Wells’ Dairy, LeMars, Iowa, introduces a line of frozen yogurt novelties touted as being a good source of fiber, as well as containing probiotics that “may help support immune and digestive health.”
There are two flavors under the Aspen and Sedona sub-brands. The Aspen bars are either strawberry low-fat frozen yogurt with a layer of strawberry fruit filling or raspberry low-fat frozen yogurt with a layer of raspberry fruit filling. Both are topped with crunchy granola crumbles covered in a vanilla yogurt coating. The bars, which weigh in at 2.4-ounces and provide 150 calories, are sold in boxes of eight. The Sedona line includes Double Chocolate Sedona Frozen Yogurt Granola Sandwiches (creamy chocolate low-fat frozen yogurt with thick swirls of fudge sandwiched between two chewy honey oat granola wafers) and Double Strawberry Sedona Frozen Yogurt Granola Sandwiches (creamy strawberry low-fat frozen yogurt with thick swirls of strawberry fruit filling sandwiched between two chewy honey oat granola wafers). The Sedona line is sold in packs of six sandwiches.
The fiber comes from a number of sources, including inulin, polydextrose and various gums, and is delivered through both the frozen yogurt and the granola.