Our Frozen Yogurt

Yogurt is produced when dairy products are cultured (fermented) with bacterial cultures Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophilus. This process results in the production of acid and high levels of live and active cultures. Our frozen yogurts contain over 100 million live and active cultures per gram and have been formulated to result in lower acidity levels and a sweeter taste.

Health Benefits

Our frozen yogurts contain other probiotic cultures in addition to the characterizing cultures. Probiotics are living microorganisms that, upon ingestion in sufficient numbers, provide health benefits beyond normal nutrition. Our yogurts include the strains of Lactobacillus acidophilus and Lactobacillus lactis.

Some of the beneficial effects of frozen yogurt are:

  • increased digestibilty of dairy products for those with lactose intolerance
  • overall improvement of digestive function
  • stimulation of immune function
There is also additional evidence to support a much wider range of benefits from the consumption of live and active cultures with levels greater than 100 million per gram. Additional health benefits:
  • Maintenance of intestinal microbial populations when taking antibiotics.
  • Prevention and treatment of diarrhea.
  • Prevention and treatment of infections of the urinary tract or female genital tract (i.e., yeast infections).
  • Treatment of irritable bowel syndrome.
  • Reduction in the risk of developing or reocurring bladder and colon cancers.

All Frozen Yogurts Are Not The Same

The Live and Active Cultures SealOur frozen yogurts carry The Live and Active Cultures (LAC) Seal which is a voluntary program provided through the National Yogurt Association. This means that our yogurt contains high levels of the cultures that provide yogurt's health attributes. Our yogurts are certified by the National Yogurt Association to use this seal.

Contact Info

Jandy's Frozen Yogurt
(Rome Location)

715 Turner McCall Blvd.
Rome, GA 30165
Email: manager@jandysfroyo.com

Phone: (706)-295-2122
Fax: (770)-805-9074