Low Fat Tamar Valley Greek Style Yoghurt Taken Off The Shelf
Please return Tamar Valley Low Fat Greek Style Yoghurt; it tasted just like the full fat product. Other products are inferior. Jalna also was discontinued. They have a sweetened product which does not help me.
Due to this product removal I have gained weight with the full fat product! I need this food to maintain calcium level for my bones. Surely there are many like me? I eat it with fresh fruit and it is delicious. Please contact both Tamar Valley and/or Jalna request a return of this product; promote it for its quality and benefits for those needing calcium!
Purchased in January 2020 for A$6.20.
I rate Tamar Valley Greek Style Yogurt as my favourite but lately I have had difficulty in removing the protective foil cover. Either the foil is attached more securely now or I am getting weaker !!. I find I need to run a knife around the edge of the container to remove it, but the presence of a tag makes me think it should peel off which is much more convenient
Did they change the recipe?
I use to buy Tamar valley yogurt about 9 years ago and absolutely loved how creamy it was. I brought a variety pack yesterday and was so disappointed. The taste is different and doesnt taste like creamy Greek yogurt. I cannot believe how different it tastes. Will not be buying again.
I purchased a large pack of the TV yoghurt for a visitor who said it was okay.
I then got myself a six pack of the variety - Strawberry, raspberry, mango, cheesecake something - and tried one. Couldn't even eat a second spoonful. So I tried the next and the next, same result. The white liquid was pretty bad, the flavour for each pack was just yuk.
How could all six flavours be consistently so bad? Binned the lot. $6.49 down the drain.
I'll go back to Ultimate, it's quite yummY.
Tamar valley light greek style yogurt. The name is all it has in common with yogurt. When I opened it, I thought it may have been off as it was grainy and milky thin. Stired hoping it would thicken, but no. Decided to try some, tasted ok but nervous about its consistently. Down the sink it's gone. Give me a creamy yogurt.
I buy the Tamar Valley Yoghurt Kids and we love it
I have finally found a kids yoghurt (in a pouch) that has no added sugars or sweeteners and they still taste delicious. My toddler loves them! They are so worth the extra $0.70. Most other kids yoghurts are packed with sugar and I love that I can give this to my daughter with out worrying about her having too much sugar.
Sugar is a better flavour than artifical sweeteners and probably better for us.
I've enjoyed the six-pack flavoured yoghurt for quite some time but suddenly it is not in either Coles or Woolworths. So I purchased Soleil (no added sugar!!!) and it was very saccharine sweet. I contacted them accordingly and they advised yes they do use sweetener however the taste was not to my liking. Yesterday I bought Tamar plain Greek yoghurt and will add my own fruits..
Purchased No Added Sugar-Low Fat Greek Style yoghurt and at home (with my glasses on to read the small print) compared to Greek Style All Natural Yoghurt.
The No Added Sugar may not have added "actual" sugar BUT per 100g serve it has 7.4g of sugar (of 8.1g carbs) compared to the 5.2g per 100 in the All Natural. About 40%more sugar.
Aren't you being very deceptive and misleading Tamar Valley Dairy? Most buyers would think no added sugar means less than in other products not similarly labelled. Considering many who buy products shown as no added sugar probably do so for dietary reasons you really are not doing them any favours.
Questions & Answers
Hi, what type of sugar is in the Tamar Valley greek style all natural yoghurt?? Is it an artificial sweetener? What does the 52 grams of sugar consist of??Looking forward to an honest answer! Cheers Mick Collins.
Does Tamar Valley yoghurt contain probiotics .So far this question has been unanswered.
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