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Cone Kings yoghurt

The sexy dessert

Conekings2 We all love a guilt-free dessert. This is one delicious low-calorie product: artisan-made frozen yogurt in five flavours such as Wild Berries, Pineapple and Coconut and Plain Caspian Sea Yogurt.

The yogurt is 98% fat free, and low in sugar, but doesn’t sacrifice taste or texture, or healthy probiotic cultures, to be so. It also contains Caspian Sea prebiotics, which help the probiotics grow, and are associated with anticarcinogenic effects, and added dietary fibre - pure intestinal goodness. For those that don’t know, probiotics are live micro-oganisms usually found in fermented foods, and are hugely beneficial to health, kind of the ‘good’ bacteria that combats ‘bad’ bacteria.

The packaging has drawn some attention, featuring on a worldwide packaging design website, and the yogurt itself can survive up to a year at the right temperature.
Cone Kings were recently shortlisted for an NZ Food Award for this product, and are back in the laboratory fine-tuning and working on new products.

The perfect after-dinner treat for children and adults alike.

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