About Our Yogurt
CherryBerry Self-Serve Frozen Yogurt offers over 50 premium rotating healthy and fat-free frozen yogurt flavors and over 100 toppings. The beauty behind CherryBerry is that customers have complete control. Upon entering, they simply grab a cup and start mixing. They can then visit the topping bar to add any or all of the toppings leaving nothing to be desired. Toppings range from granola, cereals and fresh fruits, to all kinds of candies, sprinkles, and even specialty items such as a variety of nuts. After customers have filled their cups, they weigh their creation on a scale and pay for it by the ounce. At CherryBerry, the possibilities are endless. Simply swirl it, top it, weigh it, pay for it. CherryBerry gives the fun to people by allowing them to create their own frozen yogurt.
Frozen Yogurt… It's all about Live Active Cultures! We take pride in serving yogurt containing approximately 10 times the amount of live and active cultures recommended by the National Yogurt Association (NYA). In addition to the required cultures, which are, L. bulgaricus and S. thermophilus, we also have added a third strain, L. acidophilus. It is believed that this third culture helps to reduce cholesterol. All this attention to quality ensures that you receive the healthy benefits of the living yogurt cultures in a creamy delicious frozen dessert.
What is Frozen Yogurt?
Yogurt is a cultured milk product, made by adding "good" bacteria to milk. These "friendly" cultures, L. bulgaricus and S. thermophilus, are what give yogurt its special properties. Similar to the making of beer or cheese, special organisms ferment and transform the milk sugar (lactose) into lactic acid, creating the distinctive flavor of yogurt. This process has been around for at least 4,000 years.
Benefits of Frozen Yogurt
Many people eat yogurt for its health benefits, because yogurt is more than a delicious, nutritious food. The cultures in yogurt must be present in the intestinal tract of the human body to ensure proper balance needed for digestion and good health. Yogurt with live, active cultures can: • Help to overcome lactose intolerance • Aid digestion of milk protein • Help prevent and combat digestive tract infections • Helps in Reducing cholesterol •
In addition, yogurt is a good source of… • Protein • Calcium • Potassium • Vitamins B12 and Riboflavin