Buyers’ Picks: Specialty Yogurt

Arielle Feger | 3 Mar 2021

Whether made from dairy or plant-based dairy alternatives, yogurt is a versatile product. It can provide a healthy start to the day or be an indulgent afternoon snack. SFA News Daily asked retailers to share their top picks for yogurts on shelves today.

Seth Walker, Healthy Living Market, South Burlington, Vermont

• Culina Plant-Based Yogurt

• Larson Farm and Creamery 100% Grass Fed Organic Yogurt

• Oatly Oatgurt

• Siggis Strained Whole Milk Yogurt

• Sweet Rowen Farmstead Cream Top Yogurt

“Larson Farm and Creamery’s organic yogurt has gathered somewhat of a cult following. It hits all the trend check boxes for our customers. It’s local, organic, grass-fed, and the milk is from A2 cows who produce milk that contains only the A2 variant of beta-casein protein. In the allergen friendly world, A2 milk is becoming a more sought-after alternative for people with lactose intolerance.” – Seth Walker, Healthy Living Market, South Burlington, Vermont

Sasha and Bob Sickles, Sickles Market, Little Silver, New Jersey

• Chobani Less Sugar Greek Yogurt Alphonso Mango

• Cocojune Organic Cultured Coconut Yogurt

• Fage Total Greek Yogurt with Honey

• La Fermiere Creamy Whole Milk Yogurt

• Siggis Strained Whole Milk Yogurt

“La Fermiere is delicious and creamy, with seasonal flavors and is perfect for breakfast or dessert. The plain flavor is wonderful for mixing with fruit or granola. The fruit based flavors are always incredibly rich and flavorful.” – Sasha and Bob Sickles, Sickles Market, Little Silver, New Jersey

Suraj Shrestha, National Frontier Market, Brooklyn, New York

• Brown Cow Yogurt Whole Milk Yogurt

• Forager Organic Dairy-Free Cashewmilk Yogurt

• Lavva Dairy Free Pili Nut Yogurt

• So Delicious Coconutmilk Yogurt

• Stonyfield Organic Yogurt