Sorry for the delay!

on Friday, 31 May 2013. Posted in Announcements

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Thank you for your comments, questions, concern, and also kind words of support during this big transition to our new facility. We sincerely apologize for the interruption of your daily WholeSoy routine. We know how critical WholeSoy yogurt is to so many of you, so please know we have been working as hard as we can to get all of the final pieces together and thinking of all of you as we do.

 Our phones are ringing off the hook and our email boxes are stuffed but we're trying our best to reply and provide the information we can.

Many of you have been asking how it's possible we could just stop making yogurt between the old and new facility. We want to give you all a little more insight:


Since WholeSoy is a small independent company, we don't own the physical facility that helps us make and package our soy yogurt (called a co-packer in the industry). Although we had already been working on setting up a new facility for a few months, the old facility just abruptly closed its doors and stopped making our products (giving us only three days' notice) at a time when WholeSoy was at peak demand.

Setting up yogurt production at a new co-packing facility takes many months of planning, paperwork, and testing equipment. We were very fortunate to have already been in that process otherwise the delays could have been indefinite. Setting up production at a co-packing facility is typically about a 6-month endeavor that we accomplished in 8 weeks.

We have been doing everything possible to make the move to the new facility a smooth transition but the abrupt end at the old facility pushed everything into fast forward and temporarily halted our weekly production of yogurt. At the new facility, we have been expediting all the required certifications and now we are just waiting for the last few pieces and testing procedures to take place. It's very important to us that we make quality product.

We are confident that the new facility is going to be a great upgrade for us in the long run. We're also very lucky to have so many supportive people working with us to get every last piece in place. We have good standing relationships with our distributors (as we sell our products to distributors and not directly to retailers) who have been extremely understanding and supportive. We have been providing constant updates to our distributors and retail contacts as well. At times not every single person working at a retail store is informed about every shortage matter but we are working on providing retailers with notices they can post on the shelf if they choose to.

Once we're shipping our yogurt, and that may be as early as next week, we know that our distributors will do what they can to help get us back on the shelf as quickly as possible. When that time comes, we will also need a helping hand from you, our loyal customers, to let your local stores know that they can start ordering WholeSoy again.

We appreciate your concern and support, and will keep everyone posted once we have more details and new batches ship out.

Thanks again for your patience and understanding!

- The WholeSoy & Co. Team


Contact us if you have any specific questions.

WholeSoy is 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.


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Comments (169)

  • Kathy
    01 June 2013 at 20:42 |

    I have been searching for two weeks now for your yogurt. So glad to know that you are not out of business. Can you give an ETA for delivery starting up again? I eat at least 7 yogurts/week if not more.

    • WholeSoy
      04 June 2013 at 18:20 |

      We're hoping to start shipping pretty soon. We're just beginning to make a fresh new batch but it's still too early to predict exactly what day it will ship.

      Keep you all posted here, Facebook, and Twitter again soon!

      • Wendy
        26 June 2013 at 19:04 |

        I am soooo happy you will soon be shipping your soy yogurt. My four year old daughter has a dairy allergy and eats your soy yogurt everyday for lunch. We have been so upset that we have not been able to find it in four weeks at any food store. Can't wait!

      • Ronald Flores
        Ronald Flores
        30 June 2013 at 19:57 |

        We are looking forward to see youre yogurt back in the market... Thank you!!!!

        • Anonymous
          04 July 2013 at 21:13 |

          I am elated to know that Whole Soy is still in business. My daughter has severe allergies and the WholeSoy yogurt is a treat she looks forward to. Her favorite is the lime and the lemon favors. We all are looking forward to the supply in our local stores!

          • Anonymous
            21 July 2013 at 15:05 |

            Any update if your yoghurt is now back in stores? I asked my local store to order it. Same as many people, my three year old can only have your yoghurt due to his allergies.

      • JJ Blanton
        JJ Blanton
        20 August 2013 at 17:33 |

        Can't wait for your return! I buy Vanilla and Plain mostly from Paradise stores in Viera and Palm Bay, FL. One taste of your yogurt and your passion for excellence is apparent. Have eaten mountains of soy yogurt since extreme allergies changed my life - yours is unquestionably the best. Your tweets, emails and phone calls indicate that many, many people agree with me.

        Best of luck to you - know this is a stressful time. We're all rooting for you! (How many companies have clients like you do? Not many, I bet).
        Sincerely, JJ

        • JJ Blanton
          JJ Blanton
          20 August 2013 at 17:38 |

          This is JJ again. Forgot to say that I travel all over, especially to Mountain View, CA - and the dairy manager there is anxiously awaiting your return as well. Says he gets calls every day. They think you are out of business at the Whole Foods there. I told him you were just offline for awhile and he was happy to hear that. So don't forget Mountain View as well. Again, good luck!

    • Anonymous
      04 June 2013 at 23:29 |

      So glad I checked your site as I was beginning to give up on finding your products anywhere. Please consider making more low sugar products.

    • Gwynne
      11 June 2013 at 18:26 |

      Glad to know about this as I just starting eating it and am in love with it. Please keep us posted. This week it is already Tuesday...6/11

  • Anonymous
    02 June 2013 at 00:25 |

    I am so glad I checked your website and saw this notice. I was ready to send a nasty gram to my local Vons Grocery store as they had none of your product on their shelves and NO notification as to why. My dog has several intestinal upsets that are kept under control by feeding him your soy yogurt. I only hope the 2 and a half containers I have will last him until your product is back on the shelves.

  • Marissa
    02 June 2013 at 22:54 |

    Do you have an estimated date? I go through 10 yogurts a week, so sad without them :(

    • WholeSoy
      04 June 2013 at 21:03 |

      We're hoping to start shipping pretty soon. We're just beginning to make a fresh new batch but it's still too early to predict exactly what day it will ship.

      Keep you all posted here, Facebook, and Twitter again soon!

  • Ed
    03 June 2013 at 16:55 |

    So happy to see that you are getting things squared away and hopefully will be shipping product again soon. I eat lots of your unflavored organic soy yogurt, and especially value the quality and care you put into producing an organic vegan yogurt. Eagerly looking forward to begin buying it again! Hope you can post an update when you begin shipping. Many thanks.

  • Alice
    03 June 2013 at 19:25 |

    Oh good! I was worried as it started disappearing that this meant you would too.
    Let us know as soon as you're up and running and I'll go holler at all my grocery stores for you!

    Is your new facility as dairy-free as the old one?

  • June Siegel
    June Siegel
    03 June 2013 at 19:48 |

    What about the very large containers? YOu used to sell the 32 oz. containers. Then it went down to 24 oz containers. So what are you going to sell now? I sure hope it's the largest one. We will not spend the kind of money you charge for the smaller packaging. Please let us know.

  • CJ
    03 June 2013 at 23:10 |

    Any luck with ETA on yogurts?

    • WholeSoy
      07 June 2013 at 23:18 |

      Hi CJ,

      We're in the process of making some fresh new batches of yogurt and estimate some will begin to ship out early next week. We'll have a better estimate for when yogurt will reach your area once we know which distributors have picked up the product to ship.

      What store, city, and state do you typically buy WholeSoy from?

      We'll update you all here on our blog, facebook, and twitter early next week!

      • Anonymous
        09 June 2013 at 23:11 |

        I purchase your products from whole foods in marlton,nj and also from wegmans or shop rite in cherry hill, nj. Any word as to when your wholesoy will be available?

      • Carly
        11 June 2013 at 15:10 |

        Looking to find out if you started shipping this week. I order from Wholefoods in Jericho, NY. Please advise so I can run out to the store ASAP!
        THANK YOU!

      • Mila
        12 June 2013 at 20:35 |

        I buy them in Albuquerque, NM Whole Foods.

      • Anonymous
        15 June 2013 at 12:41 |

        I'm in California, (Roseville area). Usually buy at Raley's, Whole Foods, Trader Joe's

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      • Anonymous
        15 July 2013 at 19:36 |

        I am addicted to your unsweetened plain soy yoghurt which is a real life saver for a vegan Indian girl. I usually buy it from Wholefoods Venice CA or Sprouts culver city CA. I wish Pavilions in Marina Del Rey would stock it. Much awaited as other brands are pathetic !!!!!!!!!! All best at your new spot.

      • Flora Knox
        Flora Knox
        30 July 2013 at 04:17 |

        Usually buy WholeSoy in Tigard or Beaverton, Oregon. Am sure missing it. Really appreciate it a lot. Cannot eat regular yogurt because of allergies.

      • Anonymous
        10 August 2013 at 06:32 |

        Mothers Market Laguna Woods

  • ERS
    03 June 2013 at 23:49 |

    Hope its sooon...

  • Juliana A B Arosi
    Juliana A B Arosi
    04 June 2013 at 00:16 |

    Hi guys! Phew, I was starting to think the worst... Luckily is just temporary... Here in El Paso/TX it has disappeared from the only market (shamefully) that sells it... Hope you guys come back nationwide asap because your brand is the best I've tried so far here in the US! I'm quite addicted to it! And maybe some glorious return with less sugar added and new flavors... ;o)

  • Bobbi
    04 June 2013 at 02:51 |

    My gut is badly in need of soy yogurt!!! I have had it every day for many years and am going through soy yogurt withdrawal. Seriously, can't go much longer without it and there are no substitutes since Whole Soy seems to corner the soy yogurt market. PLEEEEEZE HURRY!!!!

  • Jennie
    04 June 2013 at 03:29 |

    At one time, you also made a frozen soy "yogurt" / ice-cream like product. Any chance you will resume offering that product? (Please???) Love your soy yogurt and am so glad it will be available again soon.

    • WholeSoy
      05 June 2013 at 16:44 |

      Hi Jennie,

      Thank you for your comment and suggestion. We'll pass along your suggestion for frozen yogurt to our team as we do keep a log of them for research and possible development. We'd love to be able to make frozen yogurt again one day. Once we are settled into a new facility for our soy yogurt, we will revisit all suggestions again.

      • Anonymous
        15 July 2013 at 19:37 |

        Yes please do seriously consider frozen yoghurt toooooooo. Much needed.

        • Francesca
          04 August 2013 at 23:10 |

          Yes, dulce de leche frozen yogurt was the best! I hope you start making it again.

  • Sharon Farber
    Sharon Farber
    04 June 2013 at 17:01 |

    I love your yogurt. I tried another soy brand and it was lumpy and had an odd taste. I even got desprite and tried organic greek yogurt and it was even worse--tasted like sour milk.
    I don't know how you do it but the creamy taste of your yogurt keeps me from eating or craving unhealthy foods.
    Hope you are back in production soon--but I now understand why the delay. I hope the new facility is huge because you are going to need it!!!!!

  • Angela
    04 June 2013 at 18:51 |

    I am the one that buys out the shelf the minute the vanilla or Lemon are put out in the stores. I pop one ever night in the freezer for about 45 minutes and have a fantastic desert....Please hurry!
    I tried so many brands and they taste just awful, very sour.

    Looking forward to my refrigerator being stocked once again : )

  • Christie
    04 June 2013 at 20:58 |

    I hope Wholefoods will continue to sell your yogurt . I can't have dairy so you are my only hope for yogurt. I love it!!! Also, I second Jennie----would love to have frozen yogurt!!

  • Yvonne
    04 June 2013 at 22:20 |

    Please get Whole Soy back on the shelf! I have one child who is severely allergic to dairy and we count on Whole Soy as a major part of her diet. I also have a child who has eating difficulties due to motor delays and cannot eat solid food...we have to purée all his food in yogurt in order for him to swallow. Not having soy yogurt available has left us in a tough spot...we cannot have cow milk or nut products in the house due to my daughter's severe life threatening allergies and we cannot get soy yogurt for the puree for my son...so we are using soy pudding to provide the consistency. Yuck. If there was another brand I would switch, I am that annoyed. A little heads up would have been helpful to your consumers who Actually need to use soy products.

    • WholeSoy
      07 June 2013 at 17:35 |

      Hi Yvonne,

      Our sincere apologies for the trouble this has caused you and your family. We do feel terrible about the delays for our customers who so rely on our yogurts daily. As you can see by our blog, we had little notice ourselves as the previous facility shut its doors to us abruptly (giving us only 3 days' notice). The abrupt end was out of our control, but we were very fortunate to have already been in the process of setting up the new facility otherwise the delays could have been indefinite. We are confident the new facility will be an improvement.

      The last batch of yogurt we were able to make at the old facility has an expiration date of June 6th and we posted about the switch and potential shortages on May 20th, shortly after we knew they would occur. Right after that announcement, customers purchased everything that remained on the shelf to stock up.

      Since WholeSoy yogurts do not contain preservatives and are made with real ingredients, including whole organic non-GMO soybeans (without dehydrated soy powders) and contain live probiotic cultures, our yogurts must be made and shipped fresh weekly. These are among the reasons WholeSoy yogurts are perishable, and have a short shelf life. Therefore, it's difficult to predict far in advance if product will be unavailable.

      Please feel free to contact us directly at any time so we can assist you one-on-one, especially once we begin to ship product. We can give you more information on availability based on your particular location. http://wholesoyco.com/contact-us

    • Anonymous
      08 June 2013 at 19:48 |

      Have you tried the coconut yogart? It is a good alternative and avoids nuts and dairy.

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      • Anonymous
        15 June 2013 at 12:43 |

        Have tried coconut and almond, and do not like either.

  • amber
    05 June 2013 at 14:27 |

    I love your unsweetened plain yogurt! I can't wait till its back on the shelf. However I hope you'll consider making more yogurt that is low sugar or unsweetened. I love having low sugar options :)

    • WholeSoy
      05 June 2013 at 17:49 |

      Hi Amber,

      Happy to hear you enjoy our Unsweetened Plain yogurt so much. Once we are all settled into our new home, we will revisit consumer suggestions including the recommendation for additional less sugar varieties. Thanks!

      • Jane
        07 July 2013 at 22:53 |

        I too would like low sugar options. Only way I can eat your flavored yogurt is to combine it with an equall amount of plain but would prefer fruit only.

        • susan vl
          susan vl
          11 July 2013 at 00:08 |

          I too only eat the unsweetened plain yogurt . I avoid all sugar, cane syrup., etc.My whole foods market in tarzana calif is often out...please make more! Thank u.

      • Anonymous
        15 July 2013 at 19:40 |

        Another vote for the unsweetened. And the 32 oz please dear Wholesoy.........God Bless

  • Anonymous
    05 June 2013 at 16:31 |

    I'm glad to see that Whole Soy will be back soon - like everyone else I've been missing it so much. Glad to see you have so many supporters - it is a wonderful product - thank you for making it possible to eat yogurt again! Look forward to seeing it back soon. Thank you for the update.
    Best wishes

  • Renee
    05 June 2013 at 21:14 |

    So glad you will be back into production soon! You make a great product which I consume myself and as a dietitian, recommend highly to my lactose intolerant and/or vegan patients. We are so spoiled I forgot how to make my own yogurt but was about to try again for the first time in 30 years.....I usually "cut" the vanilla with the unsweetened to get just the sweet "just right". thanks and good luck!

  • Anonymous
    05 June 2013 at 23:12 |

    Phew! I'm so glad to hear you will be making more yogurt soon. I keep asking the restock guy at my local grocery shop (Duci Loi on Mission and 18th St in SF) and he has no idea - says he keeps putting more orders in and is expecting it any day. I've been checking nearly every day for the past two weeks - that's how much I love your stuff! My favorite is the large unsweetened container - I mix it with blueberries, ground flax, cocoa nibs, and cinnamon, for a breakfast from heaven! I'd love it if you made a Greek style yogurt that was low in sugar and even higher in protein. Thanks for making such a delicious product!

  • MK
    06 June 2013 at 01:43 |

    Thanks for the transparent and thorough update - it helps during the wait :-) I'll be happy to let my store know the minute you say the word!

  • arizona
    06 June 2013 at 02:44 |

    Thank goodness you will be back!!!!! waiting for your great yogurt .. cannot wait!

  • Lee
    06 June 2013 at 03:55 |

    I only buy your unsweetened plain soy yogurt, and, at least until it disappeared, I kept asking for it at my local grocery stores (the many that don't already carry it). They seem to think no one will buy it. Maybe if you made a low sugar (sugar plus stevia blend), it would be an acceptable compromise between health and sweetness. Stevia tastes fine in yogurt, as the yogurt "bite" compliments it.

  • Anonymous
    06 June 2013 at 12:18 |

    We are also anxiously awaiting the return of the yogurt; my son has a severe dairy allergy, and we have found that your yogurt is his only healthy option. The consistency of the almondmilk yogurt is too thick/lumpy, and there is no protein in coconut milk. Have you considered making products geared toward kids? With milk allergy being so common in young ones, I'm sure others share our desire for lower sugar soy yogurt. Also, he gets so jealous when his friends bring yogurt tubes to school and he can't.

  • Liz
    06 June 2013 at 18:27 |

    I have been buying Silk and Stoneyfield soy yogurt but they do contain dairy and they also have a lot of sugar. I am anxiously awaiting the day that I see your Unsweetened Plain back on store shelves!! I am really looking forward to eating my Whole Soy yogurt again! HURRY!!

  • Tara
    06 June 2013 at 20:02 |

    My daughter is anxiously awaiting your return to Kings and Whole Foods in NJ. She has a milk allergy and your yogurt is the only one she really loves. I am glad to hear we will be seeing it again soon on the shelves at the stores.

  • Marty
    06 June 2013 at 20:41 |

    Thank God you are coming back! You are the only organic, nonGMO, unsweetened yogurt out there! I have been searching, calling all my area retailers for 3 weeks...so glad to hear the yogurt will soon be back on the shelves! I've missed you so ;) Thanks for your company and your quality product.

  • Barbara
    06 June 2013 at 21:09 |

    I'm SO glad to hear you'll be getting your product back on the shelves soon. My son is allergic to milk, and your yogurt is the only one I'm able to purchase at my local store that he can eat! We're eagerly waiting for your return!

  • Paulette
    06 June 2013 at 21:54 |

    Great news that Whole Soy Unsweetened Plain will be in production soon! I turned to Whole Soy UP recently when Silk quit manufacturing plain yogurt. I learned how small the soy yogurt market is and that there is very little unsweetened yogurt of any kind. I was not looking forward to making my own soy yogurt. I buy Whole Soy UP yogurt at Whole Foods, Ideal Market and Alfalfa's in Boulder. It would be nice to buy it at King Soopers, too.

  • Matt
    06 June 2013 at 22:20 |

    I see I'm not alone. You are the only palatable brand of unsweetened non-dairy yogurt out there. And the word palatable doesn't do you justice, it's delicious and I second the motion for larger sizes and more unsweetened options. And know that I also have a dog who otherwise has bad gas that takes a few spoonfuls of your yogurt with her breakfast every day, and eats the yogurt first. The gas is starting to come back, so please get going soon!

  • Michelle
    07 June 2013 at 03:40 |

    I am glad to hear you are not out of business. I've been checking everyday at my local health food stores and they didn't know when they would get a shipment in. hope it's soon! Love your unsweetened plain yogurt.

  • Jeremy
    07 June 2013 at 05:41 |

    My girlfriend and I also eat soy yogurt every day (until this recent supply disruption), usually buying 3 or more of the 24oz containers at a time. We would certainly prefer being able to buy a larger size, like some of the other commenters. We anxiously await your new supply at our local grocery store!

  • Lane
    07 June 2013 at 11:34 |

    Hurry please my little Vegan is starting "peanut-free" camp in 2 weeks. Your yogurt and a peanut butter something are always staples in her school lunches. I am not that creative w/o yogurt and peanut butter not sure what this girl is going to eat! :)

  • Elizabeth
    07 June 2013 at 13:27 |

    So glad to read this update. Like many others, I have a young child who is allergic to whey. She's only 13 months old, and doesn't have a huge appetite, but she can down a whole container of your yogurt, no problem! She loves it, and I'm looking forward to feeding it to her again. Best wishes to everyone involved in completing the transition to your new facility and producing the first batch that ships out to your distributors. I have a feeling they'll sell out fast!

  • VTAlan
    07 June 2013 at 13:31 |

    Lacking Wholesoy recently, I resorted to re-trying the other non-dairy yogurts on the market. Across the board, too sweet. They all tasted like I imagine Go-gurt tastes. Looking forward to having you back on the shelf and hoping you will always have unsweetened plain and non-sickly-sweet flavors.

  • Kiki
    07 June 2013 at 13:33 |

    DYING without your yogurt. Please hurry!!!

  • Kiki
    07 June 2013 at 13:35 |

    PS--The only soy yogurt on the market without an aftertaste, and without a thick pudding-like consistency. It truly is a treat to eat your products--I feel like I'm eating dessert each time I do.

  • Diane
    07 June 2013 at 17:09 |

    Yeah! We were in a panic there for a while! Since we can't eat yogurt made with coconut because of the oil, since we are reversing heart disease. We couldn't be happier to find out that you are just moving to another facility! We have been checking the shelf every time we stop at Whole Foods, Fred Meyer.

  • gina
    07 June 2013 at 18:40 |

    Thank you for continuing to make such a palatable vegan yogurt, when many in your situation would have just called it quits rather than putting in the extra work to pick up the pieces again. Looking forward to seeing WholeSoy & Co. back on the shelves! Can't wait!! You are doing a huge service for the dairy free world. Keep calm and WholeSoy on. ;-D

  • Anonymous
    07 June 2013 at 19:08 |

    Thank you for the update and please hurry. My 86 year old mom can digest very few things and your soy yogurt is one thing we can always count on to give her some good nutrition that doesn't upset her stomach.

  • Nina
    07 June 2013 at 21:13 |

    Oh, thank goodness you are returning! I've been going crazy wondering why there is no soygurt anywhere. I tried to eat almond and coco and other brands but I only want the soy. Please make sure it finds its way back to Brooklyn and the NYC Whole Foods!!!

  • Sarah
    08 June 2013 at 15:50 |

    My kiddos both have dairy allergies and eat your yogurt everyday for lunch. So glad you are going to start shipping soon! They've both been complaining without their yogurt and I've tried other brands and even almond milk yogurt with them. They didn't like any other kind! Thank you for making such a great product.

  • Karen Banfield
    09 June 2013 at 14:04 |

    I'm glad to see I'm not the only one scouring southern California for your product. There is NO other product out there like yours. I too am going through withdrawal. Must feel good to have a product so missed and valued. Hope it's coming SOON...

  • Laura
    09 June 2013 at 20:01 |

    Another vote for larger packages and more unsweetened. Thanks for a great product and so glad to know it will be available again soon!

  • Chris
    10 June 2013 at 14:26 |

    Thanks for updating your customers via the blog. My wife and I have definitely missed our morning yogurt over the past few weeks. I too feared you'd closed up shop.

  • Claudine
    10 June 2013 at 15:27 |

    Hi-any word yet on when more yogurt will be shipping? We have missed you a lot!

  • Anonymous
    10 June 2013 at 15:45 |

    Oh good, I too was beginning to think you had gone out of business when I couldn't find you on Nob Hill's or Whole Foods' shelves. I miss your plain unsweetened yogurt :) Good luck with the transition and I look forward to seeing you back on the shelves!

  • Carly
    10 June 2013 at 16:51 |

    Any update when the yogurts will start shipping again? My 3 year old is crying for his soy vanilla yogurt everyday!

  • Anonymous
    10 June 2013 at 20:00 |

    Great to know you will be back in production soon. My local Whole Foods is clueless as to why they can't get your product. They simply say " oh it's out of stock at the warehouse". What a sad excuse for a billion dollar company . Not knowing what's happened to their products especially when they openly said they've had a lot of complaints as to the lack of soy yogurt.

  • Lige
    11 June 2013 at 03:17 |

    Well, here's one more WholeSoy Yogurt addict that is extremely glad that your products will soon be back in stores! I buy at the Food Coop in Port Townsend, WA. Our distributor is probably in Seattle. I'll keep checking your blog, but it would also be great if you could let me know when WholeSoy Yogurt should be available in our area. Many Thanks

  • Doris
    11 June 2013 at 11:50 |

    Your product sells very well in Jenkintown, PA Wholefoods. It flew off the shelf and now there is nothing to replace it. I could eat nothing but your lemon yogurt for the rest of my life. I hope it's back soon. When you return, please insist that Whole Foods accepts a triple order. I don't want them to underestimate the pent up demand out here.

  • Anonymous
    11 June 2013 at 14:08 |

    -happy dance- i've been snagging the refrigerated-foods guy/gal in every store i go to, telling them that you're going to be shipping shortly and that they should keep the shelf space for you. they miss you too. :)

  • AC
    11 June 2013 at 15:17 |

    I am sooooo relieved that your company has not gone out of business. When you return to market -- (May that be VERY soon!) -- please, please persuade Whole Foods Market in Dallas area to start stocking your lime yogurt. It is one of the best yogurts I ever have enjoyed!

  • Anonymous
    11 June 2013 at 16:45 |

    I have tried every vegan yogurt that I can find at my local Whole Foods, natural food stores and co-ops and nothing comes close to your product. I will be very happy when they are back in stores.

  • Lisa
    11 June 2013 at 16:56 |

    What a relief to find that you will be shipping yogurt again soon. Yours is the only brand of non-dairy yogurt without sugar. Thank you for that!!
    I anxiously await your new facilities and your new shipments. Interestingly, the one store in our town that sells the Unsweetened Plain is Whole Foods Santa Barbara. And, yes, if you made them in 32 oz containers I'd buy them...
    thanks again for a great product

  • Tamara Pettinger
    Tamara Pettinger
    11 June 2013 at 17:05 |

    Please bring back the strawberry banana. It was so great I think you could put it into a pie shell and call it soy yogurt pie. Thanks for the info on the site. I have been harassing my local stores about this for weeks and weeks. Too bad they didn't know what was going on. It could have saved a lot of grief. I guess it means I don't want to live without your yogurt. Also a thanks for not putting carrageenan in your products as i have found out it is bad for both your stomach and your lungs.

  • Bree
    11 June 2013 at 17:10 |

    Whew...a big sigh of relief knowing that you're coming back to stores again. I purchase from MOM's in Prince George's County, MD. I didn't think you were coming back so after some reccos from friends, I've been opting for a more expensive organic Greek yogurt which I don't like too much. Don't think I'll be buying the greek stuff again, I'll just wait for you to return the shelves.

  • Anna
    12 June 2013 at 04:39 |

    Hi. Any news on when you will be shipping out your first batch?
    Brooklyn, NY

  • Anonymous
    12 June 2013 at 06:57 |

    I will make copies of this notice and take it to the Fred Meyer, the Thriftway, and the QFC that I go to in the Seattle area so they know they can order again. Like everyone above, I am SO glad you are not out of business. Your product is vastly superior to the other non dairy yogurts my husband has tried.....

  • Richard
    12 June 2013 at 14:48 |

    Hi WholeSoy!

    I'm just curious to see if you know when your delicious yogurt will return to my local grocer's shelves. The store where I get your yogurt is the Earthfare in Rock Hill, SC 29732.

    P.S. Could you persuade them to carry your unsweetened blend?

    P.P.S. I second another person's post: Strawberry banana is the most wonderful yogurt flavor ever formulated---please consider making this a part of the repertoire!!

  • Jason
    12 June 2013 at 20:21 |

    Whats the latest news?

  • Jaimee
    12 June 2013 at 22:46 |

    You're busy, we know, but can we all get an update on production/distribution?

    Horrified at ALL OTHER non-dairy yogurt products' taste and texture (have tried 5 others: 2 soy, 1 almond and 2 coconut...YUCK) and am severely in need of WholeSoy again.

    Hope all's well in the new home!

  • Joan Seliger Sidney
    Joan Seliger Sidney
    13 June 2013 at 02:35 |

    You are the only organic, non-gmo, dairy-free yogurt. Almond & coconut yogurts use milk powder in their cultures. Ship to the Willimantic Food Co-op, CT, asap.

  • Eliza M
    Eliza M
    13 June 2013 at 04:29 |

    Looking forward to seeing Whole Soy back on the shelves of Ballard Market in Seattle, Wa!

  • bruce
    13 June 2013 at 15:48 |

    welcome back! now fairway market in plainview, ny has to find a place for you back on the shelf. the greek yogurts and silk soy yogurts have been muscling in. I will do my best to get you back.

  • Jill
    13 June 2013 at 23:59 |

    Our local Co-Op in Sacramento has told me that they have never heard from so many desperate people missing a particular product. I'm sure you will be back in our stores soon!

  • Anonymous
    14 June 2013 at 04:20 |

    So glad to hear it's only temporary. I'm also glad to know that you have lots of us out there supporting your product. I love it and have not found anything that comes close to replacing it. Thanks!

  • mary
    14 June 2013 at 18:01 |

    So glad you are coming back. I love your product. I've been able to sometimes find it at Grocery Outlet in Tacoma, WA and Auburn, WA so that might be helpful for any WA people (but should be noted this is sporadic due to the type of store Grocery Outlet is). I typically buy it regularly at Tacoma Food Coop in Tacoma, WA and Fred Meyer in Tacoma, WA. I'd like to encourage you to make more lower sugar options as well (saw that in another blog comment) but I am sooo thankful yo make the unsweetened plain yogurt as I buy that as my daily yogurt. A million thanks for making a non GMO, nondairy, organic, soy yogurt. You are the best!!!!

  • nanaluvshorses
    14 June 2013 at 22:51 |

    Whew! Grateful to hear it's a temporary situation. (but it feel's like it's been weeks since I had it.) I am also quite addicted and was not happy to be cut off. Glad my desperation led me to the website. Patience, mildness, self-control,....

  • Priya
    15 June 2013 at 03:51 |

    I am Indian and go through several of your plain, unsweetened 24 oz yogurt containers a week for my Indian cooking. Since your product became unavailable, I have gone back to making my own soy yogurt. I enjoy making it, but in a couple of months it will no longer be warm enough to make flavorful batches. I hope you are back on the shelves by then. Best wishes for your new facility.

  • Anonymous
    17 June 2013 at 05:34 |

    Can't wait to see it back on the shelves at Bellevue and Redmond WA Whole Foods.

  • Anonymous
    17 June 2013 at 19:08 |

    WholeSoy Team, Your last update on this page was on May 30th. Can you update us when will the "plain or the unsweetened " reach the grocery stores?

  • Dedra
    17 June 2013 at 22:25 |

    I just bought all the ingredients for tzadikki and found no yogurt on the shelf. Do you think my cucumbers and dill will go bad before your yogurt makes it to the Tulsa Whole Foods? Maybe by June 25? Thanks. By the way it is awesome with the plain unsweetened and I filter it so it has a Greek yogurt consistency.

  • Anonymous
    18 June 2013 at 01:19 |

    I am in cherry hill nj and still wsiting patiently for your yogurt to return to the stores. Whole foods has no answers and wegmans has said next week for the past 2 weeks...can You give me a better idea as to when it may be available here? Thanks.

  • Anonymous
    19 June 2013 at 07:29 |

    I'm tickled to find so many people here with the same experience as me. Can't get my soy yogurt anwhere, what is going on? Glad you have this blog to explain everything, and so glad you will be back soon. Like everyone else here, I miss you!

  • Debbie
    19 June 2013 at 23:25 |

    Are you still going to have the same Kosher certification you had before? I miss you! The competition just doesn't measure up!

  • Lacey
    20 June 2013 at 16:57 |

    It's June 20th and no sign of soy yogurt life in any stores around the San Francisco Bay Area....ouch.

    Do you have an update yet????

  • david curiel serret
    david curiel serret
    20 June 2013 at 19:26 |

    Thank you for posting this. I was getting very worried you were not in business anymore, or something. I can't wait to get this delicious soy yogurt. I eat too much of it sometimes! -Thank you-

  • Roger
    21 June 2013 at 01:07 |

    Dont forget H.E.B. grocery stores in Corpus Christi, Texas. I'm going crazy without ya'lls yogurt. Hungry vegan here. Thanx.

  • Anonymous
    24 June 2013 at 03:02 |

    I have two hopes in the world today: 1) that you get your products on the shelves soon, as in 'yesterday'; 2) that you can sue (and win) the old facility for your losing out on god only knows how much money from your inability to meet market demands.

    there are plenty of good lawyers out there who will help.


  • Caroline Roberts
    Caroline Roberts
    25 June 2013 at 04:21 |

    Oh, THANK GOODNESS! My family is going through major withdrawls. We mainly buy from Rosauers because they carry Mango, no one else does locally (we live a hour east of Portland, OR). Fred Meyers carried 3-4 flavors of small containers sometimes one bigger flavor, and Safeway only carries 3- vanilla, blueberry & strawberry. A manager in Hood River told me you were going out of business and the majority was outdating (possibly because they charge the most and move them constantly to make them hard to find)
    Everyone I know, Mango is their favorite. I even saw a lady staring longingly at the shelf at Fred Meyer and I took a chance and said "Mango is only at Rosauers" she said "I know but I wish I didn't have to drive 20 minutes then find they're out because everyone always buys it out first" When you come back could you PLEASE encourage stores to carry the vanilla in lg. container and add mango to their small container? I've NEVER seen an outdate in that flavor!

  • Anonymous
    25 June 2013 at 06:31 |

    Yay! So glad you hear you'll be back soon!

  • WholeSoy
    25 June 2013 at 22:58 |

    Please visit the blog page for the most current update (at the top): http://wholesoyco.com/blog

  • Linda
    27 June 2013 at 23:53 |

    I am missing your yogurt too much! I did the same as everyone else... went to the store everyday to see if it was back. They have small containers now, but not the larger containers (which is what I buy). Please tell me that the larger (I guess 24 oz?) are coming back in both plain and vanilla! I shop at common ground food coop in Urbana, IL.

  • Maria
    28 June 2013 at 22:41 |

    I love your yogurt. I am now on dairy free and gluten free products and I order one case a week of the unsweetened plain big size yogurts. I'm lost without them. Please don't change anything about this product, it's delicious and filling. I haven't tried any other I've been waiting for this. Can't wait to have it. Maria in Worcester

  • E Bennett
    E Bennett
    29 June 2013 at 11:29 |

    My family loves your product and we eat it on a daily basis and sure do miss it. We shop at Whole Foods in South Portland, Maine and hope to see it.available soon :)

  • M J
    M J
    29 June 2013 at 15:05 |

    Guys, your team AND your wonderful products are definitely worth waiting for. I buy your product two cases at a time :). I hope you are all taking care of yourselves as well during a frantically busy time.

  • Lydia Montalvo
    Lydia Montalvo
    02 July 2013 at 13:42 |

    I am lactose intolerant and was just diagonosed with type 2 diabetes. I am using insulin and have to watch what I eat 24/7. Your soy yogurt was the only thing I could tolerate without any side effects. Please advise when I'll be able to get some in New York City (Keyfood store) zip 10128.

  • WholeSoy
    02 July 2013 at 18:50 |

    Please visit our blog page for the most current update (at the top): http://wholesoyco.com/blog

  • Annaliese
    02 July 2013 at 22:52 |

    Also very relieved to hear it will be coming back eventually. I have tried every soy/rice/coconut/almond yogurt out there and these have the best flavor and texture combo. (sidebar: how can coconut yogurt be SO awful when the milk & ice cream from it are SO good!?) I would also vote for less sugar, or maybe specifically unprocessed sugar. (maybe you already do that, but its been so long I don't remember)
    I buy at whole foods and coops regularly, but I occasionally see it at random grocery stores and will buy it anywhere to save myself a trip to Whole Foods just for this. I could handle a lower price too, or coupons for buy many get some discount, because it sounds like everyone here, including myself, buys a lot! Poor people could never pay $1 or more for one little cup. Thanks for making great yogurt!

  • Lydia
    03 July 2013 at 16:32 |

    I was extremely disappointed when the shelves were empty for several visits to my neighborhood health store. I thought you had gone out of business, but Mrs Green( Health food Store) reported the company was transitioning and it would take several weeks. That was relieving, really. A short time is better than permanent. My spouse looks to have his whole soy every nite before bed and because I don't consume dairy, it is a awesome alternative.
    Thanks for the quality!!!!!

  • ferdinanda
    03 July 2013 at 17:40 |

    yay i am very relieved! for some time now i've been going to the yogurt section to check for whole soy but to no avail. all i see now is dairy yogurt :( please hurry!

  • Anonymous
    04 July 2013 at 16:36 |

    Relieved to hear that you will be back and anxious for your return! Our store has been without a supply for at least a month now. I purchase from the Whole Foods in Winston-Salem, NC.

  • Parentofsoychildren
    04 July 2013 at 16:44 |

    My daughter is allergic to milk and all the ones out there now have milk cultures. We go thru about 10 a week and we really miss them. It seems that the stores have been out of stock for more than a month. Any update to when they will be back on the shelves. Also expanding to more supermarkets as there is only one in out area that carries it and we would love to see more places carry it.

  • Bruce
    06 July 2013 at 06:01 |

    We miss your yogurt. Lemon, lime & vanilla the most. We have been making due with the other brands of soy yogurt. But they are just not the same:(

  • Bruce
    06 July 2013 at 06:12 |

    And sorry about the old facility abruptly closing its doors... looking forward to seeing you back in production again:)

  • Donald
    06 July 2013 at 16:25 |

    Freaky story. Hope you're suing your erstwhile packager for all of us who are doing without the product. We've been eating it for years. Wouldn't think we'd miss it if it disappeared but we really do.

  • sherry
    08 July 2013 at 02:14 |

    I use your plain soy yogurt for cheese making as well as yogurt. I look forward to the shipment. Never thought I miss it this much.
    Thanks for your products

  • Wendell Brown
    Wendell Brown
    08 July 2013 at 04:09 |

    Wonderful product - our family has loved eating WholeSoy yogurt for years. We recently discovered how much we really love WholeSoy - hard to fully realize how much we loved it until we couldn't get it !! We eagerly look forward to your return and we continue to tell our friends about WholeSoy. Wonderful product from a wonderful company !!

  • joe
    09 July 2013 at 02:28 |

    i'm living in canada & bought your yogurts in new york for a year or so, i was so happy that u start to ship to canada but was really upset that it was only available for less then a month, my 2 year son is really depended on your yogurts for his daily diet as he is allergic to dairy products, please make all affords it should be available again soon in canada,can you tell me a estimate when it will be available again i'm buying it from unfi toronto?

  • Megan
    09 July 2013 at 21:54 |

    Whole foods is my only market that sells whole soy- they don't sell all of the flavors listed in the photo above. It would be nice to switch it up, since I generally eat one of your yogurts a day =)

  • Nicole
    10 July 2013 at 14:17 |

    I am so glad to know that we will be able to have your yogurt again soon. We eat a lot of yogurt in our house and no non-dairy brand is as good as yours. My two vegan kids and I have been at a loss for breakfast without you! Best of luck in the transition to your new facility.

  • WholeSoy
    12 July 2013 at 17:18 |

    Please also read our most current update, posted on July 11th. Our Very Own Yogurt Facility: http://wholesoyco.com/blog/item/our-very-own-yogurt-facility

  • Anonymous
    14 July 2013 at 02:23 |

    Can't wait to eat you again! Come back to grocery stores soooooon!!!!

  • Whole Soy Yogurt Fan
    Whole Soy Yogurt Fan
    14 July 2013 at 21:52 |

    Love, love, love your Soy Yogurt, and have been missing it a LOT! I've been cleaning out the store shelves whenever it shows up!! (Which explains the empty shelves around here!) So happy to now know the real story behind those current empty shelves, but sorry for all the hassles it has created for your team. Glad to know you are taking the time needed to make the new facility work ~ BRAVO! I look forward to seeing Whole Soy Yogurt back in Safeway and Vinnie's in Lebanon, Oregon, as well as Fred Meyer in Albany, Oregon, and Lifesource in Salem, Oregon. Perhaps Mega Foods would consider carrying it in Lebanon, Oregon too? Thank you for all your hard work, and attention to detail. Blessings!

  • Anonymous
    16 July 2013 at 14:46 |

    I have been cursing the health food stores for a few weeks now for daring to stop carrying this brand and am beyond excited to hear that that wasn't the case. My dairy allergy and I can't wait for it to be back on the shelves

  • Anonymous
    16 July 2013 at 20:03 |

    I was at my local New Seasons in Happy Valley, OR last night and they told me Whole Soy would not be shipping anymore product for another year.

    Is this true, and when is Whole Soy expecting to start shipping product?

  • Anonymous
    18 July 2013 at 14:21 |

    Where is the Whole Soy Yogurt? Can't seem to find a suitable subsitute until you come back. Please hurry.

    • Janice Oliver Bey
      Janice Oliver Bey
      26 July 2013 at 20:12 |

      I've been buying Greenway's Lactose Free yogurt, which is comparable in price, but thicker like Greek yogurt. Flavors: Plain, Vanilla, Blueberry, Strawberry and Honey.

  • Leslie
    24 July 2013 at 15:39 |

    Please come back to My Organic Market in Alexandria, Virginia!

  • Kathi Norris
    Kathi Norris
    26 July 2013 at 03:28 |

    I'm so frustrated waiting for this yogurt! I buy the quart size
    Containers 2 at a time. Please HURRY!!!

  • Janice Oliver Bey
    Janice Oliver Bey
    26 July 2013 at 20:08 |

    I check weekly for Whole Soy yogurt to return to my neighborhood supermarkets, A & P in Kenilworth NJ, and Whole Foods in Union NJ and haven't seen it yet. :-( Please hurry. It's been much too long without it. Our health is at stake!

  • Carol
    29 July 2013 at 22:34 |

    Whole Foods in Cupertino, CA no longer is carrying your yogurt!!! Is there anything you can do to get them to carry it again?

  • Jana
    02 August 2013 at 18:43 |

    Is this why I can't find it at Sprout's anymore for the past few months?

  • Lea
    04 August 2013 at 17:01 |

    How much longer till in will be available again? Everything I read says June or July and we are now in August and still no yogurt.

  • Roseann
    08 August 2013 at 17:43 |

    HELP! My supplier, PASS Health Foods in Palos Hts,IL just left me a message saying you will no longer be making Vanilla Yogurt. Is that true? Are you back up and running yet?

  • Judy Ross
    Judy Ross
    09 August 2013 at 14:48 |

    Please hurry! I have been making my own soy yogurt, but it just isn't close to as good. I am desparate or the UNSWEETENED PLAIN up here in the remotes rural corner of northern NY in the Adirondack mountains. What is the latest????

  • Jenny
    10 August 2013 at 06:51 |

    Hi Ted,

    Your Whole Soy products are, without a doubt, the most delicious and the greatest quality soy products on the market. I have IBS and I mostly have been eating your wonderful products for my daily protein intake and better health and well being. Please get up and running soon, My health will greatly improve when I go back to eating your products.

    Thank you and best wishes for continued success,


  • CR
    11 August 2013 at 18:13 |

    I know that things out of one's control happen and just want to thank you for your efforts. I've been pestering my grocery store for two months, they may be tired of hearing from me by now ;-) Finally thought to check here. Like the fuit stuff too, but was thrilled after ten years of watching to finally find a competent plain soy yogurt that could be used for ayran and tzatziki. Thanks for making it available!

  • Anonymous
    15 August 2013 at 22:25 |

    I'm really getting sick of the icky tasting alternative to Whole Soy and hope when you are back that icky stuff will leave all the markets it has now invaded! I can't wait until Whole Soy returns!

  • Beth
    19 August 2013 at 23:55 |

    I have been checking constantly at EVERY store in Boulder, Colorado, for this yogurt to come back. So far, no dice. But I am also sending emails to all Boulder grocery stores begging for this yogurt. I hope to see it back in Boulder soon!

  • Anonymous
    21 August 2013 at 15:17 |

    I have been wondering what's happened to my favorite soy yogurt, so I finally checked your site. So glad you'll be coming back soon. Other soy yogurts just don't compare!

  • Bill B.
    Bill B.
    23 August 2013 at 20:32 |

    Hope to see your yogurt back soon. Can you keep supplying the Kroger Store in Fuquay Varina, NC? If not can you keep the Whole Foods Stores around Raleigh stocked? I became a vegan about 2 years ago for my cholesterol and this yogurt really helps with the diet! Do you sell stock?

  • Lori
    24 August 2013 at 19:16 |

    Your yogurt is the only one I love. I am vegan, gluten-free, and organic. On top of that, I am having months and months of dental work and need soft or liquid foods for another year. I can hardly wait for your yogurt. There is no substitute. I usually shop at Sprouts in Mesa, AZ. When will you be back?

  • Anonymous
    25 August 2013 at 15:59 |

    I miss Whole Soy Yogurt so much. Please, please, please bring it back soon!

  • Edna
    29 August 2013 at 18:27 |

    It's already almost September and the yogurt is not out yet! What was great about Whole Soy was that it could be found in regular supermarkets. I don't have special organic grocery stores near me that produce their own brand and I relied on Whole Soy. It had a great taste too. I hope to see it this year.

  • Ti Wohlt
    Ti Wohlt
    30 August 2013 at 02:34 |

    We need unsweetened, plain in the Midwest!!! Your products are LOVED!!! Thank you for your efforts!

  • Alicia Phillips
    Alicia Phillips
    30 August 2013 at 15:21 |

    Being lactose sensitive (not completely intolerant), Whole soy yogurt is a great way for me to get the friendly flora I need in a much tastier way than any cow's milk yogurt or pills! Please come back soon!!

  • Carolyn in Seattle
    Carolyn in Seattle
    31 August 2013 at 13:24 |

    WholeSoy yogurt is the best! I look forward to its return. Easy to take to work. Great with my homemade granola and fruit. And I especially like the cherry flavor as a treat for desert. Please let us know when it is available again so we can request it from our retailers.

  • Andrew
    01 September 2013 at 06:23 |

    Nothing but love. Nothing but patience.

    Remember that our desire for WholeSoy products can't be met if you rush things so much that your needs aren't met. Take care of yourselves.


  • Anonymous
    02 September 2013 at 05:58 |

    Thank Goodness your company is still in business. I was slowly slipping into coconut/almond yogurt(which taste terrible) depression. Your product by far is the best tasting. If I had to travel to another state to stock up on your product I would. Hope to see you soon, and PLEASE PLEASE do not change to using coconut milk in your products.

    Whole Soy& Co. Committed buyer

  • Anonymous
    04 September 2013 at 17:24 |

    I am so glad you are not out of business! I bought a competitor's soy yogurt (plain) and it was brownish in color and disgusting! Your plain unsweetened soy yogurt is fantastic!!!! I use it when making Indian dishes that call for yogurt. I add fruit and stevia and have a healthy snack. I do miss it so and cannot wait to see it in the stores again.

  • rachel
    04 September 2013 at 18:28 |

    Even the stocking clerks are tired of answering our questions about when you will be back on the shelves. I can't stomach Nancy's soy yogurt, and the coconut is nauseating.......we are being patient!!! Please don't change a thing........

  • Goshi
    05 September 2013 at 17:46 |

    An update from the manufacturer is a bit overdue, folks. Are you really still in the yogurt biz?

  • WholeSoy
    05 September 2013 at 22:49 |

    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!

  • WholeSoy
    05 September 2013 at 23:14 |

    Thank you all for your encouraging comments and feedback! We posted another quick update: 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!

  • Anonymous
    06 September 2013 at 14:43 |

    First and foremost I am very grateful you have not gone out of business. However, it seems maybe some pre-planning would have eliminated thousands of customers going without yogurt for 5 months. Sorry but it just seems this situation could have been handled differently.... I have been waiting for months already and now another two or three it sounds....

    • Kim rigato
      Kim rigato
      12 September 2013 at 16:15 |

      You may have missed the part of the letter that stated "Although we had already been working on setting up a new facility for a few months, the old facility just abruptly closed its doors and stopped making our products (giving us only three days' notice) at a time when WholeSoy was at peak demand". We all understand the disappointment of our favorite yogurt having a hiccup, but please show some empathy here. Turn the tables and ask yourself what you would do and how you would feel in this situation. The yogurt is nearly back, we should be celebrating, not chastising.

    • Robert Paterson
      15 September 2013 at 13:55 |

      Well, you could also always make your own, or buy another brand. Frankly, I think we should all feel lucky that this company even exists. If this were thirty years ago, there would be NO commercial vegan yogurts. And like Kim said, it really wasn't their fault.

  • Kim rigato
    Kim rigato
    12 September 2013 at 16:09 |

    My son and I love your yogurt. Parfaits and smoothies are definitely where its is at regarding Whole Soy & Co. In my house. I am very excited to hear the shelves will soon be packed again. Nothing else compares to your yogurt.

  • Robert Paterson
    15 September 2013 at 13:22 |

    My family loves your soy yogurts, so we were really surprised to not see them at Whole Foods in NYC. Now we know why. We can't wait to see them back on the store shelves! They really are the best vegan yogurts on the market.

  • Jeanne
    20 October 2013 at 17:30 |

    Your soy yogurts are the best! Anxiously awaiting the day they come back in stores! Hope you still will make the plain yogurt.

  • Marty
    06 November 2013 at 15:39 |

    i can't wait for you to be back online. nancy's & stonyfield are both inedible. they're so mealy. i can't understand how they can stay in business.

  • Keith Charles Edwards
    Keith Charles Edwards
    07 January 2014 at 22:47 |

    "We've waited too long."-Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King

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