Sainsbury's Basics Low Fat Yoghurts Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Dessert / Yoghurts
Newest Review: ... on top. They have a shelf life of about 2 weeks so they're good if you're not a frequent yoghurt eater. The pots are ... more
by - written on 11/08/11 (Very useful, 31 readings)
I bought these yoghurts for the first time in my weekly shop looking for something cheap and tasty to take to work to snack on. I normally buy branded yoghurts but I thought I'd take the dive and see what the basics range was like. Packaging ******** I paid 35p for a pack of four 125g yoghurts, two strawberry flavour, two peach flavour. They come in standard basics packaging, white and orange, with all the information about the product printed on top. They have a shelf life of about 2 weeks so they're good if you're not a frequent yoghurt eater. The pots are recyclable (depending on local facilities) although the film lids are not. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/02/10 (Very useful, 25 readings)
I have always gone for Yoghurts which are on offer in the supermarkets, until I read somewhere that the basic ranges in the supermarkets are usually pretty similar and they just hide them on the bottom shelves, so you don't look there. So if your looking for a bargain train your eyes to look down in the Supermarkets. I tried Sainsburys own yoghurts on a whim. They cost 29p for 4. You can only get Strawberry and Apricot but I thought for 29p it's worth a go, and I was really pleasantly surprised! Compared to more expensive low fat yoghurts that so often just taste like sweetners, they are great. Very creamy and have got bits of fruit in them. They ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/10/09 (Very useful, 27 readings)
I had, untill recently, been buying Asda smartprice yoghurts. However, my local changed from a somerfield to a sainsburys so i decided to head down and see if there were any bargains to be had. This yoghurt, is definately one of those top buys, and i would recommend it to anyone. Price ----- The price is the first major advantage of this product. In my local store they were a mere 55p each or 6 for £2. I think this was only a limited offer but even at 55p, its about £1 to £1.50 cheaper than most of the major yoghurt retailers. Size ----- This is the big advantage you get over the Asda Yoghurt. There is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/09/09 (Very useful, 22 readings)
I am pleased to say have the best intentions when I go shopping and I always buy yogurts for me, fromage frais for my daughter and chocolate mousse for my son. The kids always eat all of theirs usually before the week is out. Me however end up throwing the yogurts that I brought my self weeks after the sell by date. My husband couldn't understand why I insisted on buying yogurts when week after week I end up adding them to our already too much food waste. My answer was that I want them but agreed to stop buying the expensive brand as not only was I wasting food, I was also wasting money. I am normally a food snob when it comes to basic ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/04/09 (Very useful, 38 readings)
The other day I had the thought of yogurt and I decided to buy them because I'm powerless beneath my every whim. Not really, but I don't know. Apparently natural yogurt is healthy and things, right? So I looked it up and found, yes, excellent, Sainsbury Basics! Doing a yogurt. A low fat natural yogurt, to be precise. For 47 p for a pretty huge tub of 500g. And I was pretty impressed. I wasn't very, very impressed because this seems still like a huge rip off to me considering this will cost me about 8 p per serving and this offends my cheapness. However, it was still incredibly good in comparison top say, Sainsbury's normal edition, which is 78p, I think. It's ... Read the complete review
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