Our Very Own Yogurt Facility

on Thursday, 11 July 2013. Posted in Announcements

Returning Fall 2013


Thank you for hanging in there with us, and all your encouraging messages, through this difficult time while we work on getting WholeSoy yogurts back into full production. We have been openly sharing our story with you week by week as it unfolds and we have a whole lot more to share with you that developed over the 4th of July weekend.

For a quick recap: The facility that previously helped us make and package our soy yogurt (called a co-packer in the industry) abruptly closed its doors and stopped making our products giving us only three days' notice. We were fortunate to have been in the process of setting up a new facility, but moving yogurt production is a complicated endeavor that typically takes six months or more to complete. Last month, we were able to get some yogurt made and shipped but clearly not enough. The new co-packer had not lived up to our expectations, or yours, so we extended our timeline.

However, it has become painfully clear, even after all the long hours we put into trying to make it work, that the new co-packer will not be able to meet the high demand for WholeSoy yogurts either. We know, we are thinking the same thing, how on earth is this possible and can we get a break?!

Here's a little more insight:

With the huge increase in popularity of yogurt overall in recent years, there aren't enough yogurt co-packing facilities with availability. Plus, with the increase in popularity of WholeSoy, most yogurt co-packing facilities aren't able to accommodate our needed capacity with a 5-day a week yogurt-making schedule. In recent years, using a co-packer has been an ongoing struggle not only for us but for many other yogurt companies who are unable to meet growing consumer demand because there just aren't enough existing yogurt manufacturing facilities with availability.

But rather than give up all together, we're taking a huge exciting leap - we're building our very own yogurt making facility from the ground up! A completely dairy-free facility too!!!

It has been our long standing dream here at WholeSoy to have our very own yogurt facility. With our own yogurt plant we will have complete control over the entire process, not to mention our own destiny.

We have never pursued this venture in the past because building a yogurt manufacturing facility from the ground up is a hugely expensive undertaking, particularly for a small independent company like us. The challenges of the last few months, however, have made it clear that having our own yogurt facility is critical to our survival.

So, we're ready to take the plunge and are gearing up to finally make this dream become a reality!

About our very own yogurt facility

We currently make our non-GMO, organic soy base (the first ingredient in every cup of our delicious yogurts) in our own state-of-the-art facility in Modesto, CA. Over the next few months we will transform this soy milk plant into a complete yogurt facility. The process will involve obtaining certifications, coordinating installation and calibration of all the necessary equipment and much more.


WholeSoy yogurts return this Fall

Due to this exciting change in course, our hope to have yogurt back on the shelves in August isn't realistic. We have already started with the first steps toward the new WholeSoy Yogurt facility and we'll work quickly, but we are going to take the time to get every part right. We are aiming for the return of WholeSoy products this fall.

We'll keep you posted along the way, including you in every step of the process on our blog, and on Facebook with pictures and updates from our staff and even from Ted Nordquist, the founder and CEO himself!


You mean the world to us and so we come to you with many more apologies for the unavailability of WholeSoy. We're doing everything possible to keep the same independently owned and operated WholeSoy & Co. going, so you all can enjoy your favorite soy yogurt again this year. Again, sincere appreciation for all of the encouraging messages you've sent our way during this difficult time. They help remind us of why we're here—because of all of you—and that gives us the perseverance and courage to continue.


Thank you!

- The WholeSoy & Co. Team


WholeSoy is proudly independently owned and fiercely dedicated to making the best tasting vegan soy yogurt on the market! All our products are Non-GMO Project verified and use only US grown, single-source, organic soybeans.


write-congressIf you have yet to share the following with us, please feel free to do so now, as the following information helps a whole lot. Just in case your favorite store is on the fence about making space for WholeSoy again in the near future:

 1. Where do you want to see WholeSoy yogurts carried again? Include the name of the store (city & state, if possible), please.

 2. Why is WholeSoy the yogurt for you and/or for your family?


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Comments (224)

  • Deb
    11 July 2013 at 23:59 |

    I'll be anxiously awaiting! Good luck with your new facilities.

  • Anonymous
    12 July 2013 at 02:47 |

    Wow, Thank GOODNESS! Been worried, and been MISSING MISSING MISSING Whole Soy Co. Plain Yogurt. Godspeede!

  • harpreno
    12 July 2013 at 07:04 |

    Your soy yogurts are so much tastier than the few we have been able to track down since someone put a kink in your pipline! We'd love to see them return to Whole Foods, Raleys, and Safeway in Reno/Sparks. We will be keeping every good wish flowing your way.

  • Nicole
    12 July 2013 at 14:10 |

    Best of luck in the transition and new facility! I am disappointed we won't be able to enjoy your yogurt for a couple months but I know the wait will be worth it.

    I think it would help to ensure the stores who used to carry your yogurt are aware of the schedule and reason for delay. We buy your yogurt at multiple Whole Foods in Napa, CA; Chapel Hill, NC; and Durham, NC and Weaver Street Market in Chapel Hill, NC; Carborro, NC; and Hillsborough, NC. Since they stopped carrying your products in April, I have been checking in with them periodically and I always hear a different story. Two days ago, the purchaser for the Chapel Hill Weaver Street Market told me you were out of business, there would never be any more Whole Soy Yogurt, and they were switching to Silk. I told him I thought you were just moving facilities but he was insistent. It would be a shame to loose stores based on misinformation.

    Again, best of luck to you from a vegan family of 4.

    • WholeSoy
      12 July 2013 at 17:24 |

      Hi Nicole,

      Thank you for the words of encouragement and support! Also, thank you very much for alerting us about your local store. We have been sending almost weekly updates to all our retail store contacts and distributors who are very much in the loop with our situation.

      Unfortunately, not every single person at the grocery store level receives the memo at times about every single shortage matter. We called the store directly to correct their information as well. Please feel free to alert us if this happens again. We're happy to address the issue.

      Thank you!

  • Anonymous
    12 July 2013 at 16:06 |

    I would love to have Publix grocery stores in the southern metro Atlanta area carry Whole Soy. We are moving from LA to an area where there is no Trader Joe's, Whole Foods, Sprouts, etc. anywhere near us. My 1 year old loves your yogurt and has a dairy allergy, so we will be very sad if we can't get it in the future. We have been missing it the last few months!

  • Anonymous
    12 July 2013 at 16:52 |

    Now I know why I have been searching fruitlessly for your yogurt. I miss it tremendously, and can't wait for it to be available again. My favorite flavors are peach and plain. I would love for it to be carried in Stop and Shop in Morris Plains NJ, in Grass Roots in Morristown NJ, in Whole Foods in West Orange and Madison NJ, and in Publix and Whole Foods in Boca Raton Florida.
    All good wishes to you on your transition.

  • Anonymous
    12 July 2013 at 16:52 |


    WAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!! -throws self on floor kicking and flailing-

    ah well, it is what it is i guess... i'll have to buy out my local Roots' current stock of strawberry i guess.

    will you still be using the current co-packer while you build? a trickle of yogurt is better than none.... thx!

  • Sarah DG
    Sarah DG
    12 July 2013 at 17:16 |

    I will be anxiously awaiting your return. I hope that you come back with the exact same recipe as before. Your yogurt is the only one out there with a decent taste.

  • Anonymous
    12 July 2013 at 21:28 |

    Hawthorne valley farm store, harlemville N Y. .......Kaaterskill health foods,
    Hudson, NY.
    Reason we like it: YUMMY! We get quart size. Plain. Unsweetened.
    we hope you make NO changes. I
    It is just right!

  • Bill
    12 July 2013 at 21:33 |

    Congratulations on taking this huge step. I believe this will serve you well.

  • Lisa
    13 July 2013 at 02:53 |

    OK, last night I had a dream that I was savoring my breakfast of unsweetened plain yoghurt. Unfortunately it was just a dream; it is my perfect pre-swim workout food. But I am feeling your pain as well. I wish your entire team good sleep throughout the next six months. I appreciate all your hard work and look forward to seeing you front center in the stores. I'd love for you to continue selling Whole Foods and Sprouts in West Los Angeles & Palm Desert/La Quinta area. Also Jensons in Palm Desert. Thanks for the updates, and when the time comes, let us know so we can hound the dairy managers.

  • penny
    13 July 2013 at 06:56 |

    We love unflavored plain and flavors. Ukiah California stores that have carried Whole Soy--Ukiah Natural Foods, Raleys and Safeway.

  • Melissa
    13 July 2013 at 07:35 |

    Sad for the wait, but happy for the reason! Best of luck with the new facility. When you start producing yogurt there, I'll be buying it.

  • Tosin
    13 July 2013 at 16:01 |

    hurry up and come back!

  • Denise
    13 July 2013 at 16:54 |

    Natural Grocers and Cupboard Natural Foods in Denton, TX

    I'm allergic to dairy, and your yogurt tastes soooo much better than all the other dairy free alternatives!
    Looking forward to seeing it on the shelves again.

  • Bruce Russell
    Bruce Russell
    13 July 2013 at 17:43 |

    I am lactose intolerant and your yogurt is the only product I have found which reduces my gas. I live in Casper, WY and have been getting your yogurt at Safeway(east side) and Natural Grocery. Hope all goes quickly with your new facility and your products return to the shelves soon!

  • tleo
    13 July 2013 at 17:50 |

    I appreciate the continuing updates as I feared this series of events meant the end of the company and concept. What is not clear: Is your new co-packer going to continue to manufacture your product, or has all production ceased during the process of establishing your own facility?

  • Vera
    13 July 2013 at 21:24 |

    We would love to see WholeSoy&Co. vanilla and plain yogurts again at Stop&Shop stores in Newtown, CT and Southbury, CT, as well as at FoodWorks in Monroe, CT.
    My son Matthew, who is five, is allergic to dairy (as well as eggs, peanuts, and tree nuts). WholeSoy&Co. is the only soy yogurt that we have found that does not contain any dairy ingredients and that he likes eating. His favorite flavors are vanilla and plain -- I hope that you continue making them without any changes in the recipe, once the new facility is up and running.

    While we are disappointed at the delay, we eagerly await the return of your yogurts as a regular part of Matthew's diet.

    --Vera :)

  • irwin
    13 July 2013 at 21:43 |

    Good luck on getting your own production facility built. Please make sure that the distributor for Belmont Foods in Wakefield RI, and Sandys in Westerly RI know that you will be producing again. I miss your product- it is the best around

  • Anonymous
    15 July 2013 at 01:22 |

    Now that we know how hard you are working to bring us the products we love, I wager your customers will be more loyal than ever once you are back online. I for one will buy more wholesoy than ever when I can. The best way to ensure that the good guys survive is for consumers to vote with their dollars. I for one will be voting for Wholesoy, and often.

  • Dave M. - Brooklyn, NY
    Dave M. - Brooklyn, NY
    15 July 2013 at 15:00 |

    Why not continue with your less than ideal co-packer until you're up and running? I bought some of that yogurt when it appeared on the shelves last month. It tasted fine and it seems like a better idea to hold onto your market share through sales (even if only a fraction of normal volume) rather than promises that will most likely be broken through no direct fault of your own. And speaking as a customer, I'd prefer to be able to buy one or two flavours sporadically than nothing at all for 6 months.

  • LaV erna Beltz
    LaV erna Beltz
    15 July 2013 at 19:42 |

    Your Yogurt is wonderful. Hurry back!!! We would like to see WholeSoy yogurt in Jumbo's food market, Enid, OKlahoma. Whole Foods, Akins, and Sprouts in Oklahoma City

  • andrea m
    andrea m
    15 July 2013 at 20:01 |

    I'll be waiting, but Im still not happy, I havent seen your product in months. Till your back, I have resorted to making my own, and it's a pain, and not as good.

  • Anonymous
    15 July 2013 at 22:04 |

    I can't believe you'll return in Fall. I really miss the unsweetened plain yogurt and the peach flavor ones. I'm lactose intolerant and vegan and your yogurt was a big part of my meal. Haven't eaten a good meal in the last 6 weeks. Please hurry!

  • Anonymous
    16 July 2013 at 07:20 |

    It's gonna be 161 days 'til the end of autumn. Multiply by the usual great-expectations factor of 2.5, that's 403 days. Check the shelves at your local store on Monday, Aug 18, 2014.

  • Anonymous
    16 July 2013 at 22:41 |

    If you think it will be December 20, then you won't be online before May 1st. How will that affect your cash flow? Get product on the shelves now. Bid higher on the co-packer capacity and raise prices up to 15%. Your customers aren't poor. We'll accept the hike. You can afford to pay more, but the competing bidders for co-packer capacity can't. You'll take a volume hit for the short term, but at least you'll have product out there to sustain the brand, and earnings. And nothing like the volume hit you're experiencing now. Structure your co-packer contract with 180-day cancellation provision on their end and your option to taper off production beginning May 1. Bid what you need to in order to get the terms you need to operate smoothly. You weren't afraid of a higher price point before, and in that environment, WhiteWave discontinued its 32-oz containers. You lead a charmed life, but you can't assume it will last forever. If you can't get product on the shelves, then you risk awakening WhiteWave, Danone, or a new player.

    "...who takes every course that might be expected from a prudent man but the course which will save him..."

    • Anonymous
      18 July 2013 at 18:29 |

      I agree, your customers aren't going to be able to wait around forever, or be dealt with another delay into 2014?

      • Anonymous
        21 July 2013 at 19:50 |

        Well, but have any of you found anything as good as wholesoy? I haven't; i'm eating silk ( too sweet) and almond dream (sort of OK) in the interim, but i'll be buying wholesoy whenever i see it.

    • Anonymous
      21 July 2013 at 02:08 |

      S/he's clearly right that you need to get *some* product out in the meantime, even if it is more expensive for the short haul.

    • Anonymous in CA
      Anonymous in CA
      17 August 2013 at 16:01 |

      I completely agree that you should do whatever is necessary to restructure your production partner contracts and the first "Anonymous" posting on this topic is spot on. Don't assume you won't lose a lot of market share over this. Yes, if your competitors do not improve their products people may return to Whole Soy ... but as Anonymous astutely notes, you risk awakening a new player.

      Your yogurts are vastly better than the competition in flavor and texture BUT my husband has already happily moved on to just using soy milk for his morning granola & fruit routine. I wish you the best but agree that what will be nearly a year with no Whole Soy available is likely to freely give customers away to the competition.

  • Maria
    17 July 2013 at 00:27 |

    I have been waiting for your unsweetend plain yogurt for weeks now. I have to have dairy free yogurt and have not had any since yours has been out of stock. I'm waiting but its been difficult. I buy 6 in a case every week from my local health food store. Whatever you guys do, please don't change this product. It's perfect the way it is. It agrees with me it's all natural, no chemicals. Please leave it as it is and we appreciate all your'e doing to get this to us as soon as possible. It's a great product. I'm lucky to have found this.

  • Julie
    17 July 2013 at 03:29 |

    Any grocery in 93422: Albertsons, Foods for less, Von's .

    I'd also like to see Target carry it. They have zero non dairy yogurt. Especially in paso robles target (93446)

  • Holly
    17 July 2013 at 19:44 |

    I'm so happy to hear you will be resuming production! There isn't another unsweetened soy yoghurt that I can find and it is a big part of my regular diet. I shop at trader joes and whole foods in Santa Rosa, Food for People in Guerneville , Ca. If you have increased capacity, the wait will be worth it! Previous to your catastrophe, these store would run out of unsweetened regularly...good luck, you make wonderful products!

  • judydahlia
    18 July 2013 at 04:54 |

    I buy at New Leaf-Westside, Santa Cruz, CA. My favorite is plain 24oz; sweet enough, all organic, not overly sweet, good flavor. I wash & keep the containers and the pile was 5 ft high (over 2 yr period)! Thank you for the past and good luck and best wishes in the present and future!

  • Anonymous
    18 July 2013 at 15:35 |

    WholeSoy is so much better than your competitors, I am not even supporting them until you guys come back. I even made my own soy yogurt and it's pretty good, but not quite as good as yours. Hope you keep the recipe the same...I'll be an addict again once WholeSoy is again available!

  • Susan VL
    Susan VL
    18 July 2013 at 22:19 |

    I would like to see Whole Soy (unsweetened plain) at all the Whole Foods Markets and Ralph's in the San Fernando Valley and Westside of LA. I eat Unsweetened Plain Whole Soy everyday and hope it appears again soon. Thanks and good luck.

  • Melissa Luna
    Melissa Luna
    19 July 2013 at 00:22 |

    Prior to becoming a vegan I practically survived off of yogurt. So, I missed it as a food staple- but wouldn't dream of eating dairy again and found soy alternatives disgusting.
    I'm so passionate about your yogurt that I often spread the word that it is the ONLY edible soy yogurt- in my humble and very opinionated opinion!
    I love that you are building your own facility, and am actually really excited to have been pushed to find out more about the company behind the product by it going missing so suddenly and mysteriously! Keep up the good work, I'll be standing by!

  • Lucy Bradley
    Lucy Bradley
    19 July 2013 at 03:46 |

    Fantastic news! Especially after such a horrid beginning (with the original co-packer!). We miss you as part of our daily diet but now knowing the full story, we will remain patient, waiting for WholeSoy to return. We bought it regularly at Westerly Natural Market at 913 Eighth Avenue in New York City and hope to do so again this Fall. Good luck to you and your staff with everything and thanks for keeping us updated.

  • Rachael
    19 July 2013 at 06:28 |

    I am so glad to hear you are coming back...I have not been able to find a vegan unsweetened yogurt in Oregon...your yogurt is the ONLY reason I shop at Fred Meyers here...best of luck to you.
    Rachael in Portland

  • Duane
    19 July 2013 at 17:06 |

    First off, good luck to WholeSoy in your pursuit to fire up your own, new yogurt production facility. I am rooting as hard as I can for you to succeed!

    Before I get into the dirty details of my full soygurt life history ;) , what I love the most about WholeSoy Yogurt is the creamy texture, flavor, and consistent quality of it. I also love that it is organic and non-GMO. And I believe it should be carried in every grocery store in the land. :)

    About 14 years ago, I made the switch to become a vegan, because of my love for animals. And soon afterwards, very fortunately, I found WholeSoy Soy Yogurt, the vegan version of yogurt, and I was in heaven. And ever since then, your WholeSoy yogurt has been my favorite yogurt, by far.

    But now that my beloved WholeSoy yogurt is not available anymore, I miss it very much. :) And I will most likely be buying even more of it once it becomes available again to try to keep it from ever disappearing again. :)

    My favorite yogurt flavor is, by far, the Apricot-Mango flavor. Here is the listing of my favorite WholeSoy flavors, in order of preference:
    1) Apricot-Mango
    2) Strawberry-Banana
    3) Lime
    4) Lemon
    5) Peach
    6) Cherry
    7) Strawberry
    8) Blueberry

    So the stores I would most prefer to have stocking WholeSoy Yogurt again are, in order of preference, Sprouts, Whole Foods, and Basha's, in Mesa, AZ and Chandler, AZ.

    But as I mentioned previously, my dream is for every grocery store everywhere in the USA to stock your wonderfully tasty soygurt.

    I wish you all the best of luck in these difficult times! And rest assured I will be buying WholeSoy Soy Yogurt once again, once it becomes available again. Because WholeSoy Yogurt is, and will always be, the yogurt-of-choice for me.

    And as they like to say these days, I hope you can "Keep Calm and Carry On." ;)

    Thank you so much everyone at WholeSoy & Co. for keeping up the good fight for us soy users!!!

  • Lane
    20 July 2013 at 00:14 |

    Woud you consider a notification email once you are back in production and ready to ship? My Whole Foods has filled your spot on their shelves with other brands and I have stopped looking. We be very happy to see it return.

    • WholeSoy
      25 July 2013 at 20:28 |

      Hi Lane!

      Yes! We have an option for anyone to subscribe to our blog which will send you a personal email when we make an important announcement. Don't worry, we typically limit the number of emails you receive to only the most important updates. Subscribing to our blog will ensure you receive an alert from us when WholeSoy yogurts start making their way back to grocery store shelves!

      To subscribe to the WholeSoy blog:
      1. Go to the top of this page.
      2. Look for the "Subscribe to our Blog!" module (box) on the right hand side of your screen (you may need to scroll down just a bit as you'll see a couple modules on the right side - it is the 4th box down).
      3. Enter your email address and hit the subscribe button!

      You will receive the most important updates and announcements from our blog.

      Thank you for hanging in there with us!

      • Bernadette Gabriel
        Bernadette Gabriel
        01 August 2013 at 21:16 |

        Thank god!!!...u will be back...I am so lost without whole soy yogurt...I buy from shop rite rio grande New Jersey...please let me know when will u be back on the shelf... I am ready to buy it now can't wait to eat it again...thank u, Bernadette Gabriel

  • Vegan Chef T
    Vegan Chef T
    20 July 2013 at 22:17 |

    Great news to hear you will be up and running soon. It has always been frustrating to locate your product around town!! I am a huge fan of the Unsweetened Plain and look forward to its return to the shelves. You have a great, unique product and I wish you much success in your endeavor to make it more available to the vegans of the world!!

  • Holly
    21 July 2013 at 02:29 |

    I'd love to see Whole Soy in Fred Meyer, Safeway, and New Seasons in the Portland, OR area. I can't wait to have my Whole Soy back! Nothing else even comes close!

  • Sandy
    21 July 2013 at 20:23 |

    In the meantime I've tried Coconut yogurt, yuk. Very slimy. I've tried Almond, not as good. I can't eat dairy so am limited. I'll be waiting & hoping to see my Peach soy yogurt back on the shelves of Raleys in Gardnerville, Nev.

  • Anonymous
    21 July 2013 at 21:25 |

    We buy your yogurt at Waldbaums on Sunrise Highway in Massapequa. My so has a dairy allergy and won't drink any milk substitute. Your yogurt was his main source of calcium. Hoping you get up and running soon.

  • Anonymous
    22 July 2013 at 12:02 |

    I miss your yogurt so much!! Please try to get your products in all Publix stores when you get them back into production I used to buy them at Earth Fare, Whole Foods, and Kroger. Also, Bi-Lo is another place I"d like to have them available.

  • Kimberly
    22 July 2013 at 17:24 |

    My family purchases Whole Soy Co. yogurt at the Honest Weight Food Co-op in Albany, NY.

    My son has a dairy allergy and is an incredibly picky eater. He knows your product not only by the container but by the taste. He hasn't eaten yogurt since you stopped production! To be honest, we have tried putting another soy yogurt into your container and he knows the difference!!

    Our family is super happy to hear about your newest endeavors. We wish you nothing but good luck from here on out and look forward to seeing your products on the shelves again soon!

    Kimberly C.
    Niskayuna, NY

  • Anonymous
    22 July 2013 at 19:31 |

    My two young daughters love wholesoy vanilla yogurt and have been missing it terribly since your production has stopped. We can't wait for you to be up and running again. We buy the yogurt at Whole Foods in Schaumburg or Deer Park, IL.

  • Jackie Blanton
    Jackie Blanton
    22 July 2013 at 21:55 |

    First, thank you for,unlike your competitors, being upfront and telling us exactly what it going on. Like others above, I have been nearly catatonic without my Whole Soy (smiling, but it's not far off!) and have annoyed health food and major stores endlessly up and down the central Atlantic coast. Please be nice to Paradise Health Foods in Viera, Fl, who have valiantly brought me cases of Plain or Vanilla as often as possible; also Fresh Market in Vero Beach, and Publix in Viera, Melbourne, (FL) down the coast. Not to mention outlets in CA's Mountain View, Palo Alto, et al, including Northern Virgina. What happens is that the dairy managers have NO idea why they get something they ordered or not.I talked to a man yesterday who was frustrated beyond belief at Whole Foods in Mountain View. I think paying attention to Dairy Managers makes a huge difference in getting your product to the shelf and easing the tensions that develop in situations like this. If it makes their jobs harder, they get annoyed and it goes down from there. My life so depends on you and your yogurt, I volunteer to represent you there, if that helps. Your product is exceptional, people need it - you are doing good in the world. God bless your efforts. Sincerely, JB

  • Anonymous
    23 July 2013 at 00:15 |

    Stores in the Cleveland/Akron, Ohio area: Earth Fare (Fairlawn) and Kriegers (Cuyahoga Falls) were my primary stores; also bought Whole Soy at Trader Joes and While Foods (Beachwood) and Seven Grains (Tallmadge).

    I never thought, when going dairy-free, that yogurt would be one of the things I missed the most! I ate regular yogurt every day - but more because I thought I should, than because I liked it. But I found that I actually missed it! Having tried every non-dairy yogurt option available in this area, I can agree with everyone else on this site that Whole Soy is definitely the best. The apricot-mango is my favorite flavor, and I buy a lot of the plain. I can't wait until I can have some again!

    • JJ Blanton
      JJ Blanton
      29 December 2013 at 19:57 |

      Yes, Nob Hill in Silicon Valley environs! They are high end, but they offer a huge variety of food for those of us who are allergic to most foods (or just want to eat a healthier diet). They deserve WholeSoy!

  • Anonymous
    23 July 2013 at 20:06 |

    Monterey, Calif Whole Foods and Nob Hill Market. ASAP!

  • Anonymous
    23 July 2013 at 20:59 |

    Need Whole Soy yogurt back in the following stores: Shop Rite in Millville, NJ and Vineland NJ and in Whole Foods in Marlton, NJ. No one else in this area ever carried it.

    Nancy C

  • Anonymous
    24 July 2013 at 01:30 |

    Love Whole Soy Yoguert. Miss its smooth creamy texture and refreshing flavor. It is my comfort food as well as my digestions probiotic support.

    Look for it at Fresh Off the Farm in Rockport Maine, and Good Tern Coop in Rockland Maine

  • Anonymous
    24 July 2013 at 01:41 |

    My family has missed your products terribly! But knowing that you will be back, better than ever and in charge of your own destiny makes it worth while. Congrats on your new venture and best of luck ahead. Can't wait to see Whole Soy back on the shelves (Whole Foods in Chapel Hill and Durham, NC)!

  • Kandice
    24 July 2013 at 15:18 |

    I can't wait to see Whole Soy back in Cedar Park, TX and Leander, TX at H.E.B.! I've been dairy free for over a year now and have tried EVERY other dairy free option available... they're disappointing at best. I used to eat Whole Soy at least once a day and now that I'm pregnant, it is ALL I feel like eating. :( I check every time I go to the store to see if it's returned yet. I've been encouraged by the fact that there is still an empty space on the shelf with a "Whole Soy" yogurt marker, but am looking forward to that day that the space is filled! Best of luck to you all for a speedy return!

  • Anonymous
    24 July 2013 at 18:24 |

    I have been buying your products in MA - at Whole Foods, Stop and Shop, and Wegmann's (Wegmann's is the only place in my area that carries the big container of plain!). I miss the yogurt terribly. I have switched to others (coconut yogurt , almond yogurt, etc.) but the consistency is no where near as good as Whole Soy. So looking forward to it being on the shelves again - best of luck with the new facility start up! looks like you have quite a cheering section here!

  • Barb
    24 July 2013 at 18:29 |

    I've been searching and searching. I guess we will just have to wait. My 5 year old daughter still looks in the fridge for her yogurts. She would eat one Vanilla every single day. I would like to see it return to Whole foods in Middletown, NJ and Harmony Foods, also in Middletown nj both 07751 zip.
    We will continue to wait as patient as we can, and I will be buying a case as soon as I get my hands back on it again!

  • Mary
    24 July 2013 at 23:51 |

    I look forward to the return of Whole Soy to Whole Foods Market, 1765 California St. San Francisco. I have tried other soy yogurts (disgusting!) almond milk and coconut milk yogurt (meh). I could tolerate eating them, but who wants to eat something that is just tolerable? Whole Soy Yogurt (the sweetened plain is my favorite) is an enjoyable treat that is good for me. I can't eat dairy yogurt, so please hurry and finish your new facility!

  • Jen
    25 July 2013 at 01:47 |

    We'd love to see your products back at our local health food stores in Tallahassee, FL (New Leaf Market, Earth Fare, and soon to arrive Trader Joe's and Whole Foods). I'm so sad to be without my yogurt for so long but glad to hear you'll be back. But at 5 months pregnant, I REALLY wish it were sooner! :-) I've tried all the other soy yogurts and yours are BY FAR the best tasting. We also buy them because they're organic and non-GMO, gluten free and free of funky ingredients. Whole Soy is a staple in our house. We miss you and will be eagerly, loyally awaiting your return.

  • Linda
    25 July 2013 at 02:46 |

    I agree with an earlier post. Can an email alert be put out when you are shipping again?
    My local stores have switched to other soy brands, none of which are worth eating. It doesn't do any good to pester my stores about carrying your brand again until you are actually shipping.
    My favorites are all the berry flavors. I can't wait for it to return to Bellingham, WA, as I usually bought 10-12 a week.

    • WholeSoy
      25 July 2013 at 20:26 |

      Hi Linda!

      Yes! We have an option for anyone to subscribe to our blog which will send you a personal email when we make an important announcement. Don't worry, we typically limit the number of emails you receive to only the most important updates. Subscribing to our blog will ensure you receive an alert from us when WholeSoy yogurts start making their way back to grocery store shelves!

      To subscribe to the WholeSoy blog:
      1. Go to the top of this page.
      2. Look for the "Subscribe to our Blog!" module (box) on the right hand side of your screen (you may need to scroll down just a bit as you'll see a couple modules on the right side - it is the 4th box down).
      3. Enter your email address and hit the subscribe button!

      You will receive the most important updates and announcements from our blog.

      Thank you for hanging in there with us!

  • Anonymous
    25 July 2013 at 02:50 |

    Please come back to Good Earth Natural Foods in Riverdale UT and Whole Foods in Salt Lake City. I'd love it if the Smiths in Ogden UT would carry it.

    Love the taste and texture of your yogurt and appreciate that you offer unsweetened plain, providing versatility for vegans.

  • Ashley
    25 July 2013 at 19:50 |

    Dear WholeSoy Team:

    As a fan of your product, I must say I miss your yogurt dearly!!! I look forward to seeing all of the delicious yogurt flavors back on the shelves soon.

    Big food corporations, who have the funds to build their own manufacturing plant but choose not to, ignore the consumers’ need to segregate certain food production to avoid cross-contamination. As a vegan mom with a vegan son, I applaud your efforts of owning your own facility and taking control of your own destiny. It is a huge expense for a small independent company like yours but because you’re taking on such a challenge to give us peace of mind when buying your product it’s just another reason why I am such a loyal consumer.


  • Marty
    26 July 2013 at 12:39 |

    Your yogurt has been a staple in my diet since I hit menopause...never had hot flashes! Let' s just say, I'm not such a 'cool chick' anymore! :( I am anxiously awaiting your return! :)

  • Dairy Free in Washington
    Dairy Free in Washington
    26 July 2013 at 15:37 |

    DYING! without your yogurt. Completely understand your difficulties, and imagine you all are pulling your hair out and scrambling to get it going. Congrats on the plant - glad for the dedicated facility! So important to those of us with severe allergies. Our little boy has an anaphylactic allergy to dairy, even in tiny quantities, so we have NOOOO dairy whatsoever in our home. We use your yogurt in baking a lot, besides just eating straight, so needless to say we REALLY. MISS. YOUR. YOGURT. Please hurry. How can you make it so delicious, and everyone else make it taste SOOOOO bad? It's survival food for us with severe allergies.

  • Anonymous
    26 July 2013 at 15:57 |

    Dave M. Brooklyn July 15 - said it best in my opinion.
    I've lost faith you will return to shelves. Perhaps you're selling the company?

    Your comment is awaiting moderation.
  • A
    26 July 2013 at 22:20 |

    My smoothies just aren't the same. My delicious artichoke sauce is now impossible to make. Can't eat dairy and the coconut and/or almond stuff is yucky and nutritionally deficient (no protein). Need. soy. yogurt. soon.

    I'll pester Sprouts and Whole Foods in Arcadia and Pasadena to be sure they order some as soon as it's available!

  • anonymous
    27 July 2013 at 02:41 |

    while it's exciting you are building an new facility and will be in charge of your destiny, i have missed your yogurt terribly. much to my surprise, i've found a different dairy-free non-soy vegan yogurt on the shelves that i am enjoying a lot more than i expected. i can't say whether or not i will switch back to whole soy once you are filling the shelves again in the fall, so long away!

  • Lia
    28 July 2013 at 06:09 |

    Wow, you are really missed!... been chatting up random people at the non-dairy aisle while we all keep checking to see if your product is back in stock. I've been updating people about your change of facility and directing them to your blog... people are very thankful for the info and everyone talks about their loyalty to WholeSoy!

    After all this time, I can assure you have NOT lost your loyal customer's... been trying some of your competitors and nothing even comes close to WholeSoy, it is hands down the best! Just tried a new brand at WFM (a woman's name that starts with N) and yuck! the worst soy yogurt ever, its so bad I'm returning it. Please come back soon!

  • anonymous
    28 July 2013 at 14:51 |

    I am lactose intolerant and have also chosen to follow a vegan diet and lifestyle for the past 2-3 yrs or so. Yours is the best vegan yogurt on the market, and I've tried them all! It also greatly improved my digestion and overall sense of wellbeing. Needless to say my body has been missing it terribly and I'd love to see it available in the Shop Rite and/or Kings in Stirling NJ, Stop and Shop in Berkeley Heights NJ, and in Target grocery locations.

  • Anonymous
    28 July 2013 at 18:55 |

    I am eager to see WholeSoy on the shelves of Whole Foods and mainly the one at Merchants Walk in Marietta, GA. It is delicious and safely dairy free.

  • anonymous
    28 July 2013 at 22:18 |

    Whole Foods- El Segundo California
    Ralphs- Redondo Beach, Ca
    Sprouts- Redondo Beach, CA

  • Robert carroll
    Robert carroll
    29 July 2013 at 00:36 |

    I am a bit confused and concerned. Your Vanilla was back on the Whole Foods shelf here in Portland over a month ago. I bought 3 tubs figuring everyone would snatch up all the Vanila as it came in. I figured that would tide me over till you were fully up and running. But Whole Foods never got any more and of course I know more about what is going on than their employee in the yogurt department. So I need to ask, why did it start and stop. You indicte the co-pack cannot keep up, but it appears to have completely stopped. What's going on?

  • Marlo Mytty
    Marlo Mytty
    29 July 2013 at 01:28 |

    We really miss your yogurts (coconut yogurt is not the same) and hope that they return to PCC natural markets and central co-op in Seattle! A soy ice cream would be great if you ever produce one. Thanks!!

  • KathyNYC
    29 July 2013 at 16:07 |

    We have really missed Whole Soy in the NYC area and in the NY/NJ/PA tri-state area. There are no real alternatives. So while I am sorry to hear about your delay, I am thrilled that you are creating your own plant and we patiently look forward to getting your product back in the fall. I am eagerly awaiting tasting your lemon whole soy again!

  • Liz
    29 July 2013 at 23:56 |

    My son and I are allergic to dairy. Silk is not organic and it is really ridiculously priced... The almond and coconut products are not acceptable to my 3 yr old son or my 8 year old daughter.

    We buy your products at Oryana in Traverse City, MI and we are waiting very impatiently for this staple in our diet to return.

  • Ilana
    31 July 2013 at 03:49 |

    Holy smokes I never thought I'd see the day when there was a run on vegan yogurt. Whole Soy is one of the few brands to make unsweetened yogurt AND the larger container size (Silk does not). You guys are also the most prevalent manufacturer so without you, most stores simply do not stock vegan soy yogurt. Normally I have yogurt with cereal as my afternoon snack which bridges the gap between lunch and evening workout. Please don't forget about us in the Midwest. We need you in the Whole Foods in the Chicago stores. We wish you best success with the new plant and anxiously await your return to market!

  • Christina
    31 July 2013 at 17:26 |

    Take heart everyone, Whole Soy Yogurt has just arrived in my town and I hope you will see it soon in yours. Spotted a few containers of Strawberry this morning and enjoyed it more than ever. Hope the supply continues; I know the company is doing its best and will keep my eye on the shelves around town that are still reserved for Whole Soy.

  • Diane
    31 July 2013 at 19:49 |

    I check every few days to see if WholeSoy Yogurt is back on the shelves here. Two stores in Pullman WA (Safeway and Dissmore's IGA) and two stores in Moscow ID (Rosauer's and the Moscow Food Coop) carried it, with the best selection at the Moscow Food Coop. The Coop and the Rosauers (aka Huckleberry's Fresh Market) have started carrying Nancy's Soy Yogurt. All have posted your message about production and left the shelf space open. The Winco Foods in Moscow carries Silk, and even though I like to shop there, because they are employee-owned, Silk's new version is not very good. I will be so happy to see WholeSoy back on the shelves!

  • Ashley
    01 August 2013 at 02:40 |

    I hope to see Whole Soy at Whole Foods in Dublin, Ohio, Kroger in Zanesville, Ohio, and Raisin Rack in Westerville, Ohio.

    I LOVE Whole Soy, I have many food allergies and stomach issues and Whole Soy yogurt (especially vanilla that I put my peanut butter in) has been a godsend!!!! I can't wait to have it back again!

  • sailor girl
    sailor girl
    01 August 2013 at 02:48 |

    They told me your woeful tale in Park City Utah whole foods. Please get the word out asap as I would hate to see you replaced by Silk as their product is inferior as well as inconsistent, not to mention walmart carries them which says everything bad about them. I am not positive but believe you make the vanilla soy yogurt Trader Joes carries. I miss it miss it miss it. Also for stores market district in Pittsburgh area. The place is so behind the times. It is really hard to get quarts there of Vanilla and plain soy yogurt. I will be back as a loyal customer. I have told every one to hang in there for your product.

  • Greg
    01 August 2013 at 06:32 |

    CANNOT WAIT FOR THE RETURN OF WHOLESOY!! I have REALLY been missing your product! I usually find it at Ralphs, La Brea & 3rd, Los Angeles. PLEASE HURRY!!!!!

  • Guest
    01 August 2013 at 12:50 |

    Please include Whole Foods Markets and Sprouts Market among your distributors in the Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas area. I would love to see Costco as a distributor, also! I do not (will not) purchase Silk products anymore. I tried Nancy's soy yogurt, and it tasted horrible.

    As Eastern Orthodox Christians, our family are vegans for the greater part of every year. Your soy yogurt long has been "a regular" on the grocery shopping lists. I need the product for baking, making smoothies, cooking, and for eating "as is". Almond milk yogurt is enjoyable, but is not sold in large tubs. I'm not enamoured of coconut milk yogurt.

  • Jess
    01 August 2013 at 18:01 |

    I miss you terribly! There really isn't anything else that compares to WholeSoy! The very few other, hard to find, soy yogurts are all are owned by dairy companies (even Silk), and all share a line with dairy, some even contain hidden forms of dairy (Stonyfield): all of which are concerns for those with dairy allergies and vegans. Almond and coconut are no substitute for Whole SOy because they don't contain complete protein and they also have more sugar!

    Why WholeSoy is the best and I won't buy anything else until you return: basically the only nonGMO soy yogurt, organic, vegan, gluten free, you guys aren't owned by giant dairy companies, friendly for allergies, you guys keep your customers informed on social media and have some of the best customer service out there! You guys basically rock on everything that a food company should be and only wish there were more honest and transparent food companies out there like you.

    I'm ranting but anything to help you return to Whole Foods and Kroger. Miss you.

  • Anonymous
    02 August 2013 at 00:27 |

    Please include Whole Foods in Richmond, Virginia as well as the Martin's grocery stores here. I am dairy free due to an allergy and your yogurt is by far the best soy product out there. I will keep waiting patiently for the return of my favorite yogurt!

  • Joanna Meadows
    Joanna Meadows
    02 August 2013 at 05:34 |

    Previously I found your soy yogurt at Kroger, Martins ( formerly Ukrops) and Whole Foods in Short Pump, Virginia - sometimes listed as Henrico, Va. I hope you can get it back in all three of these stores, as there is nothing else as good. Very excited about this possibility.

  • Lisa
    02 August 2013 at 16:22 |

    I'm so happy to find that you're not out of business for good! Being lactose intolerant, your yogurt is the only one I can safely eat. I appreciate the updates about your rebuilding process - please keep them coming! I will continue to look for your products in the HEB stores in the Austin/Round Rock/Cedar Park area, as well as Sprouts in Austin and Round Rock. Thank you!!!

    • Christina
      02 August 2013 at 17:36 |

      I found 4 containers of strawberry at the Flagship Randalls in West Lake (Austin), TX, 3300 Bee Caves Rd. I talked to the manager and he said it was a new item for Randalls and he planned to continue to order it. He thought that other Randalls would be ordering it too. Yea! I told him how great WholeSoy was and encouraged him to order other flavors and the quart sizes too. I explained that a new facility was being built to keep up with demand and urged him to continue to order it even if it was not always available.

  • Lynn Long
    Lynn Long
    02 August 2013 at 23:06 |

    I love your yogurt and will wait as long as I have to! Please don't go out of business! I buy your yogurt at Wegman's in Allentown and Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. I hope they will carry it again when you are back in production. You can be sure I will be requesting it from Wegman's. Your soy yogurt is the only one I've found without sugar. It is wonderful and is the only one I want to eat.

  • Beans Mama Katie
    Beans Mama Katie
    03 August 2013 at 07:42 |

    My son is a Bean lover of all kinds of Beans. He loves to tell people how your yogurt is made healthy for him and the environment. With you guys been gone for so long he tells people that the others is ok but if they want the best they should wait until they try the Whole Soy Company Yogurt they are the BEST! He has recently read the whole process that you go through on your website and now he has decided he WANTS to be Teds friend since he gets to try every batch. He is only five and has decided that he want to work for Whole Soy Company and be Teds friend. At the Store yesterday the store employee said your yogurts were recalled and that because of the recall in April you went out of Business. And Bean said that Ted would not let that happen because Ted would have no more of his to try and that you were building your own yogurt facility. The guy ignored him and so PLEASE tell the stores by us your coming back so Bean can not have to defend you!

    He only likes the best Soy YOURS, almond milk is not what he likes. But since you guys have been gone he has had to adventure into the almond and coconut milk yogurts. He has a very sad tummy at times and they do not sit nearly as well as your soy yogurts. He has had to up his medication just to handle the other yogurts.
    Spokane Washington Area these are his favorite Stores!
    E10502 Sprague Spokane WA 99206
    Main Market Coop
    25 W Main Spokane WA 99201
    Yokes Fresh Market
    9329 E Montgomery Spokane WA 99206 Grumpy Guy
    926 S Monroe Spokane WA 99204
    830 E 29th Spokane WA 99203
    2610 E 29th Spokane WA 99223
    Super 1 Foods
    830 E 29th Ave Spokane WA 99203

    These are the rest of the Washington Area WE LOVE IDAHO TOO!!
    Fred Meyer
    15609 E Sprague Ave Spokane Valley W 99037
    Fred Meyer
    400 S Thor St Spokane WA 99218
    1808 W. 3rd Ave Spokane WA 99201
    Rosauers Supermarket
    926 S. Monroe Street Spokane WA 99204
    907 W. 14th Ave. Spokane WA 99204
    Yokes Fresh Market
    210 N Foothills Dr Spokane WA 99207
    1724 W. Francis Ave. spokane WA 99205
    Yokes Fresh Market
    W 3321 Indian Trail Road Spokane WA 99208
    Rosauer's Supermarkets
    9414 N Division St Spokane WA 99218
    (509) 467-6812
    Yokes Fresh Market
    12825 W Sunset Hwy Airway Heights WA 99001
    Fred Meyer
    12120 N Division St Spokane WA 99218
    Barney's Harvest Foods
    11205 E Dishman-Mica Rd Spokane WA 99206
    Yokes Fresh Market
    14202 N Market Street Mead WA 99021

    525 E Francis Ave Spokane WA 99208

    Beans Mama Katie and Bean P.S. Please once again he would love a WATERMELON YOGURT!! Yes this us asking again!

  • ConsumeMassQuantities
    03 August 2013 at 08:53 |

    Seattle misses you so. We'll shop anywhere you ship it! Except Wal-Mart ;)
    You're the tops.

  • Lizette
    03 August 2013 at 14:46 |

    I will be waiting :)
    A loyal customer

  • Angela
    04 August 2013 at 03:06 |

    So happy to hear and wish you all the best luck, and not more problem. My 4 yr old son keeps asking for "his" yogurt (he has many food allergies) - please hurry:)

  • Linda Roberts
    Linda Roberts
    04 August 2013 at 04:37 |

    I can't wait till your yogurt comes back to the stores. I am not vegan but I prefer to have as little dairy and meat as possible. Your yogurt is as good if not better that the milk based counterpart. Your raspberry yogurt is awesome!
    Best of luck to you! I am sure you will be very successful. Can;t wait to see if you come out with different products as well.

  • Anonymous
    05 August 2013 at 00:34 |

    LOVE Love love Whole Soy plain yogurt and miss it so much. The other vegan soy yogurt brands we have tried since the stores in San Francisco ran out don't even come close. So happy to hear that you are still working on it and will be back eventually! Please hurry!

  • Anonymous
    05 August 2013 at 14:24 |

    It's early August and I'm looking forward to an announcement that production has resumed and shipments will be soon be received in our grocery stores! Any updates?

  • Lucille C
    Lucille C
    05 August 2013 at 15:50 |

    I am so happy to hear you are not out of business and look forward to enjoying your yogurt again. I noticed with the co-packer company that the yogurt appeared to have less fruit in it, and now that youre independent I'm expecting to enjoy more fruit in the product. I would like to see it in Stop and Shop in Teaneck, NJ as well as Whole foods in Paramus,NJ. Congratulations!!

  • Anonymous
    05 August 2013 at 17:31 |

    Best yogurt. Ever. My son and I love all the flavors, but the cherry is my favorite! Its like dessert on its own. I throw a few hazelnuts in, heaven! I need your yogury in Whole Foods and Kroger in Houston. Best of luck!

  • Alice Mastello
    Alice Mastello
    05 August 2013 at 18:02 |

    So hope you get your product back on the shelves. I hope Tom Thumb on Keller Parkway in Keller, TX and also Sprouts in Southlake, Tx

  • Allergy-mommy too
    Allergy-mommy too
    05 August 2013 at 19:43 |

    We will wait as long as it takes for you folks to create your own facility and support your move to independence! Just be sure that when that yogurt starts rolling out your doors, you have an over abundance ready to ship because stores are NOT going to be able to keep them on their shelves as soon as you return to the market!! P.S. Your production schedule is helping my little one understand more about the calendar as she eagerly awaits her favorite food in the world to return to her house!!!! Please keep on doing what you do so expertly! Your fans will wait!

  • Anonymous
    05 August 2013 at 20:29 |

    I love your yoghurts and am glad to hear that you will be up and running soon. Most other soy yoghurts around here are not vegan. The only vegan yoghurts here are made with coconut or almond, both of which I am allergic to. So I am cheering you on and hoping to taste your yoghurt soon.

  • Anonymous
    05 August 2013 at 21:07 |

    Keep looking for Whole Soy's return!!! I am thinking it's time to make my own soy yogurt - ugh. Please be sure that Natural Grocers and Sprouts in the Dallas area are included in your future distribution destinations. Especially like the peach, blueberry, and plain in the large containers. Good luck on your new venture!! Hope to see it on the shelves soon!

  • Michelle
    06 August 2013 at 02:30 |

    I'm so glad to hear your yogurt will be back in the Fall. I'm missing it terribly!

  • Alexandra
    06 August 2013 at 03:34 |

    Hey, I have never tried your yogurt and avoid other non-dairy ones due to their sugar content. I want to try your unsweetened plain once you get up-and-running. Will there be a find-a-store function?

  • Anonymous
    07 August 2013 at 01:37 |

    I was very disappointed when I couldn't find you so I ate yogurt And then I began to look for the strawberry banana and discovered it was no longer on the shelf and then I said well I'll just buy the strawberry and put my own bananas in it but I will certainly be glad when you return on the shelf I really love the yogurt and I get at least a dozen little packages everytime I go to the shop so please hurry and come back I asked someone in the store about the yogurt and they told me something it really it went over my head is really amazing how people can't tell you the truth and I'm sure you all did tell them about what happened as far as the factory is concerned I did buy the Nancy's yogurt that was the worst yogurt I have tasted in my whole life please hurry and put the other yogurt back on the shelf is a truly miss it thank you so much!! Shirley

  • Anonymous
    07 August 2013 at 21:23 |

    I was growing impatient every time I go to the store only to find it empty of WholeSoy products. Thank you for the update. I will wait patiently until the product is back.

  • Courtney
    08 August 2013 at 04:06 |

    I am so glad to hear your products will be coming back! I'm vegan and your yogurt is my favorite! For the time being I will continue eating the higher-in-fat vegan yogurt all the health food stores stock, but I'll definitely be happy to buy Whole Soy again when it's available! :)

  • Angela
    08 August 2013 at 14:57 |

    I've been patiently awaiting the return of my all time favorite yogurt on earth, and will continue to wait as long as need be. In the meantime though I decided to substitute it with another brand to tide me over. After many weeks of searching I located another soy yogurt at my local New Seasons Market. I was overjoyed and got one of each flavor to try! As soon as I got home I sat down with one of these cups of creamy delight and proceeded to shovel it into my mouth with a sense of glee... It didn't take long for me to realize that this was not my soy yogurt of choice!!! I threw half of it out and pouted for the rest of the day. The next morning I decided to give a different flavor a go. Convincing myself that the previous day I must have grabbed a bad cup of yogurt that had surely spoiled I opened it up. Only half a spoonful was procured from the cup and quickly added back to it. "What is this foul creation?" I said out loud to myself while my feline companion shot me a confused look beside me. I decided that this "substitute" just would not do. I can confidently say that there is NO substitute for my Whole Soy & Co. soy yogurt and there never will be! I do hope to see my favorite soy yogurt back on market shelves soon. Not only for the sake of my own taste buds, but for others that will no doubt discover what I have about other brands of soy yogurt. I wish you all the best of luck on your dreams of having your own facility!!!

  • Anonymous
    08 August 2013 at 16:59 |

    Come back to Tucson, AZ! You guys are certainly missed here, although it's a relief to know you're not gone for good. Whole Foods and Sprouts used to carry your brand. I'd love to see it at Trader Joe's, too, although that is probably a little more complicated. :)

  • CK
    09 August 2013 at 02:29 |

    We have missed Whole Soy and are happy to hear you are taking the plunge to open your own facility.
    The stores in Davis CA, are Davis Food Co-Op, Whole Foods, and Nugget Market.
    Thank you for keeping us informed and up dated. We will be waiting and ready for you when you return.

  • Yolanda
    09 August 2013 at 04:19 |

    We are so hungry for WholeSoy & Co. Yogurt that it is plainly depressing to go to the little Natural Foods Cheyenne grocery. We stand at the Yogurt section, sigh, and leave. We can still taste it in our mind. Oh, that wonderful Key Lime! We patiently await your return.

  • A S
    A S
    09 August 2013 at 08:34 |

    Trader Joe's. Pasadena & Eagle Rock,CA. Hurry home. I miss you.

  • Dorry Ipolito
    Dorry Ipolito
    09 August 2013 at 13:11 |

    I live in the Washington, D.C. Area, please get Wegmans to carry whole soy. I find silk and stonyfield o'soy to be totally unacceptable. Wegmans is a dominant grocer in this area.

  • Britt
    09 August 2013 at 15:47 |

    I live in St. Louis, MO and buy your yogurt from Trader Joe's, Whole Foods, and Dierbergs.
    Wholesoy is the yogurt for me because it is delicious!! And vegan! I love the unsweetened plain for recipes, and vanilla for eating in a giant bowl with fruit and granola. I can't wait till it's back in stock I think I am seriously going to eat it everyday for like a month I feel so deprived of yogurt right now.

  • Rob
    10 August 2013 at 14:57 |

    MOM's Organic Market, Merrifield, VA (& other spots in the D.C. metro area)

    WholeSoy is the yogurt for me because it is vegan, organic, non-GMO, made from US soybeans, independently owned, uses natural ingredients, and BY FAR the best-tasting and -textured soy yogurt available! Unsweetened Plain and Key Lime are my favorites.

  • Anonymous
    10 August 2013 at 16:12 |

    What a wonderful adventure for you...I am ultra happy that my family gets to support another independent company. We will eagerly continue to wait for your return!

  • Anonymous
    10 August 2013 at 18:09 |

    I love the blueberry. I bought it at Berkeley Bowl in Berkeley, CA and Whole Foods in Oakland, CA.Please hurry back. I am lactose intolerant and this is the only soy yogurt that has good taste, texture and is organic.

  • Julianne
    10 August 2013 at 20:53 |

    I can't wait!!

  • ljm
    11 August 2013 at 15:17 |

    So glad to hear you'll be available again! I have tried to no avail to find a suitable substitute for your awesome, creamy, delicious product. I purchase it at Outpost Natural Foods in Wauwatosa, Milwaukee, and Bay View, Wisconsin. I can't wait until you're back - my body needs you!

  • Katie
    11 August 2013 at 17:51 |

    Whole foods west bloomfield Michigan
    Plum market bloomfield and west bloomfield mi
    And Kroger bloomfield hills mi

  • dana
    12 August 2013 at 00:31 |

    Oh my goodness-come back soon! Two of us in my family are dairy free and nothing NOTHING tastes as yummy as your cherry yogurt! Promise you won't change anything! Cherry and apricot/mango make life worth living. Seriously--hurry up!!!!!! (waiting patiently but drumming my fingers...)

  • Shannon
    15 August 2013 at 18:03 |

    Eagerly awaiting your return to the store shelves at Whole Foods in Alexandria, VA! The other soy yogurts are far inferior. I can't eat dairy and it's hard finding other healthy, easy, and tasty protein- and calcium-rich foods. If I could come help you build that facility, I would! ;-) Thank you for keeping everyone updated.

  • Georgia in Culver City
    Georgia in Culver City
    15 August 2013 at 22:19 |

    please come back to the los angeles area soon. it's been a looooong soy-yogurt free summer :..(
    will you be updating this blog when the goods have been shipped? If so, please let us know where(which stores)so i can stop harrassing local retailers and go straight to the goods.
    Congrats on the new plant!

  • Anonymous
    16 August 2013 at 13:44 |

    Thank goodness! I was so sad when I noticed your yogurt slowly disappearing from my local grocery stores, especially since the HEB I always go to just started stocking your unsweetened soy yogurt--my absolute favorite. Your unsweetened soy yogurt is the best; I want a non-dairy yogurt without added sugar or flavoring, which is so hard to find. Since I don't eat dairy, your yogurt is my preferred way of getting probiotics, and I love to eat it as is, on top of oatmeal, with cereal or fruit, with nut butter, etc. I NEED your yogurt to come back so I can test my new frozen yogurt machine with your yogurt to create soy froyo! :]

    Please bring back the unsweetened soy yogurt to HEB in Spring and/or Houston, TX! or at least Kroger.

  • Erin Miller
    Erin Miller
    16 August 2013 at 23:26 |

    I tried other brand and tossed them in trash -
    Can wait to see you this fall, please deliever to whole foods
    Lake Grove NY

    Love you wholesoy

  • Debbie Hung
    Debbie Hung
    17 August 2013 at 04:06 |

    1. Where do you want to see WholeSoy yogurts carried again? Include the name of the store (city & state, if possible), please.

    Whole Foods in San Mateo, California.

    2. Why is WholeSoy the yogurt for you and/or for your family?

    Best taste and texture. Best price (hope you can keep that element!).

    Good luck with the new facility! Thanks for sharing what's going on. We look forward to seeing Whole Soy on the shelves and in our fridge again soon!

  • Laura
    17 August 2013 at 13:56 |

    I love all of your flavors, but go for the 24oz plain and vanilla ones the most. I'm looking forward to seeing it back in stock at the Whole Foods stores in the west suburbs of Chicago. It would be great to have it available at Dominick's (owned by Safeway), Jewel, and Target, too!

  • Beth
    18 August 2013 at 07:57 |

    Glad things are moving along, but I think everyone would feel a little more at ease if you could provide another update. As the mother of a milk (and many other foods) allergic child, I can sympathize with the many other posters who feel they have no viable alternative to Whole Soy. My two year old misses the chicken salad and other dishes no longer available to him without "his" yogurt.

    I share the eager enthusiasm of all who hope the transition to the new plant is smooth and that you're up and running even sooner than you project!

  • missing my yogurt
    missing my yogurt
    18 August 2013 at 08:54 |

    I literally just woke up from a dream that Whole Soy was back on the shelves at Whole FoSds. Lol So I reached for my phone and decided to end the mystery. Im so glad you will be back! Obviously I've been missing my yogurt. :) The other brands just wont do. Your return is worth the wait!

  • Anonymous
    18 August 2013 at 22:08 |

    Whole soy yogurt is a very important component of my son diet. Please make it available at Highlands Ranch Colorado.

  • Anne H.
    Anne H.
    19 August 2013 at 00:32 |

    I miss Whole Soy & Co. -- especially the plain, unsweetened! I find myself checking the store shelves every week (Ralphs/Kroger in Burbank, Sprouts in Burbank and La Canada, Whole Foods in Glendale, CA), hoping to find Whole Soy & Co. trickling back already. No such luck! Unrequited love is a terrible thing . . . When will the agony end . . .????

  • Erin
    19 August 2013 at 17:14 |

    The only place I have every been able to find your unsweetened plain yogurt is the Good Foods Co-op in Lexington KY. I will be so excited to have it back on the shelf. It would be great if it was also available at the local Whole Foods market, Lex KY.

  • Anonymous
    19 August 2013 at 17:22 |

    Thank goodness, so glad to hear you will be in back in operation and able to control all aspects of your products. Love, Love, Love, your yogurts, would like to see them in Fred Meyers and Whole Foods in Vancouver, WA. Thank you so much for such a wonderful product!

  • Jeannett
    19 August 2013 at 19:36 |

    I've been looking forward to my yogurt again. The other soy yogurt is horrible..........if I can't find yours I just don't eat any. Good luck with the new facility and HURRY BACK SOON!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • M
    20 August 2013 at 01:33 |

    Our family is strictly kosher and lactose intolerant and we loved your yogurts. We used to buy 20 a week. We're really hoping you will continue to have Kosher certification and will be carried at Shoprite in Englewood and Paramus NJ.

  • Sue
    20 August 2013 at 01:53 |

    My two children have life-threatening allergies to many foods including milk, eggs, and nuts. Your yogurts are a safe and delicious source of protein and calcium for them. We are anxiously awaiting your return. We shop for your yogurt at Stop and Shop in Cheshire, CT and Thyme and Season in Hamden, CT (which my kids call "the yogurt store" because we go there specifically for their great selection of soy yogurt). Good luck with your new facility! We can't wait to find your yogurt back on the shelves - especially the peach and vanilla flavors!

  • Anonymous
    20 August 2013 at 02:08 |

    Wonderful news...your own place!
    Please get your yogurts back into the Whole Foods and Fairways and Stop and Shops in NY and NJ
    I also get them at Organica health food store in NJ.

  • Anonymous
    20 August 2013 at 12:42 |

    Ugh!! More time before you're back on the shelves?!?! The wait has been killing us! My son is autistic and your product was a guaranteed item that he would eat at lunch each day. Once you're back - please make sure you stock at the Shop-Rite stores in Mansfield, NJ and Byram/Stanhope, NJ.

  • Anonymous
    20 August 2013 at 15:46 |

    Please stock the shelves at Sherry's the Healthy Gourmet in Babylon NY, also the Stop & Shop in East Islip and BayShore NY. Good luck and really looking fwd to the return for my son.

  • Anonymous
    21 August 2013 at 14:44 |

    Please bring your products back to the Mrs. Green's store at 780 White Plains Road, Scarsdale, NY

  • Harmony
    21 August 2013 at 16:37 |

    I just tried the Nancy's Soy Strawberry yogurt at my local Whole Foods. It's gross, more like too ripe strawberry puree! I'm anxiously awaiting the return of quality soy yogurt that's creamy and tasty to my local store Whole Foods store in Redmond, WA.

  • Khanh
    21 August 2013 at 21:26 |

    Our Seattle vegan household misses your yogurt very much! We prefer the plain ol' unsweetened. With a little fresh honey mixed in, it is the BEST! No other yogurt compares; can't wait until you are back on the shelves. Good luck with your new facility.

    • Kat
      31 August 2013 at 03:05 |

      Add a little chopped fresh mint and you will find nirvana. Absolutely amaaaazing!

  • Anonymous
    22 August 2013 at 14:06 |

    Harvest Food Co-op in Jamaica Plain, MA, used to carry your yogurt, PLEASE restock there. Also, the Whole Foods stores in Boston.

    We eat your yogurt because it is delicious and vegan.

  • Anonymous
    22 August 2013 at 23:39 |

    Very exciting news but please hurry - we miss your yogurt so much. Love the Lemon and the Vanilla. Especially the larger sizes. Stock up in Stop & Shop in Litchfield & Torrington, CT and Back to Earth in Torrington CT. We are checking every week!!

  • Leila
    23 August 2013 at 20:34 |

    Is there any update on timing? There don't even seem to be any other soy yogurt options, especially for those of us who want the plain or plain unsweetened variety.

  • Anonymous
    24 August 2013 at 03:46 |

    After checking our store shelves for MONTHS now, I notice all but one store has totally filled the shelf space you used to occupy. Won't be long before our last store gives up too :(

  • Brooke
    24 August 2013 at 13:20 |

    I'm eagerly awaiting your return to Whole Foods and/or Earth Fare in Greensboro, NC. I miss you not only because Whole Soy is by far the best-tasting vegan yogurt I've ever had, but also because I work in a nut-free school and can't bring almond milk yogurt in my lunches. (The coconut milk stuff? Meh...) I applaud you for taking your time to ensure the quality of your product, and I'll be out here supporting you when you're back on the market!

  • Kim
    24 August 2013 at 16:24 |

    Exciting news! Cant wait to see your yogurt back on the shelves! I am guessing this will also enable you guys to develop other flavors and products and expand your line. Greek yogurt, fro-yo, etc., the possibilities are endless!

  • Amanda
    25 August 2013 at 12:55 |

    I would like to see WholeSoy at Fairway on 86th St in New York City, Fairway in Westbury, NY, Whole Foods on 96th St NYC, and Whole Foods Union Square NYC. WholeSoy is the yogurt for me because it is delicious, ethical, organic, and low in calories.

  • Anonymous
    25 August 2013 at 16:29 |

    I bought unsweetened plain yogurt at Whole Foods in Louisville, KY. That is the only source I could find here - please come back!

  • Richard
    25 August 2013 at 20:10 |

    Just sending you a note of encouragement. Keep up the good work!! Looking forward to more of the world's most delicious soy yogurt this fall!!

  • Anonymous
    26 August 2013 at 00:43 |

    Please be sure to stock the Whole Foods in Jenkintown, PA as soon as your production is up and running. I've tried other products, and there is simply no substitute for your plain yogurt. Please hurry!

  • Anonymous
    26 August 2013 at 19:36 |

    We've pretty much given up. Nancy's isn't as good but at least it's available and cheaper. (We won't use Silk because there's info that there are some shady practices re their Chinese soybeans) We used to get yours at Andy's market, Sebastopol CA. and Food for Humans in Guerneville CA. and Community Market in Santa Rosa. I think you also provided product to Trader Joe's. Although their house label is applied, it has been gone as long as yours. Too long, moving on. Sorry for your troubles.

    • AJ
      27 August 2013 at 18:25 |

      Don't worry WholeSoy! I'm not giving up on you! As soon as you are back I'm buying everything on the shelf. Whole Foods won't be able to stock the shelf fast enough!

  • Sue
    27 August 2013 at 17:46 |

    HOpe your yogurt comes back soon. I shop at Whole Foods and Kings in Bergen County NJ. I have tried other soy yogurts, they don't come close to tasting as good as yours. I look every week to see if it's come back to the stores

  • Jordan Schaffel
    28 August 2013 at 14:32 |

    Be honest everyone. Wouldn't you LOVE to have your customers try your competitor's products and then state publicly that they'll wait...however long...to purchase your products when you get it back into the market(s)?

    Add my family to the list of loyal customers to do just that. Every week, we go trudging to our health food store (which happens to be the flagship Whole Foods store in Austin) (Hope you're reading this Whole Foods buyers!!!) and stop to look for the return of Whole Soy and Co's yogurt. My girlfriend even admitted today that even though she doesn't eat yogurt, she passes by the section to see if "it's baaaack" and has to look a 2nd or 3rd time to make sure it's not in a different slot. She knows a way to a mans heart. ;)

    With all the love being shown here to Whole Soy and Co, I'm wondering if I should show some compassion to the other non-dairy yogurt companies. If you're listening, I want to say I've really tried to like you (fill in the blank). Multiple times for each brand during this gap in production. Just to let you know, I'll be breaking up with you and going back to Whole Soy's product when they return. Hope you understand.


  • Anonymous
    28 August 2013 at 16:40 |

    It would be great to get an update. I've taken to making my own yogurt for now, but prefer the WholeSoy plain unsweetened for my cheeses. Please post an update to your blog with a new estimated time of completion & start of production.

  • Anonymous
    29 August 2013 at 06:40 |

    When you resume production, please ship to Rainbow Grocery in San Francisco.

  • Anonymous
    29 August 2013 at 16:09 |

    Any new updates??

  • Amanda
    29 August 2013 at 16:15 |

    Whole Foods in Newton, MA. Trader Joes in Burlington, MA. Hannaford in Waltham, MA. Please come back soon! And be prepared to sell out quickly - I certainly am going to fill my grocery cart with yogurt the first time I see it on the shelf, and it would stink to constantly be the person who comes in AFTER the person who does that.

  • Dixie
    29 August 2013 at 21:59 |

    Great news about your new facility being built. Being a diabetic and also milk sensitive, I have discovered your unsweetened, plain soy yogurt to be a fabulous addition to my daily diet. I sure have missed eating yogurt since it's been unavailable. I buy it mostly at Fred Meyer (Kroger), Oregon City, Clackamas locations, also at Market of Choice, West Linn, OR. Thanks so much and hope to see it back on shelves soon.

  • Dixie
    29 August 2013 at 22:09 |

    I also wanted to mention that I've not found another soy yogurt (plain or otherwise) that's unsweetened. I'm so thankful you make it without sweeteners. Please don't change the recipe, it's very good. (I did contact Nancy's yogurt to suggest/request they make theirs without sweeteners, but didn't hear back from them). Also, thank you for your updates and for the opportunity to leave comments. Wishing you much success!!

  • Jennifer
    30 August 2013 at 05:43 |

    I would like to add my voice to what others have been saying. I LOVE your yogurt. It is by far, hands down, the best non-dairy yogurt in existence. Nothing else even comes close! It is thick, rich and creamy, with the best flavors. My favorite flavor is lemon. My favorite yogurt that you make is your plain, unsweetened. I use it in place of sour cream. The Tofutti sour cream is expensive and too thick (and less healthy). I have been having to make do with it, though. There is no other non-dairy, unsweetened yogurt available. I buy mine at Marlene's Market and Deli in Federal Way, WA. I anxiously anticipate the return of your yogurt to my store.

  • Anonymous
    30 August 2013 at 12:13 |

    Come back to West Hartford. I've given up yogurt. There's nothing like it.

  • jenjess
    30 August 2013 at 22:55 |

    Being allergic to Dairy I agree with Jennifer I have tried lots of non dairy yogurts and none compare, it is the closest to tasting like dairy with out the dairy. Too many say it's soy yogurt but the contain milk products. Thanks for creating such a great soy yogurt.

  • Kat
    31 August 2013 at 03:01 |

    Please come back to Lake Oswego area of Portland, Oregon! I LOVE and MISS your absolutely amazing yogurt! There is no comparison...and believe me I have tried just about everything to survive this transition period you are going through. New Seasons in Lake Oswego please and Albertsons in Lake Oswego as well. Would also be glad to see it at Safeway and Whole Foods. Puhleeezz come back soon! We miss you desperately!

  • Anonymous
    31 August 2013 at 04:37 |

    Waiting patiently (sometimes impatiently) in San Diego.
    Used to purchase Whole Soy yogurt in Jimbos and Sprouts at multiple locations across northern San Diego County depending on other shopping I had to do and to get more variety.
    Gave up trying other yogurts in the meantime and decided to just wait. Nothing else measures up to taste, texture, and smoothness of Whole Soy brand.
    Please keep us up to date for the expected date that it will start rolling again. If you can start to narrow it down to a month, like November, it will keep my hopes up.

  • Bettie
    31 August 2013 at 07:25 |

    Soy yogurt needed in the Wisconsin NorthWoods. Severe and multiple food allergies.

  • Mary
    31 August 2013 at 14:47 |

    I can't wait for the return of your yogurts. I miss my breakfast routine so much. Best yogurt I have ever found.

  • Heidi
    01 September 2013 at 19:19 |

    Midland, MI, please! Nature's Gift Organic Market, Meijer, Kroger, Family Fare -any or all of those stores would be wonderful. My son is allergic to dairy and has tried several different kinds of non-dairy yogurt. Your Vanilla is his favorite and he keeps asking when we can buy it again. He ate it almost every day before it became unavailable. Thank you for sharing such detailed updates and showing you care about your business and customers.

  • veganmandy
    02 September 2013 at 19:06 |

    My family and I are still awaiting the return of your yogurts. They really are the best vegan yogurts available. We were purchasing ours at Fresh&Easy in Bakersfield Ca. Would love to see it in Walmart though. People need better options to dairy based yogurt.

  • Erv
    02 September 2013 at 23:54 |

    Missing Whole Soy in Massachusetts! When you come back I hope to see you in Whole Foods at all locations, Roots in Leominster, Idlewilde in Acton. There is just no substitute. I know this is a difficult time for your company but I support your efforts to be in control of your own destiny. Any possibility of a new update now that September is here?

  • Jennifer
    03 September 2013 at 01:08 |

    Would like to see this, expecially the plain unsweetened carried at Tucan and Mountview Market: both stores in Las Cruces, NM Also Vitamin cottage-they are all over and Amelia's garden in snowflake, az

  • Susan
    03 September 2013 at 02:55 |


    I use your product for school lunches!

  • Anonymous
    03 September 2013 at 15:47 |

    I would like to second the above requests for an update. When do you project you will be about to start shipping your yogurt again? Fall is fast approaching and so many of us are anxious to hear.... Thank you.

  • Marty
    03 September 2013 at 16:27 |

    It's September...it's fall...how is the schedule for return looking? Can you please update us?

  • Matt
    03 September 2013 at 23:02 |

    Update on progress? ETA back in stores? Thanks

  • Amy
    04 September 2013 at 02:49 |

    I would like to see WHole Soy return to the Shoprite in Hillsborough, NJ as well as the Shoprite in Bernardsville, NJ. Thanks in advance!

  • Gary
    04 September 2013 at 07:17 |

    I have been in 3rd-degree Whole Soy yogurt withdrawal for months now. I used to take a Whole Soy yogurt to work every day for my morning break and never tired of the fantastic flavors. There's just no substitute that's reasonably priced. My extreme Whole Soy withdrawal is only manageable with the knowledge that the product will soon reappear in our local stores. Glad to see that WS is taking over its own destiny.

  • Richard
    04 September 2013 at 16:04 |

    Also curious about an update. You guys said you would update your blog during this process, and yet the last blog post is nearly 2 months old . . . ?

    We're all just curious because you guys make the best vegan yogurt in the world!! We can't wait to see you on the shelves again :)

  • Margaret
    04 September 2013 at 18:15 |

    PLEASE, this long silence isn't fair. Let us know what's going on and what the expected time frame is. I'm tired of trying to find substitutes!!

  • Sandra
    05 September 2013 at 00:00 |

    Common Market Frederick, MD
    Martins in Waynesboro,PA and Hagerstown,MD

  • Anonymous
    05 September 2013 at 15:49 |

    Whole Foods in Chattanooga and Earth Fare in Chattanoga. It is simply the BEST BEST BEST non-dairy yogurt available. I have had serious withdrawal from its lack of availability. Please do not make me continue to eat the (not as good) alternatives. So glad you are building your own facility because we never want to go through this again!

  • WholeSoy
    05 September 2013 at 22:45 |

    Thank you all for your encouraging comments and feedback! We posted a quick update on our blog: http://wholesoyco.com/blog/item/wholesoy-returns-this-fall-october-november

    We anticipate we'll be making WholeSoy yogurt again late October to early November. We'll have more regular updates and a clearer timeline when we get closer to making soy yogurt!

    Thanks so much for your continued support and patience!

  • sq
    06 September 2013 at 05:08 |

    Please return and stock at Sprouts Market -- west hills, ca

  • Anonymous
    08 September 2013 at 18:20 |

    I wouldlike to see your plain yogurt in Wegmans in Dickson City PA (Scranton area). It's the best-tasting yogurt of any kind,soy, dairy or other. Actually, i think it's the only really good yogurt,. Please hurry.

  • AB
    08 September 2013 at 20:35 |

    We love the large size plain and had started ordering four at a time. We bought it from Whole Foods in the Western Philly 'burbs; we'd also love to find the big size at Giant Food stores.
    Please hang in there!

  • Joyce
    13 September 2013 at 16:57 |

    Along with many others, I am truly missing WholeSoy yogurts in the Syracuse, NY area (Wegmans stores, NatureTyme). I feel you have made a good business decision and will be rewarded for it. You appear to be running your business with integrity. I look forward to seeing the large sizes of plain, unsweetened and vanilla yogurts again on the shelf. Meanwhile, I will wait patiently, occasionally making my own yogurt, or purchasing the small containers of Silk to get through this dark time. Once it is over, all this will soon be forgotten.

  • Ardmoon
    18 September 2013 at 13:47 |

    No wonder I haven't been able to find any Wholesoy in southern Indiana! Glad you're making your own--look forward to your fine product again.

  • Anonymous
    20 September 2013 at 17:41 |

    The Whole Soy yogurt is the only non-milk product that has the right flavors and texture, I've tried all the others. Please contact the Harris Tetter, Trader Joe's, and Whole Foods stores in Wilmington, NC. I'm allergic to milk and milk by-products, hope to see delicious yogurt here soon. Florence

  • Beth Cohen
    Beth Cohen
    22 September 2013 at 11:41 |

    My spouse and I love your yogurt and are eagerly looking forward to its return. I'm disappointed to see that it will be delayed another month or two, but I'm glad you're building your own facility and I wish you the best of success in financing, building, and getting it up and running. I'm hoping that by having control of your own packing facility you'll be able to offer larger sizes and even additional products. I'd love to be able to buy the unsweetened plain in a full quart container, rather than the 24 oz size, and I'd also love to be able to buy a true soy kefir. Is there any chance you could add those to your product line? Thank you.

  • Debi
    26 September 2013 at 20:03 |

    PLEASE make sure that the Raley's in Benicia CA and the Safeway and/or Save Mart and/or New Moon stores in Truckee CA carry your yogurt. I am NOT happy with the Silk Soy Yogurt, but it's the only product I can get right now.

  • Ruby
    29 September 2013 at 20:53 |

    I miss you your yogurt terribly, there is no substitute for the Whole Soy Unsweetened yogurt, it's the best! Please come back to Whole Foods in Charlotte!!

  • jl
    06 October 2013 at 23:05 |

    Missing your unsweetened soy yogurt - can't make a good homemade cashew cream cheese without it!!

  • Anonymous
    10 October 2013 at 00:14 |

    How soon will you be shipping???? Please update us on the progress of your new facility. Waiting anxiously in Akron, OH. Need your Wholesoy unsweetened yogurt NOW!!!!

  • Anonymous
    12 October 2013 at 17:27 |

    I would love to see you again at Mariano's and Whole Foods in the Frankfort and Orland Park, IL area. Look forward to seeing you soon back at these stores.

  • Andrew Glassman
    Andrew Glassman
    14 October 2013 at 20:39 |

    Still eagerly, anxiously waiting for Whole Soy Yogurt's return to Fairway on 86TH Street in NYC, have scanned through the long chain of emails, noticing dates from July to early October. A post on progress in preparing the new facility would help sustain faith that loyal taste support will be rewarded. No doubt the process of building and acquiring signatures consumes time and attention. Messages from across the country should make your motive real. Asian philosophy suggests perseverance. Holding on.

  • Anonymous
    15 October 2013 at 00:17 |

    I loved your 32 ounce plain soy yogurt for cooking and eating. I also enjoy the single serving varieties. I have multiple allergies and health conditions. I miss your yogurt. I had looked into to trying to make my own because there is no one out there in the industry I can eat other than your yogurt. I appreciate the lengths you have gone to. My husband who does not have allergies absolutely loves your yogurt over any other brand. I shop at Whole Foods in Sandy, Utah, Smiths in Layton, Utah, Harmons in Orem, Utah, and Good Earth in Orem, Utah. I love to shop Costco and can imagine it taking off.

  • Joyce
    16 October 2013 at 18:55 |

    Wholesoy is the best non-dairy yogurt I've ever had - I'm excited for its return!!

  • Anonymous
    17 October 2013 at 15:49 |

    Hope to see Whole Soy again at Ward's Market in Gainesville, Fl.
    It's been my favorite for a while now...best tasting, best quality, and best price, which I think is very important nowadays.

  • Linda
    20 October 2013 at 17:44 |

    Please get your yogurt back to Whole Foods. I NEED it.

  • Cynthia
    21 October 2013 at 01:34 |

    Anxiously waiting for your yogurt. Have not been able to find a soy yogurt anywhere & I miss it tremendously. Hope to see it in Sacramento Sprouts and Sacramento Natural Health Foods reall soon. Good luck in your endeavors.

  • jean
    22 October 2013 at 05:09 |

    I am still waiting for your product in Edmonton, Alberta and will not give up. Just love your products and have tried many, but none as good as yours. Keep up the excellent work and I will continue waiting till it is introduced to our Alberta market. Very Own Facility has to be the best.

  • Anonymous
    28 October 2013 at 04:26 |

    My son has food allergies and loved your product over the other brands. I love that it is organic and non-GMO. We mainly shop at Kroger Marketplace and Meijer in Fort Wayne, IN. I really hope they carry your product! And carry a large variety :) he likes having options!

  • Rialta96
    30 October 2013 at 00:23 |

    First time I have checked back in a long time. I am a caregiver to a medically fragile 5 year old who takes all her nutrition via tube feedings. Due to severe dairy allergies, soy yogurt is the key ingredient in her blends. O Soy has been the only option available for a long time. She recently saw her allergist at children's hospital and he is concerned over her elevated dairy
    Levels. O soy contains dairy. The interruption in production is not merely an inconvenience. It has been a significant health compromise and has contributed to vomiting her tube feeds on a daily basis. So very frustrating and alarming. Please stock whole foods in Dedham as a top priority. A child's quality of life depends on it.

  • Anonymous
    02 November 2013 at 22:12 |

    I'm relieved to know your yogurt is coming back. I was terribly disappointed to see it missing and not understand why. It's the only vegan yogurt I've found worth buying! So delicious ;) Hurry back please!

  • Lauren
    08 November 2013 at 07:31 |

    Would love to see your yogurt at Sprouts or Whole Foods here in the city of San Diego, CA! Can't wait for soy yogurt's triumphant return! :)

  • Luella
    17 November 2013 at 18:34 |

    I would love to see your yogurt return to the Whole Foods Markets in the St. Louis area. I would also love to buy it at Green Earth Grocery in Edwardsville, IL. Many places have begun selling coconut yogurt instead, and I don't like it. And your brand is the only brand of unsweetened plain vegan yogurt that I've found.

  • Vida
    21 November 2013 at 22:47 |

    Please come back to HEB in College Station, TX

  • brent
    25 November 2013 at 00:08 |

    Congrats on the new facility! Really excited to see it back on the shelves; we've missed it dearly!

  • Elissa
    26 November 2013 at 19:48 |

    You guys make the best, creamiest, non-gelatinous yogurt. There is no other that even comes close. I am looking forward to your return! Please restock the Cincinnati stores of Whole Foods, Rookwood location, as well as Trader Joes, Kenwood location.

    My family is dairy free and my four children, as well as the adults love love love having your plain yogurt as dessert with fruit very night as well as parfaits in the mornings. I buy the quart sizes weekly, when in stock.

  • Maria
    27 November 2013 at 17:35 |

    My 6 mo. old son is allergic to anything cow-milk based. So, to give him protein I wanted to start giving him yogurt (as he is not able to eat meat yet and I REFUSE to give him meat from a jar!!), but I'm unable to find ANY brand of soy-based yogurt that is PLAIN (as he cannot have chunky fruits and he SHOULD not have sugar). PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE make sure that you reserve some shelf space in ShopRite and Trader Joe's (Northern New Jersey). THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!

  • Kristina
    28 November 2013 at 03:07 |

    I love your yogurt! My husband's favorite is blueberry and mine is cherry, peach and plain. I was buying them from Krogers in Somerset, KY and really have missed them! Keep up the good work and know that we are cheering you on!

  • Rebecca Baker
    Rebecca Baker
    16 December 2013 at 03:52 |

    Any ETA when we can start to see Whole Soy Yogurt back in the stores?

  • Anonymous
    22 December 2013 at 16:35 |

    Well, one good side effect is we have learned how to make our own soy milk and turn it into home-made soy yogurt. It is not that hard, but takes time and kitchen space. So, we anxiously await your return!

    • Linda Mayo
      Linda Mayo
      29 December 2013 at 22:59 |

      Each time I shop at Whole Foods, I always check the soy yogurt shelves for your yogurt. Each time, I'm disappointed. Can you give an estimation when your product will hit the shelves at Whole Foods, Foothill Blvd., Pasadena, CA.?

      Thank you.

      Anxiously Waiting

  • Alicia
    25 January 2014 at 15:39 |

    We are in Pacific Palisades CA and have been looking weekly also for the glorious return of WHOLESOY & CO. We love all your flavors. We are vegan and your product is better than the real thing, for so many reasons!!! When you come back I'm buying a month's supply. Any chance we can somehow contribute or get stock in your company??? I know you'll make a killing when you return!! I expect to see your yogurt at Whole Foods, Ralphs, Gelsons, Trader Joes, Vons, Albertsons, COSCO, Viva La Vegan, anywhere that sells yogurt. Sometimes a good thing comes out of a bad situation and you will come out stronger than ever because of your setbacks!!! Much success to you all! And to a Happy WholeSoy & Co. New Year!!

  • ApoE Gene Diet - PENSCOTT TEAM
    ApoE Gene Diet - PENSCOTT TEAM
    29 January 2014 at 05:06 |

    Dear Whole Soy and Co and Team.
    We at Penscott Corporation are praying for you and your team.
    This must be a very difficult time for you. Please know we are sending you all good wishes from our company and all our patients. We can not wait to see you come back with wonderful success. Stay strong you are a blessing to so many - I am sure you know. : )
    We are praying for you.

    Warm regards,

    Pam McDonald
    Integrative Medicine Company
    Penscott Corp.
    Danville, California
    (925) 736 8510


  • Allison In Santa Fe
    Allison In Santa Fe
    02 February 2014 at 20:35 |

    Please re-open soon! My favorite store to shop at is Natural grocers, Vitamin Cottage in Santa Fe,NM. I also shop at Whole Foods and Sprouts. I need your yogurt!Shame on those who who thru this screwdriver in your production plans!I am so glad you are coming back!

  • John H
    John H
    05 March 2014 at 19:03 |

    Waiting. Like the product. Anything I can do just let me know. Engineer.

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