Live Healthy and LOVE IT with Dannon® Oikos®** Greek Nonfat Yogurt!

 

I’m a Dannon Brand Ambassador for Blogher ’12 and couldn’t be more excited! When Dannon contacted me to work with them during Blogher I was thrilled. I’ve been eating Dannon since I was a kid. I mean who hasn’t?

 

We all know that Greek Yogurt is AMAZING for you. I’m a big fan of Activia and was delighted to be able to try Dannon Oikos. I knew it had to be great. All their products are. I headed to the store and purchased the strawberry and the blueberry Oikos.

 

And…. YUM!!!! Who knew something that was so good for you tastes great too? Not to mention it filled me up. Make breakfast your favorite time of day with a delicious cup of Dannon® Oikos® Greek yogurt!

 

Here’s the deets on this great new line:

 

With Dannon Oikos Greek nonfat yogurt, you can live healthy and love it while cutting down on your morning crunch time. The fresh taste will wake you up your taste buds and help get you ready for whatever the day brings!

Made from an authentic Greek straining method that, Dannon Oikos is a creamy-thick (and easy!) addition to your morning routine. With twice the protein of regular lowfat yogurt* and 0% fat, all you need is a spoon to get and stay on a nutritious track, without compromising on great taste.

Check out some of the other benefits of this delicious product, as well as detailed nutritional information below!

 

·        Dannon Oikos Greek nonfat yogurt is creamy-thick, made through an authentic Greek straining process, and is an excellent source of protein. Each cup of Dannon Oikos Greek nonfat yogurt contains twice the amount of protein of other lowfat yogurts and is 0% fat.**

·        Dannon Oikos Greek nonfat yogurt contains active yogurt cultures and ranges from 80 calories (plain) to 140 calories (fruit on the bottom) per 5.3 oz cup.

·        Dannon® Oikos® Strawberry and Blueberry 0% fat yogurts beat Chobani® 2:1 in a national taste test.***

·        Dannon Oikos Greek nonfat yogurt is available nationwide in single-serve cups in many delicious flavors Plain, Vanilla and Fruit on the Bottom Blueberry, Strawberry, Peach, Black Cherry, and new flavors Pineapple and Apricot Mango. Dannon Oikos Greek nonfat yogurt is also available in 32oz containers, which are great for cooking!

 ·        Dannon Oikos Greek Traditional is a whole milk Greek yogurt blended with delicious fruit (3g of saturated fat per 5.3 oz.). It comes in three flavors: Strawberry, Raspberry and Key Lime.

·        Rich and creamy Dannon Oikos Greek nonfat yogurt can help you kick start your day on the right track as part of a balanced breakfast packed with protein6, all while not giving up great taste!

·        Live healthy and LOVE IT with Dannon Oikos Greek nonfat yogurt. Taste our new flavors: Apricot Mango and Pineapple!

 

* Oikos is a registered trademark of Stonyfield Farm, Inc. used under license by The Dannon Company, Inc.

**Contains 14% more of the DV of protein (7g) than regular lowfat yogurt

*** Dannon Oikos Blueberry and Strawberry nonfat yogurts were preferred on taste to Chobani’s Blueberry and Strawberry nonfat yogurts in a national-paired taste test.

 

Visit www.oikosyogurt.com for more information.

“Like” us on Facebook: www.Facebook.com/Oikos or Tweet @Oikos

 

I am proud to serve as Dannon’s Blog Ambassador for BlogHer and encourage you to check out their booth at the conference in NYC, August 2-4, 2012. To experience their new flavors, look for Dannon at BlogHer 2012 in NYC at booths  204, 206 and 208!

Disclaimer: I have partnered with Dannon to help promote Dannon Oikos Greek Yogurt.  I have been compensated for my time commitment to review the product.  However, my opinions are entirely my own and I have not been paid to publish positive comments.

 

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