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Plain Kefir

Kefir is a complex fermented milk product containing bacteria and yeast, and is recommended by Canada’s Food Guide for its calcium content. With over 37 billion bacteria per 100 ml more than any yogurt it’s the champagne of probiotic milk beverages.

The history and tradition of kefir are as old as its reputation as a health product. In the countries of the one-time Soviet Union, kefir was used to treat stomach ulcers, gastric illnesses, chronic enteritis, bronchitis and pneumonia.

As with most other probiotic products, a dose of kefir is recommended daily for its full benefits to take effect. You’ll be pleasantly surprised by its effervescence. Liberté Kefir contains 20 different kinds of bacteria and yeast. A single tablespoon (15 ml) a day yields 5 billion beneficial bacteria.

Kefir was the subject of a report on the Radio-Canada program L’Épicerie on Wednesday, March 24, 2010. Click the link to demystify kefir’s fabrication and probiotic content, and for some interesting recipe ideas.

Plain Kefir: the purist’s version is entirely natural. You can include this refreshing effervescent probiotic drink to your daily diet! Mix it with fruits, drink it by the spoonful or the glass or pour it over your favourite cereal!

2 % m. f.

Probiotic

454 ml

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jen From jen

How long does your plain kefir last in the fridge once it's been open?

Mike From Mike

Hi Liberte,
Could you tell me, where I can find Liberte Kefir?

Lana From Lana

Where can I find Kefir in Calgary?

Liberté From Liberté

hello Lana, you could find the Kefir in sobeys, Nester Market and Buy-low foods, Planet organic, Save on foods, Superstore. hopefully, it will helps. Have a nice day.

June From June

Is the Kefir Milk lactose free

Liberté From Liberté

hello June, the kefir is not Lactose free. In the carbohydrates you will see 6 g wich is the lactose (natural sugar in the milk)

Brigitte From Brigitte

I'm sensitive to cow's milk and am looking for goat or sheep milk kefir. Do you make this and if so, who carries it? I have looked in many places including health food stores without any luck.

Liberté From Liberté

hello Brigitte, sorry, we do not make goat milk kefir. Our goat milk products are milk (1 %, 2% 3,25 %) yogurt (2,7 % and 10 %)and butter. Thank you for your interest in our products. Have a nice day.

Is Liberte kefir available in all major groceries in Vancouver like Safeway and Saveon Foods?

Liberté From Liberté

Hello Veronica, The plain authentic and organic kefir is available in most retailers, but for Strawberry and Rasberry flavours, it is available in some stores such as Superstore, Whole foods, Planet organic. If you need more informations, please do not hesitate. Have a nice day.

Miriel From Miriel

Is your brand of Kefir Gluten-Free? Is it safe for those who have Celiac Disease?

Liberté From Liberté

hello Miriel, All of our product does not contain gluten but the fruit provider are not certified gluten free as they may have production with gluten in the same plant. Thank you for your question.

azrah From azrah

I love your plain 2 percent kefir, but I have celiac disease. is the liberte kefir gluten free?

Liberté From Liberté

hello Azrah, the plain kefir does not contain any gluten and should not have cross contamination with gluten. Have a nice day.

Diana2 From Diana2

Could you provide a more complete nutritional break down of your Kefir product? For example, Vitamin D, E, and the B-vitamins, as well as Riboflavin, Potassium, Zinc etc. the more information you give, the better I know what I get from using your product.

Liberté From Liberté

Hello Diana, it is not an official break down. It is theorical for 250 ml of plain kefir there are Phosphore 319 mg, zinc 0.39 mg, Potassium 205 mg, vit. A 155 mg. Riboflavine .15, Folic acid 20 Mcg thiamine .45 mg. We have no more informations on B-vitamin, vitamin D (no addition). Have a nice day.

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