USA 18.01.2024

Sweetkiwi and Broadus Foods Launch Innovative Frozen Greek Yogurt Bars

Source: The DairyNews
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Sweetkiwi has teamed up with Broadus Foods to introduce a new line of Frozen Greek Yogurt bars, inspired by the beloved Snoop Cereal varieties. This collaboration brings three exciting flavors to the market:
Sweetkiwi and Broadus Foods Launch Innovative Frozen Greek Yogurt Bars
Graham Honeyz: A rich Greek yogurt base infused with honey and the delightful flavors of graham cereal, offering a perfect blend of creamy texture and crunchy mix-ins.

Cinnamon Toasteez Crunch: Brown butter-flavored Greek yogurt combined with the warm, spicy notes of cinnamon crunch, capturing the essence of cinnamon toast cereal in a creamy and crispy experience.

Fruity Hoops: A lively fusion of mixed fruit flavors paired with the sweetness of marshmallows, creating a vibrant and enjoyable frozen treat that is both fruity and indulgent.

Calvin "Snoop Dogg" Broadus of Broadus Foods expressed, "Partnering with Sweetkiwi is about bringing innovative and delightful experiences to our customers. These Frozen Greek Yogurt Bars embody the spirit of Snoop Cereal – fun, flavorful, and full of unexpected goodness."

Percy "Master P" Miller, CEO of Broadus Foods, emphasized that this collaboration goes beyond a business venture, serving as a platform to inspire and empower. He expressed pride in joining forces with Sweetkiwi, highlighting their shared vision for quality and positive community impact.

Ehime Eigbe, Founder and CEO of Sweetkiwi, shared her enthusiasm about the collaboration, stating, "Working with Broadus Foods has been a remarkable journey. These Frozen Greek Yogurt Bars represent a fusion of flavors and a symbol of our shared values in offering our customers healthier, innovative food choices."
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