As a busy mama with an active 4 year old, I’m always on the hunt for healthy snacks we can take on the go.
Kabrita Goat Milk Yogurt and Fruit is made with naturally easy to digest goat milk, which is more like human milk than other available alternatives. They’re an especially good choice for children with cow milk intolerance*.
The goat milk protein found in Kabrita Yogurt and Fruit forms a softer curd in the stomach than cow milk protein. Goat milk curd is actually quite similar to the curd formed from human milk. Because of this, it passes through the stomach and intestines at a similar rate to human milk, so it’s nice and gentle on the tummy.
Kabrita Goat Milk Yogurt and Fruit is a good source of Vitamins C, D, and E.
Kabrita Goat Milk Yogurt and Fruit is Non-GMO Project Verified and is part of the Healthy Child Healthy World’s shop healthy program. The milk comes from an AGA Grassfed Certified Farm in Missouri, where no hormones or pesticides are used and the goats are treated like family.
Unopened pouches of Kabrita Goat Milk Yogurt and Fruit can be stored in the cupboard or refrigerator for up to 12 months.
Kabrita Goat Milk Yogurt and Fruit is available in three toddler-approved flavors: Banana & Natural Vanilla Bean, Mixed Berry, and Mango Peach.
All Kabrita foods are non-GMO and free from hormones, pesticides, added color, and artificial flavors.
We tested out these yummy pouches at our recent mommy group potluck. They were a huge hit!
Some of he kids said they thought it tasted like ice cream!
Cheers to Kabrita!
Where to Purchase…
Kabrita Goat Milk Yogurt & Fruit is available for purchase at Sprouts, select Whole Foods Market, Meijer, Kings Market, Harmons, Gelsons, Wegmans, Central Market, Lassens, diapers.com, amazon.com and kabritaUSA.com.
Kabrita Goat Milk Yogurt and Fruit retails for $2.49 for a 4 oz. pouch and $13.99 for a carton of six.
Disclaimer: This post was written as part of my participation in the Moms Meet program. While Kabrita provided me material and necessary resources to complete various activities, the thoughts and statements in this post are my own.