Fage Total 0% Greek Yoghurt Reviews
Product Type: Fage Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Fage / Type: Yoghurts
Newest Review: ... to start or which would be the best, I nearly opted for Activia until I spotted Fage Total 0% fat. The packaging was ... more
by - written on 30/03/10, updated on 04/06/12 (Very useful, 177 readings)
So, I've just recently started a diet. I'm trying to cut down on unnessesary excess sugar & procesed foods with artificial colouring that are in a lot of food products. Which is really difficult to avoid, nowadays, even things that claim to be diet food seem to contain scaringly amounts of sugar. There may be less fat in them but they're jampacked with sugar, which will convert straight into fat! So today I was wandering into Tesco's looking for healthier options. I love yoghurts, obviously I usually tend to go for ones that have a bit of flavour & taste good otherwise I wouldn't need to go on a diet, haha. My favourite yoghurt is Muller Crunch Corner ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/06/09 (Very useful, 200 readings)
I'm a huge fan of yoghurt and particularly low or non-fat ones to ensure I get plenty of calcium in my diet without increasing the size of my waistline. My favourite is Total 0% Greek Yoghurt produced by Fage, a Greek company established in the mid 1920's though their delicious creamy products didn't hit UK shelves until the 80's, not before time either. Their 0% fat Greek Yoghurt is a delicious strained yoghurt made from fresh skimmed cows milk and live active yoghurt culture for a rich creamy taste. It contains no added sugars or sweeteners so is perfect to add any type of dish be it sweet or savoury. The yoghurt is sold in two sizes of tub, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/01/09, updated on 02/01/09 (Very useful, 110 readings)
Being of Greek origin, Greek yoghurt has been part of my diet since childhood. I'm so pleased that this is now so easily accessible and sold in most supermarkets. The Total website describes their yogurt as "smooth, rich, creamy. delicious, to be served with fresh fruit, crunchy cereal or simply on its own, Total 2% Greek Yoghurt can help you lead a healthy balanced lifestyle without compromising on taste. Yes, it's all of these but they missed the best part! This yoghurt is absolutely fantastic with Greek honey. Add loads of honey to a pot, mix it in, just a bit (don't fully blend it) and you have one of those most delicious snacks available. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/04/09 (Useful, 94 readings)
Fage Total 0% Greek Yoghurt is a guilt free traditional Greek Yoghurt experience! This yoghurt is fat-free, and is thick and creamy. I discovered this brand whilst in Greece, and I was so happy to find it on the supermarket shelves in Asda at home in the UK! I also love the 2% Fage yoghurt which comes with a side compartment of honey, but the 0% doesn't compromise on taste. I reccommend this yoghurt to be eaten with a little bit of honey, with a couple of walnuts - absolutely delicious! What is great is that it doesn't contain any added sugar or sweeteners and is a great source of protein. The pot is just a megre 52 cals, with 9g of protein and ... Read the complete review
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