Greek yogurt giant Chobani has jumped on the popular plant-based wave and introduced a line of non-dairy yogurt alternative drink and cup products. It follows last month’s announcement of Chobani’s significant expansion into kids’ yogurt.
Light protection services and certification company Noluma has released new research that tackles the effects of light exposure on milk and other dairy products. Vitamin A, vitamin D and riboflavin levels in milk all begin to deplete after just two hours.
Diageo’s Bundaberg Rum has partnered with milk and dairy brand Pauls to launch three Christmas products; Pauls Bundaberg Rum Premium Rumball Custard; Pauls Bundaberg Rum Premium Vanilla Rum Custard; and Pauls Bundaberg Rum Flavoured Egg Nog.
Chobani recently announced its new line of kid-focused yogurt products, launching nationwide in the new year. It’s calling Gimmies the brand’s ‘biggest’ and ‘most significant’ launch since Chobani Flip.
Danone North America has launched Two Good, a new line of high protein, low sugar Greek yogurt from its Light & Fit brand. Each cup contains just 2g of sugar thanks to a slow-straining method that removes the sugar from milk.
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After announcing a commitment to review the labeling standards for dairy and non-dairy products over the summer, the FDA is extending its comment period by 60 days to allow more time for the public to weigh in on the issue.