M&S launches new fortified vegan Greek yoghurts with three varieties

Read Time:   |  18th June 2020

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High-street retailer M&S has launched three creamy new Made Without dairy yoghurts fortified with calcium, vitamin B12, and vitamin D.


Marks & Spencer has launched a new line of tasty vegan yoghurts fortified with vitamins making them perfect for starting your day.

Choose from three varieties including Soya Greek Style Strawberry, Soya Greek Style Peach & Passionfruit, or Soya Greek Style Plain.

These tasty dairy-free pots contain at least 5g of protein each and are fortified with calcium, vitamin B12, and vitamin D. Not only that, but each pot also has less than 90 calories!

The flavoured Greek Style yoghurt pots cost 90p for 120g are made with fermented soya and contain delicious swirls of real fruit compote.


The larger plain Greek Style yoghurt costs £2 for 400g and is delicious served with fresh berries and agave syrup for a post-workout snack or breakfast.

Fortified with vitamins

In a statement sent to Vegan Food & Living, Laurie Bradley, M&S product Developer said: “With our Plant Kitchen and Made Without products we remove dairy, but are conscious of making sure they’re still full of lots of good stuff, including important vitamins and minerals.

“We fortify our Plant Kitchen Dairy Free milk with Iodine and we’ve fortified our Made Without Dairy yoghurts with calcium, vitamin B12, and vitamin D, we’re always trying to help customers get that extra dose of vitamins when they’re following a dairy free diet!”

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