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Aldi's County Farm Greek Style Yoghurt cheaper than equivalent Lancashire Farm brand - £1.29 Instore (Hemel Hempstead)
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Aldi's County Farm Greek Style Yoghurt cheaper than equivalent Lancashire Farm brand - £1.29 Instore (Hemel Hempstead)

£1.29£1.5014%Aldi Deals
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Posted 28th OctAvailable: London
The County Farm Greek Style Yoghurt sold in Aldi is cheaper than the Lancashire Farm Greek Style Yoghurt sold in other supermarket chains and they are both made by the same supplier in Rochdale (the same postcode is on both pots). For example, Tesco sell the Lancashire Farm one for £2.25. Morrisons sell it for £1.50 (presumably a promotional price).
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ohmum28/10/2019 20:45

Yes, it's the best Greek yogurt around, even the fat free one is delicious



Bier28/10/2019 21:03

You can also look at the EC health marks (the codes in a circle) - …You can also look at the EC health marks (the codes in a circle) - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EC_identification_and_health_marks


And if you check side of the packaging you'll find that own brand yogurts From Aldi, Lidl, Tesco, Sainsbury's and Waitrose (except Fage Total) have GR 45.2.883 EC number, which belongs to second largest dairy producer in Greece, Kri Kri (www.krikri.gr/homeen/). M&S and Morrisons are on my list next
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Or just get the real Greek yogurt from Aldi for £1.39.
staffo28/10/2019 20:20

Or just get the real Greek yogurt from Aldi for £1.39.


Yes, it's the best Greek yogurt around, even the fat free one is delicious
Skyr is where it's at
You can also look at the EC health marks (the codes in a circle) - en.wikipedia.org/wik…rks
staffo28/10/2019 20:20

Or just get the real Greek yogurt from Aldi for £1.39.


Is that not a smaller pot?
Yes this is a huge 1kg tub - slightly cheaper per kg than the Aldi 500?g pots, but they do taste different.
ohmum28/10/2019 20:45

Yes, it's the best Greek yogurt around, even the fat free one is delicious



Bier28/10/2019 21:03

You can also look at the EC health marks (the codes in a circle) - …You can also look at the EC health marks (the codes in a circle) - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EC_identification_and_health_marks


And if you check side of the packaging you'll find that own brand yogurts From Aldi, Lidl, Tesco, Sainsbury's and Waitrose (except Fage Total) have GR 45.2.883 EC number, which belongs to second largest dairy producer in Greece, Kri Kri (www.krikri.gr/homeen/). M&S and Morrisons are on my list next
R..Daneel.Olivav28/10/2019 22:01

And if you check side of the packaging you'll find that own brand yogurts …And if you check side of the packaging you'll find that own brand yogurts From Aldi, Lidl, Tesco, Sainsbury's and Waitrose (except Fage Total) have GR 45.2.883 EC number, which belongs to second largest dairy producer in Greece, Kri Kri (www.krikri.gr/homeen/). M&S and Morrisons are on my list next


the m&s one is definitely up there with the best. £2 for a kilo tub {maybe £1.90?] highly recommended
Is this a bio yogurt?
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