9 questions from our users
Where has Ski d'lite vanilla yoghurt twin packs gone? I used to buy from IGA Florey ACT. Where is it available in the Belconnen ACT area?
I don't know you will have to ask ski, I live in a different area
wanting to know why ski D'lite strawberry is classed as 200 gram serve where as peach and mango is a 100 grams misleading when you don't read the nutritional value of each flavour and i would assume all would be the same serving size not good marketing
Can I still purchase ski yoghurts and if so where is nearest store to Penrith nsw, prefer the single serve packs
Why can’t we buy ski delight anymore?
Dunno no where to be found. Best flavoured lite yoghurt there was
Where’s Ski vanilla 12 pack gone? My kids only eats ski vanilla small tubs. Couldn’t find it since last couple of months?
Hi, i wanna ask about gelatine in ski yogurt. What kind of gelatine you used? Is it from plant or animal sources?
Is you're yogurt gluten free
No pure yoghurt should contain gluten. read ingredients carefully to see if fillers have been added if so avoid or make yoghurt yourself at home This is a fun and easy to achieve assuring in adulteration
Hi. Would like to know why Ski yoghurt has been taken off the shelf at Woolworths Revesby? Have been enjoying it for over 30 years but now unable to buy it.
I called Woolworth's today and asked that same question and was told they are no longer stocking it because of low sales. I find that very hard to believe. One day it way there and the next not one tub to be found. Whatever Woolworths.................. If anyone knows where I can buy Boyden berry 1kg tubs from pleeease let me know.I just spoke to Parmalaat and they have advised me that both Coles and Woolworths have deleted ALL Ski 1kg tubs from their stores. Very disappointed that they are reducing consumer options therefore making it more likely customers will purchase the stores own brand. Only place you can get them now is IGA or independent supermarkets.
Is this product gluten free?
Sorry John44 I have no idea?
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