Peter McGuinness, president of Chobani, said the company is introducing Chobani Probiotic—a plant-based, fermented organic drink— and Chobani Complete, with 25g of protein to the aisles.
Chobani Probiotic drinks start with a base of whole grain oats and fruit juice and are fermented with a blend of probiotic cultures to support digestive and immune health. They are then woven together with a blend of organic fruit and herbal extracts with a light effervescence.
Chobani Probiotic drinks are available in Lemon Ginger, Pineapple Turmeric, Peach Mint, and Cherry Hibiscus tea ($3.79 per 14oz bottle).
All Chobani Probiotic beverages are plant-based, non-dairy, certified organic and are made with non-GMO ingredients. Each bottle has 80 calories with 11g of sugar, and contains billions of probiotics.
Chobani Probiotic beverages contain no sweetener ingredients, the sweetness comes from the natural process of enzymes breaking down the whole grain oats.
Chobani Complete is Chobani’s new high-protein lactose-free Greek yogurt with no added sugar.
The new 5.3oz cups are available in Blueberry, Key Lime, Vanilla, Strawberry, Mixed Berry, and Peach (SRP $1.49), while 10fl oz shakes are available in Banana Cream, Mixed Berry Vanilla, Strawberry Cream, and Vanilla (SRP $1.99). Vanilla 24oz tubs are also available (SRP $5.99).
Every Chobani Complete product has 15-25g of protein, zero grams of added sugar, is a source of fiber, is gluten-free, and lactose-free.
The products also contain probiotics as well as prebiotic fibers.
Chobani Complete is made with only Non-GMO ingredients and no artificial sweeteners, preservatives, starches, or artificial flavors.
Chobani recently launched its Greek Yogurt PB&J, with 100% of profits supporting Feeding America member food banks.
The company said it is also expanding its offerings across existing platforms, including Chobani Flip Red Velvet Cupcake, Chobani Flip Lemon Meringue Pie, Chobani Flip Banana Cream Pie, and Chobani Gimmies Super Berry Rocket.