Finally, a vegan option for Greek yogurt!
If you’re like us, chances are you’ve been scouring the shelves and tabloids, just waiting for someone to finally come out with a vegan Greek yogurt that holds up and passes the thickness test. Well, good news! Silk just launched a Greek Style Coconutmilk Yogurt Alternative that will blow. your. mind.
Vegan Greek Yogurt
With the launch of its Greek Style Coconutmilk Yogurt Alternative, Silk is filling a hole in the market that many brands are still scrambling to figure out. Aside from traditionally being more protein-dense, Greek yogurt is also much thicker than regular yogurt, and this consistency is something that vegan brands have struggled to replicate. But after working on this recipe for several years, Silk has finally perfected it. Made with a coconut milk base, live and active cultures, and packed with 10g of protein per serving, this vegan Greek yogurt is blissfully thick (seriously, grab a spoonful and flip the spoon over … it won’t budge!). This launch includes four flavors—vanilla, strawberry, lemon, and blueberry—and they’ll all have your taste buds rejoicing.
Where to Find Silk’s New Vegan Greek Yogurt
This launch brings all four flavors to select retailers nationwide, including Albertsons, Publix, Stop n’ Shop, and Raley’s. The yogurts retail at $1.99 per 5.3 oz cup. Use Silk’s store locator to find out where you can find the vegan Greek yogurt alternative near you.
Silk: It Does a Body (And Planet) Good
Silk is no stranger to the world of vegan dairy alternatives, with products ranging from acai almond milk traditional yogurt, vanilla oat milk coffee creamer, and chocolate almond & cashew milk. Their entire plant-based line of products is certified non-GMO, they have several organic options, and the company is fiercely dedicated to water conservation and restoration. In fact, 100% of the water used to make the new Greek yogurt alternative is restored back to nature. How’s that for taking care of our planet?
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