You’re running late to work and don’t have time to eat breakfast, the most important meal of the day, before sprinting out the door. While grabbing your morning coffee at, of course, Starbucks, new Fruit on the Bottom Greek Yogurt and Greek Yogurt Parfaits catch your eye. Success!

Evolution Fresh and Dannon Greek Yogurts

Evolution Fresh and Dannon have teamed up to bring healthy, fresh Greek yogurt products to Starbucks stores near you. The three products – Evolution Fresh Smoothies, Evolution Fresh Greek Yogurt Parfaits, Inspired by Dannon and Fruit on the Bottom Greek Yogurts – are made with simple ingredients that highlight the delicious taste of fruits and vegetables, as well as thick, creamy Greek yogurt.

Evolution Fresh Smoothies

I had the chance to check out these new yogurt products and damn, they were good! The yogurt was extremely thick and creamy, and best of all contained no fat. Fresh fruit ranging from blueberry to black cherry to pineapple passion fruit delivered some delicious flavors.

The smoothies were equally as good. Made from cold-pressed fruit and vegetable juices, they’re free from added sweeteners, preservatives, colors and flavors. The three different varieties (Sweet Greens, Strawberry, Mango Carrot) are very refreshing.

Evolution Fresh and Dannon Greek Yogurt Parfaits

I was most surprised by the prices. The Fruit on the Bottom Greek Yogurts retail at $1.69 – similar to what you’ll pay for good Greek yogurt at a grocery store. Even better, smoothies are $5.95. Move over boutique juice bars and your $11 juices. Evolution Fresh just won that game.

Evolution Fresh Greek Yogurt Parfaits, Inspired by Dannon will debut in 6,000 Starbucks stores nationwide in May. Additionally, the Fruit on the Bottom Greek Yogurts will begin to roll out in select locations in May, including Albertsons/Safeway and Kroger, and are expected to be on shelves nationwide in July.

For the quality these products deliver, they’re easy on your wallet, healthy for you and sure to help get you going in the mornings!

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