Goats' Milk Yogurts
St Helen’s Farm NATURAL goats’ milk yogurt is made in a unique way that means we retain all the goodness of fresh milk without the need for any added ingredients.
Two become one
In fact, it takes TWO litres of fresh farm milk to make ONE litre of our whole milk Natural yogurt, which is a reason why it tastes so deliciously creamy!
We use our thick and creamy whole milk natural yogurt as the base for our flavoured yogurts.
Our irresistible Raspberry & Goji and Peach & Passion fruit yogurt are ideal for lunchboxes and snacks.
They are presented in the layered style, with creamy goats’ milk yogurt on the top and the delicious fruit on the bottom.
Whichever goats’ milk yogurt you choose, they are all ‘live’ and made with four different cultures:
- Lactobacillus bulgaricus
- Streptococcus thermophilus
- Lactobacillus acidophilus
- Bifidobacterium lactis
These beneficial bacteria can often help maintain a healthy digestive system.
The health benefits
Discover the differences between cow and goats milk and learn about the gentle benefits of a goats' milk diet.Helen BondConsultant Dietitian
The fresh milk is put through a special filtration process that takes out some of the water and effectively concentrates the milk and helps to thicken it.
Once we ferment the milk and add the live cultures it thickens naturally and means that we do not need to add any thickeners such as starches and gums you find in many yogurts.
Neither do we add any sugar because any sweetness comes naturally from the milk. Goats’ milk has a lovely mild and fresh taste.
Fat Free Yogurt
For those of you who are watching the calories, we also produce a FAT FREE yogurt. Made with skimmed goats milk and no additives other than live cultures it has 0% fat and 55% fewer calories than our whole milk natural yogurt. Which means that each 150g serving contains only 71 calories.
Now available in many Waitrose and Tesco stores and the online retailer Ocado.
The natural yogurt pot carries the Great Taste Gold logo, which is an award we have achieved for product excellence in every year since 2011. The annual awards are run by the Guild of Fine Food. The yogurt is one of only a small number of products judged to be of 'Gold' status, out of thousands across the country.