Energy boost from natural milk

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The Academy of Dairy Sciences plant has launched a new lineup of sugar-free yoghurts.

Specially for health-conscious people pursuing an active lifestyle, a new sugar-free yoghurt Fitness Line has been designed. The natural fruit sweetness ensures the subtle taste of these products.

‘As you know, sugar, especially in big amounts, brings in not only sweet taste, but also some health problems’, notes Andrey Pronin, Director of Academy of Dairy Sciences Plant. ‘The Fitness Line has been developed specially for people who strive to minimise sugar consumption in their diet. The good balance of protein and carbohydrates in these yoghurts boosts physiological functions and improves metabolism, which makes the yoghurts both delicious and healthy.’

Consumers have already formed an opinion of the new product range.

‘I have been buying the new Fitness Line peach yoghurt for the past three weeks’, shares Vera Dolmatova, a housewife. ‘I love its natural flavour. There is no excessive sweetness, which usually overwhelms the flavour of natural components. Besides, after one week of regular consumption of this yoghurt I even started feeling more vivacious.’

The Fitness Line fruit yoghurt contains normalised cow milk supplied by EkoNiva’s dairy farms, yoghurt starter and natural fruit. The four types of yoghurt have pieces of cherries, peaches, strawberries, blueberries and raspberries. One hundred grammes of the new product contains 2.5 g of fat, 2.8 g of protein and 9.6 g of carbohydrates. The fruit-free ‘Traditional’ yoghurt contains normalised milk and yoghurt starter only. One hundred grammes of the product contains 2.5 g of fat, 3.2 g of protein and 4.7 g of carbohydrates.

Every week, three tonnes of sugar-free natural yoghurt come off the Academy of Dairy Sciences’ processing line. Have you tried them yet?