Responding to demand for options with less sugar, Danone North America, a maker of yogurt in the US, launched Two Good™ Greek Lowfat Yogurt. This product offers a creamy taste with 2g of total sugar, 3g of carbs, 12g of protein and 80 calories per 5.3-ounce cup.
The Two Good recipe came to life when yogurt makers at Danone North America discovered a novel slow-straining process, which is now patent-pending. Slow-straining allows the company's yogurt makers to remove most of the sugar from the milk before the yogurt is made. Each cup is slow-strained down to 2g of total sugar. The result is a thick, creamy Greek yogurt that is rich in protein with 85% less sugar than average yogurts.