BTIC Greek & Plain Yogurt

What are Plain and​ Greek Yogurts?

Yogurt is basically fermented milk—milk that's heated and mixed with live bacteria. This is good bacteria, by the way, the probiotic kind that keeps our gut healthy. Greek yogurt is yogurt that has been strained to remove the whey and some of the lactose. Due to the straining process, Greek yogurt is usually lower in sugar and higher in protein than plain yogurt. Straining also makes Greek yogurt creamier than plain yogurt.

 

How cultured is your Greek yogurt?

Like all BTIC products, both our Greek and plain yogurts are produced in the traditional way and contain these four different types of yogurt and probiotic cultures: 

  • Streptococcus Thermophilus

  • Lactobacillus Bulgaricus

  • Lactobacillus Acidophilus

  • Bifidobacterium.

Our traditional way of culturing and slowly aging our yogurt produces products that have significant live culture content. Our Greek yogurt contains 10 billion live and active cultures per 100 g of serving.

Are they desserts? Appetizers? Cooking ingredients?

Yes. Yes. And yes! 


Both plain yogurt and Greek yogurt can be enjoyed as dessert by adding fruit, or honey, or whatever dessert treat suits your fancy.  Because Greek yogurt has a creamier consistency than unstrained yogurt, it is often also called yogurt cheese and makes for a delicious and healthy alternative to all types of cheeses. It also makes for a versatile base for just about any recipe that calls for cream. Greek yogurt is great as a dip, spread, or as a topping for any salad. 

How are your yogurts made?

BTIC yogurts are prepared with special care and made only from the finest ingredients--skim milk and active yogurt cultures. Our Greek and plain yogurts do not contain preservatives, stabilizers, texturizers, or added gelatin. And, of course, BTIC Greek and plain yogurts have no sugar added. 

 
What sizes do BTIC yogurts come in?

BTIC Greek yogurt is available in 350g containers and the plain yogurt is available in 450g packs. 

Why is there water on top of my Greek and Plain yogurt?

It's normal for a little bit of liquid (whey) to separate from our yogurt. It occurs when the product has undergone a temperature change, if there's been any type of pressure applied, or if it's been mishandled. Unlike some brands, we don't use any artificial thickeners that might prevent this. We recommend that you simply stir it back in when enjoying a single serving (or carefully pour it out if you have a larger container).

Nutritional Information 

BTIC Greek yogurt is nonfat while
BTIC plain yogurt has 1% fat. Both are low in fat, low in calories, and high in protein.

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