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Forager Project - Organic Peach Cashewmilk Yogurt, 5.3ozBrand - Forager Project
Delicious yogurt, made healthy? The Forager Project Organic Peach Cashewmilk Yogurt is a probiotic goldmine, and its delicious fruity flavor is not to be missed!
- Peach Flavored Cashewmilk Yogurt
- Contains Probiotics
- Made with Active Cultures
- Keep Refrigerated
Looking for a vegan yogurt you can feel good about eating? We’ve found it. It’s the Forager Project Organic Peach Cashewmilk Yogurt!
Fresh and flavorful, just the way you like it, the Forager Project’s Organic Cashewmilk Peach Yogurt is the ultimate sweet treat… So delicious, it’s not hard to believe it is made with organic real peaches. It’s the perfect way to start your day, or the perfect snack to keep you going throughout it.
The best part? Formulated for your body, as well as your tastebuds, this Forager yogurt contains a whopping 1 billion live active gut-loving probiotic CFUs in every serving. Pretty neat, right?
It’s also antioxidant-rich, gluten-free, non-GMO, and Kosher! Basically, this peach delight ticks all the right boxes. One taste and you will see what we are raving about.
Cashewmilk (Filtered Water, Cashews*), Cane Sugar*, Peaches*, Tapioca Starch*, Pectin, Natural Flavor*, Locust Bean Gum*, Coconut Cream*, Lemon Juice Concentrate*, Pumpkin And Apple Juice* (For Color), Annatto* (For Color), Live Active Cultures (S. Thermophilus, L. Bulgaricus, L. Acidophilus, Bifidus, L. Lactis, L. Plantarum)
Allergens: Tree Nuts (Cashews, Coconuts)
Frequently Asked Questions
Why are the Forager Project Organic Cashewmilk Yogurts made with cashew milk?
The Forager Project team bases all of its dairy-free products on cashew milk. Why? Because it tastes so good! With an amazingly luxurious creamy texture, but mild flavor that does not overpower, cashew milk makes the perfect substitute for dairy. But that’s not all. They also chose cashews, organically farmed in ethical and sustainable ways in Vietnam, to meet their strict ethical standards, so they are good for our tummies without being bad for the environment!