A Yogurt Upgrade

Lately I've been trying to eat better, not just in terms of calories but also in terms of eating food that is more natural and less processed (watching Food, Inc will do that to you). I recently picked up a couple varieties of Chobani Greek yogurt on sale at the store and man, they ARE GOOD.

I hadn't had Greek yogurt with fruit before but these are thick and rich and satisfying and not too sweet. These also have a lot of calcium and protein in them as well as probiotics. They're non-fat and 140 calories a serving which is a little more than your average lite yogurt but they don't have that fakey artificial aftertaste that some yogurts do. I used to get those dessert-flavored yogurts sometimes but now I've come to the conclusion that yogurt shouldn't necessarily taste like fake key lime pie. It should taste fresh and natural like these.

I would recommend trying these if you get the chance. I got them on sale for $1.25 a piece. I'm not sure what they go for normally but they are a bit on the pricey side, comparatively speaking. But at least Chobani donates 10% of their profits to charity which makes me feel better about the cost. If they were cheaper I would eat one for breakfast almost everyday but as it is I'll probably have them as feel-good treats.

I poked around their website and they have a page where you can print off a buy-2-get-1-free coupon.

(In case you were wondering I wasn't compensated for this review in any way and I bought the product with my own money.)

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