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Fruits, No Added Sugar

NAS Banana-Passion Fruit Soya Yoghurt Alternative 400g

NAS Banana & Passion Fruit Soya Yoghurt Alternative 400g  available in organic and health food stores

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Product description

For consumers who like no added sugar recipes, the NAS Banana-Passion Fruit soya yoghurt alternative 400g made with organic French soya is both delicious and healthy. The natural sweetness of this tasty, healthy and balanced dessert comes solely from the added fruit. It contains less than half the amount of sugar of Sojade’s classic products.


Soya juice* 70% (water, soya beans* 10,8%), banana* 20%, passion fruit juice* 4%, concentrated apple juice*, natural passion fruit flavouring*, tapioca starch*, selected live cultures of which Bifidus and Lactobacillus acidophilus.

Organic ingredients

Soya juice complies with NF V 29-001 standard, French guaranteed GMO free soya beans.


Keep refrigerated between +2°C / +6°C

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Sojade’s guarantees

At Sojade, it is our belief that it is more important than ever to reduce our environmental impact and to give you access to quality unprocessed products made in France as part of a healthy and balanced diet.

  • A wind turbine is installed on site to reduce our carbon footprint.
  • Deforestation: French soya guarantees the conservation of South American forests.
  • Bisphenol A-free and phthalate-free packaging.


Pour 100g

  • Energy 261 kJ (62 kcal)
  • Fat 2,0 g
  • – of which saturates 0,3 g
  • Carbohydrate 7,0 g
  • – of which sugars 6,2 g
  • Protein 3,6 g
  • Salt 0,06 g

Our recipes

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Banana and Passion Fruit Tiramisu

NAS Banana and Passion Fruit Soya Yoghurt Alternative

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Banana and Passion Fruit Semolina Cake

NAS Banana and Passion Fruit Soya yoghurt alternative and Natural Soya drink

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