Rachel's Organic Low Fat Vanilla Yogurt Reviews
Product Type: Rachel's Organic Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Rachel's Organic / Type: Yoghurts / Food quality: Organic food
Newest Review: ... above all the safe, boring unflavoured yoghurt further down that is almost certainly much better for you. I can't believe ... more
by - written on 23/08/12 (Very useful, 59 readings)
With its autographed stencilled pot to give it the 'personal touch' (as if you can be on first name terms with yoghurt anyway), Rachel's Organic Low Fat range is one of those products that quite smugly markets itself in the 'reassuringly expensive' bracket, normally retailing near the £2 mark and crammed at eye-level above all the safe, boring unflavoured yoghurt further down that is almost certainly much better for you. I can't believe that marketing types are still trying to pull this 'low fat' trick. Anyone with any sense knows that if you see the phrase 'low fat' it can nearly always be substituted for 'packed with sugar!' Rachel's Vanilla Yoghurt is no ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/03/11 (Very useful, 59 readings)
One thing I really do enjoy is yogurt though to be honest I stick to Yeo Valley ones most of the time as I just love it and it is made locally to where I live! However the other day I spotted this Rachel's one reduced from £1.65 to 45p in my local Tesco store and I bought it thinking it was a plain yogurt and later that evening mixed it up with mint to make minty yogurt to go with an Indian meal I cooked! I can't tell you how sick we all felt dipping our nan breads and dipping poppadums in this...its vanilla! Luckily though the whole tub wasn't wasted and I had put half back into my fridge and I enjoyed that the following morning with some fruit for my ... Read the complete review
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