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Jun 14, 2021

Chobani Takes Out the Sugar in Milk for New Chobani Zero Sugar

Chobani removed the sugar from milk to make new Chobani Zero Sugar, which can be found in the yogurt aisle.

According to the company, Chobani Zero Sugar is made with milk that's filtered to reduced naturally occurring sugar and then any remaining sugar is used up by yogurt cultures during fermentation. That's not to say that Chobani Zero Sugar isn't sweet--they then add natural, non-GMO sweeteners, including monk fruit and allulose.

The resultant still-dairy-but-not-technically-yogurt product comes in at 60 calories per 5.3-oz cup and is also lactose-free. Like yogurt, it provides a good source of protein (11 grams) and contains live and active cultures, including probiotics.

Chobani Zero Sugar comes in several flavors: Vanilla, Mixed Berry, Strawberry, and Blueberry. You can find it in 5.3-oz cups for a suggested price of $1.49, 4-packs of 5.3-oz cups (only Vanilla and Mixed Berry flavors) for $4.49, and 32-oz multi-serve containers (only Vanilla) for $5.49.

Photo via Chobani.