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Forager Project, a San Francisco-based company, is releasing a line of plant-based yogurt products, made with creamy cashew and coconut milk. The new products will be Coconut Cashew Milk and Coconut Cashewgurt.

Forager CEO Stephen Williamson said, “Full fat is back. We’ve combined cashews and coconut to create rich, creamy, plant-based milk and yogurt that will blow away the full-fat dairy eater.”


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Their Cashewgurt is a yogurt alternative, rich in probiotic goodness, is non-GMO, and also certified organic. The flavors include berry, lime, coconut, and mango. Forager’s new Cashewmilk will come in an Unsweetened Plain and an Unsweetened Vanilla, which will be perfect for baking, dipping and morning coffee’s.

Forager Project’s Full Fat Coconut Cashewmilk and Coconut Cashewgurt are available in stores nationwide, including Whole Foods, Safeway, Kroger, and Albertson’s.

“Our goal at Forager is to make it easier to eat organic, plant-based food,” said ForagerProject co-founder John-Charles Hanley. “Animal agriculture is a huge contributor to Climate change. The more that people move to a plant-based diet, the better off we’ll be.”

We can’t wait to try these!

Want to make some dairy-free yogurt at home?

Use these 3 creamy and tasty recipes from the Food Monster App!

Hazelnut Kiss YogurtHazelnut Kiss Yogurt

This creamy Hazelnut Kiss Yogurt really showcases the amazing combination of hazelnut and chocolate. It has a deliciously creamy texture without feeling too heavy. Yum!

4-Ingredient Probiotic Oat Yogurt4-Ingredient Probiotic Oat Yogurt

This beautiful 4-Ingredient Probiotic Oat Yogurt uses oats and young coconut blended together to create a rich and creamy treat similar to Greek yogurt.

Coconut Probiotic YogurtCoconut Probiotic Yogurt

For creamy coconut flavors, try making this Coconut Probiotic Yogurt at home. If you struggle with digesting foods and have a slow elimination, then fermentation is the route for you.

If you enjoy vegan yogurt recipes and news like this, we highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App, it’s available for both Android and iPhone and has free and paid versions. The app is loaded with thousands of allergy-friendly & vegan recipes/cooking tips, has hundreds of search filters and features like bookmarking, meal plans and more!

Lead image source: Forager Project/Facebook

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