Irish Strained Protein Yogurt

Irish Strained Protein Yogurt

Irish Strained Protein Yogurt


It’s here – introducing the new-look high protein Irish Strained Protein Yogurt, formerly known as our Authentic Strained Greek Style range – the first and only Irish Strained yogurt on the market!

At Glenisk, we listen to you, our customers, and know that you want to enjoy locally sourced and produced, high quality produce – exactly what Glenisk is all about.

Strained in the traditional Greek and Icelandic style, Glenisk’s yogurt is high in protein and unapologetically Irish – still made in Ireland using fresh Irish milk from pasture-fed cows, grazing outdoors for most of the year.

four times the milkSo, what exactly is Irish Strained?

The traditional yogurt technique of straining uses 4 times the amount of milk as that used in the making of conventional yogurt, resulting in a rich and creamy consistency and high protein content.

Irish Strained Protein Yogurt uses only the finest quality Irish milk and nothing artificial.

Did you know? Ireland is 1 of only 3* regions around the world where cows are grass-fed for most of the year.

Irish grass is rich in beta-carotene which gives Irish milk its distinct taste, colour and creaminess, resulting in the most delicious yogurt!

As the Official Yogurt of Irish Rugby, Glenisk has been fuelling the performance of the Irish Senior Men’s and Women’s Rugby Teams since 2016 with its high protein yogurt.

Irish Strained Protein Yogurt is available in all supermarkets and leading independent stores now – same recipe, same delicious taste, now with a brand-new look.

Fancy trying it for yourself? Why not enter your details below and we'll pop a voucher for a free pot in the post for you! 

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