On shelf: Danone launches low-sugar yoghurt to Australian market
With the increasing demand for low-sugar options without artificial flavours, preservatives or colours, Danone has introduced a low-sugar yoghurt called Two Good to the Australian market.
The range has been developed using a special product process to remove sugar from milk. This process leaves each yoghurt cup with only 2 grams of naturally occurring sugar, which is claimed to be 70% less sugar than the average yoghurt.
With 0 g added sugar, 0 g artificial sweeteners, 0 g preservatives, 2 g of total natural sugar and fat, and 11 g of protein, each yoghurt cup is around 75–76 calories, depending on the flavour.
Danone’s Head of Marketing and Research & Innovation, Blanca Carbonell, said, “Millennials and Gen-Z are moving towards a simple balanced approach to food over fad diets, seeking nutritious foods that benefit their wellbeing. Our aim is to empower consumers to sustain a balanced simple lifestyle without having to compromise on taste. Thanks to our new innovative milk processing, we are bringing to consumers a unique yoghurt with low sugar, no nasties and still delivering on great taste.”
Now available from Coles supermarkets, the yoghurt’s flavour range includes: Mixed Berry, Vanilla, Salted Caramel, Mango, Peach and Cherry.
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