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Format: 500 g, 750 g

Choosing simplicity with Liberté Greek.

Crafted using traditional Greek methods, the yogurt is strained according to the principles of old-time cheesecloth draining, which gives it an incredibly rich and creamy texture and one that’s absolutely free of fat. No fat at all!

Requiring three times more milk than a regular yogurt, our Greek yogurt also contains twice the protein of any other regular yogurt. It’s an excellent source of energy and the perfect choice for a low-fat diet.

In its simplest form, plain, it contains only two ingredients; fresh skim milk and bacterial cultures. Otherwise, having the fruit at the bottom allows to appreciate both the quality of the yogurt and the real fruit pieces. And in any case, none of our Greek yogurts contain preservatives, additives, artificial coloring or gelatine.

 
 

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Elizabeth From Elizabeth

I find your response on Sept. 30 2014 to Theresa vague. It is my opinion (based on looking at your yogurt products) that those that do not say Probiotic do not contain such. You state your Mediterranee focuses on Cream, yet upon pulling up the product it clearly states Probiotic ? What is the relation to live bacterial cultures?

Theresa-Rose Girgenti From Theresa-Rose Girgenti

Since the new packaging, the Greek yogurt 0% plain no longer says Probiotic on it. I still have one of the old containers and the nutritional information and ingredients are identical to the new packaging but the Probiotic info is no longer there. Does this mean it is no longer Probiotic? Why was it changed?

Liberté From Liberté

Hi Theresa-Rose, we simply decided to focus some of our yogurt lines with Probiotic. Our Greek yogurt makes the focus on protein, CLassique, Organic and Baby on the Probiotic, and Méditerranée on the cream. Thanks, have a good day.

Tracey From Tracey

Hi
I'm looking for a yogurt that has 0 grams of sugar. Does one exist? Even your organic 0 fat plain yogurt has 6 g of sugar. Is this because of the lactose? Your lactose free yogurt has 5 g of sugar??
Thanks!

Liberté From Liberté

Hello Tracey, because of the lactocerum every yogurts contains natural sugar. Thank you, have a good day.




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