Monday, November 4, 2019

“Amazing Yogurt”

Thank you for your amazing yogurt. I lost 90 lbs recently and did it naturally. Your yogurt was a large part of my success. I ate it once a day every day during my dieting. You can eat it for breakfast, lunch, or dinner very easily. It is much lower in carbs than any other yogurt I have seen in the store. Plus it is the best tasting—can't beat it. - Randy

Friday, November 1, 2019

Blueberry Yogurt Pie

Ingredients:

Filling:
1 c. White Mountain Foods Bulgarian Yogurt
2 eggs or egg substitute
3 Tbsp. honey
3 Tbsp. fresh lemon juice
1 tsp. pure vanilla extract
2 c. blueberries, fresh or frozen

Crust:
⅓ c. butter
¼ c. honey
1 egg or egg substitute
½ c. unbleached white flour
½ c. whole wheat flour
½ tsp. baking powder

Directions:
Preheat the oven to 350º. Grease and flour a 9 or 10-inch pie pan. Using an electric mixer or by hand, cream the butter and honey. Add the egg, and blend well. Combine the flour and baking powder and mix them into the wet ingredients to form a soft dough. With flour dusted fingers, pat the sticky dough into the bottom of the buttered and floured pie pan. Push the dough up to cover the sides of the pan. Refrigerate for at least as long as it takes to make the filling. Mix all the filling ingredients, except the blueberries, until smooth. Put the berries into the pie shell and gently pour in the filling so the berries are coated and evenly distributed. Bake for 50 - 60 minutes, until the crust is browned and the custard has set. Chill well before serving.

Friday, October 11, 2019

White MountainBiscuits

Ingredients:
1 c. White Mountain Foods Bulgarian Yogurt
1 Tbsp. butter
¼ c. water
2 tbsp. honey
1 pkg. active dry yeast1
1 c. unbleached white flour
1 c. whole wheat flour.
1 tsp. salt
¼ tsp. baking soda
1 egg or egg substitute

Directions:
Mix flour together. In saucepan, heat together yogurt, butter, water, honey and salt until butter is melted. Cool to lukewarm (not cooler than 100º, or yeast won’t activate, but not warmer than 115º or yeast will die). In large bowl, combine yeast, baking soda and ½ cup of the mixed flour. Add liquid ingredients. Beat at low speed of electric mixer for 30 seconds. Beat 3 minutes at high speed. Stir in the rest of the mixed flour. Dough will be moist and sticky. Place on floured board and knead lightly. Add flour in small amounts as needed. Be careful not to add too much or biscuits will be too dense. Place in greased bowl, turning once. Cover and let rise until double, about 1½ hours. Divide into 12 even pieces, form into round balls and place on well greased baking sheet. Cover, let rise about 40 minutes. Preheat oven to 400º. Bake 10 to 12 minutes until nicely browned, checking frequently. Biscuits freeze well.

Monday, September 30, 2019

“I Love Your Yogurt”

My friend, who is also my doctor, turned me onto your amazing yogurt three years ago, and I have never bought any other yogurt since then (except when I’ve been in France)!—Cristina

I love your yogurt, and I’ve been buying multiple bottles of it—so I figure it’s time to load up with the larger one!—Bonnie 

Friday, September 27, 2019

Ranch Dressing

Ingredients:
1⅓ c. WMF Bulgarian Yogurt
½ tsp. garlic powder 
½ tsp. onion powder
1 Tbsp. dried parsley
1 tsp. dried chives
1 tsp. dijon mustard
1 tsp. lemon juice 
salt & pepper to taste (start with 1 tsp each)

Directions:
Combine and season to taste. Beat together until well blended.
Use as a healthy alternative for your regular ranch dressing.





Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Now In Earth Fare

Earth Fare is an amazing food market dedicated to offering only natural, real food without any artificial ingredients or additives. We share their food philosophy and are proud to have our Bulgarian Yogurt in their stores! Read more about their commitment to providing healthy food for everyone on their website.

Monday, September 9, 2019

“Pure Perfection”

I was in a store called For Goodness Sake, and thought I might just try the yogurt. This is by far the best yogurt I have ever tasted, and I have bought a lot of yogurt. Everything about this yogurt is pure perfection. I am now a White Mountain Yogurt consumer. PS. Love the fact that I can recycle the jar. — Cathleen

Friday, September 6, 2019

Sweet Potatoes in Yogurt Sauce

Ingredients:
½ c. White Mountain Foods Bulgarian Yogurt
2 sweet potatoes, cooked & sliced
2 Tbsp. butter
½ onion, minced
½ tsp. paprika
2 Tbsp. minced parsley
1 Tbsp. lemon juice
salt, pepper to taste

Directions:
In a heavy saucepan, melt butter and sauté onions until tender. Stir in paprika, salt, and pepper. Remove from heat. Stir in yogurt, parsley, and lemon juice. Heat. Gently add to cooked sweet potatoes, toss lightly, or use as a dip.

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Now Certified Kosher!

Great news for those with faith-based dietary restrictionsWhite Mountain Foods Bulgarian Yogurt is now certified kosher! It’s the same recipe, traditional process, glass jars and authentic flavor - the only difference is that the product, process and facilities have been examined and certified kosher. Currently, the certification logo is located as shown below. After we use up our current batch of labels, the certification will be next to the recycle logo on the back of the jar. Enjoy!




Monday, August 19, 2019

“I Love Your Yogurt”

I love your yogurt product and I think it tastes great … I can attest to the fact that it actually works. I have had various stomach issues and regularly eating this has helped regulate my issues. - Justin

I LOVE your yogurt! It's the only kind I will eat - none of the others have any flavor to me anymore. Thanks. ─ Ann

Friday, August 16, 2019

Recipe For Yogurt Pops

Ingredients:
1 c. White Mountain Foods Bulgarian Yogurt
1 banana, sliced
1 tsp. vanilla
1 c. fruit juice OR fruit chunks

Directions:
Blend all ingredients together and pour into mold or paper cups. insert plastic spoons or wooden ice pop sticks for handles and freeze.

Friday, August 9, 2019

Chicago Visit

White Mountain Foods Visits the Windy City Area!

Our traveling yogurt coach and ambassador of authenticity, Daniel Maldonado, was in the Windy City this past week. He visited stores, passed out samples, and extolled the virtues of our traditional 24-hour yogurt fermentation process and a simple, 2-ingredient recipe.


Among other places, we visited Park Slope Food Coop on Union Street in Brooklyn, the Consulate General of Bulgaria, and the Permanent Mission of Bulgaria to the United nations!

Monday, July 29, 2019

“I Love Your Yogurt!”

I love your yogurt product, and I think it tastes great. . . . I can attest to the fact that it actually works. I have had various stomach issues, and regularly eating this has helped regulate my issues.—Justin

I LOVE your yogurt! It’s the only kind I will eat—none of the others have any flavor to me anymore. Thanks.—Ann

Friday, July 26, 2019

Recipe for a Smoothie

Ingredients:
1 part White Mountain Foods Bulgarian Yogurt
1 part frozen fruit or veggies
1 part apple or vegetable juice
Optional: 1 part ice

Directions:
Blend until smooth.

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Trade Show - Houston!


Our product frontiersman, Daniel Maldonado, had a great time handing out samples and answering questions about our vegan Chorizo and strained Bulgarian Yogurt at the Texas Restaurant Association trade show in Houston this past weekend.

Monday, July 8, 2019

"Full of Good Probiotics!"

My husband and I have been buying your yogurt for probably a couple of years. He is Swedish and your yogurt is the closest to the plain yogurt you can get in Sweden—it has enough “bite.” I love it because it is natural (two ingredients!) and full of good probiotics! Thank you for making a great product and for getting it on the shelves at my local HEB. —Nancy

Friday, July 5, 2019

Lassi (Yogurt Drink)

Ingredients:
5 c. White Mountain Foods Bulgarian Yogurt
5 cardamom pods
6 Tbsp. honey
1 Tbsp. rose water
⅛ tsp. nutmeg

Directions:
Remove seeds from cardamom pods and crush seeds. Blend 3 cups yogurt, crushed cardamom, and honey in an electric blender. Beat remaining yogurt well in a bowl. Add remaining yogurt to contents of blender and mix well. Add rose water to yogurt and mix well. Serve in individual glasses and sprinkle with nutmeg. Serves 4.

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Probiotics 101

Daniel Maldonado of White Mountain Foods answering questions recently about the role of probiotics in maintaining good health and digestion at Natural Grocers in Cedar Park, Texas.

In this country we eat yogurt mainly because we are told it is good for us. The TV commercials, our doctor, our parents—somebody told us to start eating it for some reason. Unless we were born into a family who had an ethnic connection to yogurt as a regular part of their diet, most of us would never even try it. Do we even know what yogurt is? How did yogurt come to be considered good for us? Why is it good for us? Is all yogurt good for us.

Ever wonder exactly what “probiotic” means and why probiotics are so important? Find out here.

Monday, June 17, 2019

“I Cannot Believe It”

I am of Lebanese descent. My grandmother and my mother made homemade yogurt with a live active starter that was kept in the fridge from the previous batch. I am talking about this because YOUR yogurt is exactly like the yogurt I make, my mother made, and my grandmother made. I cannot believe it . . . — Bernadette

Friday, June 14, 2019

Recipe for Tzatziki

Ingredients
1 ½ cups White Mountain Foods Bulgarian Yogurt
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 English cucumber
1 clove garlic
1 tablespoon choped fresh dill
1–2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
salt and pepper

Directions
Peel, seed, and shred cucumber. Juice lemon and combine with remaining ingredients in a large bowl. Stir in cucumber. Salt and pepper to taste. Allow flavors to blend at least 30 minutes before serving. Serve cold. For a thicker consistency, strain the Bulgarian Yogurt overnight.

Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Thanks To All Our Retail Partners


We want to let our retail partners know how much we appreciate them working with us to help provide consumers across the United States access to real, authentic Bulgarian yogurt, made right here by the Murray family for the past 40 years in Austin, Texas. Without them we wouldn’t have been able to find so many of our loyal friends and fans! To learn more about our company and find out where you can buy our natural, ultra-probiotic yogurt, visit our website: 

Monday, May 27, 2019

“I recommend your yogurt to all my patients.”

I have searched for this perfect yogurt since I had an amazing yogurt in Lima, Peru, 25 years ago. I happened to stumble upon it when I saw it in a clear glass jar. After just two days I was certain this was not only delicious, it was the healthiest. I recommend your yogurt to all my patients. ─ Carmen, pediatrician

This is my boyfriend’s absolute favorite product. Because I work in the natural foods industry, he hears a lot about different products I come across, but this has been the one that he can’t stop raving about. He suffers with digestive issues occasionally, and just a couple of spoonfuls of your yogurt helps almost immediately. We literally have a conversation about your product or company at least a couple times a week! Please keep doing what you’re doing. :) ─ Haylee

Friday, May 17, 2019

Recipe for Honey Ambrosia

Ingredients
1 c. White Mountain Foods Nonfat Bulgarian Yogurt
16 oz. pineapple chunks in juice
2 medium oranges
2 bananas
¾ c. coconut
¼ c. honey

Directions
Mix together yogurt, honey, and coconut. Drain pineapple, peel and separate orange sections, and slice bananas; mix fruit together. Pour yogurt-honey mixture over fruit and stir.

Friday, May 10, 2019

Strings in the Park - Rescheduled for Sunday, June 2

White Mountain Foods is a proud sponsor of Strings in the Park, a free public concert at Central Market in Central Austin. The event is family friendly and celebrates Austin’s environmental awareness, natural beauty, musicians, and food! Check it out Sunday, June 2!

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Can Probiotics Curb Seasonal Allergies Naturally?

Can Probiotics Curb Seasonal Allergies Naturally?
By Janessa Stark

If you have seasonal allergies, you know that sneezing and congestion can make you question leaving the house. It’s so tempting to reach for antihistamines. Unfortunately, these drugs come with side effects like drowsiness and nausea. And they only put a temporary Band-Aid on the symptoms. This has been a dilemma for allergy sufferers for so long it’s been hard to remain hopeful.

The good news is that allergic rhinitis, also known as hay fever or seasonal allergies, is now being linked to gut health. Simple changes everyone can make—like eating probiotic foods—can improve gut health. So, before you get discouraged about your allergies, learn what science is saying about your gut–sneeze connection.

How Allergies Work

To understand how probiotics could help tame allergies, it helps to know what’s going on in the body during an allergic reaction.

Allergic reactions are the body’s way of getting rid of something it sees as a threat. These unwanted visitors are called antigens. When antigens enter the body, they trigger the release of a hormone called histamine. Histamine leads to inflammation, resulting in allergy symptoms.

An estimated 30 percent of the population in North America deals with hay fever. Their bodies see common antigens like pollen, dander, and dust as dangerous invaders—cue the puffy eyes, congestion, sneezing, and rashes.

While allergy symptoms can put a damper on your fun, a histamine response is natural. It helps protect the body from antigens that can be harmful, and it eliminates them. Imagine if our bodies didn’t encourage a sneeze when strange things entered our sinus cavity—Yuck!

It’s when the immune system overreacts that severe seasonal allergies keep you down and out. But why do some people have this overreaction and not others?

What Causes Hay Fever

In the 1980s, scientists proposed that rising allergy rates were due to super-clean modern environments. Children were no longer exposed to germs found in nature. This is known as the hygiene hypothesis.

Studies show that children raised on natural farms do have fewer cases of hay fever, asthma, and eczema than children raised elsewhere. Their immune systems have learned when to sound the histamine alarm. This explains why some people are married to a box of tissues come May flowers, while others are carefree.

We know that letting in bacteria from nature can help build immunity. Now science is revealing another bacterial link to allergies—the gut microbiome.

The Connection Between Allergies and Gut Health

Research shows a correlation between gut health and cognitive function and a correlation between gut health and mental health. Our gut has rightfully earned the title of “second brain.” But gut intellect doesn’t stop there. We now know that a whopping 70–80 percent of the body’s immune system lives in the gut. So the majority of our immune system relies on a healthy gut ecosystem.

The gut–immunity relationship is symbiotic. Immune cells in the digestive tract, known as Peyer’s patches, protect the gut’s mucus membranes. These membranes are then able to produce and maintain a healthy wall of mucus, giving the good gut bugs a home. These guys break down proteins, enzymes, and vitamins in food, meaning good digestion.

Any disturbance in the microbiome dulls gut function. The largest part of the immune system is then disconnected from the rest of the body. Without this communication, the host is miserable long after an allergen is gone.

An unbalanced microbiome can lead to leaky gut syndrome. In those with leaky gut syndrome, the microflora is depleted, leaving gaps in the gut wall’s mucus. Contents of the gut can then leak through the gut wall and into the bloodstream and organs. Stomach acid and food particles ending up in places where they don’t belong is not a good thing. At this point, the body sees no choice but to have an allergic reaction.

Aside from allergies, poor gut health has been linked to diabetes, Alzheimer’s, heart disease, depression, and obesity. This is all the more reason to start tending to your gut.

The Science on Seasonal Allergies and Probiotics

It’s now common knowledge that probiotics are good for your gut and health. According to the World Health Organization, probiotics are “live microorganisms that, when administered in adequate amounts, confer a health benefit on the host.”

Studies are currently examining the therapeutic use of probiotics for treating allergies. Some probiotics show good results for reducing hay fever symptoms in children. Others show promise for improving quality of life for adults with hay fever.

Research is opening doors, but the idea of probiotics as medicine is still a new kid on the research block. Studies aren’t conclusive yet. Several probiotic strains are being tested with different methods. We’re all eager for a solid answer, but for now we have to look at what we do know to tend to our gut, immunity, and allergies.

Nature’s Best Probiotics

What we know for sure is that probiotics are like fertilizer to the microscopic ecosystem in your gut. They give it diversity to grow and adapt. We also know that people have been eating natural and fermented foods, such as yogurt, for their health benefits for thousands of years.

Once a topic of debate, it has now been confirmed that probiotics in yogurt do survive digestion. This includes L. Acidophilus, S. Thermophilus, B. Bifidum, and L. Bulgaricus. These cultures are found in White Mountain Foods’ traditional style Bulgarian yogurt.

In the midst of getting bogged down by hay fever, chances are the last thing on your mind is your gut microbiome. But remember your immune system needs to work with a team of happy gut bugs. This helps your body know when to go to war and when to make peace with harmless antigens.

Although there’s no silver bullet for seasonal allergies, it may be worth it to conduct your own study. How? By incorporating probiotic yogurt into your diet. What have you got to lose?


Jenessa Stark is a Pacific Northwest-based food and wellness writer. She spends her free time reorganizing her pantry and nudging snow dogs off her yoga mat. 

Monday, April 29, 2019

“I Cannot Believe It”

I am of Lebanese descent. My grandmother and my mother made homemade yogurt with a live active starter that was kept in the fridge from the previous batch. I am talking about this because YOUR yogurt is exactly like the yogurt I make, my mother made, and my grandmother made. I cannot believe it. — Bernadette

Friday, April 26, 2019

Spicy Ranch Dressing

Ingredients:
⅔ c. White Mountain Foods Bulgarian Yogurt
1 Tbsp. lemon juice
1 tsp. honey
½ tsp. Dijon mustard

Directions:
Combine and season to taste. Beat together until well blended.


Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Save On Our Organic Bulgarian Yogurt

Check out our ad in Savory magazine at your local Stop & Shop and save on 16 oz. organic White Mountain Foods Bulgarian Yogurt this month at participating stores in Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts!



Monday, April 8, 2019

“It’s The Only Kind I Will Eat”

My husband and I have been buying your yogurt for probably a couple of years. He is Swedish, and your yogurt is the closest to the plain yogurt you can get in Sweden—it has enough “bite.” I love it because it is natural (two ingredients!) and full of good probiotics! Thank you for making a great product and for getting it on the shelves at my local HEB. - Nancy

I LOVE your yogurt! It's the only kind I will eat - none of the others have any flavor to me anymore. Thanks. ─ Ann

Friday, April 5, 2019

Fried Zucchini & Yogurt Sauce

Ingredients
2 c. White Mountain Foods Bulgarian Yogurt
8 medium zucchini and/or yellow squash
Vegetable oil for deep-frying
1 c. chopped dill
7 garlic cloves, minced

Directions
Preset deep fryer to 375°. Cut zucchini and/or yellow squash into ½″ thick slices. Deep fry for 6–8 minutes until golden brown on surfaces. Let drain. Mix garlic and dill with yogurt for sauce; spoon sauce onto individual zucchini servings. Serves 4.

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Family-Owned-and-Operated Business in Austin, TX

White Mountain Foods might be the best-kept local secret in Austin, Texas. While making a commercial, a member of the film crew said they had been eating and loving our yogurt for years and never knew it was a local product. That’s not the first time Austin residents we’ve met have been surprised that we’re a local, family-owned-and-operated business. This year, we’re hoping to let all of Austin know that the best yogurt in the USA is made right here! 

Monday, March 18, 2019

“Yummy In My Tummy”

I was specifically looking for a fat-free, low-sugar yogurt/probiotic. I found "White Mountain, Bulgarian probiotic" at my local H.E.B. It tastes really good; I shall buy this brand from now on. Added bonus it’s from Austin Texas, and it’s always encouraging to support local businesses. Thank you. — Joanne

Yummy in my tummy! Different than what I’m used to and tastes wonderful. Will try in savory dishes. — Ryan

Friday, March 15, 2019

Lassi (Yogurt Drink)

Ingredients:
5 c. White Mountain Foods Bulgarian Yogurt
5 cardamom pods
6 Tbsp. honey
1 Tbsp. rose water
⅛ tsp. nutmeg

Directions:
Remove seeds from cardamom pods and crush seeds. Blend 3 cups yogurt, crushed cardamom, and honey in an electric blender. Beat remaining yogurt well in a bowl. Add remaining yogurt to contents of blender and mix well. Add rose water to yogurt and mix well. Serve in individual glasses and sprinkle with nutmeg. Serves 4.

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Check Out Our New Website!

Have you noticed yet? We completely revamped our website to make it easier to see and use on more devices. (We also think it looks pretty spiffy!) Check it out at any of the following links: 

Our Website
Bulgarian Yogurt
Contact Us
Vegan Products
Community
Find Our Products at Stores Near You

Monday, February 25, 2019

“Nothing Better On The Market”

“This product stands for its name! I'm from Bulgaria and I'm big on my yogurt. I've been living in the states for more than 10 years and haven't been eating yogurt, because nothing on the supermarket shelves tastes the way it should and stand behind the name yoghurt. Few years ago, I discovered the organic White Mountain Bulgarian Yogurt and—trust me—it tastes exactly the way my mother makes it. There's nothing better on the market.” – Ivaylo

“My name is Georgi and I’m originally from Bulgaria. I just want to thank you for the great Bulgarian yogurt you are making! I would say it’s better than even from my own country! Thank you!!” – Georgi

Friday, February 22, 2019

Recipe for Tarator


Ingredients:
2 c. White Mountain Foods Bulgarian Yogurt
3 cucumbers, finely diced
½ c. walnuts, ground or chopped
3-4 cloves garlic, crushed
dill, finely chopped
¼ c. olive or sunflower oil
salt

Directions:
Beat the yogurt and add the crushed garlic, ground walnuts, finely diced cucumbers, oil and salt to taste. Stir and slightly dilute with cold water to desired consistency. Sprinkle with finely chopped dill and serve. Makes 3–4 servings.

Monday, February 4, 2019

“Such a Great Product!”

“I have been eating the yogurt for a long time now and just love it! Thanks for such a great product!” – Dianne

“SO ... I LOVE your Bulgarian yogurt. I get the whole milk, and alternate between organic and regular. I drive to my nearest Sprouts to stock up on your yogurt.” – Brandy

Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Kashkaval Tourist

If you’re considering visiting Bulgaria or the Balkans, or just want to learn more about the area, customs, people, and food, we ran across a wonderful blog called Kashkaval Tourist. There are stories, pictures, historical information, and tourism attractions, and the food looks delicious! Have a look and follow them on Facebook and Instagram 

Friday, January 25, 2019

Bulgarian Baked Feta




Ingredients
6 Tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil
1 med. onion, sliced
2 bunches kale beetroot or collard leaves, sliced
1½ tsp. curry powder
1½ tsp. salt
1 tsp. black pepper
½ block feta cheese, sliced ½ inch thick
4 crushed garlic cloves
1 15-oz. can rinsed and drained chickpeas
½ c. White Mountain Foods Bulgarian Yogurt, strained
1 Tbsp. lemon juice
toasted bread


Directions
Preheat oven to 350°. Heat (medium setting) 2 Tbsp. oil in a large, oven-safe skillet. Sauté onions until softened, about 6–8 minutes. Add the greens in small batches until all are in the pan. Stir occasionally and continue to cook for about 5 minutes until tender but still crispy. Add ½ tsp. curry powder, 1 tsp. salt, and ½ tsp. pepper and stir. Next, add 1 cup water. Place feta on top of greens. Bake about 10 minutes, just until feta is soft.

While the dish is baking, heat (medium setting) the remaining 4 Tbsp. oil in a medium saucepan. Add garlic and stir, cooking about 2 minutes until the garlic is fragrant and caramelized. Add the chickpeas, 1 tsp. salt, 1/2 tsp. pepper. Continue cooking 8–10 minutes, occasionally tossing the mixture, until chickpeas are browned and crisp around the edges. Season with the remaining 1 tsp. curry powder.

In a small bowl, combine the White Mountain Foods Bulgarian Yogurt, lemon juice, and a pinch of salt. Pour the chickpeas and toasted garlic over the greens and feta. Dollop with the seasoned yogurt and serve with toast.



Monday, January 14, 2019

Great Bulgarian Yogurt

My mom has been diagnosed with Crohn’s disease and colitis, and she has been battling small bowel cancer for the past three years. With so many intestinal problems, her diet is limited. She recently came for a visit. While she was here, I turned her on to your Bulgarian Yogurt, and she responded wonderfully to it. My husband and I love your product, and we are fortunate to have a retailer close to us. (I do have to buy six at a time because they always sell out so quickly . . . lol). – Stacey

My name is Georgi, and I’m originally from Bulgaria. I just wanted to thank you for the great Bulgarian yogurt you are making! I would say it’s even better than from my own country! Thank you! – Georgi

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

The Health Food Industry

In his latest blog post, our CEO Jeff Murray examines the so-called “natural foods” industry:

“The marriage of the conventional food industry and the health food industry gave birth to the natural foods industry because their focus was on providing what they called “all-natural” foods, an artificial construct with marketing soundbite appeal that reflected their focus on profit instead of health. The trick was that an ingredient list could be “scrubbed” to look all-natural when it really wasn’t. The food product was the same health negative product, but it now had an all-natural sounding ingredient list. For example, MSG was converted to seaweed extract, and sugar became cane juice.”


Wednesday, January 2, 2019

Lisa Kara, NTP is a Winner!

Lisa Kara, a Nutrition Therapist Practitioner who goes by the name of zincnutrition on Instagram, posted a picture of a fridge stocked with delicious and nutritious food - including a jar of White Mountain Foods Organic Bulgarian Yogurt!

We’re sending her a coupon for a FREE JAR of our yogurt! You can also be a winner by posting a pic of eating our yogurt, stocking it in your fridge, or using it as an ingredient. Be sure and include a picture of the jar!

Thanks for the shout out, Lisa! It’s people like you that have helped grow this company into what it is today!