Chick-fil-A’s Greek Yogurt Parfait now includes twice the protein and half the sugar of its previous offering thanks to an exclusive partnership with fairlife.
The new farm-to-table Greek yogurt is made at fairlife's flagship Fair Oaks Farms in Indiana using the same high-quality, great-tasting fresh milk for which fairlife dairy farms are known.
“It all starts with our great milk," said Anders Porter, director of communications, fairlife. "The protein and other nutrients that are packed into our fresh, high-quality milk are what make this product such a hit,.
He adds, "Better milk makes better yogurt. You won’t find anything like this Greek yogurt anywhere else.”
Chefs from Chick-fil-A’s culinary team worked with the farm for seven months to perfect the blend of flavors for the updated Greek Yogurt Parfait, which is now offered in more than 1,900 Chick-fil-A restaurants nationwide.
“I was so impressed when I visited Fair Oaks,” says Maria Crump of the Chick-fil-A’s menu development team. “It was overwhelming in the best way possible.“ Learn more on Inside Chick-fil-A.
In 2012, The Coca‑Cola Company partnered with Select Milk Producers – a pioneering co-op of dairy farmers committed to agricultural sustainability and humane farming practices – partnered with to form fairlife, LLC. Fairlife milk is owned, marketed and produced by fairlife. The Coca‑Cola Company is partnering with fairlife to distribute fairlife – which has 50% more protein, 30% more calcium and 50% less sugar than ordinary milk – through its Minute Maid distribution system. Read more.
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