siggi's is now introducing what it calls "the first coffee yogurt on the market to use arabica cold brew for an authentic coffee flavor." The Icelandic yogurt sets itself apart as a product that's creamy, textured and rich in protein, making it comparable to Greek yogurt but in a way that's thicker and less tangy.
siggi's 4% Coffee skyr, prepared with strained whole-milk yogurt, boasts 13 grams of protein, just eight grams of sugar and 140 calories per serving. Best of all, the simple product is made with just a few simple ingredients and live active cultures.
With the introduction of its 4% Coffee skyr, siggi's is now also inviting consumers to try other new releases like its Lactose Free skyr, four-count Multipacks and Simple Sides with no-added-sugar mix-ins.