5280 | October 16, 2020 | View Full Article >>"On the market shelves and around the central island on the upper level of the space you’ll find [...] plant-based, wholesome, from-scratch deli fare, juices, and smoothies from Boulder-based, female-owned YA•YE Organics. "
Denver Post | October 1, 2020 | View Full Article >>"The Farmers Market will feature a bunch of local vendors — baked goods from Hinman’s and Rebel Bread, Little Owl coffee, YA•YE Organics and even The Market’s famed Spring Fling Cake from its former bakers, who formed their own pandemic business, Lala's"
303 Magazine | July 10, 2020 | View Full Article >>
"[...] We want to transform people’s lives through real foods,” she said, noting the tremendous effect proper eating has on mental health. Nutritional diversity — evidenced by bright plates and carefully-sourced ingredients — has been central to both on-site and delivered menus."
Westword Magazine | July 1, 2020 | View Full Article >>
"Krissy Ostermiller wants consumers to understand just how good a plant-based diet can make you feel, and now her company, YA•YE, is bringing that healthy education right to your door."
The Denver Post | February 18, 2020 | View Full Article >>
"YA•YE is a plant-based cafe serving cold-pressed juices, smoothies, salads and bowls. There are snacks such as beet hummus with watermelon radish chips and desserts like the raw cacao and avocado pudding (all $5-$14)."
303 Magazine | February 14, 2020 | View Full Article >>
"YA•YE’s menu is ripe with puns and pop culture references, lending humor to the serious cuisine. The entire menu is organic, plant-based, dairy-free, gluten-free, refined sugar-free and seed-based oil-free. The food is bright, delicious and remarkably filling. “Eating colorfully is very important,” said owner Krissy Ostermiller, going on to explain that bright plates support nutritional diversity as much as visual appeal."
Westword Magazine | February 11, 2020 | View Full Article >>
"Also joining the Zeppelin Station lineup is Ya Ye, serving organic, plant-based dishes from founder Krissy Ostermiller. Expect cold-pressed juices, smoothies and smoothie bowls, soups and salads, savory bowls and raw desserts, all of which are part of Ostermiller's goal of serving 'food as medicine.' Ya Ye's menu is not only vegan, but also free of gluten, refined sugar and seed-based oils."
303 Magazine | February 5, 2020 | View Full Article >>
"An organic, plant-based cafe, YA•YE’s mantra aligns with the belief that 'food is medicine.' Committed to education as much as the food itself, YA•YE goes beyond just a menu and into the value and impact of the food on the body. From cold-pressed juices to savory bowls and soups, YA•YE is concerned with nourishment and making food that tastes as good as it feels."