Danone North America has expanded its Two Good Greek yogurt range in the US with three new flavours: black cherry, coconut and plain.
Each variant has 2g of total sugar, 12g of protein and 80 calories per 5.3oz serving.
The Two Good line, which was released earlier this year, was developed with a patent-pending, slow-straining batching process that removes the sugar from the milk used to make the yogurt.
Danone said the new additions have “over 80% less sugar” than the average Greek yogurt. Other flavours in the line include vanilla, mixed berry, peach, strawberry, and blueberry.
Last week, Danone North America released Oat Yeah Oatmilk Yogurt Alternatives, which combine gluten-free oats with live and active cultures to create a “creamy, craveable yogurt”.
The vegan line is available in four flavours: vanilla, mixed berry, strawberry and mango.
In its most recent quarterly results, Danone recorded a 0.8% year-on-year sales rise to €6.13 billion. The world’s largest yogurt producer said it is still on track to achieve 3% like-for-like sales growth for the full year.
Last year, Danone revealed plans to triple the size of its plant-based business by 2025 by combining its position in the dairy industry with the high plant-based growth potential.
© FoodBev Media Ltd 2019
World Beverage Innovation Awards – ENTER NOW!
The awards celebrate excellence and innovation across the global beverage industry.
Don’t miss out on having your innovations recognised on a global scale.