Bulk & Wholesale Yogurt &
Yogurt Alternatives

Yogurt is aligned with consumer trends towards functional foods with nutritious ingredients, resulting in 83% of households consuming yogurt1!

Danone is the #1 manufacturer in the Yogurt category and the only manufacturer that plays in all Yogurt segments2. Through Danone’s many leading Yogurt brands, flavors, and single serve, multi-serve, and bulk packaging options, you can find a Yogurt to
meet your needs.


Protein is the leading nutrient consumers are looking for3. Greek Yogurt has 2x the protein of
traditional yogurt, making Greek the fastest growing segment in Foodservice4.

Dannon Bulk Bags & Quarts


Danimals® and Dannon® Creamy 4oz qualify for any reimbursable meal program or as
a Smart Snack. Both are gelatin free, Non-GMO Project Verified, 10g total sugar per
serving, and made with rBST-free milk*.

Plant-Based Yogurt Alternatives

Plant-based eating is more relevant than ever as 54% of Americans would like to eat more
plant-based foods8. Silk® and So Delicious® are the leaders in plant-based yogurt alternatives
and fueling growth in the category9.

Additional Yogurt Offerings

Drinkables On-The-Go


Yogurt Conversion Chart

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1 IRI Total US All Outlets, 52 weeks ending 8/11/19
2 IRI Scan – Total US MULO + Conv. 52WE 12/29/19
3 NPD Group / Diet Monitor, YE Feb 2018
4 NPD SupplyTrack $ Growth 12 months ending July 2019
5 NPD Supply Track 12 Months ending April 2019
6 Two Good: 2g total sugar per 5.3oz. Average Greek Yogurt: 11g total sugar per 5.3oz
7 IRI Total US – Multi Outlet, 52 weeks ending 8/25/19
8 The Hartman Group 2018
9 IRI Total US – Multi Outlet, 52 weeks ending 8/25/19
10 Activia® may help reduce the frequency of minor digestive discomfort. Consume twice daily for two weeks as part of a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.
Minor digestive discomfort includes bloating, gas, abdominal discomfort & rumbling.
*These products are made from milk from cows that are not treated with rBST. However, no
significant difference has been shown between milk derived from rBST-treated and non-rBST-treated cows.