Silks adds yogurt alternatives to its Oat Yeah line
The offerings are made with an oat base and live and active cultures.
Silk, Broomfield, Colo., said it is expanding its line of Oat Yeah products with the introduction of Oat Yeah “oatmilk” yogurt alternatives. The products are now available at grocery stores nationwide.
Silk said its latest innovation takes the plant-based trend beyond the beverage aisle, using a creamy oat base to make the dairy-free line. Oat Yeah yogurt alternatives combine gluten-free oats with live and active cultures to create a creamy product.
The yogurt alternatives are available in four flavors: Vanilla, Mixed Berry, Strawberry and Mango. All varieties are dairy-free, nut-free, soy-free, Vegan Action Certified and Non-GMO Project Verified, the company said.
“Creating a yogurt alternative was the natural next step after our well-received Silk Oat Yeah oatmilk beverage launch earlier this year,” said Joshua Cook, brand manager of plant-based yogurt for Silk. “Oat Yeah oatmilk yogurt alternatives are a tasty option for any person looking to make progress toward their health and wellness goals — whether they have specific dietary needs or are simply looking to try something new.”
Silk said Oat Yeah yogurt alternatives have a suggested retail price of $1.89 per 5.3-ounce cup.