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Good For You Yogurt

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What’s creamy, delicious, versatile and Good For You? It’s Yogurt! Whether you’re enjoying it on its own or making these mouth-watering recipes — yogurt made from nutrient-rich dairy is a tasty treat.

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What’s creamy, delicious, versatile and Good For You? It’s Yogurt! Whether you’re enjoying it on its own or making these mouth-watering recipes — yogurt made from nutrient-rich dairy is a tasty treat.

Lemon-Berry Yogurt Pops

Back to School, Good For You, Health & Wellness, Kid Friendly, Produce, Snack
6H 15M
8-10

It is estimated that people have been eating yogurt for over 10,000 years! Lucky for us though, it is now offered in a wide variety of fun flavors and styles like this tasty treat for a hot summer day.

Granola FroYo Cups

Back to School, Breakfast, Good For You, Health & Wellness, Kid Friendly, Local, Snack
3H
12

Want to be big and strong? Try Greek yogurt for breakfast or a snack, like these froyo cups! It packs double the protein of its traditional counterpart.

nutrish that’s delish

One serving of yogurt contains many of the essential nutrients your body needs. From A to zinc, these vitamins and minerals help to build strong bones and teeth, develop and repair muscles, generate energy and keep your immune system working properly.

a probiotic power up

Yogurt is a probiotic food, meaning that it is proven to have health benefits when consumed in adequate amounts. In addition to improved digestion and reduced inflammation, eating yogurt has also been linked to overall heart health, lower blood pressure and a reduced risk of type 2 diabetes.

for more than mornings

Think you can only enjoy yogurt as a morning meal? Think again! While a bowl of yogurt topped with fruit and granola is always welcome at our table, this versatile ingredient can also be used to make delicious dips, soups, marinades, sauces and salad dressings. In a pinch, yogurt also makes a great swap for sour cream!

a little about lactose

Lactose intolerance may lead some individuals to avoid or reduce dairy food consumption. Fortunately, the fermenting process of yogurt helps to reduce lactose, which may make it easier to digest. Greek- and Icelandic-style yogurts have even less lactose thanks to their unique straining process.

old as time

It is estimated that people have been eating yogurt for over 10,000 years! Lucky for us though, it is now offered in a wide variety of fun flavors and styles.

Want to be big and strong? Try Greek yogurt! It packs double the protein of its traditional counterpart.

parfaits 3 ways

Good For You

Look for the orange icon when shopping and have your kids pick out something new to try at home! Then, take a look at your receipt to see how many items are Good For You.

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