FOR VISITING US AT THE FINE FOOD FESTIVAL
Thanks for visiting us at Fine Food Australia.
I’ve always loved the power of trade shows like this to bring so many people together to help each and everyone of us achieve common goals. Each year at Fine Food we meet so many new faces who often become good friends and partners for years to come and I hope you’re able to one of those new faces this year.
As one of incredible customers, you’re are the lifeblood of our business and the reason that myself and so many other at The Yoghurt Shop do the work we do.
Below you’ll find everything you need to get your hands on our products, as well as some of the most common questions and answers. However if you need anything at all, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our team by connecting through our live chat or the contact form below.
In 2003, a man opened a stall in the Adelaide Central Market. The idea was simple, share this incredible yoghurt he’d just discovered with as many people as possible!
That man was Australian businessman Simon Reynolds. And that stall would become the beginning of The Yoghurt Shop. Now one of the most popular and loved yoghurt brands in Australia, serving over 50 million tubs of yoghurt, and counting.
Today, fans across Australia and South East Asia can’t get enough of The Yoghurt Shop. The brand’s winning combination of hand-strained Greek yoghurt, topped with a variety of delicious toppings.
Where do you source your ingredients from?
What makes The Yoghurt Shop yoghurt different from regular yoghurt?
Why Choose The Yoghurt Shop?
How do you pack so much protein into The Yoghurt Shop yoghurt?
Can I freeze The Yoghurt Shop yoghurt?
Is The Yoghurt Shop yoghurt organic?
Here at The Yoghurt Shop, our goal is to price our products so that everyone, regardless of income, can enjoy our high-quality, good-for-you yoghurt that also tastes delicious. As a result, The Yoghurt Shop yoghurt is not organic. Producing it as such would force us to raise our prices significantly, making our yoghurt accessible to fewer people.
What are “live and active cultures”?
I’m lactose intolerant. Can I eat The Yoghurt Shop yoghurt?
As sensitivity to lactose varies by person, if you are lactose intolerant or have other dietary issues, you should consult your physician before changing your diet.