SPOTTED: Noosa Frozen Yoghurt Gelato April 14, 2022October 19, 2022 Marvo Spotted on Shelves Noosa Honey Vanilla Bean Frozen Yoghurt Gelato Noosa Strawberry & Cream Frozen Yoghurt Gelato Noosa Chocolate Fudge Frozen Yoghurt Gelato Noosa Sea Salt Caramel Frozen Yoghurt Gelato Yoplait did it. So did Dannon. Now we have Noosa. Okay, Chobani. It’s your turn. (Spotted by Amanda Y at Kroger.) Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window) Related
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Dang, these look good . . . . 🙂
Yay! Very excited about these.
Is there a reason for frozen yogurt vs regular gelato if it’s not reduced calorie? I’ve had fat free sugar free frozen yogurt as it thankfully didn’t taste like yogurt. Wondering about this though. Just the brand trying to get in on frozen yogurt?
Well, frozen yogurt can have a bit of a tang to it, and lesser of a fat impression/content.
While I was very recently in Ft. Myers, for a large family vacation, all of us initially stopped at Publix, to pick up provisions for our rented house. While there, I stumbled upon Noosa Salted Caramel Yoghurt, and bought a single one. This was my first foray with the company’s products. Quite good. I’m curious, seeing this post, however, why they opted to name their frozen version “Noosa Sea Salt Caramel Frozen Yoghurt Gelato”, which is slightly different than the product name for their very-similar non-frozen version. Seems rather odd, to me, especially as someone who has been in the CPG industry my whole adult life, and have always seen that consistency is very important. (Yeah, yeah…I am very particular, like that, and notice such details. 😛 )
I finally tried the frozen yoghurt! I’ve been a long time lover of Noosa and am equally impressed by their frozen yoghurt gelato. Searched the web to see if there were any reviews of it and ended back up at this post. And in regards to your question about the variant names the answer is the fact that they use sea salt in the frozen product and just kosher salt in the salted caramel yoghurt. And as far as using one salt in one and one in the other? I’m sure that the food chemists, marketing and sales team, and the finance execs at Noosa have plenty of reasons why. 🙂
The sea salt one is absolutely delicious – 10/10.
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