Hellus yoghurt is perfect for everyday use – also ideal with muesli or stand-alone snack. It belongs to “Hellus” group and includes probiotic bacteria Lactobacillus fermentum ME-3, which helps to support your digestion system and fight with harmful bacteria and viruses. Available different flavours: unflavoured; blackcurrant – vanilla; cherry-vanilla; blueberry-banana; vanilla-rhubarb; raspberry-pomegranate; orange-sea buckthorn; strawberry; berry; raspberry; wild berry; apple-cinnamon; cherry-plum; tropical fruits.
Ingredients: MILK, sugar, rhubarb 2.2%, thickener (modified starch, gelatin, locust bean gum), OAT flakes 0.6%, flavouring, acidity regulator (sodium citrate), starter culture [contains in addition to yoghurt cultures also Lactobacillus fermentum ME-3 (added on the basis of a licence from the University of Tartu)].
100 g of product contains in average:
- energy value 91 kcal
- fat, of which 2,5 g
- — saturates 1,30 g
- carbohydrate, of which 14 g
- — sugars 13 g
- proteins 3,0 g
- salt 0,09 g
One portion (200 g) contains:
- energy value 765 kJ / 182 kcal 9%
- fat, of which 5,0 g 7%
- — saturates 2,7 g 13%
- sugars 26 g 28%
- salt 0,18 g 3%
No of portions per package: 2.
* Reference intake of an avarage adult (8400 kJ / 2000 kcal)
Protecting the environment is important now, but it will become more important for the future generations. We behave responsibly towards our clients, consumers as well as the environment. That is why we consider the proportion of green energy used in our production to be increasingly important. 30% of the energy used for the production of Tere products comes from renewable energy sources. Our partner in electricity market is Elektrum.
- Transport boxes
We have significantly reduced the amount of carton boxes as transport units for our products. For the transport of this product we use a re-usable plastic case.
We work daily towards more efficent logistics solutions, be it either in collection of raw milk or transport of finished goods. Tere does not transport goods which trasport costs make up more more than 10% of cost of the goods.