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Wallaby Organic

Posted on Thursday, October 4th, 2012 at 11:48 am
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Wallaby Organic yogurt was born after the company’s founders visited Australia in 1992. They quickly fell in love with the creamy Australian-style yogurt they enjoyed. Upon returning to the states, they decided to bring Australian-style yogurt to the market, so Americans could enjoy this delicious yogurt nationwide. Today, Wallaby Organic produces several varieties of yogurt for both kids and grown-ups alike. They also produce a European-style sour cream. All of Wallaby Organic’s products are made with organic ingredients. They use dairy sourced from small, family-owned farms. All of their products are certified organic and free from artificial ingredients and gelatins. Wallaby Organic offers Australian-style yogurt in original, non-fat, low-fat, and Greek varieties. They also produce special product lines made specifically for babies and children.

Individual 6 oz. cups of Wallaby yogurt sell for around $1.50 a cup. Prices may vary in individual stores. Visit the official Wallaby Organic website for information on where all of their ingredients come from as well as information on where you can find any of their products in a store near you. Wallaby Organic operates out of American Canyon, California.

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