Broomfield, Colo.- and White Plains, N.Y.-based Danone North America Away from Home says it launched its exclusive new Apple Pie parfait made with Oikos Greek nonfat yogurt in participating 7-Eleven stores across the country. Made with Oikos nonfat Greek yogurt, the 6-ounce parfait boasts 12 grams of protein. The parfait combines the protein punch of Oikos with the crunch and crave-worthy flavors of apples, cinnamon and granola with a pecan topper.
“We’re excited to partner with 7-Eleven to bring their customers a delicious snack that provides the taste and protein consumers are seeking for on-the-road food,” says Surbhi Martin, vice president, Greek and functional nutrition, Danone North America. “Together we developed the Apple Pie parfait made with Oikos nonfat Greek yogurt to meet several top trends among convenience store shoppers, including the desire for on-the-go options, nostalgic flavors and indulgent tastes.”
Whether consumers are looking to start their day off with breakfast with protein or for an indulgent snack to help get them through the afternoon, this new yogurt parfait meets the consumer needs, Danone says.
“We’re delighted to have the opportunity to partner with one of our customers’ favorite brands — Oikos and Danone North America — and dream up an exclusive product, only available at 7-Eleven stores,” said Vareesha Shariff, 7-Eleven fresh food product director. “7-Eleven customers are looking for convenience when they shop with us, so offering them a delicious, protein-packed option like the Apple Pie parfait was a no brainer. The parfait also delivers a seasonal flavor we all know and love, inspiring joy and nostalgia during the holiday season.”According to Danone North America, the parfait — offered in a majority of 7-Eleven stores nationwide — can be found in the open-air coolers and will be available through February 2022. To celebrate the arrival of this tasty treat, customers may enjoy $1 off the parfait until Jan. 4, 2022, through the 7Rewards loyalty program on the 7‑Eleven mobile app.