Siggi’s! Finally, yogurt without so much sugar.

June 26th, 2014

When I’ve attempted to shop for yogurt, it has usually ended with me putting everything back and walking away frustrated.

Why? Why? Why?

do you yogurt makers of America have to put so much

sugar in your yogurt?

And also, triple-why, do you have to put so many artificial ingredients in there too?

Isn’t it supposed to be healthy? Ah, that’s what makes me most angry of all: Thinking about the consumers who put sugary, artificial something or other in their shopping carts thinking they’re doing something good.


Well, the people at Siggi’s decided to make a good yogurt. One of the few good ones around, no doubt. Pardon my photos of Siggi’s Vanilla yogurt. I just can’t photography white things.

I like….

vanilla-yogurtthat this Icelandic-style yogurt tastes good.

that it has simple ingredients (pasteurized skim milk, organic agave nectar, Madagascar bourbon vanilla, live active cultures).

that it doesn’t have artificial sweeteners or growth hormones.

that it has a tab you can pull it make it easy to remove the paper wrapper to recycle separately from the plastic tub.

that it doesn’t taste like it’s non-fat yogurt.

that a 5.3-ounce container has only 100 calories and 9 grams of sugar.

What do you like about Siggi’s yogurt?