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New Tillamook Creamery Collection Yogurts Adds Customization

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Tillamook County Creamery Association, the 112-year-old farmer-owned dairy co-op, is expanding its offering of high-quality snacks to now include Tillamook Creamery Collection yogurt. The new line includes six side-by-side flavor combinations served in a reusable cup – a first-of-its-kind offering for the cultured category.

“Often times, yogurts make you choose either satisfying protein or great taste, function or flavor,” said Lara Gish, senior category manager of cultured products for TCCA. “But we think you can have both. That’s why we created this satisfying dual-flavored yogurt designed to let you create your own perfect bite of deliciously creamy yogurt.”

With more than 70 percent of consumers enjoying a snack each day and 81 percent departing from traditional meal-focused eating patterns on an average day, Tillamook Creamery Collection offers a snack solution for morning, noon or night. Flavors range between 13-14 grams of protein and 9-10 grams of sugar, and have no artificial sweeteners, flavors or preservatives.

Each Creamery Collection Yogurt cup contains two side-by-side flavors that can be enjoyed one by one or swirled together. Flavor combinations include: New Tillamook Creamery Collection Yogurts Adds Customization

• Oregon strawberry paired with plain;

• Northwest raspberry paired with blackberry; 

• Oregon blueberry paired with vanilla; 

• California peach paired with plain;

• Dark cherry paired with plain; and

• Vanilla bean paired with plain.

Seventy-two percent of consumers say they are looking for convenience in snack packaging. Not only do the Creamery Collection yogurts allow for customization in every spoonful, but the unique premium package also allows for toppings to be added directly to the cup, no bowl needed. The containers even have re-sealable lids and are sturdy enough to reuse many times over.   

To help inspire creativity from the moment you open the product, TCCA partnered with real-life creators to design limited-edition foil lids across all flavors, showing consumers just how tasty life can be when you enjoy it your way, without compromise. Jillian Barthold, illustrator and studio owner (Portland, Oregon), Alisa Damaso, designer and illustrator (San Francisco, California) and Ann Chen, illustrator and muralist (Salt Lake City, Utah) are the West Coast-based artists behind this work. 

TCCA believes that you should never settle for subpar snacking moments and encourages consumers to visit Tillamook.com/Creamery-Collection for a personalized “Swirl Experience” and to sign-up to receive exclusive offers on Tillamook’s top-quality dairy products. Consumers are also invited to share their snacking experiences using #MakeaSnackPact on social media. 

Tillamook Creamery Collection is now available at select retailers in the West, including Portland, Seattle, Boise, Spokane and Denver.

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