Tesco Value Fromage Frais Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Yoghurts
Newest Review: ... have to buy twice as many, I began to look at the own brand basic range at Tesco with more of a keen eye. At a cost of 42p ... more
by - written on 26/10/10 (Very useful, 53 readings)
As my son loves yoghurt and goes through loads of them each week I decided to buy tesco value fromage frais which come in a 6 pack for only 45p which is great value. Each pot is 60g so they are only small pots so my son usually has 2 sometimes more! The pack comes with 2 strawberry and 2 raspberry as well as 2 apricot yoghurt's all which my son likes. All the yoghurt's are made up with the same basic ingredients which are low fat soft cheese, water and sugar and also there is cornflower and natural flavourings in them. Each yoghurt contains the appropriate purée so the apricot one contains apricot purée and the same applies for the strawberry yoghurt and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/05/10 (Very useful, 63 readings)
Ever since my daughter was a baby, she has loved yoghurt and especially fromage frais but they often don't come cheap! We used to buy her Muller Little Stars fromage frais then swapped to the Munch Bunch brand because they worked out at better value for money. Then I saw these fromage frais in the Tesco Value range and thought I would give them a go.... These come in a set of 6 x 60g pots and cost only 20p! Thats cheaper than all the other brands combined and there seems to be no real compromise in taste! The varieties you get are two each of strawberry, raspberry and apricot and each flavour is just as rich and just as full of flavour as each other. My ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/10/09, updated on 15/10/09 (Very useful, 146 readings)
I am constantly on the look out for good value alternatives to the top brand offerings being pushed at us on a daily basis. Although I am not a fan of any sort of yogurts, my wife and kids are. So I thought why not drop down a level or two and try Tesco's own Value Fromage Frais. So after about a month of switching to this brand I was all set to announce it as resounding success; almost, but not quite. So what do you get for your 45 pence? Well, to begin with you get 6 x 60g pots. There are three flavours; Strawberry, Apricot, and Raspberry; 2 of each flavour. As you would expect the packaging is pretty basic, although Tesco do manage to display pictures of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/09/09 (Very useful, 54 readings)
When it comes to buying 'value' products some are really great and offer a good alternativve at a cheaper price. Some products however have to be a brand name, I would only ever by Heinz Beans or Tomato Sauce for example. Fromage Frais' I think are a product you can get away with buying cheaper and I don't think you get much cheaper than the Tesco Value Range. Fromage Frais' are not something I have ever bought before until I had children. When a baby starts weaning and they are first introduced to food, Fromage Frais' are a great thing to give your baby and I was advised by a health visitor to give them to my baby. When I looked in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/05/09 (Very useful, 83 readings)
The aim of this product is to provide a cheap and healthy fromage frais yoghurt for kids. Other brands such as Petits Filous, while providing a superior product in terms of taste and quality, don't have much of a difference in the nutritional content of the product. This pack of yoghurts consists of 6 small yoghurts, 3 flavours: strawberry, raspberry and apricot. There are 2 of each. They have the familiar blue and white Tesco Value packaging, with little pictures of the fruit on the top. The idea of fromage frais is to provide a 'creamy' consistency of the yoghurt, with enough in there for growing kids. A 100g serving of this gives 90 calories, around 12g of ... Read the complete review
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