MINNEAPOLIS — General Mills, Inc. is pumping up the protein in its yogurt portfolio with new Ratio Protein.

Made with ultrafiltered nonfat milk and whey protein, the dairy-based snack contains 25 grams of protein and 3 grams of sugar per serving. Ratio Protein yogurt is packaged in single-serve cups and is available in five flavors, including strawberry, vanilla, blueberry, coconut and key lime. Each cup contains 170 calories, 7 grams of net carbs and 4 grams of fat.

“As a leader in the yogurt and dairy category, General Mills is focused on product innovation to help our consumers meet their varying health and fitness goals,” said Doug Martin, president of General Mills’ dairy operating unit. “We know consumers are seeking protein, and with the introduction of Ratio Protein, we’re providing a delicious solution within a familiar snack that delivers the most protein in the yogurt aisle in a single-serve cup.”

Ratio Protein yogurt is available nationwide for a suggested retail price of $1.69 per 5.3-oz cup.

General Mills debuted its Ratio brand of yogurt cultured dairy snacks and bars in September 2020.