Tillamook Farmstyle Greek Yogurt

Tillamook Farmstyle Greek YogurtTillamook is one of my favorite brands when it comes to dairy products, I love their cheeses (more than I can tell you!) and now I love their Greek Yogurt too! 

Tillamook sent me a case of their new Farmstyle Greek Yogurt to try out, so that I could share my honest opinion with you. I got all kinds of flavors to try, from Plain and Simple to Coffeehouse Blend, and I decided to share them with my family too (because I am super nice 😉 ) 

In my opinion, this is some of the best Greek Yogurt I have tasted, aside from the homemade Greek Yogurt I had in Israel. It isn’t as sour… I guess sour is the word I would use, as many of the other Greek Yogurts I have tasted. It didn’t coat my mouth the way that some other’s that I have tasted do. My mom *loved* every flavor that she tried too! She needs a lot of protein because of some of her health issues, and these yogurts are a great source of Protein that will keep you going for hours. 

Right now the Tillamook Farmstyle Greek Yogurt is only available in the western states; California, Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Idaho, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Arizona, Washington, and Montana; to see if there is a location near you, check the Tillamook website

If you live in one of the states listed above, I have a great giveaway for you! Tillamook is going to send one lucky winner a pack of their delicious Tillamook Farmstyle Greek Yogurt!
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Disclosure: I was provided with some of the products above in order to give you my opinion. The above is 100% my opinion, and was not influenced in any way. The giveaway is only for people in these states; OR, WA, ID, CA, NV, AZ, UT, MT, WY, CO, NM, because that is where the product is sold. 



    the strawberry yogurt sounds so good! strawberry flavored yogurt is my favorite. also, their salted caramel swirl ice cream bars look sooo good!!

  2. shelly peterson says

    I learned that Renowned cheesemaker Peter McIntosh brought his cheddar cheese-making expertise to Tillamook County, where he taught the locals all he knew and earned himself the nickname “Cheese King of the Coast.” Over 120 years later, we still use the same cheddar cheese recipe we developed all those years ago!

  3. Allisha Gold says

    I learned that several places nearby carry it, never knew that! Including Foods co and Walmart :)


    i learned that there are nearly 100 farmer families that make up the Tillamook County Creamery Association.

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