Danone Murray Goulburn launches YoPRO

YoProDanone Murray Goulburn has released an Australian high protein yoghurt innovation, YoPRO.

The new yoghurt product contains 15g of protein, has no added sugar, no artificial sweeteners and less than 0.5% fat.

“YoPRO is targeting millennials with an active lifestyle, who do not really engage with the yoghurt category
today, often too sweet and not filling enough,’’ said Francois Rillet, general manager of Danone Murray Goulburn Australia.

‘’YoPRO has a great potential in Australia, with really unique macronutrients – 15g protein, no added sugar, no artificial sweeteners and less than 0.5% fat.”

Packed with high protein to power an active lifestyle, its high protein content and low glycemic index make YoPRO the perfect snack for people who need the momentum to keep going. Made in Kiewa Valley, Victoria with milk from Australian farmers, YoPRO uses a traditional training process to make a naturally thick and creamy yoghurt with over three times the protein of regular yoghurts.

More than three cups of fresh milk are strained to make just one cup of YoPRO, making the most of the goodness of natural milk proteins. Instead of sugar, it uses the natural sweetness of fruit and stevia to create a deliciously healthy tub of yoghurt.

Comments

5 comments

  1. Margaret Wong posted on October 4, 2017

    What is the calcium level per 100gm in this new high protein yoghurt? Seniors also need calcium to maintain our bone density. reply

  2. Pamela Andrews posted on December 5, 2017

    Great taste..flavours are great and not too sweet...do you supply in bigger qty other than 15g size.. reply

  3. Debbie posted on February 9, 2018

    Is this yogurt Gluten Free? reply

  4. Jane posted on March 11, 2018

    Yes, big containers needed reply

  5. Jo posted on July 12, 2018

    I have been waiting for the lemon to come to launceston is there a chance I can order direct from factory reply

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