Danone Light And Free Passion Fruit Peach Yoghurt (4 x 115g) Half Price was £2.50 now £1.25 @ Tesco
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Danone Light And Free Passion Fruit Peach Yoghurt (4 x 115g) Half Price was £2.50 now £1.25 @ Tesco

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Found 23rd Jul 2016
Danone Light And Free Passion Fruit Peach Yoghurt (4 x 115g) Half Price was £2.50 now £1.25

I was really pleased to see these on the shelves as they are free from sugar(ideal for diabetics) and not only that they are half-price.There is only one other flavoured yoghurt free from sugar and they are called Irish which sell for 4 for £1.50 .i must admit £2.50 for 4 Danone yoghurts does seem a bit steep I mean they must be having a laugh. keep them at £1.25 I say.Anyhow there ya go!

Other flavours may be available INSTORE but at the moment this is the only one ONLINE.

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Good price but Morrison's are selling them for £1 - deal posted on site a couple of weeks ago

£1 in asda too

Original Poster

Thanks for the heads up sxylou and yaba :-)

Vegetarian too! No longer £1 in my local Asda.

I prefer Aldi's own version of these. They are 89p for four and taste the same if not better.

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tigro

I prefer Aldi's own version of these. They are 89p for four and taste … I prefer Aldi's own version of these. They are 89p for four and taste the same if not better.



Are they sugar free the ones from Aldi? (link please) TYIA

Wheelbarrow_Oil

they are free from sugar



Er....."sugar 6.4%". Am I missing something?

LesD

Er....."sugar 6.4%". Am I missing something?



Comes from the fruit, there is no added sugar (if that makes sense)

staylorp

Comes from the fruit, there is no added sugar (if that makes sense)



As someone once said to me, there's no added sugar in a Tate and Lyle bag. It was all there to start with.

6% sugar is not good for diabetics.

Have to admit I didn't enjoy these..probably because they didn't taste sweet enough but as you day great for diabetics

tigro

I prefer Aldi's own version of these. They are 89p for four and taste … I prefer Aldi's own version of these. They are 89p for four and taste the same if not better.


I agree and would recommend the toffee and strawberry flavour. They don't taste fat free or artificial

LesD

As someone once said to me, there's no added sugar in a Tate and Lyle … As someone once said to me, there's no added sugar in a Tate and Lyle bag. It was all there to start with.6% sugar is not good for diabetics.



A yoghurt with 6% of your daily recommended sugar intake can be manageable for a diabetic, as long as you are not eating a pack 4 of them everyday and you are managing your sugar and carbohydrate intake and (if required dependant upon the severity of your diabetes) monitoring your blood sugar levels. By comparison some brand name yoghurts have 18 - 20% sugar content. Finding any fruit yoghurts with a relatively low sugar content is a bonus so well done to the OP.

Great yogurts for 58 KCals - Mozzers all the way at £1...

The only thing is they taste horrible

Wheelbarrow_Oil

Are they sugar free the ones from Aldi? (link please) TYIA


Not sure if they are sugar free but they are fat free and are okay for slimming world.

The Asda and Morrison deals have ended but Sainsbury's also have them at £1.25
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