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Item # 213891
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About this item

  • Only 80 calories per serving
  • 12 g of protein per serving
  • High in calcium and B vitamins
  • Fat-free Dannon Greek yogurt
  • Aspartame free
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Description

Dannon® Light and Fit® Greek Yogurt (32 oz) has the rich and creamy texture of Greek yogurt with zero fat. A single serving has only 80 calories and 12 grams protein making it easy to incorporate into a healthy, balanced diet. It's so satisfying, your taste buds won't believe it's fat-free.

What Is the Difference Between Greek Yogurt and Regular Yogurt?

Greek yogurt is strained more than regular yogurt, keeping more milk solids with less liquid whey. The end result is a richer, creamier product with a slightly stronger taste. It actually takes three times more milk to make Greek yogurt, which is why it's such a great source of protein. In fact, Dannon Light & Fit Greek Yogurt has twice the protein of regular low-fat yogurt.

Is Dannon Greek Yogurt Supposed to Be so Thick?

Yes! Because of the straining process used to make Dannon Light and Fit Greek Yogurt, it's much thicker than regular low-fat yogurts. This rich texture is so satisfying, you'll forget that what you're eating is actually fat-free.

Is Dannon Light & Fit Greek Yogurt Good for You?

Dannon Light and Fit Greek Yogurt nutrition speaks for itself. Not only is it a low-calorie, high-protein treat with zero fat, but one serving of Light and Fit Greek Yogurt is also high in B Vitamins and calcium.

How Can Light and Fit Greek Yogurt Be Part of a Healthy Diet?

This Greek Yogurt is so satisfying on its own, you might not realize how many ways you can incorporate it into your diet. Try layering it with fresh fruit and granola for a tasty parfait. Add it to your breakfast smoothie for a filling and satisfying on-the-go meal, or incorporate it into your favorite cake and cookie recipes. Dannon Greek Yogurt is for more than just breakfast time.

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