Onken Natural Yogurt (Gluten Free) (500g) / Onken Fat Free Natural Yogurt (Gluten Free) (450g) / was £1.20 now 89p / Pakeeza Henna Low Fat Natural Set Yogurts (Gluten Free) (1Kg) ONLY 97p @ Asda
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Onken Natural Yogurt (Gluten Free) (500g) / Onken Fat Free Natural Yogurt (Gluten Free) (450g) / was £1.20 now 89p / Pakeeza Henna Low Fat Natural Set Yogurts (Gluten Free) (1Kg) ONLY 97p @ Asda

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Onken Natural Yogurt is my favorite. Great price, hardly drops below £1

do these have dolby atmos?
Edited by: "grillnun" 1st Dec

Gluten free? Of course Onken natural yogurt is gluten free, all natural yogurt is gluten free - it's also free of turkey and brussel sprouts for those expecting a full Xmas dinner in every pot!

nihcaj3 h, 15 m ago

Gluten free? Of course Onken natural yogurt is gluten free, all natural …Gluten free? Of course Onken natural yogurt is gluten free, all natural yogurt is gluten free - it's also free of turkey and brussel sprouts for those expecting a full Xmas dinner in every pot!


It might still be worth pointing out for coeliac sufferers as some things are made in gluten contaminated factories.

Katanaqui10 h, 22 m ago

It might still be worth pointing out for coeliac sufferers as some things …It might still be worth pointing out for coeliac sufferers as some things are made in gluten contaminated factories.


In which case how long is the list going to be? These products are most likely free from other several common allergens but no mention of those, even those mentioned by Asda! As it happens the Pakeeza one is marked "This product is produced in a factory where no nuts are handled" but the others aren't and the OP has made no mention!

If we are going to have stuff posted because of its suitability or unsuitability for particular groups, then fair enough if it is a product specifically sold for those specific properties, but these are just mainstream products.

As it happens I could post half a dozen other yogurt products similarly gluten free and far cheaper than this particularly expensive brand, but what the Pakeeza one is doing here is another thing, it is cheap and probably the nastiest yoghurt on the market, and in any case is always this price, or at least it was last time I saw it in Asda.

If you want cheaper gluten free yogurts, then they are here in Aldi, 13 products are listed: cdn.aldi-digital.co.uk/sjh…pdf

nihcaj1 h, 50 m ago

In which case how long is the list going to be? These products are most …In which case how long is the list going to be? These products are most likely free from other several common allergens but no mention of those, even those mentioned by Asda! As it happens the Pakeeza one is marked "This product is produced in a factory where no nuts are handled" but the others aren't and the OP has made no mention!If we are going to have stuff posted because of its suitability or unsuitability for particular groups, then fair enough if it is a product specifically sold for those specific properties, but these are just mainstream products. As it happens I could post half a dozen other yogurt products similarly gluten free and far cheaper than this particularly expensive brand, but what the Pakeeza one is doing here is another thing, it is cheap and probably the nastiest yoghurt on the market, and in any case is always this price, or at least it was last time I saw it in Asda.If you want cheaper gluten free yogurts, then they are here in Aldi, 13 products are listed: https://cdn.aldi-digital.co.uk/sjhZhu2jhbmWzvVTn7T4Yp4Q45M.pdf


To clarify, your original statement seemed in disbelief that a natural yoghurt wouldn't be gluten free by default, and I was trying to point out that trace amounts of gluten would affect coeliacs.

I'm not a mod or experienced deal poster so I'm not going to pretend I'm up to speed on what info OP strictly should/shouldn't include with their deal.
Edited by: "Katanaqui" 2nd Dec
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