One of my favorite snacks as a child was individual yogurt cups with fruit on the bottom. Simple and delicious, but I haven’t been able to find this treat as an adult – until now! Activia now offers it’s good for you yogurt in a French Style with fruit on the bottom! So, I was excited to have been asked to try it out!
I always try to start the day for myself and my children out with a healthy breakfast. I steer away from sugary cereals and frosted pastries, and go for energy packed foods and yogurt is always on our menu several times a week. Activia is a great choice because it helps to naturally regulate your digestive tract with probiotic, Bifidus Regularis, if eaten on a regular basis for 2 weeks. That’s a plus in my book!
The new Dannon Activia French Fruit on the Bottom was a hit in my house! Spooning into the creamy top layer to find the fruit treasure on the bottom was wonderful! Smooth, creamy and full of flavor – this yogurt is sure to be a regular in my fridge from now on!
In support of Dannon’s ongoing commitment to health and wellness, the company is going pink in support of national breast cancer awareness month. Dannon will donate at least 10 cents for each under-the-lid code entered at www.cupsofhope.com before 12/31/11 – up to $1.5 million – to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc.® (NBCF). Dannon is committed to a $500,000 guaranteed donation to NCBF, including retailer-specific programs.
Each specially marked package of Dannon yogurt contains an under-the-lid code. Participating in Give Hope With Every Cup is as easy as entering the code from the lid at www.cupsofhope.com.
You can now purchase at grocery stores across the country specially marked Activia®, Light & Fit®, Dannon® Oikos® and Dannon® Brand products.
*I wrote this review while participating in a campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Dannon Activia Selects Yogurt Series and received a coupon to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate. However, my opinions are entirely my own and I have not been paid to publish positive comments.