What gives Oikos® Greek Nonfat Yogurt its incredibly rich, creamy texture? It all starts with simple, delicious ingredients.


Are you wondering what makes Greek Nonfat Yogurt different from regular yogurt? We make our Greek Nonfat Yogurt with a centuries-old authentic straining method that removes the whey (liquid) from the yogurt. Called "yiaourti" in Greece, Greek nonfat yogurt is thick and creamy, and its production requires about three times the amount of milk used to make regular yogurt.

About Oikos Greek Nonfat Yogurt

Oikos is the Greek word for house. It’s also the root word for ecology. We think it’s a great name for our Greek Nonfat Yogurt because it reminds us of a time when people's homes were intimately connected with nature and most foods came from household gardens and family herds.

The people who bring you Oikos are passionate: about food, about life, and especially about Oikos. We believe that when it comes to food, you deserve the best. That's why we put our hearts and souls into making Oikos. Our goal is simple: We want you to reward yourself every day with authentic, artisan Greek yogurt the way it was meant to be. Is Oikos possibly the best nonfat yogurt in the world? Try just one spoonful of our creamy-thick nonfat yogurt and see for yourself.