Tasted: Total Yogurt

total-honey

By Veggie Tom
These cracking little fruity twin pots are some of tastiest low fat yoghurts on the shelves.

The product:
Total’s Greek strained yoghurt is, for my money, one of the very best yoghurts on the shelves – and its zero-percent fat range is particularly impressive, holding its own against higher calories competitors thanks to a lush, creamy texture and bags of flavour. So does it work as a twin pot?

The verdict:
I’ve got nothing bad to say about Total. I loved the brand’s fruity Fruyo products (check out that review here) and these 0% fat twin pots are just as good. The zero fat yoghurt is the product against which other brands should be measured, and the fruit compote (or good quality honey, in the honey version) is generous and tasty.

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Ingredients (Honey flavour): Strained Yoghurt (80%) [pasteurised skimmed cows' milk, live active yoghurt cultures (L. Bulgaricus, S. Thermophilus, L. Acidophilus, Bifidus, L. Casei)],Honey (20%)(blend of EU and non-EU honeys)

Can you eat it? It’s vegetarian and there’s no gluten, but of course vegans will need to give it a miss.

Barcode: 5201054022580
Total 0% Greek Fat Free Yoghurt with Honey
Delicious – top quality yoghurt which you’d never guess was fat free, and a lovely spot of honey. Tasted by Veggie Tom.

Not forgetting:

Barcode: 5201054022825
Total 0% Greek Fat Free Yoghurt with Blueberry
Delicious – top quality yoghurt which you’d never guess was fat free, and a lovely fruit jam. Tasted by Veggie Tom.

Barcode: 5201054016695
Total 0% Fat Free Greek Strained Yoghurt
For a zero fat product, this has absolutely bags of flavour and texture. The brand by which others are measured. Tasted by Veggie Tom.

Barcode: 5201054022443
Total 0% Greek Fat Free Yoghurt with Strawberry
Delicious – top quality yoghurt which you’d never guess was fat free, and a lovely fruit jam. Tasted by Veggie Tom. Tasted by Veggie Tom.

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