Five:am Yoghurt

Five:am Yoghurt

Five:am Yoghurt
3.8

55 reviews

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55 reviews
55 reviews
Julie W.
Julie W.Sydney, NSW
 
Marg W.
Marg W.
 

That unopenable lid!

I was really looking forward to the yoghurt but after 15 mins trying - and failing - to get the lid off, and cutting my hand on bits of serrated plastic, I've still not tried the yoghurt and have given up. Show details
Keith Groennou
Keith GroennouFar North Queensland, QLD2 posts
 

The lid

I don’t like the new lid can’t get it of I have to use a Knife and pinchers even then it takes my husband And me ages .I love the yogurt have been eating it for years but the lid almost makes me think twice . Show details
Sunshine
SunshineSydney, NSW3 posts
 

Lid is almost impossible to remove

Dumb packaging with the lid! The lid does not come off unless you use power tools or cut your fingers trying to pry the lid open. I mean seriously, people with degrees have been sitting around this company discussing how to make and market this product, and they can't even get a usable lid. The stupidity of people knows no limits. Show details
Cam
CamGreater Melbourne (Inner), VIC2 posts
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Unusable product design

Recently purchased a 1kg tub of five:am natural yoghurt. It has been re-packaged with a stronger cap. Nice little handle to carry it.
However we could not get the lid off. Very stupid design - the lid grips the contained very tightly. It did have a word OPEN where one was meant to just simply lift and hey presto all would be revealed. But it did not work. In the end I had to use a large screw driver and plyers to get the lid off. In so doing spilt and sprayed the yoghurt. We wont buy or recommend this yoghurt until we see a safe and easy to use lid structure. My only comment was that we might have purchased one which had a malfunction with its lid. Show details
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Superior G.
Superior G.
 

The best yogurt so far

I didn’t like yogurt until last year I discovered vanilla bean yogurt. It’s the best. I need it as much as I need my daily coffee cups. I recommended to everyone.
Yogurt
Yogurt
 

Now you add sugar to Natural yogurt it is no longer the best !

I have been using 5 am natural yogurt some time and it is the best natural yogurt I have tasted . However I am no longer buying it as you now Add SUGAR and call it sweet and creamy
Very disappointed from a long time customer Show details
Dravid
DravidSyd17 posts
 

Exceptional

The vanilla bean yoghurt is Exceptional, possibly best on the market.
Stephen W.
Stephen W.2 posts
 

The yoghurt is OK. The packaging is a problem

A good yoghurt unhelpfully packaged. The large plastic containers would be useful if the labelling came off so they could be put to new purposes -- producing less recycling and rubbish.
Sarah L.
Sarah L.South East Queensland, QLD
 

Incorrect Carbohydrate Content on Label

Really tasty, great yoghurt but 5am blueberry yogurt has the incorrect carbohydrates written on the label at Coles. I have type 1 diabetes and I’m pregnant. I tried 5am because it had a higher fat content which helps stabilise my blood sugars. Unfortunately carbohydrate counting doesn’t work at all for this brand of yoghurt. Each time I eat it my blood sugar skyrockets when I calculate the 9.2 for 100g. I’ve tried a few different times and blood sugar skyrockets constantly. A real shame they have put an incorrect carbohydrate quantity on the label. Quite dangerous for type 1 diabetics trying to control their levels. Show details
Tracey R
Tracey RMelbourne31 posts
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My favourite brand !

I love all the five:am yoghurts. Simply delicious. I always have a 170g in mornings with a few blueberries, along side my Carmen's low sugar Almond & coconut cereal think its called. I've tried alot of diffrent brands but for my taste, think five:am is the best. Show details
Natasha S.
Natasha S.Wide Bay-Burnett, QLD
 

5AM Yoghurt - Blueberry, Strawberry, Salted Caramel, Plain

Have tried the Blueberry, Plain, Salted Caramel, and Strawberry, and they were all fantastic! So happy with this Yoghurt, and the nutritional table was the best for low fat, low carb, and low calorie .... now, if the protein lvl can be increased it would be THE premier yoghurt and definitely rival Chobani in the nutritional index, which to me was not very palatable! 5AM is already there with taste and texture, just needs the protein pop! I have mine with assorted berries ie: Blueberries, Strawberries, Raspberries, and Blackberries. Purchased from Woolworths and Coles in QLD Show details
Liz
Liz2 posts
 

Delicious Low Sugar Mango Yogurt

Sensational yogurt but alas it has disappeared from the dairy shelves in both Coles and Woolworths.Disappointing as there s no other Mango yogurt that comes anywhere near to the taste and quality. Show details
Sam
Sam4 posts
 

Great low sugar yoghurt - but now the supermarkets will not stock it

I buy the 550 gram lower sugar, "Simply" variety of this yoghurt which a great for those of us who don't want to be cramming sugar into our bodies. But, wouldn't you know, Coles and Woolworth seem to have stopped stocking it. What the heck are you supposed to do in Australia if you want to eat healthy? Show details
SicilianKitchen
SicilianKitchenGreater Melbourne (Outer), VIC11 posts
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Yep thumbs up from me - organic 700gm

Organic range, strawberry & blueberry and we’ve tried the mango too! Sugars are acceptable levels, tastes like yogurt and it’s my base for all smoothies, all i add is water when i make them and flavour is fabulous! Show details

Questions & Answers

Mark C
Mark C

Why has the sugar content increased in the vanilla yoghurt of five am brand. It was 10g to now having 17g

Richard T.
Richard T.  

Hi Mark. Sorry, I've just seen your question. The sugar content hasn't changed, the amount per 100g is the same. We have increased the serving size to 150g, which means sugar per serve has changed from 10.4g to 15.6g. I hope this helps.

Richard

Lenna
Lenna

how much added sugar is in the yogurt it states 20.9 in the coffee bean way to much, i tried to deduct the

natural sugar from the added sugar but could not find the numbers. Thanks

Larue
Larue  

Hi Lenna I only ever eat the vanilla bean flavour which has about 18.7 grams per serve this is still high but all in moderation it's the lowest I can see in that variety of yogurt.

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