Nanci's Frozen Yogurt announced its full line of probiotic frozen yogurt mixes, which contain PowerPro Active Cultures. PowerPro Active Cultures deliver more live cells than other frozen yogurt probiotics.
Online PR News – 13-November-2013 – Phoenix, Ariz. – Nanci’s Frozen Yogurt announced its new line of branded probiotic frozen yogurt mix with PowerPro Active Cultures. As an industry leader in providing shelf-stable, powder frozen yogurt mixes, Nanci’s has set a new standard for premium frozen yogurt, with superior taste, texture, flavor, and health benefits.
PowerPro Active Cultures uses micro-encapsulated probiotics, which keep the cultures active and protected in the dry form and in extreme heat. Unlike most probiotics that die at room temperature, PowerPro Active Cultures can be stored at room temperature for more than a year and still deliver the powerful probiotic benefits to frozen yogurt consumers.
Studies have shown that PowerPro Active Cultures deliver more live cells than other probiotic cultures on the market. PowerPro Active Cultures has a higher survival rate through the body’s intestines compared to most other live yogurt cultures.
“Our goal is to provide frozen yogurt store operators with products that are easy to use, taste great, and delivery real health benefits,” said Nanci’s CEO John Wudel. “PowerPro Active Cultures is a critical piece in achieving that goal. As an example, the intestinal tract contains 70% of the body’s immune system, which is why probiotics like PowerPro Active Cultures are so important for good health.”
About Nanci’s Frozen Yogurt
WUDEL INC. d.b.a. Nanci’s Frozen Yogurt is a manufacturer and international wholesaler of soft-serve mixes including Frozen Yogurt, Fruit Freezer Sorbet, Non-Dairy Soft Serve, No Sugar Added mixes, Smoothie base mix, Granita mixes and more than 100 flavors. Based in the western United States, the family owned company has been in business since 1979, when the first line of healthy dessert products entered the market. For more information, please visit http://www.nancis.com/