Yoplait Greek 100 yogurt is will have you licking the spoons

OH….the end of summer is just upon us and New York Fashion week is in full swing.  I don’t know about you, but I’m not going to let all my hard exercise and eating the right things go to waste.  That’s why I’m so thrilled to have found a new thick and creamy Greek yogurt that makes me smile.  Yolpalt has introduced an 100-calorie strained Greek yogurt that delivers 100 percent of the rich, creamy taste of Greek yogurt in six delightful flavors.

“Greek yogurt has everything people are looking for in a snack, but sometimes, the calories can add up for those watching their intake,” says Liza Dopp, Yoplait Greek 100 marketing manager. “We’ve heard from calorie conscious consumers that there is a need for Greek yogurt with less than 150 calories, and we’re thrilled that Yoplait Greek 100 can answer that call.”

If you’re like me and watching your waistline and if you are planning your wedding and are using a program like Weight Watchers, you’ll be thrilled to know that Yoplait Greek 100 is the only Greek yogurt endorsed by Weight Watchers® with a PointsPlus® value of 2 per serving.*

Available in six delicious flavors including Strawberry, Black Cherry, Mixed Berry, Vanilla, Peach and Key Lime it has zero fat, two times the protein of regular yogurt and is a great source of calcium and vitamin D.

Yoplait Greek 100 will be available nationwide now for a suggested retail price of $1.29 per single serve cup. For more information on Yoplait® Greek 100 visit www.YoplaitGreek.com.

*WEIGHT WATCHERS for services and PointsPlus are the registered trademarks of Weight Watchers International, Inc., and are used with permission by General Mills.

**Yoplait Greek 100 contains 10g of protein per 5.3 oz. versus regular non-Greek yogurt contains 5g of protein per 5.3 oz.



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