Canadian made yogurt is made on farms across Canada that have been in the dairy industry for years. If you know of any yogurt made in Canada please forward the information so I can add them to the site.
Canadian Made Yogurt
Today, Hewitt’s Dairy continues to produce an expansive range of quality Canadian dairy products, including a full range of fluid milk, a variety of specialty goat milk products, and the rich Hewitt’s ice cream
Truly traceable Vitala Milk was launched in 2008. EcoDairy, home of the Vitala Cows and the first demonstration farm of its kind in Canada opened in 2010 and Vitala Ice Cream is launched in 2012. In between, yogurt and eggs became part of the product line.
McClintock’s Farm was established in 1988 with the purchase of 23 acres in Dove Creek. Within the first few years we bought four cows and calves, put in some blueberry plants and learned a lot about farming – often the hard way!
Over the next ten years, the beef herd expanded, we planted more blueberries and added raspberries too. In 1996, we made the decision to become more than hobby farmers and purchased Val’s family’s 25 acres on Headquarters Road which has been in the family since 1876 and is a designated century farm. This makes us the fourth and fifth generations to farm this land. The expansion continued when the opportunity to buy the neighbouring 10 acres came up in 2004 and again in February 2010 with the acquisition of another 20 acres in Dove Creek.
At Bles-Wold Yogurt we’ve been whipping up quality dairy products since 1996 but it all started in 1994. The Bos-Eilers family immigrated from the Netherlands and founded Bles-Wold Dairy and by 1995, their farm had a brand-new dairy facility and 60 Holsteins. They named their farm Bles-Wold, a hybrid of their hometowns, Blesdijke, and Steenwijkerwold.
It was over 25 years ago that Organic Meadow pioneered the organic dairy movement in Canada. They brought together like-minded farmers that cared about creating dairy products using nature as their driving force.
A Canadian manufacturer and marketer of yogurt and fresh dairy products. Founded in 1993 (with predecessor operations dating to 1971), Ultima Foods is owned by Quebec-based dairy company Agropur.
Maison Riviera works closely with the goat producers in the Centre-du-Québec and Montérégie regions to develop and raise awareness of products resulting from the processing of goat’s milk so that they can be made available to the greatest possible number of people.
Armadale Farm Dairy Products makes Cheese and Dairy Products with our own milk from the farm. All of our products are hand made, with meticulous attention to detail and quality to deliver the best possible product to the consumer.
Located in St. Eugene, Ontario, Canada, SKOTIDAKIS is all about excellence. In our 100,000 square feet production facility, we use fresh quality milk to craft the finest cheeses and dairy products available.
Today, the SKOTIDAKIS team is composed of skilled and passionate workers, dedicated to developing new products and expanding the company’s distribution network. Most importantly, SKOTIDAKIS remains faithful to it’s roots: the ambitious spirit of our founder leads the way in breaking new ground, all the while preserving the authentic family values that make us unique. Part of the yogurt made in Canada directory.
Dairyland was originally an operating arm of a BC dairy farmer’s cooperative(s) and eventually sold of the majority of its assets to “Canadian” Saputo Incorporated. Part of the Canadian made yogurt directory.
The most important ingredient in all of our Olympic Dairy products is our fresh milk. And our milk is so fresh because all of our cows live super close to our dairies. It’s simple really. Just like our yogurt. Every single one of our dairy farmer friends truly loves the cows they work with. From sunrise to sunset, they work non-stop to keep their cows healthy and productive. You can taste it in every spoonful.
From our majestic mountains to our fresh air and even the rain, every spoonful of Olympic yogurt is inspired by the fresh spirit of BC. Our passion for making the best, all-natural product we can doesn’t stop on the dairy farm. All of our employees are 100% committed to making a product that they can be proud of – and that your family will love. Our most important colleagues are our cows. Spend a day with them and you’ll discover personalities as diverse as the humans you work with every day. We bet our cows work harder though.
Fromagerie Marie Kadé is a plant that makes Mediterranean specialty cheeses. We are a family business that has operated this plant for over 30 years. We produce a wide variety of cheeses, natural yogurt and pressed yogurt. Part of the yogurt made in Canada directory.