Where does the sugar in this Danone yogurt come from?
We are proud to be pioneers and offer you a fruit yogurt with no added sugar and no artificial sweeteners. The sugars in our yogurt come naturally from milk and fruit.
Why do you use milk powder and milk protein concentrate?
Milk powders and milk protein concentrate give yogurt a smooth texture, increase its protein content and make it more stable. Milk powders come exclusively from Canada.
How much fat does this Danone yogurt contain?
This Danone yogurt is made from whole milk. It is possible that during the year, the percentage of fat may vary slightly: it is natural! Danone plain yogurt contains 3.3% milk fat. Danone yogurt with fruit contains 2.6% milk fat.
Where do the flavours and colours in this Danone yogurt come from?
We use natural flavours and colours.
Can this Danone yogurt contain hormones?
In Canada, the use of growth hormones is prohibited.
Can this Danone yogurt contain antibiotics?
In Canada, the presence of antibiotics in milk are prohibited.
Where does the milk used to make this Danone yogurt come from?
Fresh milk used to make this Danone yogurt comes entirely from Canadian farmers we know. We source our supplies from farms in the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region, which are part of Nutrinor cooperative.
How can we trace the milk “from these farms to your spoon?”
Fresh milk used to make this yogurt is managed separately. We can therefore trace the milk from these farms to our plant.
Why did Danone Canada associate with Nutrinor?
Nutrinor’s mission and values are aligned with those of Danone Canada. Nutrinor is an agricultural cooperative in Québec and is located in the Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean region. The cooperative has a clear policy on sustainable development. They manage grain mills and have internal agronomic expertise which allows them to impact the supply chain from the fields to milk production. For more information on Nutrinor Cooperative, visit https://www.nutrinor.com/
What is sustainable agriculture for Danone?
Globally, Danone is committed to promoting a sustainable and regenerative model of agriculture that protects soil health, empowers farmers and promotes animal welfare.
Why work towards sustainable agriculture?
Today, agriculture is at the heart of many major challenges: economic development, climate change, water scarcity, and biodiversity loss. Danone is globally committed to helping farmers overcome these challenges by developing new agricultural models that promote the regeneration of our resources while feeding a global population that will exceed 9 billion people by 2050.
For more information on sustainable agriculture and Danone’s global implication, visit: https://www.danone.com/impact/planet/regenerative-agriculture.html
How does Danone Canada contribute to Breakfast Club of Canada?
Danone Canada is proud to be a founding partner of Breakfast Club of Canada. For over 20 years, Breakfast Club has helped develop the potential of children by providing them with access to a healthy breakfast in an environment that allows them to grow and flourish.
Over the years, Danone Canada has donated more than 20 million cups of yogurt to the Club.
Gradually, demand has increased. Today, one in five Canadian children is at risk of starting school on an empty stomach. Every time you choose this Danone yogurt, you stand with us to support this cause.
What is B CorpTM certification and why it matters?
Danone Canada is proud to be part of the B CorpTM certified family of companies, which includes more than 2,600 companies in more than 150 sectors and 60 countries united around a common goal: redefining business success.
B CorpTM certified companies use the power of business as a vehicle for social and environmental progress. Awarded by the non-profit organization B Lab, the B CorpTM certification guarantees compliance with the highest standards of social and environmental performance, accountability and transparency. It is proof that Danone Canada takes into account the impacts of its business practices on its employees, communities and the environment.
For Danone Canada, obtaining B CorpTM certification is the culmination of decades of work dedicated to taking into account the economic, social and environmental impact of its activities and represents a credible and ambitious roadmap for the future.
Can I eat this Danone yogurt if I am lactose intolerant?
Bacterial cultures convert some of the lactose into lactic acid: generally, people with lactose intolerance tolerate yogurt better than milk because it moves more slowly through the digestive system. We suggest that you try a small amount at a time and consult a nutritionist who will be able to advise you!
Does this Danone yogurt contain gluten?
This Danone yogurt does not contain gluten.
Does this Danone yogurt contain allergens (eggs, nuts, peanuts, wheat, soybeans)?
This Danone yogurt does not contain eggs, nuts, peanuts, wheat or soybeans.
Are your containers recyclable?
These Danone yogurt containers may be recovered. We advise you to always check with your municipality to see if it is possible to put the containers in your recycling bin. The situation varies from place to place.
Where do the fruits in this Danone yogurt come from?
The origin of the fruit may vary according to the season and availability. We add a little lemon juice to extend their shelf life and colour!
What bacterial cultures are found in this Danone yogurt?
Yogurt is a milk fermented by the development of two lactic bacterial cultures: Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophilus. These bacteria must be alive in the finished product and this is what gives yogurt its unique properties!
How do I read the expiry date?
The expiry date reads as follows: YYYYY MM DD (followed by a letter and the production time). Yogurt retains all its benefits and flavours until the expiry date. However, it is acceptable to eat it a few days after the date. Trust your eyes and nose: if it looks and smells good, you can eat it.
Is your yogurt pasteurized?
All yogurts in Canada are made from pasteurized milk, it’s the law! Bacterial cultures are added after pasteurization.