Siggi's® Raspberry Skyr Icelandic-Style Strained Non-Fat Yogurt
siggi's® Icelandic Nonfat Strained Raspberry Yogurt is an ode to deeply rooted Scandinavian dairy tradition that has been a part of Icelandic culture for centuries. siggi's® founder wasn't thrilled with the overly sweet and artificial taste of other US yogurt brands, inspiring him to create thoughtfully simple yogurt sourced with milk from family farms. And speaking of milk, each cup of siggi's® raspberry yogurt uses 4x the amount of milk than a regular cup of yogurt – making it rich in protein without all the sugar. siggi's® yogurt is thick and creamy – ideal as a non-fat addition breakfast, a nutritious snack, or an afternoon pick-me-up. Pair with your favorite toppings, like fresh berries and granola, or enjoy as is. Our nonfat raspberry yogurt contains 5 simple ingredients without all those dreadful artificial sweeteners.
- siggi's® Icelandic Strained Nonfat Raspberry Yogurt has more protein than sugar – making for a quick breakfast, nutritious snack, or afternoon pick-me-up
- siggi's® Icelandic nonfat yogurt is made with simple ingredients, real raspberries, and not a lot of sugar. Includes live and active cultures
- All natural, non-GMO, no high-fructose corn syrup, no artificial sweeteners or preservatives. Simple, tasty ingredients without the sweet tooth. Packaged in a single serve 5.3 oz. cup.
- With 15g of protein per serving, this nonfat snack will keep you fuller, longer
- One serving of siggi's® yogurt uses 4x the amount of milk as a regular cup of yogurt, making a thick and creamy, protein-rich yogurt
Pasteurized Skim Milk, Raspberries, Cane Sugar, Fruit Pectin, Live Active Cultures Live Active Cultures: S. Thermophilus, L. Delbrueckii Subsp. Bulgaricus, B. Lactis, L. Acidophilus, L. Delbrueckii Subsp. Lactis
Contains Milk and its Derivatives.
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