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Pumpkin Spice Kefir is Back!

When the nights grow colder and the leaves start changing, it can mean only one thing: fall is here! With autumn’s arrival, we break out our favorite flannel, roast marshmallows over bonfires, and pour tall glasses of our famous Pumpkin Spice Kefir!

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That’s right, our tart, tangy, and very flavorful Lowfat Pumpkin Spice Kefir is back on shelves and soon to be in your fridge. If you don’t find it in your area in the next few weeks, be sure to ask your dairy manager to carry it! Psst, this form might help.

STORES:

Albertson Seattle stores only
Brookshire Brothers
Brookshire Grocery
C&S
Coborns
Fareway Foods
Foodtown
Gristede’s
Hugo’s
HyVee
Kroger nationwide
Lidl
Lund’s
Market Basket
Wakefern
Weis

Please note that not every store may have our Pumpkin Spice. We recommend giving your local store a call beforehand!

Pumpkin Madness

While the easiest way to enjoy this healthy fall treat is to drink it straight from a mug, it can be used in countless recipes for a festive punch of flavor. From family-favorite breakfast staples to healthy-yet-decadent desserts, check out our favorite ways to add some probiotic pumpkin spice to your fall routine.

Pumpkin Spice Latte Smoothie

Be the barista of your dreams by handcrafting your own homemade pumpkin spice latte smoothie. Blend banana, pumpkin puree, and cold brew coffee with our pumpkin spice kefir for a seasonal sweet treat that’s rich in protein and probiotics. For a gourd-geous touch, swirl coconut whipped cream on top with a dusting of cinnamon.

Pumpkin Spice Kefir Overnight Oats

Prep this fall-inspired breakfast the night before to get your pumpkin spice on first thing in the morning. Our pumpkin spice kefir adds a warm, crisp taste of autumn to a classic breakfast of heart-healthy oats.

Pumpkin Spice Golden Milk

Inspired by yoga, this Pumpkin Spice Golden Milk allows you to embody the energy of peace without having to visit a meditation space. It contains both turmeric and cinnamon, which are associated with the element of fire and are believed to contain purifying and healing properties.