FAQ's

Greek yogurt is thicker and creamier than regular yogurt as the water content and whey have been removed from the product. This is done through a traditional Greek straining process that makes the product high in protein and low in fat.
Greek yogurt has double the amount of protein and half the amount of fat and carbohydrates as compared to regular yogurt.
Epigamia does not have any artificial colors, thickeners or preservatives and only uses natural ingredients and fruit pulps while making the product.
All yogurts are made through a basic process of adding live cultures to milk. At Epigamia, we take it a step further by straining the yogurt three times to remove excess liquid (whey and water) which results in high protein content in our yogurts.
Epigamia does not contain any preservatives and as such is extremely sensitive to heat. It should be kept in the refrigerator between 4 (degrees Celcius) and 8 (degrees Celcius). Do not store in the freezer.
If the lid of the yogurt has slightly risen, or ‘puffed’, or if the yogurt smells or tastes extremely sour, your yogurt be spoiled. Be sure to check the expiry date of the product before purchasing.
Epigamia has a shelf life of 14 days if maintained at optimum temperatures and has not experienced any heat shocks.
In general, yogurt stays good for 2 weeks when stored hygienically between 4 (degrees Celcius) and 8 (degrees Celcius).

Epigamia Greek Yogurt is made using a superior strain of yogurt cultures, which ensures that the acidity of the yogurt is controlled for longer periods. If stored under optimum conditions, Epigamia is safe and good to consume for a period of 2-3 weeks from the packaging date.