WholeSoy Returns this Fall

on Wednesday, 04 September 2013. Posted in Announcements

Late October to November

returning-fall-lgThank you all for your continued comments, encouraging support and patience! The fall is fast approaching and we know you are all on pins and needles waiting to hear the latest. We have been working diligently the last few months to begin making WholeSoy yogurts again!

We still anticipate that we will begin making soy yogurt this fall – likely late October to early November. Since our last update, we have been doing a whole lot of planning, acquiring and installing of yogurt–making equipment, certification paperwork, and so much more! Then we'll begin deep cleaning and testing the equipment. It's an immense amount of work, but it is well worth it!

We know the absence of your favorite non-dairy yogurt has been difficult for everyone and we sincerely apologize, but our preparations now will help us establish a consistent, stable, and delicious supply of WholeSoy for the future!

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We'll bring you more updates and a clearer timeline when we get closer to making soy yogurt! In the meantime here is a quick recap of what led up to WholeSoy's unavailability:

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. While in the process of setting up yogurt production at a new co-packing facility it became painfully clear, even after all the long hours we put into trying to make it work, that the new co-packer could not meet the high demand for WholeSoy yogurts either. We searched and scoured for another existing co-packer to temporarily help us make our yogurt but all to no avail. The only alternative became clear, we had to build our very own yogurt facility.

Read our last blog post for details: Our Very Own Yogurt Facility

Thanks again for showing all your amazing support of WholeSoy - it's making a huge difference! We hope you continue to hang in there with us!

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 (154)

  • Anonymous
    05 September 2013 at 00:59 |

    Return to Raley's Vacaville.

    • Anonymous
      14 September 2013 at 06:11 |

      It would be nice if Trader Joes in Riverside would carry your yogurt. They used to carry a soy yogurt but it was not even close to yours! The soy yogurts available now are really bad tasting.
      Please hurry! I probably ate 40 of your yogurts a month!

      • Anonymous
        12 October 2013 at 20:40 |

        I'm pretty sure that Trader Joe's store brand soy yogurt was actually Whole Soy. Otherwise they both mysteriously disappeared from the shelves at the same time. (A lot of Trader Joe's store brand items are actually re-labled name brands. It's how they can sell them so cheap)

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    • Anonymous
      05 October 2013 at 01:21 |

      please ensure that Whole Foods stores in the Washington DC area carry your yogurt again. I relied on Whole Soy because it is the only milk free yogurt that lists all ingredients and doesn't include ingredients I was allergic to!!

    • Sylvia
      08 October 2013 at 16:02 |

      Harvest Market in Fort Bragg, CA. SOON PLEASE! Especially the unsweetened plain and lemon, and vanilla . . .

      Here's to kindness!

    • Anya McCann
      Anya McCann
      18 October 2013 at 19:38 |

      In Davis, CA, we have a FB page, vegansofdavis, and 150 of us would like to know when/where it will be on the shelves near us (Davis Food Coop, Nugget, Whole Foods). There are several similar groups in Sacramento. Maybe your marketing people could make a post on all of our pages when you release product. Thanks

  • anon
    05 September 2013 at 17:16 |


  • Anonymous
    05 September 2013 at 18:20 |

    I can't wait for your yogurt to be back in stores. I've tried all the other brands and none of them are even edible, in my opinion, except for Nancy's soy, which still isn't nearly as good as yours. There is just such a lack of good soy yogurt out there and the almond and coconut milk soy yogurts are terrible in my opinion. I'm glad the effort is there but really I can't wait for Whole Soy to be back! I know it will be just as delicious as always!

  • andrea m
    andrea m
    05 September 2013 at 19:06 |

    Looking forward to the BEST product ever, Iv'e been jonesing ALL summer long, as I haven't been able to get any since April, and really, really miss my yogurt fix. Hurry and send some to fred meyers in everett WA as soon as it get's going, I'll accept that as my be-lated b-day present, I didn't get this summer.

  • Neil Friedman
    Neil Friedman
    05 September 2013 at 23:45 |

    I have been waiting so long . . . I have tried every other non-dairy yogurt but only one makes the grade. .and that's Wholesoy unsweetened plain . . .

  • Anonymous
    06 September 2013 at 06:15 |

    Please keep up the good work of making it happen. My son with multiple food allergies really loves your yogurt and we can't wait until it can again become a large part of his diet. Good luck with progress on the new factory.

  • Anonymous
    06 September 2013 at 14:46 |

    All Whole Foods including Cincinnati/Columbus. I can only eat the plain d/t the high sugar content...

  • Maria
    06 September 2013 at 16:35 |

    I can't wait to have my yogurt again. I really miss eating it. I havent tried any other brand I've just been waiting. Hope you guys don't change the ingredients or anything about it at all.

  • Yvonne
    06 September 2013 at 21:33 |

    1. Whole Foods in Woodland Hills and Tarzana, CA.
    2. WholeSoy yogurt is healthy and delicious.
    Kudos to you all for not giving up under such stressful conditions. You will succeed, and derive great joy from owning your own facility. Independence will be sweet. Remember... the sun will peek out from behind the clouds again and create a magnificent rainbow at the end of the storm.

  • Carol
    07 September 2013 at 03:54 |

    Please come back to Miami, FL soon. Whole Foods, Milam's in Coconut Grove, Publix would all be great.

  • Megan Kirin
    Megan Kirin
    07 September 2013 at 12:19 |

    You are a great company. I'm so glad you are able to make your dream happen. It is good to know your amazing product will remain in your hands. I can only imagine how thus process is wearing on all of you emotionally, physically and financally. Keep up the good work. Sending more positive vibes.

  • C W Richardson
    C W Richardson
    07 September 2013 at 13:39 |

    I agree with "Anonymous 9/5/13 at 18:20" especially about those almond and coconut milk products. In a word: DREADFUL!

    I don't want to rush time but late October/early November cannot get here fast enough.

    There is a lesson in here somewhere.


  • Thérése
    07 September 2013 at 14:48 |

    Ellwood Thompson Natural Market, Whole Foods, all Krogers, all Martins these stores are in Richmond VA

  • Anonymous
    07 September 2013 at 18:14 |

    Please come to a Meijer store. I shop there all the time and would LOVE to pick up your yogurt from there too. I have tried dozens of soy, almond, and cocunut milk yogurts (since I have a terrible dairy allergy) and none of them taste that good at all. Your yogurt is the ONLY soy yogurt that is delicious and the only yogurt that I will eat. Please return soon! Being at a Meijer store I'm sure will increase sales too since Meijer stores are everywhere and they are more readily available to the public. Some of the specialty shops aren't available in every city and may be a hassle to find.

    • Anonymous
      19 September 2013 at 16:34 |

      I second that! Meijer is currently carrying a soy yogurt that has cow's milk in it!! Blech! Bring back Whole Soy!

  • Georgia
    07 September 2013 at 21:18 |

    I'm so happy to hear you'll be up and running again soon. I love and have missed your plain unsweetened yogurt, which I'd been buying at MOM's in Frederick, MD. I'd like to see the Whole Foods in Gaithersburg, MD, stock it also. Thanks!

  • James S
    James S
    09 September 2013 at 00:39 |

    Both Trader Joe's and Whole Foods in various parts of New Jersey used to carry your products. Whole Foods has started to carry another soy yogurt that we tried and do not care for (Nancy's). We can't wait for WholeSoy to return to the Garden State!

  • Sheila Goble
    Sheila Goble
    09 September 2013 at 01:35 |

    Whole Food in Schaumburg, IL...
    if possible, Woodman or Choice Natural Market in Rockford, IL.

    Dairy-Free yogurt!!
    It's hard to find around here!

  • Richard
    09 September 2013 at 17:27 |

    I'm so excited!! I can't wait to see Whole Soy yogurt on my grocer's shelves again. Keep up the good work!!

  • Anonymous
    09 September 2013 at 18:23 |

    I have been searching every supermarket for your product over the past several months. My son has some food allergies and his absolute favorite snack is your peach yogurt. Normally we buy it at Whole Foods. I wish more supermarkets would carry it too. Please hurry and begin shipping out your yogurt again. We miss it! It is delicious!

  • JJ Blanton
    JJ Blanton
    09 September 2013 at 19:58 |

    Paradise health foods in Viera, Fl, and Nature's Market on Apollo in Melbourne, FL and Whole Foods, elsewhere (like Falls Church, VA and Mountain View, CA). My life has no chance of being normal until you are back in business because my allergies are so extensive. Because of you, my health improved, and now I'm backsliding - needless to say, I think of you every day and pray for your success.

  • Anonymous
    09 September 2013 at 21:22 |

    Unsweetened plain soy yogurt: Debra's Natural Gourment in West Concord, MA, and Whole Foods in Bedford, MA

  • Anonymous
    09 September 2013 at 23:14 |

    Really missing your soy yogurt and looking forward to more.

  • Eileen
    10 September 2013 at 00:11 |

    1. Where do you want to see WholeSoy yogurts carried again? Include the name of the store (city & state, if possible), please.
    Berkeley Bowl, Berkeley CA
    Whole Food, Berkeley
    Safeway, Richmond/El Cerrito
    Williams Natural Foods, Richmond CA
    Berkeley Natural Grocery/El Cerrito Natural Grocery

    2. Why is WholeSoy the yogurt for you and/or for your family?
    Wholesoy makes the only good-tasting Unsweetened soy yogurt I've ever found. Most soy yogurt makers put sweetener in - and way too much of it. Or if they make an unsweetened it does not taste good. Wholesoy does - and I really miss it!

    Happy to hear you are getting close to being back in business!

    • Tatiana
      19 September 2013 at 18:06 |

      Please don't forget about A&P in Danbury,Connecticut :-), my 2,5 y.old son (with 8 food allergies)keeps asking "please Mommy buy my yogurt today. I love it very much!"

    • Antonia
      25 September 2013 at 20:35 |

      I second everything Eileen said re locations and why your yogurt is the absolute best (especially for us sugar-free folks and kids), with one addition to the locations list: Rainbow Grocery worker-owned co-op, San Francisco

  • Loo
    10 September 2013 at 19:39 |

    Whole Foods in Swampscott & Lynnfield, Mass. My husband and I are absolutely in love with Whole Soy yogurt...nothing else even comes remotely close. It's been a very sad few months without it and we can't wait to have it again! (I'm currently eating another brand...and silently crying...)

  • Amanda
    11 September 2013 at 01:47 |

    Please bring your product back to Sprouts in AZ, specifically Glendale. Fry's would be nice too, although I have never seen it there before. Whole Soy Plain Unsweetened yogurt is an important part of my very healthy diet for so many reasons! I love it in smoothies, or with homemade granola, of course! But what I REALLY miss is making creamy sauces and dressings out of it (creamy chipotle garlic dip, ranch dressing, curry-inspired sauce for mushroom lettuce wraps, etc.). I can't wait to get it back in my diet!! Thanks for working so hard!

  • Alex
    11 September 2013 at 04:13 |

    So excited to see you back on the shelves at Whole Foods P Street in Washington DC! It's been a long summer without, well...breakfast. Excited to have you guys back and running! Keep up the wonderful updates and hope everything goes smoothly.

  • Jim
    12 September 2013 at 00:47 |

    I'd discovered Whole Soy yogurt about a year ago. I had almost given up in finding a non-dairy yogurt that was as great tasting as yours is. It is so much better than any other non-dairy yogurt I'd tried and I'm anxiously awaiting its return to East End Food Coop in Pittsburgh!

  • Linda
    12 September 2013 at 02:30 |

    Finally, a more defined time frame. I can hardly wait! Silk soy yogurt is third rate and, due to the demand for soy yogurt, is usually sold out on the shelf anyway. Nancy's soy is absolutely revolting. The almond milk types have little nutrition and are very bland. Allergies to dairy and coconut eliminate the other options for me.
    I used to buy your yogurt at the Food Co-op (where it would sell out quickly even before your production issues)and Fred Meyer in Bellingham, WA. Also the Whole Foods in Lynwood, WA. I would easily consume 10-12 a week. It can't get back on the shelf too soon.

  • YogurtLover
    12 September 2013 at 19:29 |

    Please inform the owners of Sprouts in Austin TX that your company is alive & will be making your own yogurt available soon. Thanks.

  • Anonymous
    13 September 2013 at 00:19 |

    We love you in NYC! Come back soon. You are very much missed. :)

  • susan abel
    susan abel
    13 September 2013 at 02:16 |

    glad to hear you are on your way to resume making soy yogurt. I have a milk protein intolerence and miss having your yogurt for lunch every day..
    Our local
    Waldbaums store in Commack NY used to carry your brand and I hope they will in the future. Whole Foods stores and Wild By Nature stores also carried your yogurts.
    Any store in our area will be a big plus; I will find it if it is here.


  • Anon
    13 September 2013 at 21:03 |

    Yum, can't wait for you to come back. Would love to see your product back on the shelves at:
    -Whole Foods Lynnwood, WA
    -Fred Meyer Lynnwood, WA
    -Trader Joes, Everett, WA

    Whole Soy yogurt is always my choice because you guys actually use organic soybeans, have a great selection of flavors and it actually tastes great! I usually buy the unsweetened plain flavor and add my own fruit, use it as a lower fat base for dips, use it on tacos in place of sour cream and for making yummy vegan cheeses. Best of luck with getting your new plant up and working!

  • Anonymous
    13 September 2013 at 23:03 |

    I miss your products very much. With best wishes for getting your new facility up and running!

  • Carla
    14 September 2013 at 14:26 |

    Just moved to a new area so not sure what store to ask you to deliver to, but somewhere in Bel Air Maryland would be great! My daughter is 12 and has been allergic to all dairy products her entire life. She absolutely loves this yogurt and the others we have tried just aren't up to yours. We are anxiously awaiting the relaunch of your yogurt!! So glad it's coming back.

  • Annie D
    Annie D
    15 September 2013 at 02:50 |

    We shop at Whole Foods in Wynnewood, PA; Giant in Havertown; and Fresh Direct online with delivery to our home. We would love to get your yogurt at any of those places! My 3-year-old son has multiple food allergies, including dairy. Whole Soy Yogurt is one of his favorite foods, and I trust your company to continue having safe yogurt for him. We also try to avoid GMOs, and we seek out companies who do the same.

  • Ilana cember
    Ilana cember
    15 September 2013 at 18:16 |

    Whole Foods in Chicago - Lakeview and Halsted. If you were carried in mainstream grocery stores like Dominick's and Jewel, that would be great.

  • Christine
    15 September 2013 at 18:35 |

    Hoping to find WholeSoy yogurt again, particularly lemon and plain, in Oregon at Fred Meyer in Scappoose, Safeway in St. Helens, and Food Front Co-op Grocery in Portland. Wishing you success in your new facility! Miss my yogurt!!!!

  • Anonymous
    15 September 2013 at 21:23 |

    Can't wait until this product is available again. We ate 10 of these a week. Places we shopped for them included:

    Stop and Shop in Norwalk CT or Wilton CT
    Shop Rite in Norwalk CT
    Whole Foods Darien CT
    Trader Joe's Darien CT

  • GF Al
    GF Al
    16 September 2013 at 09:17 |

    It's a good thing I finally checked here to get the real story. I've been hearing from store managers, stockers and cashiers account for the shortage with everything but the truth. Did you know your facility was rumored to be hit by the Oklahoma tornados and the Colorado floods? It's good to know there haven't been any casualties or non-dairy cows flying around. ;)

    It's also good to know that I can soon get a product again in the Chicago area mid to far north suburbs that's gluten-, dairy-, non-GMO, and carrageenan-free! Especially, the 24-oz. sizes.

  • Celina
    16 September 2013 at 18:56 |

    HEB grocers and Sprouts Farmers Markets in Round Rock, Texas. I love all your flavors especially key lime!

    I've temporarily switched to SILK brand soy yogurt, but it doesn't have all the variety of probiotics that WholeSoy does. I've had to supplement with probiotic capsules as well. The consistency isn't as creamy either. WholeSoy is a staple for me as its kept my digestive disease in remission, and not having it has negatively impacted my health this summer.

    Please hurry and bring it back!!!

  • Kristie Jeffrey
    Kristie Jeffrey
    17 September 2013 at 02:42 |

    We would love to see your yogurt at our cafe, Imagine Vegan Cafe in Memphis, TN. We would also love to see you back at the Whole Foods in Memphis or at the Kroger in Horn Lake, MS by our house. Thanks so much for all you do!!!!! Can't wait to have you guys back!!!

  • Laura
    17 September 2013 at 15:10 |

    Whole Foods in Bellingham,MA, Stop and Shop in Franklin, MA, Trader Joes in Foxborough, MA. My two children have food allergies and your yogurt was such a huge part of their diet. They absolutely loved it for breakfast, a snack during their day, along with their lunch or as dessert. I am at a total loss without it because there is no other soy yogurt out there that they enjoy. They keep asking when they can have it again - so glad to see that it is on the horizon. Patiently waiting:-) good luck!

  • Anonymous
    17 September 2013 at 17:28 |

    We purchased your yogurt at our local MOMS here in Baltimore. LOVE the yogurt. My teenage daughter keeps asking me if it is available yet. she has no allergies, just LOVES the yogurt. I do hope the launch of your own yogurt facility does not increase the cost.

  • Anonymous
    17 September 2013 at 19:51 |

    Looking forward to trying it! My son cant tolerate sugar, milk protein, or starch and It's the only non dairy yogurt I can find that's sugar free with minimal starch. Thanks!!

  • Anonymous
    17 September 2013 at 20:38 |

    Whole Foods in Newton, MA.
    My daughter, who is allergic to dairy, loves your yogurt. She used to bring it to school every day, and we haven't been able to find a replacement. We can't wait for you to be back this fall!!

  • Sherry
    17 September 2013 at 21:37 |

    QFC and Fred Meyer in the Seattle area.

    I'm glad I findly figured out why my beloved yogurt was no longer available. Keep up the good work.

  • Dawn
    18 September 2013 at 13:14 |

    I just checked back because I have not been able to find your yogurt on the grocery stores where I was able to buy them. After I discovered the reason I went back to employees in the stores to let them know what I found out by searching online. I loved the yogurt that was available on the shelf for me to buy. I am anticipating that it is back and available and look forward to being able to purchase it again. Sending my encouragement and appreciation for a product that is healthy for those of us that need and enjoy a non dairy yogurt.

  • Anonymous
    19 September 2013 at 13:08 |

    I am very glad to find out that I will be able to get Whole Soy Yogurt soon. I have missed it and can't wait. Jan

  • Anonymous
    19 September 2013 at 18:47 |

    I would love to see this product come back to Dierbergs in St. Peters, MO. This is the only yogurt my son can eat because almost all of them have Rice syrup in them and I think he is the only one on the planet allergic to rice. There are a few greek yogurts that don't have the rice in them -- but my 6 year old is not a fan of the Greek yogurt. I have tried making yogurt and it is not working! Please come to St. Peters again! If Dierbergs won't carry it - the nutrition stop in St. Peters, MO would also be AMAZING!!! Thank you!!! I can't wait!!!

  • Carly Slawson
    Carly Slawson
    20 September 2013 at 05:22 |

    I want to see Whole Soy back in all of my favorite stores in San Diego, CA -- People's Co op, Whole Foods (Hillcrest and La Jolla), and Jimbos! It's simply the best non-dairy yogurt out there, and I have tried as many as I can get my hands on. The unsweetened plain is seriously the closest thing I have found to traditional dairy-based yogurt. As a soon-to-be Registered Dietitian, I also want to add that your unsweetened plain yogurt is probably the best yogurt someone could buy from a health standpoint. I can't wait to have it again!

  • Anonymous
    20 September 2013 at 17:24 |

    Hi! I used to purchase your products at Freshmart in San Juan, Puerto Rico. I would love to see you guys back on the shelf. Your unsweetened yogurt is the only kind suitable for vegans and people with allergies.
    Hope you guys come back soon and stronger than ever!

  • Anonymous
    20 September 2013 at 18:03 |

    Hello! I purchase your soy yogurt in New York City. I look forward to pruchsing them again.

    The only other product on the market changed its content and is not suitable in taste or size.

    Please be consider having a six and one half (6.5) to eight (8) ounce serving size rather than less than 6 ounces. A smaller serving size would not as pleasurable and dissatisfying. It would contribute to my giving up soy yogurt.

  • Anonymous
    20 September 2013 at 21:07 |

    love your yogurt so much. i ate it daily and cooked with it regularly. i am greatly looking forward to being able to purchase it again.

    i would love to see it at all the regular places in portland, oregon: whole foods, new seasons, people's food co-op, foodfight! hopefully the new natural grocers will carry your yogurts too!

  • Pat Jenkins
    Pat Jenkins
    21 September 2013 at 14:33 |

    Please! Natural Living Center, Bangor, Maine. They used to carry it so I'm pretty sure they want it back. Would also love for it to be in the Hannaford Grocery Stores in Bangor, ME 04401,

  • Dairy allergy
    Dairy allergy
    22 September 2013 at 01:46 |

    My daughter is allergic to milk. She loves her soy yogurt and gets a lot of her protein from it. She used to eat it daily. Please bring it to Publix, Estero, FL (Corkscrew rd). Thank you!!!!

  • Caitlin
    23 September 2013 at 04:32 |

    I am so strongly hoping that your yogurt comes back to the Whole Foods in West Hollywood, CA! I miss it so much and I can't wait until it's made again. And if it doesn't come back to my Whole Foods, I may just be driving all around LA until I find somewhere that sells it.

  • BJ
    23 September 2013 at 10:48 |

    I would love to see your products in 2 areas: Fresh, owned by Brookshire's, in Tyler, Texas,
    or just about any Whole Foods in the Dallas TX area.

    Appreciate the communications letting us know what's going on...

  • Anonymous
    23 September 2013 at 19:50 |

    So glad to hear you'll be back soon!! I'm missing Whole Soy yogurt soooo bad! I was ordering the plain flavor by the case :) Like many other posters said - no other non-dairy yogurt even comes close and with my dietary issues, dairy yogurt is not an option.
    So please come back to:
    Diane's Natural Food Market in St. Augustine, FL
    Native Sun in Jacksonville, FL
    Whole Foods in Jacksonville, FL
    I can't wait - can't wait - can't wait!! Thank You!!

  • Anonymous
    23 September 2013 at 19:53 |

    YAY - Please come to Publix at Murabella - St. Augustine, FL

  • Anonymous
    24 September 2013 at 02:04 |

    Please come back to Mustard Seed Market & Earth Fare, both in Akron (Fairlawn) Ohio. AS SOON AS POSSIBLE!!!! No other soy yogurt is as good as WholeSoy.

  • Jaime
    24 September 2013 at 13:03 |

    Whole Foods, Bellingham, MA!!

  • Jenny
    24 September 2013 at 16:07 |

    We can't wait!!! Please Hurry. It's hard to live without our dairy-free yogurt!!

  • Carol
    24 September 2013 at 20:54 |

    Whole Foods and Takoma Park/Silver Spring Co-op in Maryland. I've tried other soy yogurts and none are as good as Whole Soy. I can't wait for your return.

  • Imy rich
    Imy rich
    24 September 2013 at 21:05 |

    I so miss my yogurt! Nothing comes close. I would really love it to return to Natural Grocers, Vitamin cottage in Lakewood, Evergreen, and Denver. Also King soopers, Golden and Whole foods, Lakewood. Colorado. Home delivery would totally rock, I get mine from Door to Door organics.

  • Rachel
    25 September 2013 at 01:03 |

    Fresh and Easy, San Jose and everywhere possible as I really miss my daily dose of dairy free,delicious healthy,probiotic yogurt. No other brand even comes close!

  • Blue
    25 September 2013 at 06:15 |

    I've been following your blog and I'm so excited to hear you will finally be up and running soon. All your efforts are deeply appreciated by your faithful fans. During your absence I tried every non-dairy yogurt available and I confirmed that WholeSoy is by far, hands down the best!

  • AmyRae
    25 September 2013 at 14:39 |

    I can't wait for your product to be available again. We have missed you terribly. It's disheartening to look in store after "mainstream" store only to find one flavor of one brand of nondairy yogurt.
    Cincinnati OH needs you! Krogers, Meijer, Jungle Jims.

  • AC
    27 September 2013 at 01:37 |

    PLEASE sell your products anywhere possible within the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex! Whole Foods. Sprouts Market. Central Market. Anywhere else you can gain entrance.

    Nancy's soy yoghurt is inedible. Bleech!

    Almond Dream is edible, but is no substitute. Coconut milk yoghurt is so-so.

    I am as impatient as can be until you return to the stores!

  • Anonymous
    27 September 2013 at 10:48 |

    Please come back to Fred Meyer's and the Community Food Co-op in Bellingham, WA.

    Hopefully, one day, you might consider making a basic Greek-style soygurt.

    Thanks, miss your product.

  • Laura
    28 September 2013 at 00:33 |

    Please hurry ! Whole Foods just brought in a new soy yogurt and I bought 12 of them. They are disgusting! I will need to return them. I tried three flavors and they are inedible.

  • Denise C
    Denise C
    28 September 2013 at 02:27 |

    We miss your yogurt so much. We are fat free vegans and it is lovely with fruit for dessert. Please carry it again at Sunny Farms, Sequim, WA and Safeway, Sequim, WA. Thank you. denise

  • Anonymous
    28 September 2013 at 16:03 |

    Please bring WholeSoy products back to the Whole Foods in Willowbrook, IL! Thank you!

  • Can't find any
    Can't find any
    30 September 2013 at 16:15 |

    Others speak of trying other brands but where I live I can't find any. None other than shelf after endless shelf of dairy yogurt. Starting to feel like a third world country; even contemplated having to go into production for myself. All I could find over the past long months was Silk soy yogurt very occasionally, but only their fruit flavors while I need plain and vanilla. Besides, my Buycott app says don't buy Silk products; they support GMOs. So please please please please come back soon to Brighton Michigan (Meijers, Kroger's, and VG's) and to Ann Arbor Michigan (Trader Joe's and Whole Foods). Can't wait -- the sooner, the better. Thank you!

  • Anonymous
    30 September 2013 at 19:46 |

    In Greensboro, NC = Earth Fare, Whole Foods, Fresh Market, Deep Roots Market, and Company Shops Co-op and Lowes Foods in Burlington, NC

  • Julie
    01 October 2013 at 03:45 |

    Whole Foods and Berkeley Bowl in Berkeley, CA please please please! I miss this yogurt so much! Nothing on the market compares to your product. Silk is sickeningly sweet, the coconut stuff is as thick as paste and taste like it too! Nancy's is sour... There's just nothing good out there in vegan yogurts without your product.

  • SC
    01 October 2013 at 23:27 |

    Would love to see WholeSoy products at the Trader Joe's in Pinole, California!!
    We are long time WholeSoy vegan yogurt lover's and have missed it greatly.

  • joe
    01 October 2013 at 23:37 |

    so do u guys have a more exact date when it will be back on the shelves?

    • WholeSoy
      02 October 2013 at 22:08 |

      Hi Joe,

      We'll have a better estimate for you when we get closer to yogurt making time! Right now we're getting some crucial pieces together that will help us determine exactly when we start making yogurt and shipping out yogurt! Thanks for your ongoing patience!

  • Christina
    02 October 2013 at 16:54 |

    Please come back to the HEB stores in Austin, TX. They were holding a space for you, but I don't know whether it's still there. Also in Austin, Randall's Supermarkets (part of Safeway) are, I believe, a new outlet so you'll probably want to supply them when you can. Of course, Austin Whole Foods too.

  • Anonymous
    02 October 2013 at 17:32 |

    1. Whole Foods & Gristede's, NY NY
    2. Other soy yogurts taste awful in comparison. Silk is especially bad. My young daughter has a milk allergy and your yogurt used to be the easiest way to ensure she was getting enough calcium. She doesn't like almond or coconut milk yogurts.

  • Anonymous
    02 October 2013 at 23:31 |

    I love this yogurt because I am allergic to eggs, nuts, peanuts and dairy. Please Come back

  • Anonymous
    02 October 2013 at 23:34 |

    Send it to Whole Foods and Ralphs,Los Angeles CA.

  • Anonymous
    02 October 2013 at 23:37 |

    Nancy's Soy is nasty and tastes like earwax. I hate it so much. I almost threw up. Whole Soy is amazing and is so healthy. I can't wait for you guys to come back because I am in desperate need of a good breakfast and/or snack. Yum!

  • kathy
    03 October 2013 at 15:06 |

    I'm counting the days - I haven't been able to get whole soy yogurt since April and I miss it so much! I can't have dairy and nobody carries soy or other types of yogurt except the Hunger Mountain Food Coop in Monteplier VT. The other grocery stores do no even carry anything but regular yogurt. Please bring it back soon and thank you for making such an exceptional product!

  • Sean Goodman
    03 October 2013 at 17:39 |

    Hope you guys keep the same corporate...culture. ;) Miss your vegan yogurts immensely! Is there a mailing list I can get on to be notified of updates?

  • Sean Goodman
    03 October 2013 at 17:44 |

    Sorry, forgot to answer the questions!

    Whole Foods in both Columbus, Ohio locations (Upper Arlington and Sawmill stores). I also miss having them at the Clintonville Community Market. I'm a big fan of the unsweetened plain, and will buy cases of it at a time when it returns!

    Why is WholeSoy the yogurt for me and my family? Because it tastes awesome (truly the best!), is vegan, and comes in a variety of flavors no other vegan yogurt company can match! Also, it's both economical and eco-friendly to buy the large tubs of the plain and vanilla flavors whenever possible and are happy you make those available as options.

  • Priscilla
    03 October 2013 at 19:17 |

    I want to see it in Tampa, FL at Nutrition Smart, Abby's Health, and Whole Foods. I love the taste, the consistancy, and the nutrition. I miss it so much! I'm pregnant now and am craving it like crazy. I tried a couple other brands and I'm always disappointed and end up throwing them away. I really miss your yogurt! ????. I miss making parfaits. I miss the deliciously sweet creaminess. I miss it all! I will patiently for its soon return. It will be well worth it. ????

  • Kim
    03 October 2013 at 21:03 |

    Really miss this brand- I now realize other options make me feel ill- PLEASE return with good distribution to Central Market in TX-

  • Alex
    04 October 2013 at 16:15 |

    I've been so seeing what was going on with Whole Soy, glad to hear it will be back soon, I miss it!

    • Alex
      04 October 2013 at 16:16 |

      *wondering, not seeing

  • Anonymous
    04 October 2013 at 19:02 |

    Whole Foods, Bedford and Bellingham, MA.

  • David
    05 October 2013 at 02:50 |

    Please sell your yogurt at New Seasons in Portland, OR again. I had high hopes when they started selling Nancy's Soy yogurt, but Nancy's tastes horrible. I miss Wholesoy!!!

  • Brandon
    05 October 2013 at 13:02 |

    You are the GODS of yogurt... nothing even comes close to be compared with you guys. For the past six months, I've practically been on withdrawals from a lack of WholeSoy... whenever this comes out, I'll probably buy the entire store's stock. Just keep making the greatest yogurt on the planet!

  • Andrea
    05 October 2013 at 15:15 |

    I hope to see you guys soon in the store. This is the ONLY yogurt my mom enjoys and I love it because it inspires her to eat better. Praying for a strong return and longevity!

  • Anonymous
    05 October 2013 at 15:59 |

    We also cannot wait for Whole Soy to be back on the shelves. There is only one thing I wish to see improved: while the soybeans are organic, what about the fruit ingredients? If those were organic as well, it would be perfection!

  • Dianne
    05 October 2013 at 16:25 |

    Please stock your soy yogurt at Trader Joes, Sprouts, and Whole Foods, Raley's in Fremont, CA. Also, I buy soy products that DO NOT contain carrageenan, so I hope your products are free of this ingredient. Research has shown it to cause inflammation, leading to health problems which can be serious. Thanks!

  • Madison.
    05 October 2013 at 20:57 |

    1. Where do you want to see WholeSoy yogurts carried again? I would like WholeSoy products to be carried at these stores:
    -Sprouts Farmers Market: Lakewood,CA
    -Trader Joes: Lakewood,CA
    -Whole Foods Long Beach,CA

    2. Why is WholeSoy the yogurt for you and/or for your family?
    WholeSoy is for me and my family because it is vegan and most of my family is lactose-intolerant. Plus your products are AMAZING!

  • Priya
    06 October 2013 at 04:42 |

    When you are able to make yogurt once again, please make batches of the plain unsweetened as quickly as you can. Nobody makes such a product (Wildwood did, but they discontinued it).

  • Elizabeth
    06 October 2013 at 20:37 |

    Please bring your Unsweetened Plain (esp. in large containers) back to Whole Foods in the DC area, Rockville, Silver Spring, Annapolis, P-St, Falls Church.
    Please bring it back also to My Organic Market (MOM's) (all locations.)
    Your Unsweetened is delicious without any additional sweetener. (In fact if you could make a carb free version I would be very interested in trying it.)
    Thanks and Welcome Back!

  • s
    06 October 2013 at 21:06 |

    What is taking so long?

  • Tanya
    06 October 2013 at 22:24 |

    Our family loves Whole Soy yogurt to the moon and back! There is no substitute as you well know!! We are SO excited for your imminent return!! Thank you for facing and overcoming your production challenges by building your very own facility! We cannot wait til we can buy your heavenly yogurt again soon!

  • Anonymous
    07 October 2013 at 01:20 |

    Please make sure it comes to Cleveland, Ohio - Whole Foods in University Hts. My son has multiple allergies and this is the only yogurt he likes and can have - we have certainly missed it.

  • Anonymous
    07 October 2013 at 06:30 |

    Please come to Scottsdale or Chandler Arizona - Whole Foods or Sprouts! We miss you!!

  • Nick
    08 October 2013 at 14:21 |

    Glad to hear you're on track to begin production soon. Will be glad to see the return of your plain product in the large containers. I liked to mix it with a bit of the coconut version (you should make one of those, too), and my own fresh fruit. Been making do with the Stoneyfield version of the soy in the small containers, but the choices are over-sweetened flavored ones, or vanilla. And they're more expensive in those small containers.

    Best of luck getting the new facility up and running!

  • Martha
    08 October 2013 at 16:29 |

    I've been checking regularly at Perelandra in Brooklyn Heights, NY. Hope you'll be back there soon.

  • Martha
    08 October 2013 at 16:30 |

    Forgot to mention that unsweetened plain is my favorite!

  • Christine C
    Christine C
    08 October 2013 at 18:43 |

    I absolutely can't wait to see you guys back on the shelves!! As another commenter said, there is no substitute. I tried another brand in desperation - big mistake. NJ misses you dearly!

  • Carolyn
    08 October 2013 at 21:08 |

    I can't wait for Whole Soy to come back! My 2 favorite stores for buying it are Rainbow Grocery and Canyon Market in San Francisco. My personal favorite is unsweetened plain, but I love them all.

  • Candice
    09 October 2013 at 15:46 |

    I would like to see WholeSoy yogurt at HEB in Spring, TX (Houston 47). Your yogurt is one of the few healthy, filling snacks that I can have. It's also the best tasting non-dairy yogurt I've had, and I've tried quite a few in the past few months.

  • Anonymous
    09 October 2013 at 16:25 |

    Wholefoods- Garden City in cranston RI

  • Anonymous
    09 October 2013 at 19:37 |

    Dill Pickle Food Co-op in Chicago; all the Whole Foods in Chicago - especially the unsweetened plain! Thanks.

  • Marty
    09 October 2013 at 23:00 |

    Please put unsweetened plain in Concord Cooperative Market, Concord NH, and Dover Natural Foods, Dover NH. Both have carried your product in the past. However, Hannaford Supermarkets, which are all over NH and Massachusetts has not had your products and WOW I would LOVE to see you get in there!!
    Please try, once you are up and running,,,thx!

  • Jean
    09 October 2013 at 23:23 |

    this has turned out to be such a huge long challenging process for you all. Please never doubt that this customer will wait and be at the door when your yogurt returns. I miss it daily! All substitutes pale by comparison. Stay the course! Thank you!

  • stephanie
    10 October 2013 at 02:26 |

    It looks like we all need unsweetened plain! Please bring it back everywhere! Sprouts, whole foods, and h-e-b here in texas.

  • Diane
    10 October 2013 at 23:20 |

    Please......unsweetened plain at Clarks Nutrition and Natural Foods Market in Rancho Mirage, CA

  • Cynthia Roush
    Cynthia Roush
    11 October 2013 at 00:56 |

    Our favorite flavors are lime, plain, vanilla, and raspberry, and we are really hoping the HEB in Bee Cave, TX, will continue to stock your product. If that store doesn't, then I would hope to find it at Whole Foods, Bee Cave, TX.

    My daughter is allergic to all milk and nut products and relies on your yogurt for lunchtime protein. She does not like the competitors' products.

    We are looking forward to your return!

  • pinktie
    11 October 2013 at 12:53 |

    Do come back soon. I used to eat whole soy yogurt 6 to 7 days a week. since May i've been having to eat Silk brand here on the east coast. And if you dont come back soon after all these months of eating Silk my tastes might be changing so i cannot predict which i'll prefer once you are back. And can we trust that whole soy has their act together not to disappoint us again??
    eating silk since may on east coast..

  • Chels
    11 October 2013 at 14:49 |

    Whole Foods in Raleigh, NC, PLEEEEEEEASE!! I just bought another brand of soy yogurt from there & couldn't stomach it based on appearance and smell. There is no other soy yogurt that tastes great...others are barely edible. Bleahhh At least one of the Kroger stores in Raleigh used to carry 3 flavors of Whole Soy also. Trader Joe's would be a great location too. Thanks & hurry back to the shelves!!!!!

  • Anonymous
    12 October 2013 at 19:52 |

    Cleveland tn 37312 publix

  • Emily
    12 October 2013 at 20:53 |

    I would love to see these back at Nourish Organic Market and Harvest Health (both in Grand Rapids, MI). It would be even better if Meijer (Knapps Corner in GR, MI) stocked it, but they didn't stock it before, at least to my knowledge.

  • Anonymous
    13 October 2013 at 07:17 |

    Trader Joe's in Menlo Park, CA 94305. Please...

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  • Anonymous
    13 October 2013 at 07:19 |

    Whole Foods, Los Altos, CA 94022

  • Rosie
    13 October 2013 at 19:22 |

    Shop and Stop in Freehold, NJ AND Whole Foods Market in Princeton/Hamilton, NJ

  • Anonymous
    14 October 2013 at 02:05 |

    I was so sad to see Whole Soy yogurt disappear from my Sprouts Farmers Market in Parker CO. It is hands down my favorite yogurt - I buy yours in bulk and no other brands can even compare. Hope to see it back at Sprouts very soon! I love the 24 oz vanilla flavor as well as the smaller berry flavors.

  • Melissa Massy
    Melissa Massy
    14 October 2013 at 03:47 |

    Both PCC and Whole Foods in Redmond, WA say they are expecting to stock your yogurt again this fall. I can't wait! I've tried every other brand in your absence and they are so gross! I have a severe milk allergy and cannot have any other kind. The coconut yogurt is too sweet and the almond yogurt is too dense and does not taste good. Yours is magic and I can't wait to buy it again!

  • Anonymous
    14 October 2013 at 12:54 |


    Really looking forward to Whole Soy again! Please distribute to Green Fields Market in Greenfield, MA 01301. Thank you!


  • Anonymous
    14 October 2013 at 14:26 |

    1. Where do you want to see WholeSoy yogurts carried again? I would like WholeSoy products to be carried at these stores:
    -Albertsons: SW Las Vegas, NV
    -Sprouts Farmers Market: Las Vegas, NV
    -Whole Foods: Las Vegas, NV.
    -Smiths: SW Las Vegas, NV

    2. Why is WholeSoy the yogurt for you and/or for your family?
    This is the best tasting non-dairy yogurt I have ever had! I can't have dairy and this is one of the sources of calcium and protein I relied on everyday. I really miss your yogurt I would eat it everyday for breakfast, and sometimes again for dessert. The other brands out there are not edible in my opinion and therefore I've been without my breakfast staple for months. I can't wait for your yogurt to come back!!! Thank you!

  • Anonymous
    15 October 2013 at 02:57 |

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

    Whole Foods, Glastonbury, CT
    Stop and Shop, Glastonbury, CT

    2. Why is WholeSoy the yogurt for you and/or for your family?
    I have a severe sensitivity to dairy and was so happy to find your product. It's the only completely non-dairy yogurt out there that tastes good too. PLEEEEEEAAASSSSE, come back soon.

  • Michelle
    15 October 2013 at 03:05 |

    Please ensure Fred Meyer and New Season's Markets carry your yogurt. My son is 6 and has a dairy allergy and is gluten intolerant. He won't touch any other yogurts. We miss Whole Soy so much!!! Please hurry back, we need your product!!!!

  • Anonymous
    15 October 2013 at 10:06 |

    Raley's, Granite Bay, CA

  • Anonymous
    15 October 2013 at 14:31 |

    Trader joes, whole foods, and gary nulls whole foods in manhattan!

  • Debbie
    15 October 2013 at 15:44 |

    Wild By Nature stores in NY (Hampton Bays, East Setauket, Huntington); Whole Foods (Lake Grove, Jericho); Wholly Natural (East Moriches); Cornucopia (Sayville)... that should be enough running around for me (lol).

  • Daphne
    16 October 2013 at 01:09 |

    It would be amazing if your unsweetened plain soy yogurt could appear at:
    HEB (Friendswood, TX and League City, TX)
    Whole Foods (Houston, TX)

    Wholesoy & Co. you have NO idea how much I have missed your unsweetened plain yogurt. It mysteriously disappeared soon after I discovered it in May, and I should have known to check your website... Instead I called whole foods every week asking if it was back in stock! There is no other vegan yogurt that is unsweetened. I mean, seriously??? I love the taste of your unsweetened plain soy yogurt, and make a mean vegan queso that I am dying to have again!

  • CM
    16 October 2013 at 02:57 |

    Please, we need the yogurt back at Whole Foods and Sprouts in Thousand Oaks, CA. Please include potassium in your nutritional label. Because of kidney disease, I have been on a restricted diet for three years and your yogurt literally saved me and it has been difficult without it. I look forward to its return as I used to buy it by the case, at least weekly.
    Thanx much

  • Priya
    16 October 2013 at 16:05 |

    I have been making my own soy yogurt for months using WestSoy Soymilk (or fresh soymilk from the Asian market when I can get it) and cultures from Cultures for Health. It has been good, but with the warm weather of summer gone it is not turning out as well and I miss WholeSoy Plain Unsweetened so very much.

    We are a South Indian vegan family, and my Indian cooking is impossible without unsweetened yogurt.

    There are so many people who miss WholeSoy! Hope to see you back on the shelves soon!

  • Caroline
    16 October 2013 at 21:23 |

    Dear Folks,
    It's time you posted an update about how things are going with your new facility. I echo the many comments that other soy./almond yogurts are terrible. I need the friendly cultures in the good tasting yogurt you produce and I'd like to know about your status.

  • Lulu
    16 October 2013 at 22:07 |

    I can't wait to see Whole Soy & Co. back on the shelves! It is the best dairy-free yogurt out there, all the other ones just don't even come close!

  • Lee Ann
    Lee Ann
    17 October 2013 at 02:45 |

    any new updates when you will be up and running again?
    waiting patiently

    • Anonymous
      19 October 2013 at 05:14 |

      My daughter has tried ALL other dairy free yogurts in the market and has not found a single one she likes. She LOVES all your yogurt flavors and we are eagerly awaiting your yogurt. Please supply it soon to Jimbo's in Carmel Valley, San Diego, CA. Waiting eagerly!

  • Sandy
    18 October 2013 at 16:23 |

    I know you are going as fast as you can, but please please hurry. I'm starving for your super-delicious unsweetened yogurt!

  • Richard
    19 October 2013 at 00:13 |

    Please make sure that Earthfare in Rock Hill, SC stocks your yogurt again!! And please see about stocking it at the Food Lion in Rock Hill, and at the Commissary in Ft. Jackson, SC!!

    Whole Soy makes the best (non-dairy) yogurt on the planet. It is delicious and healthful: I used to live on the stuff and I have not felt just right ever since it dropped off the shelves and out of my diet. No other yogurts will do---I need Whole Soy yogurt back in my life. Come back soon!! :)

  • Anonymous
    23 October 2013 at 13:30 |

    I would love to see you back in Whole Foods (Plymouth Meeting PA) and also in Giant supermarkets in and around Philadelphia. Our son is dairy-allergic, and his favorite soy yogurt is your brand. He especially likes the vanilla and peach flavors, but he will eat nearly any flavor you make. We have missed your product and eagerly await its return.

  • Anonymous
    24 October 2013 at 18:54 |

    Please, Please, Please bring Whole Soy Yogurt back to Fred Meyers in Nampa, Idaho I have tried to find a replacement since you have shut down. I have found nothing that even comes near to yours. Please lower the sugar level just a little in the vanilla.

  • Anonymous
    27 October 2013 at 22:31 |

    Whole Soy yogurt is absolutely the best soy yogurt out there! Your replacements are not as good period! Please return to the S Roxboro St, Krogers in Durham NC and to the Whole Foods in Durham, Chapel Hill, also Weaver St Market and Co-Op in Hillsborough and Chapel Hill, NC (you can see I have been all over looking for my fav yogurt)

    Looking for the re-established Whole Soy yogurt!

    • Carol
      01 November 2013 at 16:38 |

      Please bring your yogurt back to Whole Foods in Providence RI

  • Pat
    03 November 2013 at 20:53 |

    When I became vegan in 2010 I searched and searched for a yogurt, but I was never able to find one that I could eat more than 3 teaspoons before I would flush it down the drain. I was just about ready to give up on yogurt until I found your product, I loved it so much I had one every day. I was so disappointed when i was not able to find it anymore in Whole Foods supermarket. I live in Orlando Florida, there is a big Florida supermarket chain called Publix that I would love for them to carry your product. You are the only one yogurt company that was able to come up with an excellent soy yougurt.

  • Eden
    14 November 2013 at 04:52 |

    I am so happy that Whole Soy is coming back. I'm lactose intolerant and Whole Soy is the best product I've tried. No other yogurt compares.

    Thank you Whole Soy

  • Robin
    14 November 2013 at 20:55 |

    I will be glad when wholesoy is back to stay.

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