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Apr 15, 2009

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Laura

Danonino is actually cheese. When I lived in Ireland, I developed a love for what is referred to in Europe as "Fromage Frais" (trans. Fresh Cheese). I have been able to find Fromage Frais in Canada, but not in the U.S. until recently when I discovered Danonino. I like it because it is thick, creamy--like a soft cream cheese--and not too sweet like most yogurts. I hope it catches on in the U.S.!

Sofia

Yes, Danonino is cheese. I grew up eating it when I lived in Brazil. Now that I have a little one myself, I am thrilled to know it has become available in the US. Unfortunately for me, not yet in DC, but I'm hoping soon. It is as Laura states above, thick and creamy, and very delicious because it's not RICH. I found it in NY and NC. My daughter loves it... and when possible, I take some for myself as well =).

Erin

My daughter actually loves this stuff...I honestly had no idea what it was, which is how I came across this site. Apparently it really is a soft cheese, fortified with extra vitamins and minerals. If you're comparing it to yogurt, I can see why you wouldn't like it. It really is in a separate category, although it's found with the yogurt in the dairy case.

Cathy

My 19 month old son loves Danonino. I looked up the website tonight to learn more about it, and found that it isn't actually yogurt. I didn't realize that when I bought it. Funny that your kids don't like it.

Nga

I am really glad I read this blog for this tip. My daughter is allergic to diary and the MD suggested we start slowly on yogurt but the only thing available in Vietnam where I live is fromage frias. My daughter reacted to it but at least now I know it was actually yogurt.

Linda

Ok, after all this recent talk, I finally went and bought this today to test for myself. Yes, it's not yogurt. It's cheese. As someone looking for things without high fructose corn syrup--which Dannon yogurt has, I decided it was time to taste. The verdict. It takes like yogurt to me with a different aftertaste. Sorry, Cara, I liked it. :-) Tasted like full fat yogurt to me. Yum!

Cara Fox

Dashed this post off in response to a product that disgusted my kids (and me) and am surprised to find that it is still generating comments almost a year later. Since most of them are in FAVOR of Danonino, wondering if we should give it another shot... ; )

ed team

Ladies, this is not yogurt (no yogurt cultures listed). It has milk and sugar as the main ingredients. It is expensive, the whole six-pack is only 10.5 oz. It tastes like full fat yogurt, because the pack has over 12 grams of fat. If it were packed in an 8 oz container, it would have over NINE grams of fat/container. Compare that to any yogurt or milk you buy. Your children may love it because it is loaded with sugar, 42 grams. This isn't promoting "Healthy Growth," it is promoting OBESITY. Beware.

RedBlue

well its only sixty calories a thing, and they are the BEST if you stick a popsicle stick in the top and then freeze it. much better than a popsicle that is just sugar and water.

BB

I'm originally from Germany and grew up eating Danonino's. SO thrilled that they caught o in the US. They are what is called "quark", which is a type of cheese made out of buttermilk. It is actually lower in calories than yogurt, and some types of quark do have active milk cultures in them :-)
BTW, my two kids love Danonino as well,

Hannah

While shopping with my daughter in the yogurt section, I was looking to try a new variety. She shouted out "Danonino"! She is 3 years old, so I'm sure she has seen a commercial for this on Sprout in the past. I picked it up, read the nutrition facts and decided to purchase. At $1.97 for a VERY small 6 pack, I thought it was expensive. She tried one after supper, and she loves it! After seeing the positive comments on here, I feel even more confident in my purchase :)

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