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Abbot Kinney's Almond Start Naturel Yogurt Organic, 125gr

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Abbot Kinney's Almond Start Naturel Yogurt Organic, 125gr

Vegan alternative to Yogurt, based on Almonds.

Abbot Kinney's Organic Almond Start Naturel Alternative to Yogurt

Almond Start Naturel is a fresh tasting, delicious new alternative to yoghurt. Made from organic Sicilian almonds, it’s naturally lactose and gluten free and great with fruit, nuts and granola. Perfect for breakfast, a tasty snack, an after dinner treat or simply by itself.

Almond Start is made using four simple, plant-based ingredients. No sugar, sweeteners or any other weird stuff. After all, when you’re already using delicious Sicilian Tuono almonds, there’s no need to add much else.

The almond milk we use contains three times as many almonds as regular almond milk and since our almonds are not strained or processed, they retain 100% of their nutritional value.


Water, almonds* 15%, thickener (tapioca starch*), yoghurt cultures (S. thermophilus, L. bulgaricus, L. acidophilus, B. lactis).

*Of organic origin

Allergy Information:
Contains Almonds
Does not contain soy, lactose, gluten
Nutritional values per
Energy value 445 kJ / 108 kcal
Total Fat 8,7 g
- Saturated Fat 0,8 g
Carbohydrates 3,9 g
- of which sugar 0,6 g
Protein 2,9 g
Salt 0,02 g
Abbot Kinney's

Abbot Kinney's

Our promise At Abbot Kinney’s, we use the best ingredients we can find to make plant based, organic products that taste delicious. Whether it’s our coconut milk from Sri Lanka, our Sicilian almonds or our Alfonso mangos from India, only the tastiest, healthiest and most nutritious ingredients make the cut. Similarly, we try to use as few ingredients as possible, never use unnatural additives and go out of our way to responsibly produce everything we make. We promise that everything from Abbot Kinney’s will always be tasty, nutritious and plant-based. The story A long, long time ago – in the year 2014 to be exact – there were two entrepreneurial guys called Gijs and Jimme. They knew each other from a local entrepreneur’s club and were looking for ideas to launch as a start-up when someone gave them a taste of coconut yoghurt. This coconut yoghurt had come all the way from Abbot Kinney in Los Angeles and while it was similar to yoghurt, it was fuller, softer, dairy free and really, really good. Simple, tasty and healthy, it was love at first bite. So the boys decided to investigate. They travelled to Singapore, Thailand and Sri Lanka to learn everything they could about coconuts and coconut milk. A period of endless tests (and silly jokes) concerning bacterial cultures, fermentation times and temperatures followed as did eating lots and lots of coconuts. Once they’d come up with the final recipe, the true romantic nature of entrepreneurship started. Waking up in turns at 5am to make the first Coco Starts, testing them, packaging them up and then, finally, selling them to shops. It didn’t take long before they were filling cups late into the night to meet the growing demand for their dreamy coconut yoghurt. When they struck their first wholesaler deal, the boys knew it was time to introduce machinery to the production process. Luckily, the simple recipe could be maintained on the machines without compromising on taste, texture or nutrition. Fast forward to 2016 and as well as getting a full night’s sleep, Gijs and Jimme have been joined by Margreet, Niels, Joppe, Quirine and Anne-Marit. Abbot Kinney’s products can be found in hundreds of shops across the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Spain, France, the UK and Sweden. In addition to three types of Coco Start, you can now buy Almond Start (like Coco Start but made from almonds) and Coco Frost (the ice cream version of Coco Start in natural, strawberry and cocoa flavours). The adventure is not over. It’s only just begun…

GMO Statement

Organic products are produced without genetic engineering. The use of genetically modified organisms or their derivatives is prohibited in organic farming and processing and contradicts the self-understanding of the organic industry.