The readers of Dairy Foods have spoken, and two out of the top five most popular new products contain honey.
Dairy Foods readers viewed stories featuring Chobani’s new Bites and Flips the most, out of all of the new dairy products in 2013.
Chobani Greek Yogurt Bites Honey Ginger variety contains honey, low-fat yogurt, ginger and evaporated cane juice. With only 100 calories per serving, this yogurt is a good source of protein and has no artificial flavors, sweeteners or preservatives.
Chobani continued its love for honey with Honey Bee Nana Flip Greek yogurt. Clover honey, low-fat yogurt and bananas are the main ingredients in this blended yogurt. There are no artificial flavors, sweeteners or preservatives, and this brand is made with milk from cows not treated with rBST.
The editors of Dairy Foods also gave some honey-infused products love, as two out of the Top 10 Editors’ Choice picks of 2013 contain honey. Tillamook Dessert Yogurt introduced its Honey Cinnamon Crème Brulee variety, blending honey with warm, sweet cinnamon. Each serving of this product contains eight grams of protein, 2% iron and 30% calcium.
Muller’s Honeyed Apricot Greek Yogurt is a part of its new Greek “Corner” line of yogurt products, and it is made with honey and real apricots.