Go On Plain

Go On Plain

Get creative in the kitchen with Alpro Go On; our plant-based alternative to strained yogurt. With a smooth texture and mild taste, it’s perfect for creating tasty dips, stirring into curries and stews or mashed with avocado on top of toast.


  • High in soya protein
  • Thick smooth texture
  • Refreshing taste
  • 100% plant based
  • Versatile in usage


energy 298 kJ / 71 kcal
fat 3.6g
saturates 0.6g
mono-unsaturates 0.8g
polyunsaturates 2.2g
carbohydrate 2.5g
sugars 2.5g
fibre 1.5g
protein 6.2g
salt 0.36g
vitamin D 0.75 μg 15%*
vitamin B2 0.38 μg 15%*
calcium 120mg 15%*

(*) = 15% of the nutrient reference values (NRVs)

RI table (100g)

71 kcal

(*) = Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ / 2000 kcal)


Water, Hulled SOYA beans (16,9%), Sugar, Calcium (Tri-calciumcitrate), Stabiliser (Pectin), Acidity regulators (Sodium citrate, Citric acid), Natural flavouring, Sea salt, Antioxidants (Tocopherol-rich extract, Fatty acid esters of ascorbic acid), Vitamins (B12, D2), Yogurt cultures (S. thermophilus, L. bulgaricus)


May contain traces of hazelnuts and almonds. Contains soya. Free from dairy and gluten.

Where to buy

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How much protein do I need?

Adults need an average of 50g of protein per day. It's recommended to spread it throughout the day rather than a protein peak in one meal.

Move the slider to indicate your body weight and see how much protein you need daily.

Your weight
69 kg
50 g
55.8 g Suggested amount of protein per day
1 serving of 100 g = 6.2 g protein

Any further questions?

Why did Alpro use soya proteins instead of other plant-based protein sources?

In contrast to many other plant-based protein sources, soya is a source of high quality plant-based protein. The composition of protein in soya is excellent and provides all the essential amino acids needed in a healthy diet. This is especially important for the essential amino acids, which cannot be made by the body and must be obtained by eating protein in a healthy diet. A varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle are recommended for good health.

What is the difference between Alpro Go On and Alpro’s regular plant-based alternatives to yogurt?

The difference between Alpro Go On and our other soya alternatives to yogurt is that Alpro Go On is an alternative to strained yogurt instead of an alternative to standard yogurt. It is a product with a firmer consistency and thicker texture with an enjoyable taste thanks to its higher amount of soya proteins. 

Can I use Go On for sport purposes or high protein diets?

Alpro Go On is not developed to be included in special diets, but it fits in to a healthy balanced diet. Consult a health care professional before you take up a special high protein diet or specific diet for sport purposes.

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