is produced by the fermentation of milk using a starter bacterial culture often comprising of Streptococcus thermophilus and Lactobacillus delbrueckii ssp.
The benefit of eating it five times a week was more pronounced in those who ate lots of fruit, vegetables, nuts and beans too - reducing the risk of high blood pressure by almost a third, compared with those who rarely ate them and consumed yoghurt
just once a month.
Sourness of yoghurt
is derived from the various acids present in the yoghurt
Savvy customers are aware that Greek yoghurt
is a completely different product from Greek-style yoghurts
, which are generally not strained, as is traditional with Greek yoghurts
, but thickened in other ways.
The Food Security Council issued an announcement telling consumers who may have bought these yoghurt
products to avoid consuming them.
Plain Greek yoghurt
usually has less sugar than regular yoghurt
, which is a great option for diabetics.
SAINT: Danone Activia Cherry Yoghurt
, 52 cals per 100g.
Active bacteria contained in live yoghurt
helps discourage the growth of harmful bacteria in the gut, and it seems likely that these bacteria could also have beneficial effects on the immune system.
The product segments analyzed arechocolate-based flavoured powder drinks, dairy only flavoured milk drinks, dairy-based desserts, drinking yoghurt
, flavoured fromage frais and quark, flavoured milk drinks with fruit juice, flavoured, functional condensed milk, fresh/pasteurised milk, goat milk, hard cheese, long-life/uht milk, malt-based hot drinks, non-chocolate-based flavoured powder drinks, plain condensed/evaporated milk, plain fromage frais and quark, savoury fromage frais and quark, soft cheese, soy drinks, soy milk, soy-based desserts, spoonable yoghurt
, spreadable processed cheese, spreadable unprocessed cheese, unspreadable processed cheese.
is a product of the lactic acid fermentation of milk and mainly produced from a starter culture containing Streptococcus thermophilus and Lactobacillus delbrueckii ssp.
Tesco has thrown down the gauntlet to yoghurt
giants Danone and Muller with the launch of a new 'patriotic' tertiary yoghurt
brand that promises to be 100% British and 20% cheaper than "foreign" yoghurts
is an innovative product from Carrs Blends.