Industry News | July 8, 2013

Bananas Goes Greek with New Yogurt Options

Bananas Smoothies and Frozen Yogurt is introducing non-fat Greek yogurt to its menu with the launch of its ‘Go Greek!’ promotion this month. Customers can experience the new Greek yogurt blended in a smoothie, layered in a parfait, or in the new yogurt pies at locations nationwide.

 

The new Bananas Go Greek! yogurt options are loaded with two times the protein, rich in probiotics, and free of added ingredients and artificial ingredients, flavors and preservatives. Go Greek! yogurt pairings will be available in the following:

  • GoGreek! Smoothies: Customers can enjoy the all-natural blend of Greek yogurt in the popular Bananaberry Smoothie made with fresh strawberries and bananas, as well as the new Pineapple Mango Smoothie, blended with pineapple and mango.

  • GoGreek! Yogurt Parfaits: Featuring nonfat vanilla Greek Yogurt and layered with fresh fruits and granola.

  • GoGreek! Yogurt Pie: Served by the slice, Greek yogurt pies will be available in Blueberry Pomegranate and Strawberry Kiwi.

 

"Not all yogurts are created equal, and more than ever consumers continue to look to Greek yogurt as a protein-packed, healthy option,” says Paula Doyle, vice president of marketing at Villa Enterprises Management. “We’re excited to introduce our Greek yogurt pairings and give our customers another great option for a quick meal or treat.”

 

Prices for the new Greek yogurt options vary by location, and individuals who “LIKE” Bananas on Facebook will have access to Buy One Get One coupon for a 16 ounce Greek yogurt smoothie valid through July 31. For more information or to access exclusive fan offers, visit Bananas Facebook page:https://www.facebook.com/GreenLeafsBanana.

 

Bananas is part of the Villa Enterprises Management family of brands and has more than 30 locations in shopping centers, airports, college campuses, and casinos worldwide. In addition, the global multi-concept restaurant franchisor currently operates more than 330 quick serve concepts across 38 U.S. states, as well as in Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico, and seven additional countries.