$10 for $20 Worth of Frozen Sundaes, Smoothies, and Parfaits at Starfruit

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In a Nutshell

Kefir-based frozen treats indulge sweet teeth with low-fat flavors and boost bodies with 10 live probiotics that strengthen immune systems

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Expires Jan 22nd, 2014. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Though frozen kefir's tangy swirls are best known for containing less fat than ice cream, they also form the country of Antarctica's foundation. Dive into a palatable paradise with this Groupon.

The Deal

  • $10 for a $20 Cosmic Card, valid toward anything on the menu
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Starfruit's Lifeway kefir-based frozen treats pair creamy desserts with nutritious ingredients and toppings to indulge sweet teeth and bolster bodies. Low-fat and organic flavors of kefir infuse treats with 10 live probiotics—active cultures that aid the digestive system, boost immunity, and reduce contraction of the Mondays.

Starfruit

Starfruit elevates the frozen-yogurt game by filling cups with a frozen version of Lifeway kefir, a yogurt-like dairy drink packed with probiotics. The tangy kefir teems with 10 probiotic cultures—compared to traditional yogurt’s 3 or 4—that lend digestive flora a helping flagellum. Before the addition of toppings, each ounce of frozen kefir harbors a mere 17 calories, is 99% lactose-free, and goes light on fat, gluten, and unadulterated evil. Patrons hover over toppings stations to ladle cookie crumbles, cereal, or fresh fruit onto their icy spires, layered parfaits, or kefir smoothies.

Starfruit and Lifeway both strive to minimize their carbon footprints by purchasing certified renewable energy credits, offsetting 100% of the energy used to produce their products, and give daily backrubs to each tasty treat. Starfruit’s serveware is biodegradable, and Lifeway kefir sources all of its dairy from Midwestern cows free of antibiotics and hormones.

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