Yogurtland Kicks Off Summer with New and Nostalgic Refreshing Flavors

Not that cold weather puts much of a strain on our fro-yo consumption (we are a tad addicted after all) but the frozen treat is just that much sweeter in the hot summer months, especially when it's flavored after an old-fashioned root beer float, a frozen orange-cream pop or the cool refreshing taste of hibiscus and passion fruit. Yogurtland is now offering these three (non-fat) flavors - Orangesicle Frozen Yogurt, Root Beer Float Frozen Yogurt and Hibiscus Passion Fruit Sorbet - for a limited time only.

Yogurtland’s new Hibiscus Passion Fruit Sorbet is a non-fat, dairy-free take on a popular and refreshing drink and contains real hibiscus and passion fruit for a fresh tropical taste.

Orangesicle is Yogurtland’s version of the classic treat that combines tangy orange sorbet with creamy vanilla yogurt.

Yogurtland’s Root Beer Float flavor blends old-fashioned root beer with creamy vanilla yogurt for a nostalgic taste.

“These cool and refreshing flavors remind us of the carefree days of our childhoods, and bring an emotional connection to Yogurtland’s variety of refreshing and delicious frozen yogurt flavors,” said Charlotte Lucich, director of marketing at Yogurtland. “Our tropical Hibiscus Passion Fruit Sorbet and the nostalgic tastes of our Root Beer Float and Orangesicle are the perfect way to kick off the summer.”

Since the opening of the first location in 2006, Yogurtland has been known for its smooth and creamy yogurt that combines authentic flavors for a delicious taste that’s also good for you. Naturally occurring calcium and vitamin D make Yogurtland yogurt a healthful, refreshing treat. Fruit flavors are also fortified with vitamin C. All of Yogurtland’s frozen yogurt flavors meet the National Yogurt Association criteria for “live and active culture frozen yogurt” and are produced in a kosher-certified facility. Yogurtland features non- and low-fat yogurt flavors as well as dairy-free and no-sugar-added choices.

For more information please visit Yogurtland.

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