No Artificial Growth Hormones*
No Artificial Sweeteners
No Artificial Flavors
High In Protein
Delta: the Finest, Freshest Food for Everyone
Delta began as a small family business in Athens in 1952 and today our products can be found in 9 out of 10 Greek households. Since our inception we’ve been committed to improving the lives of Greek families with products of the finest quality and nutrition. In 2020, Delta brings that commitment to the US with our best selling, genuine Greek yogurt.
Authentic Greek Yogurt
Delta Yogurt is based on original recipes and inspired by age-old traditional ways of making yogurt. In 1990, Delta set out with the Agricultural University of Athens to find and understand the cultures used in artisanal Greek yogurt making. We visited small farms and families around the Aegean Sea to sample their homemade recipes from when food was made pure and simple. Our work led to the discovery of a yogurt culture from the island of Crete that is used in Delta yogurt up to this day.
Delta’s authenticity is not only rooted in our cultures but in our process. We make our yogurt in the US just as we do in Greece, according to our globally patented method. Our cultures and our method give our yogurt its unique taste and texture. Because of our dedication to the ingredients, process and production, we bring deep knowledge and quality directly to your table.
Made with Only the Finest, All-Natural Ingredients
Delta genuine Greek yogurts have been repeatedly awarded the International Taste and Quality Institute’s (iTQi) Superior Taste Award. Our yogurt culture directly from Crete gives our yogurt a mild, less sour taste and a creamy, light texture.
Delta Yogurt is full of everything you want and nothing you don’t want. We bring the benefits of the Mediterranean diet to the American consumer. Delta uses all-natural ingredients and is free of artificial growth hormones, flavors, sweeteners and preservatives, and is gluten-free and non-GMO.
Delta Yogurt is rich in protein and is a key tool in achieving a balanced diet and meeting daily nutritional guidelines for protein intake (50g per day for adults, 56G per day for the average male and 46G per day for the average female).