Dannon’s Creamy yogurt highlights cow-to-cup story
The Dannon Co., White Plains, N.Y., and McCarty Family Farms of western Kansas collaborated to create Dannon Creamy low-fat yogurt, and it’s now available at Sam’s Club locations nationwide.
From cow-to-cup, Dannon Creamy is made with milk from McCarty Family Farms and is processed at Dannon's plant in Fort Worth, Texas. This fact is highlighted on the new packaging for Sam’s Club, which displays that it’s made from milk from McCarty Farms, reinforcing its cow-to-cup story.
According to Rita Seckington, vice president of freezer/cooler merchandise at Sam's Club, millions of members voice their desire to know where their food comes from. "We are proud to showcase Dannon Creamy at Sam's Club," stated Seckington. "The cow-to-cup story demonstrates Dannon's commitment to their customers and reinforces our mission at Sam's Club to be the club of the communities we serve."
The yogurt is available in three flavors — blueberry, strawberry and peach. Each 6-ounce serving contains 4 grams of protein and 100 calories. Dannon Creamy yogurt is available at Sam’s Club in packages of 18, 6-ounce cups.
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