Yoforia, Yogurt Made Easy for The Busy Bees

Yoforia Yogurt

Busy, active, and constantly on-the-go. People living in the city are constantly faced with daily challenges with little or no time to relax, even for a simple cup of coffee. At the same time, there is an increasing awareness of practicing a healthier lifestyle. Drawing an inspiration from this, Yoforia offers a way out. Yogurt. Served in a coffee cup-like packaging.

A brief look at Yoforia’s Coffee Cream variant without looking at the details (or its placement on the supermarket shelf) may even trick someone into thinking that it’s a cup of flavored coffee drink. Not to mention the minimalistic Japanese-style branding is something new for yogurt products in a local supermarket. The drinking process is a seamless process. Pop the lid, break the seal, and you’re good to go.

Erase the yogurt part and it can easily look like a coffee cup


Peach Delight: Sweet, familiar flavor, check.
Yoforia Yogurt by Wanderbites-2
Japanese-style branding on point

While the flavor of Yoforia’s Coffee Cream will take some time to get used to, I find the aroma to be fragrant and pleasant. Taste-wise, I’d cast my vote for Berry Smooth and Peach Delight. Those two taste sweet, familiar, and comforting. Very little tanginess, and overall the fruity flavors will be easily accepted by the general public, including children.

It’s somewhat assuring to know that there’s something good for your body underneath all those yummy flavors. Yogurt is packed full of probiotics, the friendly bacteria that is beneficial for your digestive system. If you want to get into the details, Yoforia is powered by four species of lactic acid probiotics. As it is derived from milk, yogurt also supplies your body with calcium and vitamins.

Coffee meets yogurt, the first of its kind


Which team are you on?
Yoforia Yogurt by Wanderbites-2
A (somewhat) healthier snack option

Although health-wise yogurt is recommended to be consumed before a meal, I find Yoforia to be a nice addition to my snacking repertoire. The smooth texture is neither runny nor too thick, making it a nice pairing to nuts or dried fruits. I’ve also seen some easy recipes on Yoforia’s social media on how to create popsicles and ice cream with its yogurts. Might have to try that next!

Written By

Fellexandro Ruby

Food photographer, and story teller sharing his passion in food, travel, culinary hits and highlights. Always on the mission to make you drool. Founder of Wanderbites.com

1 Comment

Leave a Reply

@wanderbites on Instagram