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Asda Good For You Probiotic Pineapple yoghurt

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Brand: Asda / Type: Yoghurts

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      06.06.2008 15:57
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      Cheap and delicious.

      Whilst in Asda today I noticed Asda's Good For You probiotic pineapple yoghurt and feeling a little bit peckish I decided to buy one to take home for my dinner. The yoghurt comes in a 150g clear pot, which contains all the information you could need to know about the yoghurt. The lid clearly states that the yoghurt has less than 1% fat and no hidden nasties. The lid is also white and yellow in colour and on the whole very summery and enticing. On opening the lid the yoghurt didn't splutter out all over the place like some yoghurts do, which has to be a bonus. Furthermore the yoghurt had a very fresh smell. The yoghurt itself is creamy in colour and looking at it, it is easy to spot the pineapple within the yoghurt. Now for the taste test: Well I have to say that the yoghurt has a very refreshing taste. It is creamy but the pineapple flavour is evident. The yoghurt also contains bits of zingy pineapple, which really give it a kick. Bettter still the bits of pineapple are soft and so easily break up in your mouth meaning you don't have to spend the ten minutes after finsihing the yoghurt picking the bits from your teeth. Nutrition wise the yoghurt is also very good. Each pot contains 91 calories and less than 1% of GDA fat. Personally I think this is quite good. On top of this the yoghurt contains no artificial colours of flavourings and no asparame. All in all therefore I have to say I am thoroughly impressed with this yoghurt, as I think it is one of the best I have tried in ages. The yoghurt didn't only taste nice but also looked apetising and was rather filling. The best thing is it only cost 37p and so was well worth it. It definately gets the thumbs up from me.

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