Greek yogurt seems to be all the rage now, but fast on its heels is a northern European entry from Ehrmann All Natural Bavarian Lowfat Yogurt. Produced in Vermont and now available in area Price Chopper grocery stories, the 5.3-ounce, dualchambered cups allow the nosher to blend the fruit with the yogurt. Each variety contains 150 calories or less, carries 7 grams of protein alongside a mere 1.5 grams of fat. Retail prices range from $1.29 to $1.69.
Fruit flavors include blackberry-pomegranate, blueberry, cherry, peach and strawberry.
They are produced using the methods developed in 1929 by the Ehrmann family in Oberschoenegg im Allgau, Germany. For more information about the yogurt, visit www.bavariangoodness.com.