Longley Farm Raspberry Yoghurt Reviews
Product Type: Longley Farm Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Longley Farm / Type: Yoghurts
Newest Review: ... immediately by looking at it that it's a raspberry yoghurt. The pot is white with the Longley Farm logo on the front with the ... more
by - written on 02/12/13 (Very useful, 27 readings)
I started to eat these yogurts when I was pregnant as a way to try to get calcium down me and I became addicted to the raspberry ones and now buy them frequently! They're full of flavour and so nice! Longley farm is based in Yorkshire in Holmfirth and everything in the yogurts are natural with no added colours or flavours. The yoghurts simply contain exactly what you'd expect from one! Yogurt, fruit and unrefined sugar so it is all completely natural! The raspberry yogurt is bursting with flavour. The first time I tried it I was really surprised by how tasty it was and after eating one pot I had to go back for another right away! The tub contains ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/04/10 (Very useful, 15 readings)
Mmmmmm! What else can I say about this scrummy yoghurt?! I am very picky with yoghurts, to the point where I tend to only eat peach flavour & even then I'm picky about the brand! However, my boyfriend loves this brand and he convinced me to try a bit. I have to say it is one of the nicest yoghurts I've ever tried! The raspberry flavour is just so tangy - not sweet and false tasting like so many yoghurts. It actually tastes of real raspberries! It has raspberry seeds in, which add to the flavour but no blobs of raspberries which for me is a huge plus point as I hate soggy bits of fruit in yoghurts! I notice another review ... Read the complete review
by LAURALILIA - written on 26/07/09
***Longley Farm Raspberry Yoghurt*** I feel more than qualified to write this review as I have been supporting this brand for more than 20 years!! I first ate this yoghurt when I used to have school dinners. My friends and I loved having this yoghurt with jelly and I remember seeing the empty pots on the side in the kitchen. Back then we were lucky in that if there were leftovers we got to have seconds too! Anyway when I grew up I remembered the distinctive taste and tried to buy them whenever I could. They are sold in Morrissons and Sainsbury's, but not Tesco's for some reason. They are often found in small local corner shops too. ***What are they ... Read the complete review
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