New Activia Yogurts Hit Stores


Pregnancy and antibiotics.  Definitely not the ideal mix of circumstances for the “gut.”  Fortunately, Activia Selects are aware of the “gut” issues of so many people, as well as their differing tastes.  In addition to being incredibly delicious, Activia® Selects contain the unique probiotic culture Bifidus Regularis® (Bifidobacterium lactis DN 173 010) that helps to naturally regulate your digestive system when consumed daily for two weeks as part of a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.*

Activia yogurts

With new styles such as French, French with Fruit Bites, and Greek, you can satisfy your sweet cravings and help regulate your digestive system by consuming Activia daily for two weeks as part of a nutritious lifestyle. These silky French and creamy Greek varieties prove nutritious and tasty options for those who have a texture preference.


Activia Selects Parfait Review


Most recently, I’ve been enjoying Greek yogurt.  I like how thick it is, how little sugar it has in it as well and how much protein. I was excited Activia was introducing Greek yogurts.  However, and a big however, the only Activia Selects yogurt available at my store was the Parfait.

So, I grabbed the strawberry parfait and brought it home.  Typically, I eat my yogurt for breakfast, but I haven’t had a traditional yogurt in a while.  The granola was in a separate container on the lid.  So, I opened the yogurt, opened the granola and mixed them together.

The yogurt was SWEET.  Very sweet.  I think I’m used to my Greek yogurts that don’t have sugar in them.  This was more like dessert than a breakfast to me.  The granola was crunchy and good and a nice complement to the yogurt.  I’m glad it still had the good bacteria to help out my digestive system, but I think I’ll pass on the parfait next time.  However, once I see the Greek in stock, I will scoop some up and try it.


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.

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  1. I like the added crunch when you combine them, but I’ll eat it plain too. I’m just starting to like the Greek. It’s very different so it was tough to adjust to at first.

    1. I bet once you go Greek for a while, you won’t go back! This tasted sooo sweet to me (and I have a sweet tooth).

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