Best fat-free Greek-style yoghurts
By Siobhan Chan
For breakfast or dessert, find out which fat-free, Greek-style yoghurt is a tasty, lower-cal treat.
Low-fat yoghurt might not sound like a luxurious treat, but we've found that fat-free doesn't necessarily mean taste-free.
To find out which fat-free, Greek-style yoghurts are the best, we tasked more than 100 members of the public to try 10 yoghurts. Our taste test uncovered two Best Buys which belie their virtuous image and, even better, both are supermarket own brands.
One top-scoring yoghurt was described as a 'rich and creamy, lovely smooth yoghurt, with an excellent after-taste'.
But not all the yoghurts on test triumphed on taste. One lowest scorer was described as having, 'not a nice flavour, it's too sour and doesn't taste like yoghurt'.
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Table notes: Prices (for 500g, unless otherwise stated) correct as of December 2015.
How we test yoghurts
Each yoghurt was tasted 60 times by our panel of more than 100 members of the public who are regular Greek-style yoghurt eaters. The yoghurts were judged on the following criteria (weightings are in brackets):
- Flavour (42.5%)
- Texture (32.5%)
- Appearance (20%)
- Aroma (5%)
The scores were added together to form a combined rating.