Moo Cow Yogurt Factory Visit
How are you today? Hope everything goes well at your end. Today I would to share my experience visiting Moo Cow Yoghurt Factory. Yabeda beduuuuuuuu…. Have you heard of Moo Cow? I bet you did. Moo Cow is actually a yummy and healthy frozen yogurt brand. When I mentioned healthy, what I really mean was the yogurt contained 18 billion live cultured bacterium, known as L. Acidophilus. If you are wondering, the bacterium helps to improve digestion, prevents and treats diarrhoea, reduces the overgrowth of pathogens in digestive tract, relieves irritable bowel syndrome, Chron’s disease and gut dysbiosis, as well as increasing your immune system. So, you could enjoy yummy dessert that is good for your body.
Guess what, Moo Cow is actually a Malaysian product and was founded in year 2011, within just few years it have successfully melt the hearts of many yogurt lovers. Up to now, Cow have 16 outlets all around Malaysia, from Klang Valley to Penang and even have an outlet at Sabah. I personally believe that more to come, considering the growth rate. Hope there will be more and more outlets so that many people could be able to enjoy this yummy goodness. You can check out, the nearest outlet to you just by checking their website.
Anyway, lets get back to my experience visiting their factory. Thanks to Butterfly Project, 10 butterflies get the chance to have a close encounter and learn more about the process of making Moo Cow yogurt. I am very excited trough out the whole session, as it is not everyday you get the chance to see how it is made right infront of your eyes. This trip reminded me of a school trip!
All of us gathered at one of Moo Cow outlets at Publika that morning. Like all the other outlets, I love how cute and funky their shop is. So colourful and fun. As we arrived, we do what bloggers do best. We SNAP pictures and camwhore!! hahahaha… We were also given with a welcome drink. It is the yogurt drink by Moo Cow. It like the taste of the drinks, as it is not too sweet and healthy way to start our day. Right after that, we were chauffeured by van to the factory. I felt like a school kids once again
As we arrived, we were greeted by Mamalia (one of the Moo Cow’s mascot). Super cute!! Everyone looks so happy with the presence of Mamalia.Once again, picture time.. We get to hug and take lots of pictures. Then, we get to visit Moo Cow’s HQ office. As I step in, I am amazed by the super cute interior design of the place. It brings out such a fun, friendly and happy mood. I am like,”What so cute their office? can I work here tooo?”
We were then introduced to the man behind this brand which is Cliford. Cliford greet us and explain to us more about yogurt. I found that the session is quite beneficial as I learn great amount of info about yogurt. Do you know that the word yogurt comes from Turkey and refers to a tart, thick milk. Yogurt does not have one single origin, however. It can be found in nearly every culture that kept animals for milk. It was likely discovered in similar ways in each region. When fresh milk is left in a container with friendly bacteria, the milk thickens and develops a delicious sour taste. The lactic acid produced by the fermentation also acts as a preservative, helping the cultured milk stay pleasant longer. For nutrition facts for Moo Cow’s yogurt, you can also refer the the diagram below :
Right after the informative session, we get to go to witness the process. Ya…. so syiok! Cliford did the demo and invited 2 butterflies, Innanie and Swee San to try it as well. Cliford explained the process thoroughly and informed us that we can also try to make it at home. Tips : Make sure you sterilize your utensil properly and do remember to avoid stirring.
It was such a fun and informative day! I also did a simple video of the session, you get to see the amount of fun we had on that day Feel free to check it out below :
Thank you for spending time to read my blogpost, hope you have an awesome week ahead! For more info about Moo Cow’s brand, product and outlet location check out the links