Food In Canada

Danone launches new yogurt with 100 per cent natural ingredients, no sugar-added

February 27, 2019  
Kristy Nudds


Danone has launched its first flavoured yogurt made with 100 per cent natural source ingredients and no added sugar or artificial sweeteners.

Available in six flavours – Blueberry, Cherry, Peach Mango, Raspberry, Plain and Vanilla – the new Danone-brand yogurt satisfies Canadians’ growing appetite for simple, healthy food. As the first naturally flavoured yogurt in Canada with no added sugar or artificial sweeteners, it is a major step in Danone’s Food Revolution, a movement aimed at nurturing the adoption of healthier and more sustainable eating and drinking habits. Drawing on the goodness of fresh milk from local dairy farmers, real fruit puree and natural flavours, as well as serving as a source of calcium, the product brings the best of what nature has to offer to the grocery aisle.

From Farms to Spoon: A Yogurt Made with 100 per cent Canadian, Traceable Milk

The launch of the new Danone-brand yogurt represents an important step towards the company’s commitment to sustainable agriculture. Thanks to a new partnership with Nutrinor Cooperative, 100 per cent of the fresh milk used in this new Danone-brand yogurt is exclusively sourced from a small network of Canadian dairy farms. The partnership allows Danone to trace its fresh milk supply, giving consumers the ultimate confidence that their yogurt comes from local producers.

The new Danone-brand yogurt is available in a convenient 4 X 100g format (Blueberry, Cherry, Peach Mango and Raspberry flavours) at grocery and big-box stores across Canada.  Plain and Vanilla flavours are exclusively available in a 650g format. 


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