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The Return of Lavva: After Two Years, Beloved Plant-Based Yogurt Re-Launches in Stores

After a two-year hiatus, plant-based yogurt favorite Lavva is returning to US retailers. Prior to the 2020 pandemic, Lavva, known for its clean-label yogurt made with pili nuts, was experiencing strong growth and gained a highly devoted fan base. But months into the COVID pandemic, the company was forced to pivot from retail to online shipping, and additional challenges brought on by the global crisis further disrupted its supply chain and production. By 2021, Lavva’s products had largely disappeared from stores, leading many sad and disappointed fans to believe the company had permanently closed down.  Making a comeback But Lavva devotees can rejoice again, because the company is officially back and working on re-stocking in stores. As Founder and Chief Growth Officer Elizabeth Fisher explains, …


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Lavva Plant-Based Yogurt Acquired by Next in Natural, Names Jeff Lichtenstein as New CEO

Dairy-free yogurt brand Lavva announces it has been acquired by its lead operating partner, Next in Natural, a New York-based business development studio. Through the partnership, Lavva is also appointing Jeff Lichtenstein as its new CEO, and adding several strategic investors to its team.  According to Lavva, Lichtenstein brings extensive experience in launching and scaling national CPG brands in the natural category. As the founder and CEO of Gourmet Guru (acquired by UNFI), Lichtenstein helped to launch such well-known brands as Chobani, Stumptown Coffee, and Hu.  “Lavva is what’s next in natural – delicious and nutritious plant-based products aligned with consumer demand for clean, whole food, functional, regenerative ingredients, and convenience,” says Lichtenstein. “Joining forces with these outstanding partners allows us to fortify the supply chain …


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Vegan Business Solidarity: Ten Plant-Based Leaders Reveal Their Favourite Vegan Companies

In these uncertain times when many businesses are suffering hardship or even facing closure, we at vegconomist reached out to plantbased leaders across the globe and asked them to nominate their most-loved vegan business, which they feel is deserving of love and support from the vegan community right now.


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Lavva: “We Work Closely With Our Growers to Ensure Ongoing Sustainable Harvesting”

When the founders of Lavva had been looking for a plant-based yogurt which did not taste like an alternative to dairy, their search came back empty. So they decided to create their own; as an “alternative to the alternatives”, Lavva yogurt is formed from the nutritious pili nut which creates a texture as rich as any dairy product.