Dreyer's Slow Churned Yogurt Blends Introduces Two New Flavors

Slow Churned technology delivers a frozen treat with less sugar and fewer calories

Since Oakland, Calif.-based- Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream Holdings Inc. launched Dreyer's Slow Churned Yogurt Blends in 2007, the frozen yogurt trend has continued to grow impressively, leading the company to introduce two new mouthwatering flavors — Peach and Berry Granola.

Dreyer's exclusive Slow Churned technology creates frozen yogurt blends containing less sugar and fewer calories than a serving of refrigerator yogurt. And not only are the frozen yogurt blends deceptively lower in sugar and calories, they also have live and active cultures that may help maintain a healthy digestive system, while providing a good source of calcium.

"Frozen yogurt is hot," says Darcy Horn, senior brand manager for Dreyer's Slow Churned. "As the only national brand of frozen yogurt, we are expanding our line to give consumers the widest choice of flavors."

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