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Cyclops yoghurt

An all time favourite

cyclops5 Jim Small began making natural yoghurt in 1988, that’s a while back now. His mother had given him a recipe that originated in Greece, hence the yoghurt’s brand.

Originally selling door to door, Cyclops is now known as one of our favourite fresh, natural, acidophilus yoghurts. It hasn’t deviated from the original bottling where fruit variations left the fruit on top of the yoghurt.

By the nineties Jim and the team were using organic fresh milk and the business gained organic certification in 1995. Where some of their fruit and nut suppliers are not organically certified, they work closely with them to follow organic principles. Rome wasn’t conquered in a day.

If you’ve tried this yoghurt you’ll know just how wonderfully thick and creamy it is; we all have favourite flavours, but their Walnut and Honey ranks high on the popularity stakes. Cocktail flavours: Chocolate Velvet, Blueberry and Lemon Honey are notably decadent. You can even suggest a new flavour for them to consider.

The other good thing is the pottles Cyclops use can easily be re-used for all sorts of things or simply recycled.

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