100% Grass-fed is the Best Way to Dairy

The flavor is only half the battle: Maia’s texture is what makes it unique. Our pursuit for the perfect texture has yielded a thick consistency. Maia spends its final hours of production in the cup becoming yogurt. We recommend to enjoy Maia’s thick, creamier texture by carving it like a cheesecake or flan; and not by stirring it!
Less Sweet Yogurt

Maia is lightly sweetened with 2-4 grams of cane sugar per cup. Every batch of Maia takes longer to make, but by slowing down the process, we create a yogurt that needs far less sugar to be delicious.

High in Probiotics

10x Probiotics – Each Maia cup is packed with at least 25+ billion beneficial probiotics, more than the usual yogurt. These are housed in the perfect mini-ecosystem. With 3-4 grams of probiotic dietary fiber per cup, Maia helps fill us up by normalizing our appetites.

Real Fruit

Real fruit simply tastes better. That’s why we use real fruit. Combining the natural vitamins with the probiotics is found to have synergistic effects on health.

Lots of Protein

16 grams of protein per cup powers you through the day. Made up of individual amino acids that are used to build digestive enzymes, hormones, and muscle tissue, Maia’s protein helps you stay full and fit.

Doing better for our world and our neighbors

100% Grass-fed Cows


Our yogurt starts with our beloved cows. They live in the heart of dairy country Pennsylvania, where they are pasture-raised and Non-GMO fed. When you choose dairy that’s sourced from Non-GMO, 100% Grass-fed cows, the milk contains significantly more beneficial fatty acids with a stable amount of omega-6.

Our yogurt plays a crucial role in building and keeping a healthy diet and lifestyle. With each cup of our yogurt sold we are directly impacting the push toward cleaner eating and sustainable humane farming.


Reduced Plastic

Our cups use 22% less plastic than other yogurts, our tubs use 50% less plastic than tubs of other 32oz yogurt tubs. We also strive to reduce our carbon footprint and recycle our shipping materials.

We feel that it’s our responsibility to continue to reduce our footprint as much as possible. Last year 63% of solid waste in the U.S. was derived from food packaging, leading to over crowded landfills, full of un dissolvable material.