Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Only 2 Ingredients!

Q:  I opened a jar and it was runny, why is that?

A: We do not add thickeners (such as dried milk solids) or stabilizers (such as gums or pectin) to our yogurts. These ingredients are used by other manufacturers as an aid to make a consistent yogurt, hiding yogurt that didn’t make or product that has a low probiotic count. Our nonfat yogurt is generally thinner, as there is less fat to help the yogurt congeal. If you are not satisfied, please return it to the store for exchange or refund. Thin or runny yogurt can happen at any time of year and can be a result of under-incubation, rough handling during shipping, or storage temperatures. 100% natural, no-additive yogurt is going to be runny when compared to artificially thickened yogurt. Temperature, fat content and amount and type of culture all contribute to the consistency of our yogurt. If the yogurt is thicker than liquid milk, then it is yogurt and you are getting the benefits of live culture.

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