Bavarian yogurt debuts in US dairy cases

Bavarian yogurt debuts in US dairy cases

Bavaria's leading yogurt brand Ehrmann launches five all-natural, low-fat varieties on the East Coast.


Yogurt lovers with discerning palates delight. Europe's famous Bavarian yogurt maker is in America's dairy cases for the first time ever. Ehrmann® USA, LLC now offers five full-bodied varieties of its All Natural Lowfat Bavarian Yogurt, available in supermarkets throughout the New England and Upstate New York areas. Ehrmann, one of Bavaria's leading yogurts, now made fresh in Brattleboro, Vt., uses beloved family recipes paired with state-of-the-art manufacturing technology to deliver one of the creamiest and purest lowfat yogurts available in America today.

Packaged in 5.3 ounce cups that feature a dual-chamber to allow for a custom blend of creamy yogurt and real fruit, each variety contains 150 calories or less and packs 7 grams of protein per serving with only 1.5 grams of total fat. Ehrmann Bavarian Lowfat Yogurt uses only all natural ingredients, including pure, fresh Vermont and Upstate New York milk and delicious, chunky fruit preparations. It is free of artificial preservatives, additives, colors or sweeteners and is available in the following flavors:

  • Blackberry-Pomegranate
  • Blueberry
  • Cherry
  • Peach
  • Strawberry

Ehrmann All Natural Bavarian Lowfat Yogurt is currently sold in more than 160 Hannaford stores and more than 120 Price Chopper locations throughout Maine, Mass., N.H., Upstate New York and Vt. In the coming weeks, it will be available in several other leading retail stores including Shaw's, Tops and others. For a detailed listing of store locations, visit Ehrmann's online store locator:

"We are very pleased to now produce delicious Ehrmann Yogurts fresh in Vermont and are excited to bring Bavaria's Finest Yogurt™ to consumers in the United States," said Harald Bellm, President and CEO of Ehrmann USA, LLC. "All natural, fresh and extremely creamy—we believe Americans will really enjoy it."

For more than three generations, the Ehrmann family has worked to perfect their yogurt-making techniques and old-world recipes to deliver some of Europe's most celebrated yogurt product. America's affinity and fascination with European-styled yogurt has carved a new segment in the marketplace. Bavarian lowfat yogurt is unlike any other in the world. It's indulgent, creamy and rich. It's a good source of Vitamins A & D and high in taste, but not in calories or fat.

The basic recipe for the perfect quality of each Ehrmann product consists of four key elements: the best ingredients, old-world craftsmanship, modern processing and seamless quality control. An innovative fresh aseptic manufacturing process and only all natural ingredients contribute to the extraordinary fresh and creamy yogurt experience. Plus, as part of its commitment to its worldwide community, Ehrmann supports its farmers and employees. A portion of net profits from the sale of these products are donated to the dairy farmers.

About Ehrmann:

The Ehrmann family learned the craft of yogurt-making in Oberschonegg im Allgau, Germany, in 1929. In lush Bavarian valleys surrounded by the majestic Alps, the family refined the art of generating the creamy essence of the very best of fresh, pure milk. Over the years, the Ehrmann family developed techniques and perfected old-world recipes—creating scrumptious tastes and smooth, spoonable textures unlike any other. The Ehrmann's maintain their commitment to the old-world techniques and all natural ingredients that make Bavarian yogurt a world's favorite. The family dairy has remained true to this philosophy, so its dairy products are still produced successfully and marketed "by the family for the family." Continuing to expand its position worldwide, Ehrmann is among the leading dairies in Europe. The company remains an independent family enterprise that stands for quality, sustainability and tradition. For more information about Ehrmann All Natural Bavarian Lowfat Yogurt, visit


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