- THE MAGAZINE
Blue Hill Farms, Pocantico Hills, N.Y., launched Blue Hill Yogurt, a line of savory yogurts made with milk from 100% grass-fed cows, which is sourced from several small, family-owned farms in the Northeast, including Blue Hill Farm. The vegetables that go into the respective yogurts also come from independent farms in the Northeast.
Inspired by “savory” yogurts made in the Blue Hill restaurant kitchens, Blue Hill yogurts come in Carrot, Tomato, Beet and Butternut Squash flavors.
“Blue Hill Yogurt was born in the kitchens of Blue Hill New York and Blue Hill at Stone Barns, where my brother Dan Barber and his culinary team have been experimenting with grass-fed milk yogurt for years,” says David Barber, president and co-owner. “The first savory yogurt dish at Blue Hill was ‘Savory Granola with Beet Yogurt;’ it sparked the idea for this entire line.”
The line is available in select Whole Foods in the Northeast, with other flavors, including limited-edition seasonal yogurts, available later this fall. All yogurt varieties have a suggested retail price of $2.99 each.