Lancashire Farm Natural Bio Yogurt 1kg

(16 customer reviews)


Lancashire Farm Natural Bio Yogurt 1kg

(16 customer reviews)


16p per 100 g

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Whole Milk Yogurt (Milk), Contains Pasteurised Cow's Milk


Does not contain: gluten

100% of the fresh milk used to make this pot is free range. It's as simple as that.. Now made with free range milk. Made with British milk. Perfect for cooking. Made with bio-live cultures. No added sugar. Gluten free. No artificial flavours or colours. Suitable for vegetarians. Lancashire Farm.

Dietary Information

Gluten free, No Added Sugar, Suitable for Vegetarians

Manufacturers Address

Lancashire Farm Dairies, Rochdale, OL16 5LX.

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Visit us at Call us on 01706 641 551 Lancashire Farm Dairies, Rochdale, OL16 5LX.

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Keep Refrigerated

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Customer Reviews

(16 customer reviews)

Absolutely brilliant yoghurt , the best and very good value !

Highly recommend this. I purchase every week and i find it great value. This is one of the nicest bio yoghurts i have had.

Excellent taste and value. Started buying weekly, a few weeks ago. The best bio plain yoghurt I have tasted for years.

Fantastic value for money,creamy

I wanted a healthy food source and here it is, it tastes very good too on it's own, I enjoy it for breakfast.

An excellent natural bio yoghurt, thick and creamy, also very reasonably priced. Try with a drizzle of honey - delicious!

Excellent yoghurt. Good flavour. Loved by me and the dogs!

The nicest yogurt I have ever had.

Great quality yogurt, not sour and with a nice flavour. It is almost like greek style yogurt.

I've been buying this since it was cheap and cheerful. It was, and still is, a perfect flavour and the best yoghurt that I've had in my several decades. I used to buy three or four tubs in one go and be returning for more all too soon. I'm a bit miffed at how much the price has risen as it's unfortunately slipped into the occasional treat bracket. Still cheerful but no longer cheap. :-/ My favourite way to eat it is to freeze it rock hard then get a bowl of sugar and settle down and give it some attention. The procedure is to sprinkle a bit of sugar on the top of the yoghurt and then scrape away at the surface with a big spoon until there's a good mixture. Yummy tasty. It's hard work - in fact it's very hard work at the start - and can take a whole movie to eat the lot, lol, but there's less effort required by the end as it's getting soft by then. The change in the texture as it softens is part of the pleasure. :-) A variation on the theme is to have a can of lager or cider and dribble that onto the surface with the sugar and then scrape away until you have something nice and slushy. Not too much of the drink as you'll have to scrape more before you can eat. It's a good way to pace your drinking too, unless you can't resist having a separate quaffable supply for parallel consumption. For the alcohol fiend, try doing it with Iceland's dry schnapps. :o) I have to say, a kilo of yoghurt plus twelve or so teaspoons of sugar and a can of beer or cider does add up, calorie-wise, so perhaps it's just as well that I can no longer afford three or four tubs a week! :o)

Nutrition Info


Whole Milk Yogurt (Milk), Contains Pasteurised Cow's Milk


Does not contain: gluten