Cherry had fermented in the pot
Both cherry pots in my 6-pack were spoilt; the yoghurt foamy throughout and tasting inedibly acidic/fermented, with excess product caked on the lid. The pots were opened two and one and a half weeks before the expiry date. Other pots were fine. The date was "Jul 29 B" and the product code on the bottom of the pack was "125-349-4" (and "gpl" at the top). It was purchased at Tesco Superstore Welling. Historically this has been an "OK for the price" yoghurt (albeit a bit watery as other note), but the fact that something can go wrong like this in a batch makes me have concern for the quality assurance going forwards.
I think this could be a yogurt drink. It's got so
I think this could be a yogurt drink. It's got so thin and runny. As for the packaging you need scissors to get them apart. I won't be buying them again.
They are very watery and fruitless they just to be
They are very watery and fruitless they just to be very thick and filled with fruit.
Disapointing. Watery and tasteless.
Thin watery and tasteless!
Yoghurt is fine. Shame about packaging. Difficult
Yoghurt is fine. Shame about packaging. Difficult to separate pots and when you do the edge of pots is rough and can cut your hand. needs attention.
My daughter loved this yogurt until today. She was
My daughter loved this yogurt until today. She was eating until she found a PIECE OF HAIR inside!!!! It was nobodies in the house because it was blonde and curly PLEASE CHECK YOUR YOGURT BEFORE YOU EAT
i used to buy this product a lot got some today i thought it was a hunt the fruit and yogurt tasted awful and watery
I won't buy this again until Tesco sort out the packaging. I don't expect to have to use scissors to separate the pots!
It’s a good product but the new style pots are hop
It’s a good product but the new style pots are hopeless. Very difficult to separate!
Protective gloves required!!!
The yoghourt itself is still lovely and creamy. However the new packaging is a nightmare. Trying to split the individual pots is a two hands over a worktop process, which if you get it wrong slices the back of your finger open!! The edges have some sort of serrated edge, presumably to make them more robust but they are way too sharp. The individual pots are so well connected to each other that I now have to hold them over a worktop and use both hands. A definite backwards step