Sustainability

When we started thinking about how we could create a live yogurt that included Probio7's high quality friendly bacteria, we wanted to ensure we weren't adding to the environmental challenges we are all facing today.

Single use plastics

In the UK, we generate around 5 million tonnes of plastic each year, and only 10% of our plastic waste is recycled.

If we continue current trends, there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish.

Following the above statistic, the average family could be wasting nearly 200 single use plastics per year, for just yogurt!

Sustainability


When we started thinking about how we could create a live yogurt that included Probio7's high quality friendly bacteria, we wanted to ensure we weren't adding to the environmental challenges we are all facing today.

From our single use plastic consumption, to the ecological impact of the dairy farming industry, we wanted to ensure that we were bringing you the highest quality, premium ingredients whilst being mindful of the environmental effects.

We are continuing to work on how we can reduce this impact further.


Our kit comes with ceramic pots that can also be used to store your yogurt once made. So not only does it taste good, it does good too.

Single use plastics

In the UK, we generate around 5 million tonnes of plastic each year, and only 10% of our plastic waste is recycled.

If we continue current trends, there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish.

Following the above statistic, the average family could be wasting nearly 200 single use plastics per year, for just yogurt!


Our kit comes with ceramic pots that can also be used to store your yogurt once made. So not only does it taste good, it does good too.

Jersey cows ecological footprint

It's generally well known and accepted that livestock are a large source of global emissions.

On our journey to find the perfect milk to accompany our friendly bacteria to create a live yogurt, we came across Jersey cows.

These cows are smaller than other breeds and have a lower ecological footprint.

This is because their digestive systems are far more efficient, so they require 30% less food to create more milk. This means that they also have 30% less waste!

Learn more about Jersey cows

Holland Jersey explain why Jersey cows produce deliciously creamy milk and their environmental impact

Jersey cows ecological footprint

Jersey cows have a lower ecological footprint than other breeds. This is because they are far more efficient at digesting their food and produce milk more efficiently too.

More efficiency means less waste. Watch the video below to learn more.

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