Q. Are Liberté containers recyclable?

Liberté containers are made from polypropylene and may be recycled wherever Number 5 plastics are accepted. At this time the coated foil lid, however, is not recyclable.

Q. Are Liberté products kosher?

All Liberté products are OK kosher certified, except for the following products: Méditerranée yogurts (coconut), Greek yogurts (blackberry)

Q. Are Liberté products made with milk that contains rBST/rBGH?

Liberte only uses suppliers that provide milk from cows not treated with rBST/rBGH*.
*No significant difference has been shown between milk derived from rBST/rBGH-treated and non-rBST/rBGH-treated cows..

Q. Can I eat yogurt even if I have low lactose tolerance?

Lactose intolerance is a reaction that stems from an inability to digest lactose (a natural sugar found in milk). People who are lactose intolerant are often able to consume yogurt because the live and active cultures present in yogurt help aid in the digestion of lactose. We recommend that you speak with your health care provider for more information.

Q. Can yogurt be frozen?

It’s best not to freeze yogurt as it will significantly impact texture and quality.

Q. Do Liberté® products contain antibiotics?

Like all yogurt producers, Liberté must conduct analyses on the milk it uses to make yogurt and is prohibited from including milk that contains antibiotics.

Q. Do Liberté products contain gluten?

Our products are not made with any ingredients that contain gluten. We conduct rigorous internal testing to confirm that all of our products are gluten free.

Q. How long are Liberté products good for?

To experience the optimal freshness and quality, it is recommended that the yogurt be consumed by the use by date.

Q. Plastics used to manufacture Liberté products

Yogurt container: number 5 plastic (polypropylene)
Yogurt shrink sleeve: PET (polyester)

Q. What does the use by date on the container mean?

The use by date is the date until which a product will maintain its optimal freshness and quality if it is properly kept and handled.

Q. Why is there sometimes liquid on the surface of the yogurt?

The liquid is actually a component of yogurt called whey. It’s normal for a small amount to rise to the surface.