Not happy with new packaging.
Hi, I'd just like to express my disappointment at Jalna's new yoghurt packaging pots with their loose lids.
The previous pots with their air tight lids were extremely reusable. They were ideal for storing soups, salad dressings and many other liquid leftovers.
The new loose lids make the containers virtually useless for food and liquid storage making them yet another one-use plastic going to waste.
The new containers are also less effective for keeping the yoghurt itself fresh because once you remove the inner plastic seal the pot is no longer airtight. Please consider bringing back the old pots.
Purchased at NA.
What have you done??
I love Jalna Yoghurt, however lately I have been very disappointed. The consistency has changed. It is no longer firm and easy to scoop out of the pot. I used to be able to tip the pot upside-down and drain off the liquid. Now it is sloppy and when I try to tip the liquid out a huge blob of yogurt comes out with it. It is also greyish in appearance which is not aesthetically pleasing. Whatever you have done, please change it back. :(
Changed for the worse..
I don't know what they've done to my favorite yoghurt, but it is no where near as good now. I worried when I saw the new presentation of the lid that they may have changed the contents.. Now it is sloppy, not as bitey flavour wise, suggesting the bacteria count has reduced. Basically the qualities that made this yoghurt the best are now gone. I am super disappointed by this and am so sick of corporations trying to slyly change their products without their customers knowing. Even changing packaging hoping that if people do notice a difference in the product, will just put it down to the fact that it looks different.
My Chronic illnesses have benefited
Having autoimmune diseases such as psoriatic disease, ankylosing spondylitis, sjogrens, CLD & others, I started having jalna yoghurts on a daily basis, I believe this is helping me to cope with taking so many different drugs and when feeling off it is my choice of yoghurt to settle my stomach. Often it is all I can eat to keep taking my pills.
The new plastic covering is hard to remove with my hands.....but guess it might be a tighter fit for pot setting.
If there was away to change to a more environmental packaging then I would be ecstatic with this product.
bad packaging of a great product
i love jalna greek yoghurt- it's by far the best on the market. but why have an extra plastic seal under the lid. it's almost impossible to grip and remove. and it's just another piece of plastic going into the environment. just get a good grippy lid and leave off the seal. and keep making this great product, just package it better and i'll give it five stars.
Faulty Jalna Pot Set 1 kg jar lids
Both my husband and I were very disappointed when the new lid was introduced. We both had the jar lid come off when we took it from the fridge and we have had to catch the jar several times to stop spilling it on the floor. Jalna is our preferred label but this week I bought another brand as we can't afford to buy faulty products.
Nector of the gods but you need super human strenth to open/close the lid
I would rather be saying what a great and delicious product you have .Instead I really need to tell you the the new packaging on your 1 Kg pot set yogurt is letting your product down big time .
The first time you try to open the top lid , you need to have the patience of a saint and the wrist muscles of Arnold Schwarzenegger to get it off .
To get it back on , you need either a blow torch or a jimmy bar .
Please bring back the old closure on the pot .The current one is doing your brilliant product a disservice.
We love your product and have for a great number of years.
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Does Jalna Greek pot yogurt contain Xylitol or Sukrin sugars or any other ones that are deadly to dogs ? I want to give some to my small dog on occasion and these sugars are deadly to dogs so just checking they aren't in the Greek yogurt... Thanks...
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