Lactose-free Greek yogurt
Green Valley Creamery, Sebastopol, Calif., released what is dubbed as the first-ever lactose-free Greek yogurt to hit the U.S. market.
“Lactose-free dairy is all we do,” says Rich Martin, managing director. “We are committed to serving this community, which means we do a lot of listening to our customers. Greek yogurt was at the top of the list for most-requested new items, and we’re excited to be able to expand our offerings in this way.”
Made with simple ingredients and without the use of fillers, stabilizers or preservatives, the new lactose-free Greek yogurt is probiotic and contains up to 16 grams of protein per serving. Single-serve cup flavors include Reduced-Fat Plain, Vanilla Bean, Strawberry and Blueberry, while the multi-serve cup comes in Nonfat 0%, Reduced Fat 2%, Whole Milk 4% and Whole Milk Vanilla Bean.
Products are available at select retailers, including Safeway Denver, Fresh Thyme and New Seasons/New Leaf for a suggested retail price of $1.79 for a single-serve 5.3-ounce cup and $6.99 for a multi-serve 32-ounce cup.