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The Collective and Sachie Nomura join forces to support Fertility NZ

October 13, 2020

Owner of the prestigious Sachie’s Kitchen and one of New Zealand’s most experienced Asian cuisine Chefs, Sachie Nomura, has joined forces with The Collective to create a gourmet probiotic yoghurt, with proceeds going to her chosen charity, Fertility NZ!

Sachie’s new Vietnamese Coffee creation is inspired by her love of Asian flavours, bringing together the decadent flavours of authentic, sweet Vietnamese Coffee* with thick and creamy probiotic yoghurt.  The launch of this new limited yoghurt comes as part of The Collective’s ‘Chefs for Good’ series; an initiative that collaborates with leading Kiwi chefs.

“Fertility NZ is a charity that is very close to my heart as my husband and I have struggled with infertility. Through their support and advice, we were able to start a family and for that we will always be incredibly grateful.  It is hugely meaningful to me that we have this opportunity to give back to Fertility NZ through my passion for food creation.  Now other Kiwis can also support the important work done by this charity simply by enjoying my Vietnamese Coffee yoghurt by The Collective,” says Sachie. 

Look for Vietnamese Coffee yoghurt in the yoghurt section at New World, Pak’nSave and Countdown. 

 

*There is 3mg of caffeine per 100g serve of The Collective’s Vietnamese Coffee yoghurt, compared to a single espresso or espresso-based drink, which contains 60-80mg.

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