Almond Dream Brand Extends Line to Include Almond Non-Dairy Yogurt

16 Feb 2012 --- "We are very excited about the new additions to the Almond Dream brand. Customer feedback from in-store demos is incredibly positive and consumers are delighted by the rich and creamy taste and texture and the fact that it is a non-dairy yogurt," said Basel Nassar, Chief Operating Officer of the Hain Refrigerated Foods Division. Available in four delicious flavors: plain, vanilla, strawberry and mixed berry; this is a perfect yogurt for those with dairy intolerances or looking to cut down on dairy intake.

Feb 16 2012 --- Almond Dream brand extends its product line to include Almond Dream almond non-dairy yogurt. Natural and made from real almonds, the four delicious flavors are high in calcium and a good source of fiber, low-fat and contain live and active cultures. 
 
"We are very excited about the new additions to the Almond Dream brand. Customer feedback from in-store demos is incredibly positive and consumers are delighted by the rich and creamy taste and texture and the fact that it is a non-dairy yogurt," said Basel Nassar, Chief Operating Officer of the Hain Refrigerated Foods Division. Available in four delicious flavors: plain, vanilla, strawberry and mixed berry; this is a perfect yogurt for those with dairy intolerances or looking to cut down on dairy intake.
 
Almond Dream is a brand of The Hain Celestial Group, Inc., a leading natural and organic products company in North American and Europe providing consumers with A Healthy Way of Life.
 
Look for Almond Dream almond non-dairy yogurt in grocers' refrigerated sections nationwide and at retailers including Central Market, Fairway, Raley's and many more.

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