(Price Drop) 1kg Dairy Cream Greek Style Yoghurt, Was $4.69, Now $3.99 @ ALDI

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Was shopping for yoghurt at Aldi Maroubra today and noticed their premium range 1kg Dairy Cream Greek Style Yoghurts which were priced at $4.69 are now priced at just $3.99.
The price of $4.69 was already cheap compared with the market leading Gippsland yoghurt range but at $3.99 this is an absolute bargain for a top quality yoghurt.
From memory there is a Choice of Blueberry, Mango, Sweet and Creamy, and Vanilla
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FOR YOGHURT LOVERS AT THIS PRICE!

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    I'm sure dairy farmers around Australia will be rejoicing.

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      Dairy farmers don't sell to aldi, they sell to processors who work out prices.

      It's the processors who set farm gate price of milk, not aldi or Coles or Woolies.

      And I'm sure food manufacturers pay even less for a litre of milk than we do.

      How much does streets or Peter's pay for a litre of milk to make ice cream ….

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        It's the processors who set farm gate price of milk, not aldi or Coles or Woolies.

        lol

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    What is the sugar content like in these guys? I am used to Jalan/Chobani low fat levels

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      Get the full fat version for lower sugar content for longer satiation

    • +1 vote

      Sugar and fat are different things - usually 'low fat' products are high in sugar. Might make you rethink your Chobani.

      • +1 vote

        True, I am not too concerned about fat intake as opposed to sugar. However I thought their 'creamy' version had more sugar than the greek low fat. I was more using that as taste basing. I will have to double check next time at the shops

        • +3 votes

          Yes for the last few decades were were told fat was evil and to get low fat everything - meanwhile they cram things full of sugar to replace the flavour. Sugar is far worse for us than fat, and what actually makes us fat.

          I don't cut out sugar, but I try to limit it as much as possible.

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    Can be found in the fridge section. Enter via the back door of Aldi stores.

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    They hardly have any unflavoured natural yogurt (ie non greek), only like one choice sigh

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    are they pot set?

  • +3 votes

    Many yogurts today are now no longer yogurt, just a mix of yogurt, gelatin and creams..
    I've been making my own fresh yogurt for over 4 years now, so easy and i know what's in it.
    Just mix 1 litre of milk with 2 tablespoons of yogurt and set for 6 hrs ( or overnight if you prefer a more tart taste)
    Add your own fruit flavours and presto.

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      Hey I've started doing this for the last month, how long will these Yoghurt Bacteria live and keep making yoghurt? Can I keep doing this with the same ones for years or have to buy new yoghurt now and again?

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        I guess if it's edible, it's reusable

      • +2 votes

        Technically you can but it tends to become less active after a while and the chance of contamination gets higher. But if it keeps rolling over and making good yoghurt there no reason to start fresh.

        You can instead by the pure culture and just go from there if you want. You can also instead use a few tablespoons of the ready-make yoghurt powder stuff (which is really just milk powder, flavour and yoghurt culture).

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    This yogurt has decreased in size to 850gm hence why the price decrease too. It costs the exact same per 100gm as the 1kg one did though.

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      Now that was very sneeky of them.
      Why on earth would Aldi do that other than to create the misconception of a price reduction?
      Well now Im rather disillusioned.
      But at least it wasnt as sneeky as reducing the size and keeping the price the same to mask a price increase.

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