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Anyone know why soy yogurt is disappearing?

In the Bay Area, Whole Foods and New Leaf markets (local chain)--but that's it. Maybe if you ask your WF they'll bring it in? I do miss Wildwood--don't know what happened there.

Jul 26, 2013
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Anyone know why soy yogurt is disappearing?

Wildwood and Nancy's both used different formulas. This weekend I went to the Whole Foods closest to my house and they had Nancy's plain soy and flavored. Unfortunately, the plain is now in a smaller container for the same price (24 instead of 32 oz). The little ones were on sale for $1/ea, though. I told them how overjoyed I was to find soygurt back in stock.

Jul 01, 2013
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Anyone know why soy yogurt is disappearing?

But this doesn't explain why I can't find Wildwood, Nancy's, or other brands anywhere.

Jun 24, 2013
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Anyone know why soy yogurt is disappearing?

I noticed that, as well, and I totally agree.

Jun 21, 2013
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Anyone know why soy yogurt is disappearing?

I've tried making soy yogurt in the past, and the results have been less than salubrious...I don't remember what brand I used, but it was quite some time ago, so there weren't as many choices. I've been considering trying it again.

Jun 21, 2013
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Anyone know why soy yogurt is disappearing?

Not all of us have the option of eating dairy-based yogurt. I'm allergic to dairy--not lactose-intolerant, but mouth-swells-up allergic. If dairy-eaters can choose from a huge wall of yogurt varieties--including the bizarre amplification of the Greek yogurt category--isn't there room for a few soy varieties?

Anyone know why soy yogurt is disappearing?

It's been disappearing here (Bay Area) for a while. I've asked at Trader Joe's, and they don't know the reason. The brands slowly started disappearing from Whole Foods a few months ago, and the dairy guy said the almond milk yogurts are gone, as well.

I can't stand the coconut stuff, either.

Whole Soy (I don't like their yogurt--the plain is too bitter, and they use cane sugar in the rest of their products, while Nancy's uses agave, and Wildwood's plain tastes just fine) moved to a new facility and had trouble ramping up production, among other things (http://www.wholesoyco.com/blog).

I miss my soygurt.

Jun 13, 2013
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