Yoghurt

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Plant power: Could hybrid dairy offer the best of both worlds?

By Teodora Lyubomirova

A study that compared the nutritional properties of dairy and plant-based yogurts sold in the US has found that almond- and oat-based alternatives were ‘similar or better’ than dairy yogurts - but there's room for innovation in bridging the nutritional...

Chobani Smooth hits stores this month (MSRP $1.79 for a 2-pack) and is available in peach, strawberry, vanilla, blueberry, and black cherry flavors

COO: 'We’re in a stable financial position both from an operating point of view and a capital point of view'

Chobani moves beyond Greek with Smooth launch: 'We're a yogurt company, not a Greek yogurt company'

By Elaine Watson

Chobani – which disrupted the US dairy category a decade ago with its Greek yogurt – is now aiming to do the same in the non-Greek segment with the launch of Chobani Smooth, a low fat, mild-tasting blended fruit yogurt with twice the protein, 25% less...

Muller Quaker Dairy JV ends, $206m Batavia yogurt plant shuts

Muller Quaker Dairy JV ends in disappointment, but what went wrong?

By Elaine Watson

Just two and a half years after opening a $206m, 350,000 sq ft factory in Batavia, New York, PepsiCo and German dairy giant Theo Müller Group have agreed to count their losses and exit their joint venture (Muller Quaker Dairy). The plant has been sold...

Yogurt industry must move beyond Greek to continue growing

Yogurt industry must move beyond Greek to continue growing

By Elizabeth Crawford

As U.S. sales growth of yogurt slows, marketers need to shift their focus to potential category drivers beyond protein-dense Greek yogurt, such as new consumer segments and packaging innovation, according to market analysis from Packaged Facts. 

Chobani rapped over knuckles by NAD over ‘Farmland’ Greek yogurt ads

Chobani rapped over knuckles by NAD over ‘Farmland’ Greek yogurt ads

By Elaine Watson

Chobani has been rapped over the knuckles by ad watchdog the National Advertising Division (NAD*) of the Council of Better Business Bureaus over its ‘Farmland’ ad, which implied that its Simply 100 Greek yogurts came straight from the farm, while competing...

Noosa co-founder: Greek yogurt isn’t the only game in town

Noosa co-founder: Greek yogurt isn’t the only game in town

By Elaine Watson

While Chobani, Dannon and Yoplait have been battling for supremacy in the US yogurt market (and at halftime at the Super Bowl), another equally ambitious player has recently emerged from the leftfield and served as a reminder that Greek isn’t the only...

Dannon: There's almost nowhere Greek yogurt can't go

Pulling back the lid on the Greek yogurt trend

Dannon: There's almost nowhere Greek yogurt can't go

By Maggie Hennessy

Greek yogurt has long been edging its way beyond the refrigerated aisles and into everything from coated snacks to bars, to baking chips and frozen yogurt. With that, the competitive landscape has grown increasingly crowded, with big names including Chobani,...

Dannon took two years to win 25% Danimals Smoothies sugar cut

MINTEL PREDICTS STRONG US GROWTH FOR HEALTHY KIDS YOGURT DRINKS

Dannon took two years to win 25% Danimals Smoothies sugar cut

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Dairy giant Dannon (Danone) says it spent two years reformulating its Danimals Smoothies for kids in the US to achieve a 25% sugar reduction, as Mintel predicts strong growth for kid-friendly yogurt drinks with health and wellness benefits in the country...

Ohio governor John Kasich checks out the facilities at Minster

Dannon to pump almost $90m into Ohio yogurt plant

By Elaine Watson

Almost $89m will be pumped into Dannon’s Minster yogurt plant in Ohio over the next three years as parent company Danone attempts to step up a gear and drive US yogurt sales beyond the 10 percent annual growth it has notched up over the past seven or...

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