1. Trimona Yogurt
2. Murelli Bulgarian Yogurt
3. Chorbani The founder of the company is Turkish, but yes, it is actually Bulgarian yogurt because it contains live and active cultures of S. Thermophilus, L. Bulgaricus, L. Acidophilus, Bifidus And L. Casei.. The word Chorbani means shepherds in Turkish and has been adopted into the Bulgarian language.
THE STORY of TRIMONA YOGURT
“Yogurt has been a staple of health and longevity in Bulgaria for centuries. Our yogurt was created using carefully selected live cultures from dairy farms in Bulgaria’s pristine mountains to create an incredibly healthy, delicious and authentic Bulgarian style yogurt. Naturally, we don’t add sugar or flavors because yogurt is most nutritious in its pure form.”
Trimona Yogurt RECIPES:
Chorbani Yogurt RECIPES:
THE STORY OF CHOBANI
“After moving to New York from his native Turkey, Hamdi found that in America, yogurt just wasn’t as delicious and widely available as it was back home. He believed everyone deserved better options, so he set about making delicious, nutritious, natural and accessible Greek yogurt right here in the U.S. The rest, as they say, is history.”
The Bulgarian for yogurt is sour milk or “Kiselo Mliako”.