I saw Chobani Greek Yogurt on sale at 3 for $3.00 (down from $1.69 each) and being a fan of Greek yogurt, I had to pick one up. The plain fat free kind was sold out, so I decided to try the Vanilla Fat-free flavor. I picked one up, along with a spoon, and set out to enjoy my snack.
I opened the package and examined my yogurt. The consistency was a bit odd. Some parts appeared more liquidy and others more gelatinous. The color was a light tan (which was not the most appetizing thing ever), but I was still optimistic. I dipped in my spoon and sampled the flavor. I must say, I was quite underwhelmed. The vanilla flavor was artificial-tasting, and it wasn't very sweet at all despite having sugar in it. I much prefer adding a packet of sweetener to my plain yogurt - it tastes better, and there's no strange "vanilla" essence.
Each 170 gram serving of Chobani Vanilla 0% All Natural Greek Yogurt provides 120 calories, no fat, 65 mg of sodium (3% of the daily value), 16 grams of protein and 13 grams of carbohydrates which includes 13 grams of sugars (no fiber). There is also 20% of the daily recommendations for calcium. The ingredients list is short & simple - evaporated cane juice is the sweetener.
Unfortunately, I wasn't feeling the taste, so despite those stats, I won't be buying this flavor again, even if it is on sale.