Raglan Yoghurt lands in Aus

The bestselling coconut yoghurt range in New Zealand produced by Raglan Coconut Yoghurt company has made its way across the ditch and landed in Australia.

Probiotic, dairy-free yoghurt packed with coconut goodness, Raglan Coconut Yoghurt products are sold from the tip of New Zealnd’s North Island to the bottom on the South Island, and everywhere in-between as well as in Singapore and Rarotonga with over 500 stockists.

The coconuts are sourced from Sumatra, Indonesia where they’re grown organically, with no fertilisers, sprays or pesticides used, and sourced from local growers all around the area. With Raglan Coconut Yoghurt’s current annual production, they’re supporting 8,000 coconut trees; which capture over 2,500 tonnes of CO2 every year. The business supports the local community in many ways, and they’ve recently become Raglan’s first certified Living Wage employer.

The co-founders are passionate about helping not only their community but also the world with various projects. They have sponsored 14 bee-hives for families, planted over 2,000 trees along polluted streams, raised funds for the homeless in a CEO sleep out and have a goal to pick up 1 million pieces of rubbish off New Zealand & Australia’s beaches.

Raglan Coconut Yoghurt has a large variety of flavours, with all the favourites covered but also some innovative flavours to try like the popular Banana & Chai, Mango & Turmeric and Strawberry & Acai.

Competition is a little tougher in Australia with some established brands already in the market but Raglan Coconut Yoghurt co-founder, Latesha Randall (AKA Mrs Coconut), is confident the products will outperform any of the brands on the market here. “Everyone we speak to and taste test with knows the difference in our yoghurt. It has that true yoghurt-like texture that many coconut yoghurts are missing. We can’t wait to share our products with Australia,” she said.

Raglan Coconut Yoghurt is currently available in Harris Farm, Scoop Wholefoods, Mrs Watson’s, as well as other retail outlets.


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