I have to admit, it's the name Chobani Flip Honey Bee Nana Greek Yogurt that I was attracted to. I think it's pretty darn creative and I was curious as to what yogurt with banana flavoring would taste like.
The Chobani Flip has the yogurt in one part of the container, and the fruit puree/ gel in another section. First, I tried just the yogurt without the "Honey Bee Nana" addition, and it was like regular, plain, unflavored Greek yogurt - thick, a little tart, and not jazzed up at all. I then stirred in the addition, and all I got was some sweetness added to it. I thought "nana" stood for banana, but there wasn't any of that flavor present.
Each 5.3 ounce serving of Chobani Flip Honey Bee Nana Greek Yogurt provides 130 calories, no fiber, 11 grams of protein and 16 grams of sugars. The ingredients list includes low-fat yogurt (cultured pasteurized non-fat milk, cream, live and active cultures), bananas, evaporated cane juice, clover honey, pectin, locust bean gum, natural flavors and turmeric (for color).
While I like the Chobani Flip Raspberry Choco Fix Greek Yogurt - just barely - this one I could pass up. It would probably would work out cheaper to just buy a big tub of unflavored Greek yogurt, portion out what I want and sweeten it myself.