Great creamy sweet yoghurt
I really enjoyed this and all the other no added sugar Tamar Valley yoghurts. I have read a number of whinging reviews below and have to say yes there is aspartame in the yoghurt but where did you think the sweetness was coming from? It isn't rocket science just read the package. Anyway I love the Tamar Valley no added sugar yoghurts, especially the six pack of mixed flavours, and they are sweet yoghurts that don't have excessive kilojoules. A big thumbs up from me!
Not Happy Jan
I should have had my glasses on, but I saw "Tasmanian", "Greek", and "No added sugar" and passion fruit (which was visible). I like buying local products. I assumed the sweetness would come from the generous amount of fruit, but when I tried some it had a horrible artificial taste. I looked at the ingredient list (with my glasses on) and discovered an artificial sweetener. Please don't do that. If you must do that, at least put "artificially sweetened" in large letters. That will save you from lots of bad reviews from people who see the wholesome wording (in big letters) as being deceptive. It's not exactly cheap, but I'll have to bin it.
Deceptive Product Labelling
This was the first time we purchased the 'plain' yoghurt advertised as having 'no added sugar'. We support Tasmania produce because we born and raised on them. When we prepared a greek dish on Xmas day we the dish was sickly sweet and inedible.
Be warned. read the fine print. it contains artificial sweetener Splenda which is 600 times sweeter than sugar.
So in the bin and never buy again.
Shame on Tamar Valley Dairy for exploiting the reputation of pristine Tasmanian produce with rolling Tasmanian hills on the label, while offering an artificially altered product at a premium price.
Should have read the fine print but didn't. Trusted the Tasmanian brand. Got caught once, never again. It's a shame.
I recently purchased a tub of "plain yoghurt" with the label stating"no added sugar". I thought this was unusual as I thought plain yoghurt would not have sugar.
The "brand promise" is that the product contains "100% Tasmanian milk" and implies a product keeping in tune with nature and the scenic Tamar Valley.
Read the label - an ingredient is tapioca based thickener - why if the product is properly produced??
Read the label (after tasting a creamy but strangely sweet yoghurt - sweetener e955 added. e955 is also marketed as "Splenda".
Beware - the label is misleading!!
APPLE & RHUBARB GREEK STYLE YOGHURT
I tried your Apple & Rhubarb Greek Style Yoghurt whilst staying at my daughter's house but I haven't been able to purchase this particular combination. I do not wish to purchase the six/eight pack with different varieties so could you please help me by informing me that you are still making this combination.
Disappointing. Feel deceived.
"Tamar Valley No Added Sugar Plain Yoghurt" on the label and yet it is full of 995 sweetener I realized after tasting it and reading the fine print on the back. That is not a "plain" yoghurt I'm sorry. I'm not into artificial sweeteners and if I'm buying a "no added sugar" yoghurt I don't expect it to be full of chemicals instead. I won't buy any Tamar Valley again. Horrible stuff- not to mention deceiving.
I love the beautiful Tamar Valley in Tasmania, love buying local Australian products, love the idea of eating greek style yoghurt sweetened with mixed berries (no added sugar is assured on the label), but really dislike being duped by the fact that sweeter 955 has been used and the artificial after taste in this yoghurt. I won't be a repeat customer.
No Added Sugar.. but beware packed with artificial sweetner! Not good for kids. Disappointed.
Feeling deceived...I was pleased to see a sugar free greek yoghurt with fruit syrup. Packaging clearly states " Sugar free" I checked the sugar content and figured it was from the fruit.
on first taste it was clear this product is full of artificial sweetener.
I'm glad I tried it first and did not give it to the kids.
I feel disclosure of the artificial sweetener should be more obvious than just listing the number 955 in the ingredients list.
People who do not notice will be feeding this rubbish to their kids thinking its good for them!
I don't ever bother writing reviews, this is my first because I feel others should made aware.
Misleading information on pack
I bought 4 tubs of Tamar Valley strawberry yoghurt Greek Style, with "no added sugar" yesterday, thinking that I was buying a" healthier" product. I took it one mouthful and could easily taste the artificial sweetener in it. On further investigation, I see it has 955 in it. I did a bit of research and found out...oh how surprising, it's artificial sweetener!! I think your advertising/ product description is extremely misleading. What else don't you tell us? Not so keen on your products anymore.
Tamar Valley - Very disappointed !!!
I recently thought I had found exactly what I was looking for when i bought 2 x 700g of your No Added Sugar yogurts. As your yogurts advertise themselves as straight from Tasmania, pristine etc and not cheap. I was excited about what I was going to taste. But alas they tasted quite horrible. Very sickly sweet and of course there it is in the small print on the back - Artificial Sweetener !!! Ghastly, so in the bin they will go. What a shame!!! If you worked on making a yogurt without the added sugar (cane or artificial) you would have a winner. And yes I have had fruit yogurt like this before (without any added sugar or sweeteners at all) and they were delicious. Unfortunately though very hard to find in your local supermarket.
I have long been a fan of your Greek yoghurt and various flavours - the texture is creamy perfection and the sauces/flavours are generous. A real family favourite.
I discovered quite by accident today something that has soured my impression of your brand.
I noticed at a Coles supermarket that they were selling off some of your 230gm yoghurt tubs and was quick to snatch them up because as I said, my family all enjoy your brand of yoghurt. When I got to the checkout however, they came up as the same price of $2.69. Well there was a big commo...
On the front of the tub I read Greek yoghurt, low fat, no sugar. Perfect! At first mouthful I was dismayed to find it horribly sweet. I couldn't get rid of the artificial sweetener taste. Then I read the small print. This type of yoghurt is typically not sweet so I feel cheated. I'm so annoyed I'll phone Woolworths. Tamar Valley you have let yourself down!
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i'm having trouble finding your product which my family adore i would love a suggestion to where l might be able to find tamar valley .greek style yogurt in the mixed 6 pack x125g snack size tubs i live at ningi which is near bribie island qld
|Release date||Jul 2010|
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