Kids are one of the most promising demographics for healthy yogurt offerings, and manufacturers are catering to them in creative new ways. Dannon's Danimals line recently came out with Crush Cups, which lets kids squeeze the low-fat yogurt out of each container. Horizon, meanwhile, just released Little Blends, a mixture of fruits and vegetables aimed at children 6 months and older. “I think most of the innovations we've seen that are interesting in the yogurt category are targeting kids,” ...

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