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Was just at my local Tesco in Cambridge and they had stocked up on a new yoghurt brand called Yoo. The introductory prices are very good deals indeed. I suspect that this would be likely other large Tescos as well, tho I never see introductory prices at my local Tesco in London Old Kent Road.

Flavours are: strawberry, rhubarb, fudge, raspberry and vanilla.

4 singular pots (good size, larger than Activia pots) for £1.00
4 corner pots (with fruit jam or chocolate bits) for £1.00

or £1.50 for the package of 8 pots!


Here is an article for Yoo and Tesco! http://popsop.com/44410
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#1
whoops, it is 6 pots an a pack not 8.
#2
Got a few of these today. The kiwi one is really nice!
#3
AsherDG
Got a few of these today. The kiwi one is really nice!
Agreed, these are quite nice IMO :)
#4
Made by Nom exclusively for Tesco.
#5
I bought some of these the other day and really enjoyed them. I got the strawberry and prune flavours both tasted good.
#6
These are nice, I had the strawberry and rasberry flavours - quite tasty :)
#7
Got these yesterday from Accrington store at £1.50 as an "introductory offer". Got to say they are pretty damn good!!!
#8
Vanilla one nice - (nicer than the mullerlight one)... though it has 23.8g of sugar (25% of average daily amount).

Indeed, pots very similar to muller ones...
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nj1
Vanilla one nice - (nicer than the mullerlight one)... though it has 23.8g of sugar (25% of average daily amount).

Indeed, pots very similar to muller ones...

The Vanilla in Muller Corners is very tasty.
23.8g of sugar...ouch! Thanks for warning.I'll not buy.
Good price so heat added.
#10
Syns in these, I'll be sticking to Muller Light on my SW diet.
#11
to be honest unless the yoghurt has artificial sweetener in it, most have high levels of sugar (some of this will be natural fruit sugars).
#12
Greek/Natural yoghurt has much lower sugar content. Usually in the range of 6-10g per 100g of yoghurt. It's hard to tell how much of the sugar is from the fruit, but you can note where in the list of ingredients the sugar is listed (it's sorted by greatest first).
#13
wordsworth
to be honest unless the yoghurt has artificial sweetener in it, most have high levels of sugar (some of this will be natural fruit sugars).


Rather Natural sugar than Artificial sweetner crap.
#14
Got some,will see what they are like later!!lol

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