Danone has introduced its newest yoghurt, Two Good, to Australia, as it aims to meet increasing demand for low sugar options without artificial flavours, preservatives, or colours.

The company says Two Good has 70 per cent less sugar than average yoghurt due to a special product development process to remove sugar from milk. It leaves each yoghurt cup with “only two grams of naturally occurring sugar”.

“Millennials and Gen-Z are moving towards a simple balanced approach to food over fad diets, seeking nutritious foods that benefit their wellbeing,” said Danone head of marketing and research & innovation Blanca Carbonell.

“Our aim is to empower consumers to sustain a balanced simple lifestyle without having to compromise on taste. Thanks to our new innovative milk processing, we are bringing to consumers a unique yoghurt with low sugar, no nasties and still delivering on great taste.”

Two Good yoghurt cups are available in Mixed Berry, Vanilla, Salted Caramel, Mango, Peach and Cherry flavours across Coles stores nationwide.


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