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Lavva Makes Its Plant-Based Yogurt from the Vitamin E-Rich Pili Nut

 - Mar 10, 2018
References: lovvelavva & instagram
Heightened demand for plant-based products has inspired the creation of many non-dairy tree nut-based yogurt products, but Lavva sets itself apart for using an unconventional nut that can only be exported commercially from the Philippines.

While there are now plenty of yogurts that are made with cashews, almonds and coconut, Lavva favors the Pili nut, which it says is "like a long, slender almond with a taste described best as an earthy macadamia nut." The tree nut is a rich source of Vitamin E and boasts a naturally rich flavor that is often found to be lacking in many dairy-free products.

Some of the other key ingredients that go into the making of Lavva's yogurt range include plantains, zesty lime, antioxidant-rich cassava and a variety of real fruits without added flavors, sweeteners or gums.