The new products contain between 140-160 calories per bar with 4g of protein and live cultures
May 15, 2020
Yasso Frozen Greek Yogurt launched Dipped Greek Yogurt Bars. The new additions to Yasso's portfolio of better-for-you items come in four indulgent flavors: Mint Chocolate Crunch, Peanut Butter Chocolate Crunch, Sea Salt Caramel Chocolate Crunch and Vanilla Chocolate Crunch.
New smoothies are made without artificial preservatives or dyes, and are available in five varieties
November 20, 2019
The new smoothies bring Greek yogurt-based drinks, an upward trending product category, to the refrigerated produce department and address the needs of the more than 55% of US households who say high protein is an important attribute to consider when buying food.
The Gimmies line includes crunchy snacks, milkshakes, tubes and pouches
December 20, 2018
Suggested retail prices for Gimmies products include Crunch ($1.25 per 4-ounce serving), Tubes ($4.29 for a 10-pack, each 1.5-ounce serving), Milkshakes ($4.49 for a 6-pack, each 4-ounce serving) and Pouches ($4.49 for a 4-pack, each 3.5-ounce serving).
New report identifies dairy-free, plant-based yogurt as the new market disrupter replacing the now mainstream Greek yogurt trend
October 16, 2018
"With Greek yogurt having already refashioned the yogurt category, the question becomes what's the next disruptor? The longer-term answer is dairy-free yogurt," says David Sprinkle, research director for Packaged Facts. "The segment is following more familiar dairy-alternative beverage ingredient trends, especially as dairy-free yogurt moves beyond soy to feature coconut, almond, and cashew as well as more exotic variations such as pea-based yogurt."
Light & Fit Greek Nonfat Yogurt with Zero Artificial Sweeteners is an anytime snack choice that fits into a healthy lifestyle
August 8, 2017
The new additions to the Dannon Light & Fit family of products are made with the sweetness of stevia leaf extract and cane sugar rather than artificial sweeteners, providing an option for those looking to avoid artificial ingredients in their diet.
Check out the June 2020 issue of Prepared Foods, featuring our cover story on creating functional flavors with stocks, bases & sauces, consumers’ appetite for beef and other animal proteins, new dairy and dairy alternative offerings, and much more.