Breyers Light is a line of non-fat yogurts which also has 70% less sugar "than the leading lowfat sweetened yogurt." There are quite a few flavors offered in this yogurt line but I decided to try the Vanilla Bean, because although there are many "vanilla" flavored yogurts, I thought it interesting that this was called "vanilla bean." It makes it sound more natural - but a quick look will reveal that this is sweetened with the artificial sweeteners, aspartame & acesulfame K.
I opened the yogurt and found a creamy vanilla color with sprinkles of vanilla bean. As I spooned it up, I noticed that it was not as thick as some yogurts and the consistency was more on par with Dannon Light 'n Fit Vanilla Yogurt than something like Stonyfield Farm. The taste was quite a pleasant vanilla - not as artificially sweet as Dannon's vanilla flavor, with a richer, more interesting flavor.
Each 6 ounce cup of Breyers Vanilla Bean Light Yogurt provides 80 calories, no fat or fiber, 7 grams of sugars and 6 grams of protein, along with 20% of the daily value for calcium and vitamin D.
The ingredients list does include vanilla bean seeds, which is nice to see, but as I mentioned before, this is not an "all natural" food product. I got my 6 ounce cups of Breyers Vanilla Bean Light Yogurt on sale for 79 cents each and I enjoyed it, so this is one that I'll buy again.