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Israeli Company Uses Zero-Waste Process To Make Plant-Based Yogurt

January 15, 2019: 12:00 AM EST
Israel’s Yofix Probiotics Ltd. has launched a dairy-free, soy-free yogurt alternative line using a clean-label formula involving a few natural ingredients. The yogurt is traditionally fermented and contains live probiotic cultures, plus the prebiotic fibers that feed them. The products, available in three fruit flavors, use no cow milk and, unlike almond or cashew, do not require a great amount of water. The production process is carefully designed to ensure zero waste: all raw materials used in production remain in the final product. The company plans to launch globally, and will also debut plant-based dairy substitutes for milk, yogurt drinks, cream cheese, coffee creamers, and ice cream. [Image Credit: © Yofix Probiotics Ltd.]
"Yofix Launches Clean-label, Plant-based Yogurt Alternative", PR Newswire, January 15, 2019, © PR Newswire Association LLC
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