Sunchokes: Superfood Spotlight

Sunchokes, otherwise known as Jerusalem artichokes, are root vegetables that resemble the look of ginger with the texture of potatoes. Sunchokes are native to North America, originally found in the central United States and Canada before being introduced to France in 1616. It was with that journey to Europe that this knobby veggie first began […]

3 Probiotic Potions for a Mystical All Hallows’ Eve

In preparation for our favorite night of revelry, trickery, and costumes, we concocted 3 probiotic potions—witches brews—inspired by the Triple Goddess. The feminine counterpart to the Horned God, the Triple Goddess embodies The Maiden, The Mother, and The Crone. The three forms are also tied to the phases of the moon: waxing, full, and waning. 

Introducing Lifeway Elixir: Your New Favorite Organic, Sparkling Probiotic Beverage

We’re excited to announce the release of our brand new Lifeway Elixir, a tasty organic, non-dairy, probiotic sparkling beverage that’s low in calories. It’s refreshing, delicious, and functional. We’re so proud of the great-tasting, low-sugar, healthy concept we’ve created, thanks in part to customer feedback — if you’re reading this, we love you!   We’ll be previewing our new […]

How to Stay Cool When the Weather Heats Up

Chef Seamus Mullen is back to give us some advice on a common struggle many of us face this time of year – how do we stay cool when the weather heats up? After joining us for a hot and humid (yet nonetheless fantastic) Taste of Chicago a few weeks back, Seamus is sharing his favorite ways to keep cool when the sun is at its hottest. Read on for his advice!

Celebrating 30 Years!

Today marks 30 years of Lifeway Foods! Follow along the timeline as we travel through the past with photos, articles, and videos. It’s been a wild ride, but we have so much planned for the upcoming year! And we couldn’t have made it without the support of our Lifeway customers. So, Thank You! Be sure to stay […]

Superfood Spotlight: Cauliflower

When it comes to cauliflower, there tend to be two distinctly different opinions of this bountiful Brassica: you’re either really for it or you’re really against it. Vegetables are polarizing for sure, but there’s something about cauliflower (and to an extent, it’s cousin broccoli) that makes people either love it or leave it. Move Away […]