Wuhahaha, is there no end to yogurt reviews? No, as long as I live, I will keep on reviewing yogurt. But of course, if I went and purchase old yogurts which...
Wuhahaha, is there no end to yogurt reviews? No, as long as I live, I will keep on reviewing yogurt. But of course, if I went and purchase old yogurts which have already been reviewed, then no choice loh. I can’t be reviewing the same old yogurt time and again right? Readers will get bored or they might fall asleep at their desk or worse, write in and complain. Although I have reviewed quite a number of yogurt already, I think there are lots of other yogurts which I have not reviewed yet. Those are less common yogurts which can only be found at certain bigger supermarkets. Most smaller supermarkets only carry the same old “common” brands, which can get pretty boring real fast. But what to do? Singaporeans don’t seem to like changes or to try out new stuff. One of my friends eats only one particular brand of yogurt. I guess it is integrated into Singapore’s culture already.
However, this prune flavour is a rather new flavour. Either that or I have not paid much attention to something which is prune flavoured. Who in the world wants prune in their yogurt?? You will expect flavours like strawberry, peaches, apples, mixed berries, mango and even lime/lemon, but prune??! But guys, I will tell you this, Marigold did it right this time! The taste of this prune yogurt is delightful. The right amount of sourness plus those tiny pieces of prune, makes the whole experience of eating this yogurt heavenly. I never expect to say this, but BRAVO MARIGOLD! Good job there. I would highly recommend you to try out the prune flavour yogurt.
Okay, we have the 2 pack of Marigold Low Fat Yogurt Prune. Is it me, or does the prune in the picture looks slightly disgusting?
Check out all those prune in the yogurt. No, you won’t get big chunks of prune, but tiny weeny pieces of prune in the yogurt. Don’t be fooled by the labels okay? Anyway, it would be difficult to eat the yogurt if there are big (and hard) pieces of prunes in there.
Hmmm…..the healthier choice. I wonder how do you get this Health Promotion Board logo? Does it involve money? And their advice to eat all foods in moderation is a sound one, everyone should heed to this good advice. Furthermore, they got Live & Active Cultures, waiting to do good in your gut.
The top of the 2 pack. Check out the use-by date.
Yaaa!!! Low Fat, contains live probiotics cultures like l.bularicus and s.thermophilus for a healthy digestive system, comes with calcium for strong bones development and has real prunes. First of all, those yogurt cultures, some would not consider them as real probiotics. And all yogurt comes with calcium since they are made with milk. Unless of course if somehow during the process they destroy or removed the calcium from the milk/yoogurt.
Yes, one cup of yogurt. So little, where got enough?
Okay, the ingredients are milk solids, prune, sucrose, permitted stablilisers(of plant origin), permitted flavourings and live cultures. Why can’t they make yogurt from fresh milk instead of milk solids? Still waiting for someone to make their yogurt direct from fresh milk.
Yoghurt or yogurt, the same thing. Different spelling only.
Check out the tiny weeny pieces of prune in the yogurt. Well, the colour is a bit off due to the lighting conditions I took this photo in. The real stuff should be slightly whiter instead of this yellowish brownish colour. Don’t worry, you will love it!