SIG has applied specific filling and processing parameters that ensure a homogenous suspension of probiotic cells per pack. This ensures the safe filling of probiotics into SIG’s aseptic packaging solutions at highest quality levels, SIG claimed.
September 5, 2023
"This game changing development creates a new product category; probiotic beverages packed in aseptic carton packs and spouted pouches which are shelf-stable for prolonged storage periods without refrigeration," the companies stated.
Thick, creamy skyr packed with protein, low in sugar.
July 24, 2023
Icelandic Provisions unveiled two new multi-packs in Strawberry & Lingonberry and Vanilla Skyr available at select retailers. It takes nearly four cups of milk to make one cup of Skyr, making it thicker, and creamier than yogurt.
Protein-packed snack delivers crave-able combinations and crunchy mix-ins.
June 6, 2023
Hood introduced its Cottage Cheese Medleys, a new single-serve, flavor-packed snack that brings consumers a delicious way to enjoy cottage cheese. The medley also delivers crave-able flavor combinations and crunchy mix-ins in a convenient, protein-packed snack.
It celebrates women with a new "Fierce" brand restage featuring a revitalized look, new product innovation and more.
May 22, 2023
As part of this new look and integrated campaign, Light + Fit is releasing two new commercials that follow a fearless heroine as she flips the script on snacking by unapologetically taking what's hers and snacks without sacrifice.
Whether it is your favorite spoonable or drinkable yogurt, cottage cheese, cream cheese spread, or a sour cream-topped baked potato, we all enjoy eating cultured products. However, we often overlook their potential as ingredients in many of the foods we enjoy every day.
Consumer interest in probiotics, immune health and gut health trends upwards.
May 10, 2023
Danone North America announced the recipients of the 2022-2023 Annual Gut Microbiome, Yogurt and Probiotic Fellowship Program. Madison Adamthwaite of Harvard University and Nam Than of The University of Texas at Austin have been awarded $25,000 each to conduct research to help further the understanding of the gut microbiome, yogurt and probiotics.