Icelandic Skyr, Forager, LAVVA, Kite Hill yogurts

by | Aug 28, 2021 | Cheese and Dairy, Gluten Free, New, Non-GMO, Organic, Plant Based / Vegan, Ready To Eat, Uncategorized, Yogurt | 0 comments

 

What Is Skyr?

Skyr is a thick & creamy Icelandic yogurt that’s been a provision of Icelanders for nearly 1,000 years. Skyr is akin to yogurt but has a different texture thanks to the heirloom Icelandic cultures used to make it. It takes nearly four cups of milk to make one cup of Skyr, making it thicker, and creamier than yogurt.

We also have plenty of plant based yogurt options for you from much loved Forager, Lavva  and Kite Hill.
LAVVA: No added sugar, no gluten, no dairy, no gums, no natural flavors, no oils, no GMO’s, no food dyes.

Kite Hill:  Vanilla; this creamy, plant-based yogurt is perfect for sharing or including in protein-rich smoothies.

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