Dannon Greek Plain Nonfat Yogurt

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Posted by jjswbs2
Thursday, May 26, 2011 at 1:41pm filed under Dairy and Eggs
Dairy and Eggs
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Common serving units
200   grams
  8 20 0 107
1   cup
  9 22 0 120
1/2   cup
  4 11 0 60
150   grams
  6 15 0 80

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Food Comments

They are adding the name "Oikos" to this brand. Here is a link to the reasons...
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"... Also in the works is another change that will put more Stonyfield organic yogurt on grocery shelves. Were teaming up with Dannon in the Greek yogurt category to use the power of both companies to advocate for organic yogurt to be in many more stores. Our goal is to make Oikos Organic Greek yogurt available to everybody wherever they shop. While our delicious Stonyfield Oikos Organic Greek yogurt will remain the same, now Dannon will offer its consumers a non-organic Dannon Oikos Greek yogurt that uses a different recipe than ours. Stonyfield Oikos Organic Greek yogurt will still be the authentically strained, tasty organic yogurt in the flavors you love..."
August 17, 2011 at 12:07pm

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