Asda Fat Free Greek Style Yoghurt

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  1. ravylesley

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    I am a big big fan of the total 0% greek yog but at 90p a tub they are a bit pricey on the pocket.So when I spotted the asda version of fat free greek yog at 50p a pot I snapped a couple up,but now I'm wondering whether they are syn free or not.Can anyone clarify this for me pretty please?:D

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    Hi,

    I found:

    Asda Good for You, Natural Probiotic Yogurt, Low Fat 200g pot

    ½ Syn on Extra Easy Original ½ Syn Green ½ Syn

    However when you search for greek it only comes up with full fat ones. Not sure if this is the one or not, checked asda's site and its called.

    ASDA Good for you Natural yogurt - Greek style
    (200g)
    £0.50

    Calculator says:

    1 Syn per package/portion on Extra Easy
    1 Syn per package/portion on Green
    1 Syn per package/portion on Original

    Based on Asda nutritional value of:

    Typical values Per 100g
    Energy 336kJ/80kcal
    Protein 5.7g
    Carbohydrate 8.2g
    of which sugars 8.2g
    Fat 2.7g
    of which saturates 1.7g
    Fibre Nil
    Sodium 0.09g
    equivalent as salt 0.2g
    Calcium 205mg (25% RDA)
    RDA = Recommended Daily Allowance

    Compare it to the pot and if its different let me know and i will run the figures from the actual pot you have.

    Hope this helps.
     
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    Usually the 0% is free, I haven't had the asda one, but get the tesco 0% greek, and thats free, so would think as long as it's FF and not virtually FF, it would be ok.
     
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    is this the one you mean,i looked at this the other day and thought the same

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    thanks for the info
     
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    Oooh I'm a big fan of the asda fat free greek yog, i like to have it with raspberries and a couple of mini meringues (1 syn each) for my pudding MMmmmmm
     
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    Yipeeeeeeee, I too love greek yogurt but find it rather pricey. I'll keep an eye out for that at the next shop & give it a whirl.;)
     
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    woooo hooooooo a cheaper version which is freeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
     
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