• general

What cultures are added to siggi’s yoghurt?

Live Active Cultures: S. thermophilus, L. delbrueckii subsp. bulgaricus, B. lactis, L. acidophilus, L. delbrueckii subsp. Lactis

Where can I find siggi’s?

siggi’s is available nationally at Woolworths Supermarkets

What is the origin of the pectin in your products?


Where do you source your milk from?

All the fresh milk is sourced from farms in Australia where the cows are free to roam in the Australian sun in their natural environment.

Are the fruits inside siggi’s non-GMO?

siggi’s products are made from natural, non-GMO ingredients. We keep our ingredient list simple and ensure that our products are made with the highest quality, non-GMO-verified ingredients.

Is it ok to eat yoghurt after the “use by” date?

We do recommend that you enjoy any siggi’s dairy products by the “use by” date listed on our packaging.

If there is liquid on top of my yoghurt when I open it, is that ok?

The liquid that can occasionally be found on top of yoghurt is whey. Whey is simply the water in milk/yoghurt. A slight separation of whey from the yoghurt is totally natural and nothing to worry about. When that happens you can either stir the whey back in for a smoother yoghurt or pour it off. The whey contains some minerals and nutrients including calcium and some whey protein. Our yoghurt can occasionally have this slight separation because in order to keep our ingredients to a minimum, we do not add any starches or stabilisers that might prevent this type of separation from happening.

Are your products gluten-free?

Yes, all our products are gluten free. They contain no wheat, barley, rye or triticale, and we do not use gluten as a food additive in the form of a flavouring, stabilising or thickening agent.

What is icelandic-style skyr?

Skyr has been a staple of the Icelandic diet for more than 1,000 years. It is a yoghurt made from cow’s milk that, traditionally, is made from the skim milk after the cream has been floated off to make butter. Like milk, regular yoghurt is mostly water, but with skyr, that water is removed which concentrates the milk. In other words, one cup of siggi’s skyr requires 2.5 times more milk than a regular cup of yoghurt.

Read more about skyr

Is your product made in Iceland?

siggi’s skyr is made based on an age-old Icelandic recipe but we practice our craft in Tasmania, Australia.

What are the specks in my vanilla skyr?

The specks that you see in our vanilla flavoured products are actually specks of real vanilla seeds!

Do you add sugar to your products?

We want to keep any sugar in our products, even if natural, to a minimum. siggi’s products are sweetened with a touch of cane sugar, then there is also a bit of sugar that naturally comes from the juicy ripe fruits that we add. We do not use any artificial colours, flavours, sweeteners or high fructose corn syrup.

Is your packaging recyclable?

Tubs & lids
All our tubs and lids are recyclable through your curbside recycling bin.

siggi’s pouches are recyclable through the REDcycle Program. To find your nearest locations, visit www.redcycle.net.au

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