Probiotic means 'for life' and with yoghurt, refers to the live bacteria it contains that helps us stay well. While all yoghurts contain starter cultures, not all have probiotics (live bacteria that survive digestion and colonise in the gut). If you're serious about probiotic yoghurt, you need to choose yoghurts with viable quantities and researched strains, like Jalna's aBc probiotics.
How much ‘friendly’ bacteria is in Jalna Yoghurts?
The strains in all Jalna Yoghurt are: Lactobacillus acidophilus, Bifidobacterium and Lactobacillus Casei. These have been shown to survive in sufficient numbers to reach the large intestine, where they multiply and colonise.
There are over 300 million of these three strains in every 100g serve - that's over 600 million in every 200g pot of Jalna Yoghourt. So eating Jalna Yoghourt, with demonstrated levels well in excess of 600 million cfu per 200g serve, is an ideal choice every day.