100 calories, 3 g fat (2 g saturated, 0.1 g trans), 10 mg cholesterol, 50 mg sodium, 14 g carbs (0 g fibre, 13 g sugar), 3 g protein. 15% vitamin D, 10% calcium. $2.99 per 4-pack (100 g per serving).
Family says: Nicole loved the pieces of fruit in the yogurt and couldn’t believe that it was actually good for her! Carina found it “smooth like ice cream,” and Matthew said it tasted like “pudding with fruit.” Dietitian says: This yogurt has two types of probiotics that benefit your immune system. The bacteria stay active in your small intestine, where 70–85 percent of your immune system develops. In addition, there are fresh fruit and green-tea extracts added to boost the antioxidant content. The label says one billion live bacteria per 100-gram container with added vitamin D.