With a name like "Cherries Jubilee," one would expect Fit & Active Cherries Jubilee Yogurt to taste like an amazing fruity dessert. What I found with this yogurt, however, was that it was sour, thin, and bland. Not what I was expecting (or hoping for)! I should have known better than to think this might be great - I had tried the Fit & Active Strawberry Cheesecake flavor before and found that it was pretty similar to just strawberry yogurt (no cheesecake to speak of). What I couldn't know, however, was how straight up BAD this yogurt was.
I picked this up because it was just 50 cents at Aldi (it's their store brand), but it wasn't even worth that . As far as nutrition goes, each 6-ounce cup of Fit & Active Cherries Jubilee Yogurt provides 100 calories, no fat or fiber, 12 grams of sugars, 6 grams of protein and 15% of the daily value for calcium and phosphorus.
The ingredients are cultured paturized grade A nonfat milk, cherries, modified cornstarch, crystalline fructose, kosher gelatin, natural flavors, citric acid, aspartame, malic acid, potassium sorbate, red 40, and blue 1. Yucky taste and yucky ingredients.
It's been a while since I had a product this bad - I've just got to think that this was some weird experiment gone wrong. The only other experience I've had with Fit & Active products has been with the Strawberry Cheesecake Yogurt is better - as long as you don't expect any cheesecake flavor or texture.