Fage Greek Yogurt
92%Recommended

Fage Greek Yogurt

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              Rated #7 in Dairy
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I had the opportunity to try 5 flavors of the FAGEUSA (pronounced ?fa-yeh?) Split Cup for free through BzzAgent and I got my husband to sample them with me. We got cherry, cherry pomegranate, blueberry acai, raspberry, and honey. Some were 2% and some were 0% fat. At Publix, they were $1.39 a piece. The first thing that I noticed after taking the top off of all of the flavors was the shape of the cup holding the flavor. It's spoon-shaped! Which means that you can get most of the flavor into your yogurt. Scott's first comment was that that yogurt was gritty and it felt like it was sticking to his teeth. The yogurt was rather bland and even with the fruit mixed into it. The blueberry acai and raspberry flavors weren't appreciably different-tasting with the fruit mixed in. The cherry pomegranate was more cherry tasting than the cherry alone. Both of us were not a fan of the honey. The calorie counts I saw ranged from 120 calories to 180 calories. We both decided that this wasn't a product that we would buy. We didn't care for the taste at all. We've tried other Greek yogurts that we prefer. My husband said that he prefers the fruit at the bottom. I prefer my fruit already pre-mixed into the yogurt.

Great Greek yogurt! I enjoy this Greek yogurt for cooking, in cereal and just with fruit. It's a close second to Chobani but the fact that I can buy it at Aldi takes the cake!

No flavor I found this yogurt hard to enjoy. It had no flavor.

I have tried the Fage split cups in peach and strawberry flavors. I like the sauces which you add to the yogurt. The yogurt itself is a little bit tart. But it does taste good when you mix the two together. It's a good size for a snack.

It goes well with fruits but by itself I do not like.

I liked this yogurt but it is not my favorite: it is not very sweet, I would say it even has a little aftertaste. It is more expensive than other brands. I would recommend it for those who like plain yogurt.

i was a great Chobani fan, one day was looking for a cheaper good tasting alternative and this didnt fail me. I heard a lot of good reviews about it tasting the best out of all greek yogurts which is true. It tastes better than Chobani in taste but if you are looking for high protein content and clean thick greek yogurt that tastes the best in flavours also then chobani is the way to go. I find only this plain one out of all Fage yogurts to taste the best.

I tried Fage yogurt, I will say was a little to strong for my taste, I can't eat by itself (plain) so I found a good way to use it and incorporated to other foods. Works good with Milkshake, if you plan to do your own Ice cream is perfect! and even I used as a condiment for my chicken.

I recently bought three of these products, via a coupons received from Bzzagent.com, and let me say, wow! This yogurt is creamy, and tastes amazing! I am thinking of buying the plain variety, so that I am able to cook Tajine Chicken with it as well! Great stuff!

Great tasting yogurt. Creamy and satisfying. I prefer greek due to the increased protein count. I love trying all the flavors.

Creamy Fage Greek yogurt Fage Greek yogurt is plain tasty thick creamy that you could add honey with nuts or marmalade

Fage Greek Yogurt is one of the best on the market. If you're just trying Greek Yogurt for the first time, get your hands on the strawberry or blueberry flavors - they are the best. I wouldn't try Fage plain unless you're a true Greek Yogurt fan. It is delicious and creamy but also overwhelmingly potent for standard yogurt eaters.

I use in smoothies, plain and fruit. It's one of my preferred greek yogurt brands overall.

As a replacement for sour cream it is fantastic, but as a stand alone dish I really don't care for it. Not like ice cream.

My favorite My absolute favorite yogury. It's thick and creamy,never grainy. I also like that this brand has a smooth rich taste without that sour type of tang some yogurts have. If course it's great by itself or with fruit mixed in but it's terrific to use in cooking and baking as well.