Yes it is. It's yogurt made from real buffalo milk. It's creamy, high in calcium, and free of artificial preservatives or thickeners. Plus it has got live active cultures that are great for your digestive system.
How do they get the milk? I was wondering that too. They actually have a creamery barn in Woodstock, VT, filled with lady water buffaloes. It's the only water buffalo milk creamery in the United States. They even encourage you to stop by and visit their buffaloes.
Buffalo milk, while higher in fat than cow's milk, is actually higher in protein and lower in cholesterol than its whole cow milk sister. It has got a similar texture to whole cow's milk yogurt - extremely creamy and thick, and rich in flavor.
Fit's Tips: If you want to give it a try, find a store near you that carries it with Woodstock's website store locator.