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NEW YORK — Dreyer's, which is owned by Nestlé, has introduced snack-size frozen treats.
New Dreyer's Slow Churned light ice cream now is available in snack-size cups, serving ice cream lovers half the fat and one-third less calories, the brand said. Additionally, the snack-size cups also will be available for its frozen yogurt blends line, which contains live and active cultures that may aid a healthy digestive system, Dreyer's added.
Another ice-cold treat is Dreyer's snack-size fruit bars, which tout 50 calories per serving and are available in a variety of flavors, including new pomegranate and acai blueberry. The 1.5-oz. snack-size bars contain real fruit and vitamin C.
Dreyer's products are available in the frozen food section of grocery stores nationwide.