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Chobani Fat Free Greek Yogurt At Costco

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chobani greek yogurt

Chobani Greek Yogurt is a very tasty yogurt.  What is the difference between Greek yogurt and regular yogurt?  Greek yogurt is more thick, creamy and rich tasting than regular yogurt.  Even though Chobani Greek Yogurt is fat free, it tastes as rich as a full-fat yogurt.

At Costco I picked up a package of 12 Chobani Greek yogurts.  The yogurts are the usual 6 oz plastic containers that are inside one big Costco cardboard box.  The Costco package has 3 different flavors of Chobani Greek yogurt: 4 peach yogurts, 4 strawberry yogurts and 4 blueberry yogurts.

Chobani Greek yogurt has fruit on the bottom.  The peach flavor has real peaches on the bottom, the strawberry flavor has really strawberries, and the blueberry flavor has real blueberries.  Tasty fruit on the bottom and delicious creamy yogurt on top – yum!  The package offers this tip: “To enjoy best, spoon fruit from bottom instead of stirring”.

Here’s the nutritional information for Chobani Greek Yogurt: 140 calories, zero fat, zero cholesterol, 20 grams of carb, less than 1 gram of fiber, 19 grams of sugar, 14 grams of protein, 2% vitamin A, 2% vitamin C, 20% calcium.

If you like Chobani Greek Yogurt, you will save money by getting it at Costco.

Below is the picture of the Costco package for Chobani Greek Yogurt:

chobani greek yogurt costco package

And here’s the picture of the Chobani Greek Yogurt (blueberry flavor) topped with Be Real Cereal:

chobani greek yogurt with cereal

And here’s a container of strawberry Chobani Greek Yogurt with the Costco Raisin Bran cereal:

raisin bran cereal mixed with greek yogurt

In addition to Chobani Greek Yogurt, Costco has lots of other great high quality yogurts at great prices.  Another kind of yogurt I always get at Costco is Yoplait Gogurt portable yogurt.

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