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Todd Smyth says ...
Siggi's is one of the only yogurts I can find that lists the active cultures, including Acidophilus or maybe it's the only one I can read? Please let me know if I'm wrong about this? They also are one of the few that lists the cultures on their website. If this is true, they should make a bigger deal about this because along with the greater amount of milk needed to make the product (high protein/low calorie), this is why it costs more and is well worth the extra cost. Probiotics are not just about making you more regular, they're about improving the way your body digests and uses the other nutrients you eat. Just plain cleansing flushes the good with the bad and can make you weaker and lower your immune system, while good probiotics can boost your digestion and help your body make better use of the other good things you might be eating or taking + you poop better, while feeling better. High protein + low calorie + listed probiotics = higher quality product and a little more cost. Makes sense.
04/08/2013 12:47:26 PM CDT
A says ...
I second the request of an earlier poster: Can you please make this available at the Whole Foods in Vancouver, BC?! I currently live in NYC where this awesome yogurt is available just about everywhere, but I deeply miss it every time I go back home to visit my family in Vancouver. Now it looks like I may soon be moving back to Vancouver permanently and I don't know what I will do without my Siggi's!
05/19/2013 3:03:53 PM CDT
Nikki - Community Moderator says ...
@A - Our products are purchased at the store/regional level. Let your local store know that you are interested them carrying this and they will look in to it for you!
05/20/2013 4:04:52 PM CDT
Claudia says ...
I love it. What not to like about it.....everything is perfect, the thickness, the sweetness and the flavors are do subtle. Not forgetting it is organic....which makes it even better. I enjoy it with a little spoon so it lasts more :D But I have a very hard time finding it....so far it has been TWO weeks without it....
06/18/2013 9:08:30 PM CDT
darling says ...
I just tried the little shot bucket from Whole Foods. Delicious. It doesn't have directions on how often to take it, so that's what I'm searching for now on this early morning.
06/24/2013 9:55:11 AM CDT
darling says ...
I see now that it is just a wonderful yogurt that I can have anytime I want with a googlely-gop of probiotics in it. Aaaahsome!
06/24/2013 9:57:54 AM CDT
teresa schmitt says ...
i love this product but am so frustrated trying to find it .....there is no whole foods near me ...which is also frustrating .....please get this product into other stores .......and dont stop making it
07/11/2013 6:26:53 PM CDT
Elizabeth says ...
I live closest to the La Jolla, CA store and, as of late, Whole Foods has stopped carrying Icelandic skyr (that is, the brand made in Iceland - Skyr.is). Siggi's cannot be compared and, in my opinion, is not any better than everyday yogurt (meh). I wish stores would stop pushing Greek yogurt (and boring Siggi's, for that matter) and start selling the real skyr! Nothing beats it!!
09/06/2013 5:27:30 PM CDT
Teela says ...
Siggis yogurt is the best yogurt I have ever had! YAY for SIGGIS!!
11/26/2013 2:45:11 PM CST

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