Lifeway Kefir Cultured Milk Smoothie, Lowfat, Gingerbread

Holiday edition. Probiotic. Contains 10 + 2 live & active Kefir cultures Lifeway's ProBoost: L. Reuteri; B. Lactis; L. casei; L. lactis; L. acidophilus; L. rhamnosus; B. bacterium longum; Leuconostoc cremoris; B. bacterium breve; S. diacetylactis; S. florentinus; L. plantarum. 99% lactose free. Since 1986. Naturally gluten free. No artificial sweeteners. Lifeway's ProBoost contains lactobacillus reuteri and Bifidobacterium lactis; 2 powerful probiotic strains clinically shown to support digestive health and enhance immunity. To learn more visit www.kefir.com/proboost. Cultured after pasteurization to ensure 100% live and active kefir cultures. Published research has shown the healthy Probiotic cultures found in Lifeway Kefir may: Enhance the immune system; Balance digestive health. Farmer's Pledge: We only use milk that comes from grass-fed cows that are not treated with any artificial hormones. No rBST, rBGH, and GMO free. The FDA has stated there is no significant difference between milk derived from rBST/rBGH treated cows and untreated cows. Naturally cultured. Visit our virtual smoothie bar to customize your own kefir creation www.kefir.com. Lifeway Origin: The Lifeway story began with a real belief in the American Dream. In 1986, our family made the first batches of Lifeway Kefir at our home in Skokie, Illinois - just 10 years after we came to the United States from our native Russia. The luscious taste of kefir, long enjoyed in Europe, caught on quickly in Chicago - our early recipes of the probiotic yogurt-like drink got rave reviews in local supermarkets. We've come a long way from the early days of our original plain kefir, to more than 100 varieties enjoyed today. As you'll soon see, it's as delicious as it is healthful. So from our family to yours, drink up and enjoy! - Sincerely, the Smolyansky family Traded on NASDAQ: LWAY. Kefir History: Kefir is the smooth, tart, and refreshing cousin of yogurt, and its roots can be traced back more than 2000 years. Originating in the Caucasus Mountains of Europe where people live well past 100 years, the work kefir is thought to have been derived from the Turkish word Keif for good feeling, probably due to the sense of well-being experiences after drinking it. Kefir - known as the champagne of dairy, can be effervescent due to its unique probiotic strains. This is 100% normal. Look for a slightly rounded bottle. Rich in calcium. Grade A. Certified gluten-free. Made with renewable energy. National Kefir Association.