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Mapleton's Organic Yogurt- Praise for a Canadian product made in Ontario

Idas | Jul 6, 2011 06:12 PM

I have found organic yogurt to be hit and miss. Often not being able to get average flavours (like simple strawberry) for my children.
I have been trying to wean them (and their father) off the "modified milk ingredient" based dairy product they eat at elsewhere or my stubborn spouse keeps bringing home despite my request not to.
I don't mind most unflavoured organic yogurts for making my Indian dishes but so far had no luck getting the family converted to a fruityogurt that was organic that they would like with granola for breakfast. We don't consume a great deal of dairy but enough that organic matters to me ethically and ingredient-wise.

Finally thanks to Front Door Organics delivery service, we found Mapleton's Strawberry Whole Milk Organic Yogurt.

We find it very delicious (though a touch sweet for my taste) and makes my daughter stop begging for a Yop from the grocery store now or Yogurt tubes. It is thinner in texture than most conventional yogurt which thicken with corn starch and modified milk products.

I thought I would pass along their website, they make icecream, icecream cakes (YAY) , frozen yogurt and yogurt. They also have a storefront and small restaurant at the farm using their farm produce, and some from a co-op they work with as well as their livestock.

If anyone has eaten there, please post, would love to know what it was like.
Thanks!
http://www.mapletonsorganic.ca/
Mapleton Organic Dairy Inc.
#8548 Wellington Rd. #7
RR#1, Moorefield, ON. N0G 2K0
Phone: (519) 638-1115
Fax (519) 638-1116
Toll Free: (877)-779-9795
info@mapletonsorganic.ca

I would consider a day trip to the farm a real treat for us. They sound like a great operation.

Also has anyone seen their ice cream cakes for sale? Would love to bring one to a bbq soon.
thx!

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