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Recognizing that most Americans fall far short of getting the recommended serving of at least 25 grams of fiber a day, Minneapolis-based General Mills has launched Yoplait Fiber One 50-calorie yogurt in Strawberry, Vanilla, Peach and Key Lime Pie flavors. Each cup provides an excellent source or 20 percent of the recommended daily value of fiber (five grams) and zero grams of fat, as well as being a good source of calcium and vitamins A and D. The only leading national brand of nonfat yogurt with 50 calories and five grams of fiber, according to General Mills, the product will feature a “Hungry Girl Seal of Approval,” the first nationally distributed yogurt to receive this endorsement from the Web expert on lower-calorie snack options. The suggested retail price is $2.79 for a four-pack of 4-ounce cups. Get additional information by visiting www.FiberOneYogurt.com.