About National Frozen Yogurt Day
National Frozen Yogurt Day is celebrated on February 6th each year and recognizes a sweet frozen dessert that has gone from fad to freezer staple in just a few decades.
Frozen yogurt sales increase each year because people want a healthier alternative to ice cream. The explosion of flavors and topping options add to the popularity of frozen yogurt.
The idea for the first Frozen Yogurt Day came from the most popular fro-yo company at the time. In 1993, TCBY launched the first celebration in June and it later moved to February.
Watch out for local special promotions to celebrate this day.
Is Frozen Yogurt Healthier than traditional Ice Cream?
They are rich, creamy, fresh, and appetizing. They combine very well with various and their main ingredient is yogurt, a food with a very good reputation. In fact, many people think that the beneficial properties of yogurts are so good that, even if large amounts of sugar or fat are added, they are still healthy.
It is not surprising, therefore, the success of frozen yogurt, which increases every summer despite the warnings of nutrition experts, who insist that frozen yogurt should not be considered a food of habitual consumption.
But it's not all about calories. One of the strengths of frozen yogurt is the contribution of calcium. At least this is one of the aspects that stand out the most in the advertising campaign. Frozen yogurt maintains the calcium levels of cow's milk. But the product that comes out best is yogurt ice cream, which provides a little more calcium.