Country of Origin
Suitable for vegetarians
Product life guaranteed for more than 1 week.
|Typical Values||per 100 g|
|Energy||283 kJ / 68 kcal|
|* = 15% of the nutrient reference values|
|These values are approximate due to the variations which occur in natural ingredients|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (60)
weird flavour and texture
Nothing like normal yoghurt
Greek yoghurt is good for sweet and savoury dishes but given the third ingredient on the list is sugar (yes I should have checked) it wasnt right for me. It was nice with oats and fruit but no good for pasta sauces
The yogurt is not thick enough to be Greek style- its thicker than plain yogurt but not thick enough. But the main reason I thought it was horrible was that it was so sweet! I was looking for a plain Greek yogurt alternative: its far too sweet to be plain. Hopefully they stop adding so much sugar to it.
good with fruit
I have this with some fruit compote and its delicious but I agree that on its own it tastes a bit odd.
On its own merit its ok, but...
No cows were put through questionable practices to make it, so on that note its a good product. It has a bit of a creamy tangy taste like Greek yogurt, but thats it really. Tried a second pot and tasted a kind of cardboard taste, which I really don't like.
I'm keen to embrace plant-based alternatives to dairy produce, so this Alpro yogurt seemed worth trying - and the reviews were positive. Unfortunately, it's just rather strange. The texture is glutinous and the taste is synthetic. It's unlike any Greek yogurt I've ever tasted.