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Originally Posted by RunnerVeggie View Post

FWIW, here is the statement from Stonyfield farms:

About our soy yogurt:

It sounds like the statement is largely for allergen purposes, and that the actual amount of milk might be really insignificant. Perhaps if soy yogurt became a bigger part of their business, they might switch to dairy free cultures. I had stopped buying this brand, but now I'm on the fence.
It's still not vegan since they are using milk for one of their ingredients which makes it animal-derived.

When I was vegetarian transitioning to vegan I bought this also and noticed that. At first I didn't think it was a big deal but the more I thought on it the more I realized it wasn't vegan and stopped buying it. I love So Delicious coconut milk yogurt when I want yogurt (which is like once a year anyway.)
 
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