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Feb 26, 2016

RAITA Savory Yogurt ~ A Michigan Mom Made Product


 Raita Savory Yogurt



What comes to mind when you think of yogurt? For me, I think of the typical Greek yogurt with granola and fresh fruit.   My family loves yogurt  so when we had the opportunity to step outside the box and try a few complimentary RAITA Yogurt flavors, we immediately got excited.

RAITA Savory Yogurt puts a twist to yogurt with three unique Indian flavor blends to choose from. There's Zesty Cucumber with Cilantro & Mint, Spicy Carrot with Cumin & Coriander and Tasty Tomato with Cumin & Coriander. All three taste as amazing as they sound!   Not only is RAITA Savory Yogurt tasty, it is also loaded with probiotics and protein.  Not to mention it's a low calorie snack.


 This is not your typical yogurt. It's flavors are bold and if you like a little spice, I highly suggest the Spicy Carrot with Cumin & Coriander.  A personal favorite! I  think of RAITA Savory Yogurt as the perfect compliment to a healthy afternoon snack.  When my son gets home from school, he is so hungry! I like to prepare a light snack before dinner to hold him over until I can get dinner prepped. I decided to use the yogurt as a dip for fresh veggies and pita. It was a hit! He loved it!


The next day, I used the Zesty Cucumber with Cilantro & Mint as a spread for his sandwich.  Without a doubt, he ate the entire sandwich and I was happy to have a healthy alternative to mayo.

RAITA Savory Yogurt quickly became a favorite in our home for its delicious, bold flavors and healthy ingredients.  It also receives bonus points for being a Michigan Mom Made product.   Look for the colorful labels in your local grocery store.  Be sure to check out RAITA Savory Yogurt to learn more about the product and find a store that carries the yogurt near year.  And for fun check out more fun food pictures taken while sampling RAITA Savory Yogurt at Suburbia Mom.


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A sampler of each of the three flavors of savory yogurt available (with shipping in the US included). The flavors are:  Zesty Cucumber with Mint and Cilantro (Mild), Tasty Tomato with Cumin and Coriander (Medium-Hot) and Spicy Carrot with Cumin and Coriander (Hot)
Prize value: $15+ free shipping


Meet Danielle Andresen- Danielle is mom to two young children and is enjoying this parenting journey with her husband Erik.  As a family they enjoy keeping  busy with the many different events happening in and around Detroit.  Whenever Danielle has a moment of solitude, she enjoys writing.  Check out Danielle at Suburbia Mom where she gives you a glimpse of life as a mom living in the suburbs of Detroit.  Also follow her on Twitter @suburbia_mom


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19 comments :

  1. The zesty cucumber with mint and cilantro sound delicious!!

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    1. This is Harinee Sampath, founder of Raita Yogurt. Thanks so much for your entry! If you would like to stay involved and updated as the company grows, head on over to http://www.facebook.com/raitasavoryyogurt.

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  2. Zesty Cucumber with Mint and Cilantro

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    1. Good choice Keri! It's usually the most popular. This is Harinee Sampath, founder of Raita Yogurt. Thanks so much for your entry! If you would like to stay involved and updated as the company grows, head on over to http://www.facebook.com/raitasavoryyogurt.

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  3. zesty cucumber with mint and cilantro would be for me - I love Cilantro!!

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  4. Yum, they all sound delicious! They open up a whole bunch of idea's of ways to use yogurt. I love the flavored cream cheeses but hate the calories. These are a great alternative. Awesome that it's a Michigan made product. Great give away!

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    1. Hi Lisa,

      This is Harinee Sampath, founder of Raita Yogurt. I couldn't agree more about the calories - the whole container is under 200 calories because we don't add any cream, just the yogurt.Thanks so much for your entry. If you would like to stay involved and updated as the company grows, head on over to http://www.facebook.com/raitasavoryyogurt.

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  5. Raita sounds and looks awesome. Great that it's Michigan made too!

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    1. Thanks Ron! This is Harinee Sampath, founder of Raita Yogurt. If you would like to stay involved and updated as the company grows, head on over to http://www.facebook.com/raitasavoryyogurt.

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  6. Reppin' the mitten! I would like to try Tasty Tomato with Cumin and Coriande, although I'm not a fan of anything too spicy.

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    1. Hi

      This is Harinee Sampath, founder of Raita Yogurt. If you don't like too spicy, you should try the cucumber and the tomato. Let me know how you like it when you do.
      Thanks so much for your entry. If you would like to stay involved and updated as the company grows, head on over to http://www.facebook.com/raitasavoryyogurt.

      Harinee

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  7. I love raita! This is an awesome venture.happy to see a mom-made product.

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    1. Thanks Amanda! If you would like to stay involved and updated as the company grows, head on over to http://www.facebook.com/raitasavoryyogurt.

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  8. This might be more up my alley than regular yogurt. I am super picky so don't always like the tangy taste of yogurt. Who knew savory yogurt was a thing?!

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    1. Hi Elizabeth
      This is Harinee Sampath, founder of Raita Yogurt. Yes, this is a tart yogurt that is used, but indian flavors try to pay attention to the balance of sweet, sour, salt, heat and sometimes even bitterness. Hope you get to try it soon!
      If you would like to stay involved and updated as the company grows, head on over to http://www.facebook.com/raitasavoryyogurt.
      And yes, savory yogurt is actually trending quite a bit in new york right now (blue hill, sohaa), although this is probably one of the few savory yogurts that is a dip.

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  9. I would love to try this yogurt!!

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    1. Thanks Larissa - hope you get to try it soon :) If you would like to stay involved and updated as the company grows, head on over to http://www.facebook.com/raitasavoryyogurt.

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