SPOTTED (MOSTLY NON-DAIRY YOGURT EDITION) – 1/27/2020

Here are some interesting new products found on store shelves by your fellow readers. If you’ve tried any of the products, share your thoughts about them in the comments.

Siggi s Plant Based Coconut Blend Raspberry Yogurt
Siggi’s Plant-Based Coconut Blend Raspberry Yogurt
Siggi s Plant Based Coconut Blend Vanilla  Cinnamon Yogurt
Siggi’s Plant-Based Coconut Blend Vanilla & Cinnamon Yogurt
Siggi s Plant Based Coconut Blend Mixed Berries Yogurt
Siggi’s Plant-Based Coconut Blend Mixed Berries Yogurt
Siggi s Plant Based Coconut Blend Mango Yogurt
Siggi’s Plant-Based Coconut Blend Mango Yogurt

(Spotted by Sarah R at Whole Foods.)

Chobani Flip Rocky Road
Chobani Flip Rocky Road

(Spotted by Leonard G at Target.)

Harmless Harvest Plain Coconut Yogurt Alternative
Harmless Harvest Plain Coconut Yogurt Alternative
Harmless Harves Strawberry Coconut Yogurt Alternative
Harmless Harvest Strawberry Coconut Yogurt Alternative
Harmless Harvest Blueberry Coconut Yogurt Alternative
Harmless Harvest Blueberry Coconut Yogurt Alternative
Harmless Harvest Vanilla Coconut Yogurt Alternative
Harmless Harvest Vanilla Coconut Yogurt Alternative

(Spotted by Sarah R at Whole Foods.)

Icelandic Provisions Icelandic Cold Brew Coffee Yogurt
Icelandic Provisions Icelandic Cold Brew Coffee Yogurt
Icelandic Provisions Pineapple Coconut Skyr
Icelandic Provisions Pineapple Coconut Skyr
Icelandic Provisions Blackberry Boysenberry Skyr
Icelandic Provisions Blackberry Boysenberry Skyr

(Spotted by Sarah R at Whole Foods.)

Kite Hill Blissful Blueberry Limoncello Coconut Milk Yogurt
Kite Hill Blissful Blueberry Limoncello Coconut Milk Yogurt
Kite Hill Blissful Salted Caramel Coconut Milk Yogurt
Kite Hill Blissful Salted Caramel Coconut Milk Yogurt
Kite Hill Blissful Strawberries and Cream Coconut Milk Yogurt
Kite Hill Blissful Strawberries and Cream Coconut Milk Yogurt
Kite Hill Blissful Caffe Macchiato Coconut Milk Yogurt
Kite Hill Blissful Caffe Macchiato Coconut Milk Yogurt
Kite Hill Blissful Peaches and Cream Coconut Milk Yogurt
Kite Hill Blissful Peaches and Cream Coconut Milk Yogurt

(Spotted by Sarah R at Whole Foods.)

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9 thoughts to “SPOTTED (MOSTLY NON-DAIRY YOGURT EDITION) – 1/27/2020”

  1. I think Alek’s point is well taken. I don’t think he was surprised to see the product emerge. Rather, he was likely commenting on the explosion of these new non-dairy alternatives. I think that we are seeing so many with the new year because it coincides with the start of diet season for many people. I think his point is that it may not stick around just like low-cal ice cream and ice cream alternatives, like a lot of the froyos, can now not be found. I have personally tried yogurts made from coconut milk, soy and oatmilk. Some are better than others, but I haven’t found one that can match some of my favorites like Fage or Noosa.

    1. I used to love eating dairy products and I still can stomach them if I want to. Problem is, my skin breaks out in bad acne whenever I eat dairy. That being said, I tend to buy the more expensive and less healthier non-dairy yogurts, and other non-dairy substitutes like vegan cheese, ice cream, cream cheese, etc. One thing that continuously annoys me about non-dairy products is that most of the companies do nothing to add any protein or cut down on sugar of their products. Non-dairy alternatives are usually higher in fat, sugar, and calories than their dairy counterparts. They are usually way more expensive as well.
      It’s nice more and more companies are putting out non-dairy alternatives, but most of them are not healthy and are calorie bombs if you’re dieting or just trying to cut back on sugar.

    2. Thank you! I was trying to explain that. I noticed an explosion of the non-dairy products but will they stick around for a while?

      1. in re all of you: non-dairy products have been around for years. maybe you’re just now noticing them because you’re seeing them posted. the “trend” started around two years ago. these products will always be available but perhaps the “trend” may not.

  2. i wish we had more brands of Skyr in the UK. It’s dominated by Arla and the real icelandic stuff is only available in select stores. I’d be interested to try this non diary equivalent from Siggi’s (which is also not available in the UK) to compare.

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