It might come as a surprise to learn that even yogurts that claim to be lower in sugar have more sugar than you might realize – or want!
But are you ready for some Good news?
We've created a yogurt that delivers the deliciously thick and creamy taste you love, without a lot of that sugar you're trying to avoid. Meet Two Good – it's the best of both worlds! It's a Greek lowfat yogurt, with 2 grams of total sugar, 12 grams of protein, and 80 calories per 5.3 oz serving. Oh, and did we mention that it's also crazy-delicious? It is!
Two Good isn't too good to be true, but it's pretty revolutionary. We've developed a patent-pending, slow-straining process that allows us to remove most of the sugar from milk that's used to make yogurt, leaving you with way less sugar* and the creamy taste you love.
Here's how the real magic happens in our innovative process:
Starting with a fun food fact: sugar is naturally present in the milk that makes yogurt.
But we've discovered an amazing new way to reduce the concentration of sugar in the milk before we make a batch of Two Good!
Then we take the milk and add in the active cultures, which break down the remaining sugar even more. How sweet is that?
Next, we take our milk and culture combo and strain it like typical Greek yogurts, only we spend way more time doing it! The slow straining removes most of the sugar and re-concentrates the protein. What's left is a thick, creamy Greek lowfat yogurt that is rich in protein, and lower in sugar than other flavored yogurts – 80% less sugar, in fact.* It's a game changer! Good things really do come to those who wait!
The final secret to unleashing a taste that's Two Good is that we pair our high protein, lower sugar yogurt with our unique flavors. We add a touch of stevia and ta-dah. It's Two Good!
And that's what makes Two Good deliciously satisfying to eat – but with a lower level of sugar. We made the impossible possible! Two Good delivers the perfect touch of sweetness with no added sugar**, while also packing a nutritional punch with 2 grams of total sugar, 12 grams of high quality protein, and 80 calories, per 5.3 oz cup.
*Two Good: 2g total sugar per 5.3oz. Average Greek Yogurt: 11g total sugar per 5.3oz
** Not a low-calorie food.
Storage Note: Because of Two Good’s unique slow-straining process, it’s a little more sensitive than most yogurts to colder temperatures, and exposure to temperatures below 32 degrees could result in a watery or clumpy texture. We recommend storing the yogurt in the front-part of your refrigerator.
What is Two Good Greek Lowfat Yogurt?
So glad you asked! Two Good Is a thick and creamy blended yogurt with 2 grams of total sugar per serving and a taste you'll love, with 12 grams of high-quality protein and 80 calories per 5.3 oz serving.
How do you get a serving of Two Good down to 2 grams of total sugar?
Our proprietary, patent pending batching process removes most of the sugar (lactose) naturally present in the milk used to make yogurt. Next, we add our live cultures and extend the straining time to separate out even more of the milk sugar from the milk protein as we re-concentrate it to make Greek yogurt. The result is 2 grams of sugar, 12 grams of high-quality protein, and 80 calories, per 5.3 oz serving. All of which proves good things really do come to those who wait!
What exactly is your proprietary straining process?
It's our special extended method of screening and sifting to separate and remove some of the sugar from the protein in milk. After we've slow strained, the result is re-concentrated protein with less sugar than you would find in typical Greek yogurts. Did we mention we have a patent pending on this process?
Is Two Good non-GMO Project Verified?
Yes, and proudly so! The Non-GMO Project Verified Seal signifies that Two Good is in compliance with the Non-GMO Project standard and that Two Good is made with milk from cows who eat non-GMO Project Verified feed. We're honored to qualify for this distinction.
Is Two Good really too good to be true?
A delicious, mild, creamy yogurt with a thick Greek texture, 2 grams of total sugar, 12 grams of high-quality protein, 80 calories per 5.3 oz serving, and the perfect touch of sweetness is actually almost TWO GOOD to be true. But it IS true!
Is Two Good a low-glycemic index food?
Yes! Two Good is a low-glycemic food based on its score of 34 on the Glycemic Index (below 55 is considered low!) Pretty good if we do say so ourselves!
Is Two Good suitable for people with diabetes?
As a protein-packed, low glycemic index food, Two Good may be a good choice for people following a diabetes eating plan. But always be sure to check with your health care provider!
How much total sugar does Two Good have compared to average yogurts?
Two Good contains 80% less sugar than other flavored yogurts.* Less sugar and more delicious. The ultimate twosome!
*Two Good: 2g total sugar per 5.3oz. Average yogurt: 11g total sugar per 5.3oz
Does Two Good contain added sugars?
Nope! The 2g of total sugar in Two Good comes from the milk, and there are 0g of added sugar* per 5.3 oz cup. Yup – you heard us right – no added sugar!
*Not a low calorie food.
How does Two Good still taste good with less sugar?
Two Good gets its perfect touch of sweetness from the 2g of total sugar coming from the milk, blended with our delicious flavors and a touch of stevia. Try our Strawberry, Blueberry, Vanilla, Peach, or Mixed Berry flavors and discover just how good Two Good really is. A taste of the good life, TWO be sure!
Okay, Two Good has 2 grams of total sugar per serving. But, what about carbs?
Yes, Two Good has 3 grams of carbohydrates, per 5.3 oz serving, but THREE GOOD just didn't have the same ring to it.
How does Two Good have 3g of carbs per serving?
Glad you asked! Fun nutrition fact: there are many types of carbohydrates, including starches, fibers, and sugars. Since sugars are a type of carbohydrate, when the sugar content of a food is reduced, the carbohydrate content is reduced, too!
Is Two Good Gluten-Free?
Yes, Two Good is certified Gluten-Free.
Do you guys think you're all that?
Well, we have 12g of protein vs 2g of total sugar per serving, and while not “all that,” it's still Two Good in our book.