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Yoghurts without e numbers and aspartame etc

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lottiejenkins Thu 23-Oct-08 17:11:33

Im trying to do my Tesco online order and need to order yoghurts for half term! Can anyone tell me which are ok to order that dont have additives in them? Thanks in advance,,,,,,,,,

CountessDracula Thu 23-Oct-08 17:15:55

Yeo valley plain ones?
You can mix in fruit/jam/honey or whatever at home

MegBusset Thu 23-Oct-08 17:15:57

If you click on the pic of the item, most of them will have a list of ingredients.

CountessDracula Thu 23-Oct-08 17:17:20

In fact I think all yeo valley has no bad things

I may be wrong though

lottiejenkins Thu 23-Oct-08 17:18:02

Thanks will have a gander!!!

CountessDracula Thu 23-Oct-08 17:19:36


LittleMyDancingWithTheDevil Thu 23-Oct-08 17:31:08

Yeo Valley are good but they do put sugar in. Little Rachel's Organic are only sweetened with fruit puree, DS loves them.

EachPeachPearMum Thu 23-Oct-08 17:36:07

Rachels yy, otherwise plain natural yoghurt- best thing for them, and can add fruit of your own choosing. Cheaper too in those massive pots.

CountessDracula Thu 23-Oct-08 17:36:45

yy am prob bad person to advise as dd will only eat plain

EachPeachPearMum Thu 23-Oct-08 17:42:38

Sorry cd- didnt read- all yeo valleys are good, with no nasties. Sugar, yes, but better than artificial stuff. They are quite unsweet too, even sugared ones IYSWIM.

MrsBadger Thu 23-Oct-08 18:24:22

If you don;t mind low fat, the Tesco own 6-pks (dark blue cartons) are crap-free apart from the sugar and come in an orange/pineapple/apricot selection, which is good as no-one here likes blackcurrant

Otherwise it's plain old plain yog and stewed apple.

ramonaquimby Thu 23-Oct-08 18:25:33

always get plain greek yogurt and jazz it up

ilovemydog Thu 23-Oct-08 18:28:34

rachels organics
yeo valley plain

PerkinWarbeck Thu 23-Oct-08 18:33:01

just checked my rachel's organic forbidden fruits one. they contain yoghurt, cream and sugar. and none of your low-fat nonsense either wink.

lottiejenkins Thu 23-Oct-08 19:46:52

Ive ordered the "fruit tumble" ones.... my ds is 12 and has special needs,,, hes now understanding about what i call "angry foods" ie the foods with the crap in which make him angry! hes now got to th point where he asks if he can eat such and such a food as it will make him angry!

nannyL Thu 23-Oct-08 23:19:29

rachels or yeo valley

also tesco own plain yogurt

lottiejenkins Sat 25-Oct-08 11:00:17

Success! My ds loves them!! Thanks everybody! Happy Mummy here!! grin

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