Lagrange Introduces Ligne Yogurt Maker and Yogurt to Go Cups
Lagrange, the family-owned French maker of beautifully designed kitchen electrics since 1955, will introduce the Ligne Yogurt Maker at the 2018 International Home + Housewares Show. The company will also debut its Yogurt To Go Cups in Chicago.
Designed and manufactured at the Lagrange factory in France, the Ligne Yogurt Maker will appeal to lovers of dairy products and natural food preparation. It’s programmable for up to 15 hours on a backlit, touch-sensitive screen, and it stops automatically at the end of the yogurt-making cycle. The device works with all types of milk, even including soy, almond or oat milks, so it’s ideal for anyone with dietary restrictions, and it’ll make drinking yogurts too.
Nine 6-1/2-ounce jars are included, and patented jar covers are stackable for easy storage. Available in April. The device plus nine glass jars will retail for $89.99. The device plus seven glass jars and two Yogurt to Go Cups will retail for $99.99.
Lagrange will also be showing off its new Yogurt to Go Cups at the housewares show. These containers, sold as a set of two, screw onto the Lagrange yogurt jars and hold mix-in ingredients like granola or jam. Brightly colored silicone rings hold a handy spoon for easy, on-the-go use. They’re offered in three color combinations: Lemon & celestial, grapefruit & chlorophyll and pink praline & curacao. They’ll be available in April, and a set of two will retail for $20.