|Country of origin||Belgium|
|Flavour||Banana, Chocolate, Strawberry and Vanilla.|
Yazoo is available in four flavours; banana, chocolate, strawberry and vanilla. Vanilla was introduced in 2014, as a limited edition flavour. It was announced that the Vanilla flavor and other flavours would be staying. Bottle sizes range from 200 ml, 400 ml, and one litre.
From 2016 a No Added Sugar range was introduced in Strawberry, Banana and Toffee flavours. The following year Chocolate was added to this range. In 2018 it was announced the range was to be rebranded as Yazoo Kids.
In April 2018, a limited edition Choc Mint flavour was introduced, following the results of a vote from consumers about the flavour they would most like to try as a milk drink.
In April 2019, a limited edition Choc Caramel flavour was introduced replacing the Choc Mint flavour. FrieslandCampina said that Choc Mint had generated £1 million within five months of launch and that the "target audience of 16-24-year-olds are always looking for new flavours to try."
The bottles of 2015 were designed by Steve Trotman. The smaller bottles usually have transparent straws glued to the side, in a plastic wrapper. The larger bottles feature a tearaway tag on the label for easy recycling. Yazoo is suitable for vegetarians; it is a source of calcium, protein, B2 and B12. It is low in fat and contains no artificial sweeteners, colours or preservatives.
The new line of bottles have the phrase, "Milk shaken up" on the label.
- Yazoo: milk. shaken up, FrieslandCampina
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