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Filtered water, organic raspberry puree, organic strawberry puree, organic sweet potato puree, organic creamed coconut, pear juice concentrate, organic blueberry puree, organic banana puree, organic apple juice concentrate, vegetable glycerin, pea protein, organic tapioca starch, pectin, citric acid, fruit & vegetable juices for color, organic red beet puree, organic chia powder, locust bean gum, monk fruit extract, natural flavors.
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Reviews For Beam Me Up Berry Non-Dairy Yogurt
Based on 13 Reviews
This non-dairy yogurt is pretty good. It doesn't taste much like real yogurt but it is still tasty! Finished the whole box and am planning on ordering another one.
nothing like yogurt
I was really excited for our family to try this product since it claimed to be a non-dairy yogurt. I have a dairy allergy and anything that's close to the real thing would do. All I can say is my 5 year old son who loves yogurt tasted it and said" this is not yogurt, it's a greasy fruit smush" and I must say I agree with him. Pretty disappointed that something that tastes like this does would be compared to yogurt.
GREAT WHOLESOME FOOD. GREAT PRICE.
These are no doubt tasty, but for my 5 year old, whom I'm trying to find good dairy-free yogurt alternatives, Ruby Rockets missed the mark. They're packed similarly to other yogurt snacks and they're called "yogurt", but for our family, they didn't pass as such. I think "Veggiberry Pea-tein snack" would have more been more descriptive.
Beam Me Up Berry Non-Dairy Yogurt is a yummy, healthy snack, but not necessarily for kids that expect yogurt.
- Jessie A
Just a thought...
I love these yogurt tubes, but there is one issue I have found. If you just cut the sides off the top of the plastic tube, the sides cut into the sides of your mouth. If the packaging was altered slightly this wouldn't be an issue. I have dealt with the issue by simply cutting down along the side of the tube so that the side flaps are below my mouth. I imagine if they weren't harmful, people would enjoy them significantly more! (Changing the color to something other than brown wouldn't hurt either.) :)
Good dairy-free snack
Too messy for on-the-go snacking
These are so fun and tasty!
Bye Bye GoGurt
My son LOVED gogurts and then we found out he had a dairy sensitivity. I searched Thrive for a dairy free version and to my surprise they actually had a nondairy yogurt for kids. My son loves them, and can't tell they aren't the real thing. I like how you can store them in your pantry or your fridge as well.
Great for kids!
My kids love all three favors. Perfect to pop in the lunch.
We love all three flavors, but blueberry is my 3 yo's favorite. We freeze them and serve as "ice-cream" straight out of the pouch.
A dairy free yogurt tube again
My son missed being able to have yogurt tubes for snacks once he became dairy sensitive. We're so glad we found these. He loves all three flavors. We freeze and refrigerate them
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