No, we no longer make YoCrunch® Greek yogurt.
YoCrunch® is now part of DanoneWave, and our mission is to bring health through food to as many people as possible. To learn more, please visit www.dannon.com/find-out-more.
It is our mission to provide you with the tastiest toppings and delicious yogurt, so you can have an awesome snacking experience. We know you want a little bit of fun with your food… and that’s why we’ve got you covered (you might say topped!).
YoCrunch® comes in different shapes and sizes, so it’s hard to say its exact price. The easiest solution is to pick it up yourself! Check out our Product Locator to find our products near you!
Code dates are printed on the top of the domes for all products.
The liquid you described is whey, as in curds and whey, which are components of milk. The liquid occurs if the product is bumped or shaken in transit. This causes some separation of the whey, so a little bit of liquid is normal. The whey contains many of the live and active cultures used to change the milk into yogurt and we recommend stirring the liquid back into the yogurt.
YoCrunch® yogurt is stamped on the top of the clear plastic topping dome with a “USE BY” date—that’s the date until which we guarantee its optimum freshness.
While our yogurt is “nut-free”, each of our toppings has separate allergen statements, some of which do cite nuts as an ingredient or cross contamination possibility. Please review the nutritional information for the specific flavor you are interested in.
Yogurt may be a more easily digestible alternative to milk because, on average, it contains less lactose than milk and the live and active cultures in yogurt aid in lactose digestion. However, each individual person and situation is different, so we suggest consulting your doctor before consuming yogurt.
YoCrunch® yogurt and many of our toppings contain milk and other dairy products (e.g., animal byproducts), so they can be eaten by those following an ovo-lacto vegetarian diet.
All YoCrunch® products (USA) are OU kosher.
According to the USDA and the FDA, a dairy product can be out of refrigeration for up to 2 hours and still be considered safe to eat.
Almost everything can be frozen… but should everything be frozen? If you do choose to freeze YoCrunch®, the yogurt can become watery as it defrosts. However, if you prefer that texture, feel free to pop your yogurt in the freezer.