Siggi’s Introduces No Sugar-Added Yogurt
Siggi’s has been my go-to yogurt for awhile. I love its creamy, velvety texture that’s as thick as all get out. It’s slightly tangy, but not as tart as traditional Greek yogurt. There’s something almost luxurious tasting about it, too.
So when I had a chance to try samples of its new no-added sugar variety, I jumped at the chance.
Right now, there are only two flavors offered in this line: Peach & Mango, and Banana & Cinnamon.
Both are 4 percent whole-milk yogurts. Both have no-added-sugar beyond what is already in the fruit used. Both boast the wonderful thick body of regular Siggi’s. But I think these have more flavor. When there’s is less sugar to mask everything else, the true taste of the fruit and spices shine through. The Peach & Mango tastes as if you stirred fresh fruit into plain yogurt, yourself. The Banana & Cinnamon really has a pristine banana flavor with the warmth of cinnamon.
The no-added-sugar yogurts each have 5 grams of sugar, 10 grams of protein and 110 calories for the Peach & Mango, and 120 calories for the Banana & Cinnamon. By comparison, the regular 4 percent Siggi’s have 8 grams of sugar, 12 grams of protein, and as much as 140 calories.
I like these so much that I’m hoping the company adopts all their flavors to no-sugar-added.
Find the 125-gram containers for about $1.69 at Whole Foods.