• Nancy’s Probiotic Foods Celebrates 60th Anniversary by Expanding of its Oatmilk Yogurt Line

    Nancy’s Probiotic Foods celebrates its 60th anniversary by launching new flavors to its oat milk yogurt line. The expansion of its non-dairy options includes the addition of Passion-Fruit Banana and Apple Cinnamon to its current line-up of Plain, Vanilla, Strawberry Hibiscus, and Blueberry. The new products will be available in early 2020 nationwide. 

    Nancy's Oat milk yogurt Medium
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    Nancy’s introduced the first nationally distributed Oatmilk Non-Dairy Yogurt in the US  in early 2019 which has risen to become the leading Oatmilk Non-Dairy yogurt offering in natural food stores. The entire Oatmilk Non-Dairy Yogurt line is Non-GMO Project Verified and offers 6 grams of plant-based protein per serving. In addition to being vegan, they are also free from soy, peanuts, and tree-nuts and offer a gluten-free option. All of Nancy’s Oatmilk Non-Dairy Yogurts are also are lower in sugar than similar flavors of competing brands, and they deliver the creaminess of dairy yogurt with billions of live non-dairy probiotics per serving.

    “This year marks the 60th anniversary of Springfield Creamery, which is amazing, as it has been quite a journey. My parents started Springfield Creamery right out of college, in 1960. Today there are three generations of us working side-by-side every day.  We still remain a family-owned and operated company, right here in Oregon where we started,” said Sheryl Kesey Thompson, Co-owner/VP of Marketing.

    “We are so honored by the decades of support our family and Nancy’s have received, and we are pleased to still be feeding generations of families healthy probiotic food, all these years later,” Thompson added.

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