siggi’s dairy began in 2004 when Siggi Hilmarsson felt homesick for a staple of his childhood diet, skyr, a creamy, high-protein yogurt from his native Iceland. True to Icelandic tradition, siggi’s products do not contain any artificial preservatives, sweeteners, flavors or colors, and are made with milk from farms that do not use growth hormones such as rBGH. Nutritionally, each cup of siggi’s contains more protein than sugar.
We work with retail dietitians at the corporate and in-store level to help you in achieving the needs of your consumers. Our capabilities include, but are not limited to:
- Creating customized demo kits and handouts
- Providing product, handouts, and resources for siggi’s to be featured at events
- Providing recipes and high-res images for communications
Check out resources created by our Registered Dietitian below, and email us to request hard copies or to discuss creating customized materials.
A list of siggi’s products with barcodes, ingredients, nutritional highlights, and item priority.
Yogurt 101: An Insider’s Guide
Are your consumers curious about what to look for in a yogurt? This resource highlights tips for choosing a nutritionally balanced yogurt.
Diabetes Superfood Bowls
We have created recipes for diabetes-friendly superfood bowls, each containing ingredients from the American Diabetes Association’s list of Diabetes Friendly Superfoods.
Live Deliciously: Diabetes-Friendly Food Ideas
Enjoy some of our favorite diabetes-friendly recipes selected by our registered dietitians. The handout also includes simple tips from the American Diabetes Association to improve the quality of your diet and help control blood sugar.
siggi’s Seasonal Recipe Collection
Our recipe collection highlights the best recipes for entertaining during spring, summer, and fall.
This collection of recipes is great for general health and wellness events, and includes gluten-free options.
Simple Swaps & Substitutions
Did you know that siggi’s can be used in place of sour cream, oil, butter, and more? Our handout highlights the easy ways to make healthier substitutions using yogurt.
Homemade smoothies are a delicious and nutrient-dense way to refuel, and this handout serves as a great addition to post-workout and sports nutrition themed events.
Probiotics are a hot trend in the food industry, but many consumers can be confused by what the claim actually means. Our handout provides a brief overview of what’s behind this health claim.