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Stonyfield Farm Organic Probiotic Fat Free Strawberry Yogurt Review

Reviewed by Tanya Jackson | Jul 27, 2009
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Stonyfield Farm Organic Probiotic Fat Free Strawberry YogurtIt seems like every time I turn around, there is a new yogurt product gracing the shelves and I never know which ones are truly worthy of my money, but I do like trying the new (and improved) ones. That's what I was thinking when I saw with Stonyfield Farm Organic Probiotic Fat Free Strawberry Yogurt . A pack of 4 was on sale for $2.00 ($0.50 per yogurt), so I decided it was worth a shot.

Upon opening the yogurt container, you need to thoroughly mix the product to create the smooth and creamy creation you are hoping for. However, this is a fat free product, so that is to be expected. Once you have reached a creamy consistency, you will experience a lovely taste sensation. The flavor is splendid, being subtly sweet and possessing a naturally tasting strawberry flavor. Unfortunately, there is also a slightly chalky textural disturbance that will not go unnoticed. By the time you reach your 2nd or 3rd yogurt, the slight textural upset grows on you. Actually, as I was consuming my last yogurt in the 4-pack, I made sure to update my grocery list to include this yogurt.

Each 4 ounce serving of Stonyfield Farm Organic Probiotic Fat Free Strawberry Yogurt provides 90 calories, no fat, 75 mg of sodium (3% of the RDA), no fiber, 5 grams of protein and 17 grams of carbohydrates which includes 16 grams of sugar but no fiber. There is also 15% of the RDA for Vitamin D and 20% of the RDA for calcium. The ingredient list begins with cultured pasteurized organic nonfat milk and ends with Stonyfield Farm's exclusive blend of six live active cultures. Probiotic cultures are thought to improve your digestive health. Furthermore, Stonyfield Farm prides themselves on not using pesticides, synthetic growth hormones, antibiotics or artificial sweeteners.

Before today, Stonyfield Farm Yogurt products couldn't seem to surpass the 3 kisses rating here on Iateapie.net; but the Organic Probiotic Fat Free Strawberry Yogurt is just good enough to boost them over the edge. The nutrition is impressive, the flavor is spot on and the price is not bad although the texture is just a tiny bit off, but still worth buying.

Rating
Taste: 4
Nutrition: 5
Price: 4
Overall: 4
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