“ Brand: Danone / Type: Yoghurts „
The Danone Activia Fruit Strawberry yogurt is available for GBP 1.84.
The yogurt is described as follows. "Deliciously creamy Strawberry yogurt to enjoy at any time of the day."
Danone Activia has been around in the UK since 1988, but has only in recent years become more available in supermarkets.
The company Danone actually market a number of different kinds of yoghurts, including yoghurt with fruit. Strawbery is just one of the fruit variations they do.
I buy my pots, as a pack of four, and they look very similar to the ones pictured here. Each pot is 125g in weight.
Per pot there are 116 calories along with 4.0g of fat. There is also 0.2g of salt.
One of the major benefits of Activia is that it has Bifidus ActRegularis as part of the ingredients, but don't search the dictionary looking for the meaning.
This is simplay a registered trade name for Bifidobacterium. It is this ingredient that as part of a controlled diet, and eating a pot a day, that will help reduce digestive discomfort, after 14 days.
Upon peeling back the lid of the pot, you are immediately aware of the thick yoghurt. Not watery in anyway. It is mixed well with strawberries and you actually get a lot of strawberry content.
The strawberry's, although mixed, are still visible, and they add to the lovely sweet taste. Personally, I usually dish my yoghurt out and add even more.
Does it help my Digestive System? In all honesty I have no idea. Being fortunate and having no problems in this area, it is difficult to prove one way or the other. However my wife says it does, hence the reason we have it in the fridge in the first place.
Yoghurt with Bifidus ActRegularis
(Whole Milk, Skimmed Milk Concentrate/ Powder Cream/ Yoghurt Cultures)
Strawberry 10%, Sugar 6.3%, Fibre (oligofructose), Glucose-fructose syrup, Stabilisers (Modified Maize Starch, Pectin)Acidity Regulators (Citric Acid, Calcium Citarte) Flavouring, Colour (Cochineal).
Allergy Alert: Contains Milk and is also produced on a line handling Almond, Hazelnut, Walnut and Wheat. Not suitable for vegetarians.
For those interest, you can actually see on the label, were the product was actually produced. Mine was France.
Each box of 4 usually costs us about £1.60, and are often on offer at 2 for £3.00.
Would I buy them again? Well I think my wife would. She likes them and they help her digestive system. I like them. They aren't recommended for children under 3 thoough, so something to bear in mind. They are also not Fat Free. So if I had my choice I'd probably go for a Fat Free variety, which they do too. However a nice tasting yoghurt. I hope this review helps somebody.
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I really like Danone products and so does my family. I drink an Actimel every morning and occasionally I eat one or two Activia probiotic yogurts as well. Usually I find that the Activia is enough for the day and I don't want to eat a yogurt, on other days I can't resist to any dairy products. As we are lactose intolerants we have to take care what we consume. None of us has any problem after eating one or two Activia yogurts so we keep a few of them at home.
Activia yogurts are probiotic yogurts made with Bifidus ActiRegularis which helps our digestion. I don't want to write more about Danone's bacteria but if you are interested in details how these bacteria work visit Danone's site at www.danone.co.uk. The Activia yogurts are available in a lot of flavours. We like the strawberry, cranberry, rhubarb, mango, prune, kiwi and fig fruity versions but there are lots of other flavours as well. They are available individually, varieties of 4 and 8.
This time I review only the Strawberry flavoured Activia. We bought it in a variation pack of 8 but you can buy it in pack of 4 (I mean 4 strawberry yogurts) if you like it too. It is available in most of the supermarkets. A pack of 8 fruity yogurts costs 2.93 in Sainsbury's and is about the same in other supermarkets as well. We like to stock up a few packs when we find them on offer.
The yogurts are in a green plastic pot sealed with silver foil. The description on the pot and the cover depends on the variation you have chosen. The collections have the nutritional information on the cardboard package while the individual yogurts have all the information on the pot.
The ingredients of the strawberry Activia are as follows: Yogurt with Bifidus ActiRegularis® (Whole Milk, Skimmed Milk Concentrate / Powder, Cream, Yogurt Cultures), Strawberry (10%), Sugar (6.3%), Fibre (Oligofructose), Glucose-Fructose Syrup, Stabilisers (Modified Maize Starch, Pectin), Acidity Regulators (Citric Acid, Calcium Citrate), Flavouring, Colour (Cochineal), Not suitable for vegetarians.
One pot contains 125 g yogurt. For me this quantity is enough most of the times but my husband eats 2-3 at a time. The strawberry yogurt is light pink and the strawberry pieces in it are red. The yogurt is creamy and tastes really fruity. As you can see from the list of ingredients it contains flavouring and colour. The list of ingredients doesn't look very appetizing but when you open the pot the lovely strawberry scent makes you eat the yogurt soon. I haven't tried the light version yet probably because I like this one so much. The energy content of 100 g yogurt is only 93 kcal which is really good I think. Occasionally I can put up with a yogurt instead of some other treat so it is worth having a few at home all the time.
I think there are loads of yogurts on the market and Strawberry Activia belongs to the better ones. Unfortunately I can't try all of them because of my lactose intolerancy but I can highly recommend this yogurt to you.
If you are adventurous in the kitchen you can prepare a yoghurt cake using Activia (or other yogurt). I add gelatine to the yogurt, put some fresh fruit in it and put this mix into a bawl. Put it in the freezer for a few hours then turn the bawl upside down and get out the yogurt cake. If you go for sure put transparent foil into the bowl first and pour the yogurt mix on the foil. Bon apetit!
I wanted to eat healthier foods, so I decided to buy some yoghurts to go along with my vegetables and fruits. I used to eat Muller but the lumpy strawberry bits were off-putting, so I decided to try the competition instead. The cheapest one was Activia Strawberry, so I went ahead and bought a pack.
It tastes great! I hadn't had yoghurt since my school days, and now I see why I ate it almost everyday. I'm quite a fussy eater, but this satisfied me.
-Not just for hunger
Nowadays these fancier yoghurts don't just satisfy hunger, but also aid digestion and provide good bacteria to keep your organs in good health. It's nice to have something sweet that's good for your health.
-No lumpy strawberry
Like I said before, some of the Muller yoghurts involve mixing the yoghurt with the fruit or chocolate pieces provided. Activia provides the yoghurt already mixed with the fruit. I don't mind not having the option to eat the strawberry and yoghurt separately. If I wanted to do that, I could just buy them separately. Another difference is that the strawberry in Activia has been properly mixed, so it's not lumpy and overpowering. Yes there are some strawberry 'bits' but they were small enough to blend with the yoghurt.
-A very small pot.
The pots are cute, but too small. I didn't realise until I bought yoghurt by another company and put them both in the fridge side by side. The Activia is only 100 calories, which should explain why the pot is so small. Or so I thought. The other yoghurt (Simply Exquisite) turned out to be 100 calories too, so there's not excuse for Activia to produce such small products.
If their yoghurt was cheap and small it wouldn't be so bad, but they're small and expensive. When I first spotted them, they were only £1 a pack. This was the same for other yoghurts in the shop, so I took a chance with Activia because of the 'good bacteria' angle. After enjoying Activia for two weeks, I went back to the shop and the price had doubled. The 'small product, big price' seems to be across the board for the good bacteria and digestion products, so I guess that's just how they work.
-Better digestive transit? Good bacteria?
My digestion didn't improve and my stomach felt the same. I felt no fitter when I ate Activia yoghurt and when I had the yoghurt from other food producers. At least I topped up my stomach's good bacteria for a while.
If they bring the price down to a reasonable amount, I'll definitely get it again. Until then, I'll go for the cheaper, and just as nice, other yoghurts out there.
I find it hard to have a snack in the evening that fills me up, but is actually healthy. I've tried lots of different yogurts, but none of them really satisfy my taste buds, and the ones that do tend to be very unhealthy. Then when I saw these on offer at Tesco, I decided to give them a g.
This 4 pack of Danone strawberry yogurts normally retails around £1.60, which is quite expensive I find for 4 125g yogurts. That said, Danone is a well known quality make, and their yogurts are normally very healthy for the gut.
So how do they taste? These strawberry yogurts are very nice indeed. They are very thick compared to a lot of the yogurts I have tried, and they have real bits of strawberry in them too, which taste really nice and enhances the creaminess of the yogurt. The pieces of strawberry are a good size too, you can actually tell what you are eating without having massive chunks.
You can tell there has been time and care put into making these yogurts. Its really refreshing to taste a strawberry yogurt, that actually tastes of strawberries. Normally strawberry yogurts have a really false taste to them, and don't feel that healthy.
I also found that these really satisfy my hunger, and it's the type of yogurt that you want to savour every mouthful, as opposed to scoff it in a couple of spoonfuls.
Overall, I would say although hey are slightly more expensive, I would definitely say they are worth the price. Try them now!
When it comes to snacking, I'm terrible! I'm more likely to reach for the chocolate or other similar unhealthy snacks than I am to go for the fruit. However, I have been trying to make a bit of an effort this year to try and change this and one of the ways I am succeeding (thus far) is by going for these rather yummy yoghurts.
They come in a rather distinctive green packaging with the white Activia logo in packs of 4, each yoghurt being a 125 gram serving, which I find just right. Satisfying enough to just have one, though not so filling you wouldn't want to have anything else or be able to have one as a dessert. These aren't too heavy on the calories at 118 a pot, so having two shouldn't be a worry!
The yoghurt itself is a light pink colour and you can see the small visible chunks of strawberry in the yoghurt. This is something I feel Activia do particularly well. I don't like large chunks of fruit in my yoghurt, but these smaller pieces really add to the texture and flavour without being in any way obtrusive.
Taste-wise these have a very distinctive strawberry flavour without being too sweet or having the slight sour after taste I've found some strawberry yoghurts have. There is a nice thick consistency, none of this watery, barely feels like you've eaten nonsense!
Priced at £1.67 for four (in Tesco), I'd say it's reasonable value for money. Yes, there are cheaper yoghurts on the market; however I find these the tastiest I have tried so far.
I've not had any problems with my digestive health, so when it comes to the health claims made by this yoghurt as to whether they make you feel less bloated I cannot comment. All I know is they taste good and if they're doing my digestive system then all the better!
After Xmas I felt proper bloated and had a weird little tummy ache that wouldn't go away, I knew it was all the crap I'd eaten so made an effort to make my diet healthier. I have eaten the cherry flavour Activia yogurts before and thought they tasted lush, so next time I was in Morrisons I brought a pack of the strawberry ones to try.
To me they don't taste as nice as the cherry ones but I reckon that's because strawberry is such a bog standard flavour that I can't get excited about it! lol
The yogurts come in packs of 4 and cost about £1.60, this makes them a bit more expensive than most yogurts but the cherry ones have really helped with my bloating so I didn't mind paying it because I hoped the strawberry ones would be the same.
The flavour is quite sweet, I don't think it actually tastes like fresh strawberries even though there are quite a few pieces of strawberry in the yogurt. These fruit pieces are quite fresh feeling and tasting but the over all taste of the yogurt is of strawberry sweets and not the fruit. Even though I've said that this yogurt is still mega fruity tasting and I think it's also got a very refreshing flavour.
It's a thick yogurt and that's a good thing because since I started with my healthy eating at the new year I would rather snack on things that are going to fill me up. Thin runny yogurts aren't filling at all and I think they've usually got a milkier taste and that's what puts me off eating cheap yogurts. Activia are thick enough to fill me up for a bit and that makes them taste a lot more exciting as well.
It's something called bifidus antiregularis that helps with bloating, I can't say how good it works because I've changed my over all diet as well as introducing these yogurts. I know I deffo feel less bloated and my tummy looks flatter but I don't know if a made up sounding ingredient in a yogurt is the cause of this.... or it my healthy eating is paying off.
Recommended..... sort of!
I tried these yoghurts recently, just for a change from my normal Strawberry Muller Fruit Corners. They're different. They have a much more pretend strawberry taste than the Mullers. It just doesn't seem to have that powerful strawberry flavour that you tend to expect from a good yoghurt. However, it is not unpleasant and is still a nice yoghurt.
Upon opening the lid, you're greeted by a very deep, reddish pink coloured yoghurt that is quite thick. That's a good thing, there's nothing worse than a runny yoghurt!
Danone market these as being very good for improving digestive transit and doing something good for your gut. Who knows? I can't say I've noticed any difference!
The 165g yoghurt pot that I had, provides:
Trace of Fat
Whilst this may seem great and not too unhealthy. Bear in mind that in recommended daily allowance terms (depends on person) this comes out at 18% of recommended sugar intake and 5 % of recommended salt. This is probably quite a lot considering the amount of sugars and salts in modern foods that you probably consume over the day.
That's the health bit over, if you're looking for a nice yoghurt to enjoy at any time of the day then this is not too bad a choice. I'd pick the Muller fruit corners though, they top the Activia ones in the taste scale by quite a bit!
Danone Activia Fruit Strawberry
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Its seems that I im just reviewing different aspects of my packed lunch everyday now and today im now on to the yoghurts. I have always been a fan of yoghurts and today I decided to try Danone Activia Fruit Strawberry. I get this impression that this is a woman's yogurt or certainly aimed at ladies. It's advertised by saying something along the line of 90% of women surveyed said Activia helped with their digestive systems. It doesn't mention men at all in the advertisements and therefore gives the impression that this yoghurt is aimed solely at the female market.
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A bit about Danone
Danone is a French foods company based in Paris. It claims to be the world's leader in fresh dairy products. The company was originally founded in Spain in 1919 and the name Danone refers to the Catalan pronunciation of the founder's son 'David'.
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What is Activia?
Activia is a brand of probiotic dietary yoghurts. It is marketed a health beneficiary product and contains the bacteria Bifidobacterium animalis. The product is sold in over 30 countries and the range varies in each country. In the UK flavors that I have noticed are raspberry, cherry, lemon and of course strawberry.
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I bought a four pack of these from my local Tesco for £1.55 or 2 for £3.00. A pot has 125ml and contains 122 calories.
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When I first open a pot of this I was struck by all the pinks and purples in the yogurt. The yogurt is riddled with small pieces of fruit and being pink in colour reinforced my opinion of this being a product aimed solely at women.
Undeterred by this I tasted the yoghurt and was impressed by the flavor. The small fruit pieces are so small that I hardly noticed them but the yoghurt made up for this. The taste was not as intense as eating at fresh a strawberry but it was pleasant none the less. The after taste from the product was also nice but like all dairy products doesn't tend to last.
As for the dietary benefits I haven't noticed ant difference but then I had no complaints to start with. I have read that Danone had a law suit taken against them in the states due to an accusation that the companies own research did not support the claims that it made in the marketing of this product. I don't know the outcome of the case and to be honest I wouldn't be surprised if that was the case but it still doesn't detract from the fact that this is a tasty yogurt.
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This is a great tasting yoghurt, which comes in a range of various different fruit flavours. I like the strawberry ones the best.
The good thing about this yoghurt is that it is healthy too. It has special ingredients used within the yoghurt to help with digestion. It enables food to travel smoothly through the digestive system with out blocking up and leading to constipation.
Not only is each flavour great to taste, you also get tiny bits of small fruit in the yoghurt. The Taste is not too sweet and also not too bland, which makes it ideal and perfectly balanced.
Usually I purchase Danone Activia yoghurt in multi packs because there are usually a lot of deals involving this product. It is relatively cheap for what you are getting and it is definitely worth its value. Usually they cost around the £1.50 mark for a pack of four but as I said I tend to buy them in multi packs.
I enjoy them a lot. They are great tasting and are very good for you. A type of healthy food that does not over charge you is always great so I would easily recommend this product.
Recently I have become more concerned about my Health. So with that in mind I have been trying to not only exercise more regularly but also eat more healthily. As part of this I have been pushing myself to eat more fruit and vegetables and less snacks like chocolate bars.
I have been trying Activia for the past three weeks. I love yogurt, so rather than have my usual ones, I thought I would try Strawberry Activia because according to the label it helps improve digestive transit.
This product is available at most Supermarkets. At My Tesco the sell in packs of four for, with each pot being 125g at £1.56. Although from my experiences they are quite often subject to special offers for example if you purchase eight you get them all for £3.00 thus saving 12p!!
These come in packs of four, held together not only by their lips on the top of the pot but also a cardboard covering designed to make handling the product easier. Once you have taken this off, you see the dinky pots themselves. They are mainly dark green in colour with and effective and attractive design. On the front you have Activia and it tells you in writing and with some strawberries its flavour. While on the back you have the nutritional value of a pot, its ingredients and a help number to ring or write to about the product.
It is made by Danone a company that operates Worldwide. Who since they were funded over 40 years ago have produced a variety of products, which includes fresh diary products, waters, baby nutrition, and medical nutrition.
Within the Activia range there are many different flavours to choose from these include, strawberry, rhubarb, raspberry, cherry, peach and prune. While they also product larger packs of 8 pots that have mixed fruit, red fruit and yellow fruit varieties.
Yogurt with Bifidus Actyregularis (whole milk, skimmed milk concentrate/ powder, cream,yogurt cultures), Strawberry, Sugar, Fibre, Glucose-fructose syrup, Stabilisers, Acidity Regulators, Flavouring and Colour.
This product contains Milk, Almond, Hazelnut, Walnut and Wheat. It is not suitable for vegetarians.
Smell: Once I peeled the lid off, I could immediately smell that lovely summer smell of strawberries. It smelly very sweet and enticing and I found this alone made we want to taste the product.
It looked pink rather than red to me with little chunks of red strawberries. With an almost stodgy texture that reminded me of yogurt. It reminded me in some respects in colour and texture of pink blancmange that I remember from my school days.
It certainly tastes of strawberries that is the first impression I had. It tasted quite sweet and it made my taste buds water. It was very Moorish and I found in no time at all I had had several mouthfuls without really savouring the strawberry taste. There were plenty of small chunks of strawberries too to enjoy. The only thing I did notice was there were also some seeds in the lumps; these were not so pleasant and quite crunchy.
For the first moment I picked up the product I was impressed. I liked the range of flavours that were available, while I thought the packaging was also very attractive. I thought they should have a web site on the package along with a help number and an address that would be my only concern with that.
I found the product very easy to open and while I initially worried about the pink colour I found when I tasted it it was sweet and very enjoyable with the prominent strawberry taste. Indeed I probably enjoyed the product too much as I found all to soon I was scrapping around the bottom of the pot trying to get one last mouthful of the delicious taste.
My only concern was the creamy taste it just tasted a little processed to me I felt the natural taste had been substituted with a lot of sugar. But even given that it did taste wonderful and I sadly found myself even licking the lid of the product to get that last taste of it out.
All in all I found this a very pleasurable experience. Although I have yet to be convinced that Bifidus ActiRegularis does improve your digestive transit, as despite having it every day for the past three weeks I do not feel any better. But the label clearly tells you that it does so maybe I need to carry on eating them for a little longer.
I would say if these do not improve your digestive discomfort then they are a little on the expensive side. As there are many lovely tasting yogurts that taste just as good and probably are a little cheaper for the same size pot.
For information call 0808-144-9451
Address: Danone UK. P.O.Box 32266. London W55ZF
Company web site: http://www.danone.com
Each pot contains (125g)
Of which Sugars: 15.9g
Of which saturates: 2.5g
I found I really enjoyed these pots of strawberry Activia. They tasted very good quality and I found I very much looked forward to this every morning. I remain unconvinced if they do aid the digestive process, as I do not feel any different. I will just have to keep buying them until I do!! As for me they are an enjoyable change with lots of different flavours to choose from so you don't get bored.
Thank you for reading my review.
@CPTDANIELS August 2009.
This is my favourite of the Activia Fat Free range - probably my favourite fat free yoghurt actually.
The Idea of Activia:
These yoghurts and most in the Activia range contain Bifidus ActiRegularis which is supposed to help digestive transit and stop you feeling bloated after a meal. It's also claimed that some low-fat yoghurts like this can actually help you lose / maintain your weight because they stop you taking in all the fat from food. I watched a show on TV called "10 things you need to know if you want to lose weight" and this was one thing they discussed and said there is scientific evidence that yoghurts can help your weight. As with everything I'm sure there are people who would say otherwise.
Overall it makes a light desert so for me stops bloating in the sense that it stops me from tucking into something more heavy, but I can't really say that it's magically stopped any feelings of being full after a meal, or helped me to lose weight. Either way I like to think that I'm doing something that 'may' be helping but I wouldn't pick these yoghurts just for that reason - you could do this with so many things which claim to have positive effects.
You can buy Activia Strawberry either as a pack of 4 by themselves or as a pack of 8 mixed with Blueberry and Cherry versions. Perhaps there is another option but these are the only two I've noticed. The pots are 125g - just enough as a light dessert or a healthy snack. They're fairly small so if you want something to get more stuck into you may want to go for a Muller Light or something like that instead.
It's a lovely soft strawberry taste, not strong or overpowering or sickly. It's a nice creamy yoghurt - of course you could get thicker more creamy yoghurts but they are a lot more fattening. I tend to have an Activia yoghurt most days but mix it up between the different flavours, and occasionally I can get a bit sick of them just like with anything you eat too much.
Per 125g pot there is:
10.4g Carbohydrate (of which 10.3g sugar)
It also contains 21% of your recommended daily allowance of calcium
For a pack of 4 it's around £1.53. Given the small size I guess you could say they're a fair bit more pricey than some yoghurts, especially supermarkets own brand.
Activia is a thick creamy, pro-biotic yogurt that contains a unique culture called Bifidus ActiRegularis. It helps keep your digestive system working at its best.
I used to always get bloated after i eat or drink, After seeing the advert on t.v for activia i went out and brought a pack.
I have one activia yogurt a day around 1.00pm with my lunch and have been doing this for around 5 months. I have found out that i am not getting as bloated as what i used to and it makes me feel much better.
I recommend this product to adults as it will improve you digestive system.
These yogurts are very expensive at around £3.50 for a Pack of six, In my opinion this is a good good price if it makes you feel better.
This is a great tasting yogurt with juicy fruit pieces in it.
Its great to have it in you lunch break or after a meal.
I have no faults about this product which makes me a very happy customer.
I have had one fault with this item and that being one of the yougurt pot was only half full of youhurt. i then called there costermer service number which was on the side of the box and with in 2 weeks i recived a coupon from them which was £3 in value which i was very happy about as i could buy a new pack of 4.
In order to beat the bloat I've been trying various different products which I thought might have helped me. One brand I've been sampling in the past few months is Activia! One of the products I've been "lucky" enough to sample is the strawberry yoghurt.
This can be found in all supermarkets, including Asda, Sainsbury and Tesco. We tend to buy ours from Tesco now though but this is simply because it is closest to us! They can be found in the yoghurt aisle alongside the yoghurts such as Muller Light and Shape. They are on the middle shelf in my local Tesco so I assume they will be in the same place in every one but its worth having a little look about.
They come in packets of 4, and each yoghurt weighs 125g. This isn't a huge amount of yoghurt but it is pretty average for the dairy treat! The 4 pack costs £1.56 however at the moment there is an offer on and you can get two packets for £3. This is only a saving of 12p however if you are really money conscious its as well to take advantage of it.
The 4 yoghurts come held together in a cardboard outer packaging. The packaging is a green colour which reminds me of luscious fresh green grass. This adds to the natural feeling of the product. On the cardboard packaging there is lots of product information as well as some delicious little pictures of juicy looking strawberries! The packaging does have a very natural feel to it and probably would appeal to those on a diet.
The pots are made of plastic and follow the same pattern as the outer cardboard packet. The lid is made of a special foil which seems different to other yoghurts. It peels back really easily and doesn't spray you with too much yoghurt, in fact none at all. There is some yoghurt on the lid so you need to scrape it off but this is not a problem. The yoghurt is a nice pale pink in colour however there are darker bits of red through it! Damn! I hate bitty yoghurts. There Is no real smell coming from the yoghurt, only the slight sweetness of fruit!
The yoghurt required just a little mix before sampling. It thickened up very well. The first thing I sensed was the intense fruity taste. It wasn't overly creamy but instead very sweet! The texture was quite smooth except the gritty pieces of strawberries. There were definitely lots of seeds in the yoghurt too which got caught in my teeth a lot! Overall the taste of the yoghurt was pleasant but I personally prefer the Muller version. It didn't really help my bloating at all!
One 125g yoghurt contains 124 calories and 4g of fat. Personally I don't feel this is very good for a yoghurt but I have to bear in mind that this is not a special dietary or low fat yoghurt!
They are worth a try especially when found on offer.
I have been eating this yogurt regularly probably since they first started advertising it on TV a year, two or so back...
Being one of the millions of people that suffer from IBS, I was keen to try it when I heard 'it could ease digestive discomfort' and I wasn't disappointed, it does...
I often buy the pack of Activia Strawberry in the four pack as pictured. It retails for about £1.50 - £2 and you can find it in all major supermarkets.
I like all things strawberry but I also choose this pack because my daughter likes strawberry too and can have this if it is the only yogurt left in the house..:)
The pack contains four rounded green pots with a thin foil at the top and they are each 125g but I find the amount contained considerably more generous than other yogurt pots containing 125g.
The product is a light pink colour with small dark pink bits in it (the strawberry fruit) and it has a thick creamy texture. It has a great sweet fruity strawberry scent and is sweet and fruity to eat, lovely delicious taste in the mouth with a refreshing feel.
Activia Fruit Strawberry yogurt contains ingredients: 'Yogurt with Bifidus ActiRegularis (whole milk, skimmed milk concentrate/powder, creamm, yogurt cultures), Strawberry(10%), Sugar (6.3%), Fibre(oligofructose), Glucose-fructose syrup, stabilisers (modified maize starch, pectin), Acidity regulators (citric acid, calcium citrate), Flavouring, Colour (cochineal)' as detailed on the back of the pack.
The pack also indicates that the product - Contains: Milk, Produced on a line handling Almond, Hazelnut and Wheat, Not Suitable for vegetarians.
I'd recommend the product...
©marina321 Dooyoo June 2009