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Posted on Tuesday, October 9th, 2012 at 11:06 am
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Siggi’s started out in 2004 as a way for the founder, Siggi Hilmarsson to enjoy Icelandic-style yogurt he loved in Iceland while living in New York. This style of tart yogurt is called skyr and is made using more milk than traditional yogurt. Siggi’s skyr is made with all-natural ingredients free from additives, preservatives, and artificial flavors with milk from hormone-free cows. Their products are lightly sweetened with agave nectar instead of regular cane sugar. Siggi’s fruit flavored and vanilla yogurts are made using real fruit and vanilla beans for an all natural taste. Drinkable yogurt and probiotic drinks are also available from Siggi’s to keep you healthy on the go.

Currently, Siggi’s Skyr can be found in several health and natural food stores nationwide. Visit the official Siggi’s website for more information on where you can find any of their products in a store near you. Individual single serving cups of Siggi’s skyr sell for around $2.50 each. Prices may vary in individual stores. Siggi’s operates out of New York, New York.

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