Harmless Harvest debuts dairy-free yogurt alternatives

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Harmless Harvest debuts dairy-free yogurt alternatives


Harmless Harvest is making its mark in the ever-growing world of dairy-free yogurt alternatives.

The San Francisco-based brand, best known for its coconut-based beverages, unveiled its new yogurt alternative lineup, which utilizes young Thai coconuts, the company said.

“With this new product line, Harmless Harvest will use the entire coconut for both its water and yogurt alternative, further living its brand promise to always consider its impact from seed to shelf,” Ben Mand, CEO of Harmless Harvest, said. “For more than a decade, Harmless Harvest has sourced coconuts from farms in Thailand. It's a work in progress, but we're consistently striving to do less harm and more good in everything we do.”

Featuring four flavors of spoonable single-serve cups — plain, strawberry, vanilla and blueberry — the line also contains single-serve and multi-serve drinkable yogurts.  

“Harmless Harvest's dairy-free yogurt alternative line brings delicious flavor to the dairy-free yogurt aisle,” Heather Cutter, senior vice president of brand, innovation and marketing at Harmless Harvest said. “We recognized an opportunity to give plant-based yogurts a makeover by re-imagining the taste, texture, and recipe development of a beloved household staple that can be loved by both dairy and non-dairy consumers. It's an innovative addition to the plant-based yogurt category.”

In addition, Harmless Harvest’s new launches are made with organic meat from young Thai coconuts, are free of dairy and soy, contain MCTs from coconuts, are naturally cultured with seven live active yogurt strains and do not contain gums or artificial additives, the company said.

Shoppers can find Harmless Harvest’s organic dairy-free coconut yogurt alternative at food markets for the suggested retail price of $2.29 per cup.