Pillars Yogurt Expands Distribution Throughout the Northeast

FRAMINGHAM, Mass. — Pillars Yogurt is expanding in Hannaford Supermarkets  in Massachusetts, Vermont, New York and in the Keene and Claremont stores in New Hampshire. The drinkable Greek yogurt is a game-changer in the dairy aisle with a nutrition profile that’s hard to beat. Each serving of Pillars Yogurt contains 100 calories, 18 grams of protein, pre and probiotics, and no added sugar. The dairy in Pillars Yogurt is sourced from grass-fed cows, and the products are both kosher and non-GMO.

The Pillars Yogurt story starts in 2008. While driving to a business meeting, Eric Bonin, founder of Pillars Yogurt, reached for a spoon and spilled a cup of Greek yogurt all over himself. The spill may have ruined a pair of dress pants, but it was also the light bulb moment from which Pillars was born.

At that time, as the manager of strategic initiatives for another yogurt company, Commonwealth Dairy, Eric thought to himself, “There must be a better way.” Passionate about health and wellness, Eric set out on a mission to create a more convenient, healthier option. The result is Pillars Drinkable Greek Yogurt.

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About Pillars Yogurt

Pillars Yogurt is a drinkable Greek yogurt sourced from the best ingredients possible.  Our recipe is renowned not just for what’s in it, but also for what’s not in it.  We called our yogurt “Pillars” in honor of the pillars of good health. Pillars Yogurt is all-natural and non-GMO. Our products are naturally simple and naturally good, because we believe what’s delicious and what’s good for you should be one and the same. www.PillarsYogurt.com.