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I've decided to write my first opinion on food, as this is my first one it may not be as detailed as needed but i'll give it a go, and theres no better product to start with than a lovely Muller Fruit Corner, Strawberry flavour
As most people probably know Muller 'corner' yoghurts come in a pot roughly 10cm squared, with a large section for the yoghurt, and a smaller section for the 'topping' in this case strawberry. It says the product name on the lid, along with a picture of a spoon with some of the product on, and in the top right hand corner it shows the foil being peeled back to reveal some nice juicy strawberries!! It comes in a 175g pack, which is not nearly enough for me!!! which is why i buy three at a time (see below!!)
When you peel back the lid the smell of strawberries really hits you, its not too overpowering, just nice. When you go to take a spoonfull and pull the pot towards your face you get another whiff of the fresh, strawberry smell.
I believe that the yoghurt is plain yoghurt, i happen to like plain yoghurt on its own, but i think a lot of people find it quite sharp, but this is where the strawberries come in, i'm not quite sure what the strawberry section is, it has some sections of the fruit, but if you put together all of the pieces you probably wouldn't get one strawberry, but to me that is fine, as i don't like 'bits' in yoghurt, so the sweet syrup that makes up the rest of it has all of the flavour. The funny thing about 'corner' yoghurts are that everyone has there own way of eating them, my girlfriend likes to tip the topping into the yoghurt and mix it in, i think this is a waste! i prefer to get a spoonful of yoghurt and then dip into the topping, there is obviously less of the topping so you have to be quite careful! The strawberries on their own do not particularly taste that nice, but when you mix it with the yoghurt it tastes really really nice.
I purchased mine from my local supermarket, it was 39p, however i took advantage of the offer that they had on where you could get 3 for 99p, bargain!!! thrice the pleasure! I have seen them for as much as 79p each, but, as with most things, if you shop around you will get a good deal
I don't very often study the ingredients of food products, but to me there doesn't seem a lot, and it doesn't have anything in it which i can't pronounce, so that must be a good thing!
Nutritional Information per 100g
Energy - 498kj (118kcal) Protein - 3.7g Carbohydrate - 17.1g Fat - 3.9g Calcium - 123mg
It boasts that each pot provides 27% of the Reccomended Daily Allowance of calcium, i'm not sure how true to life these R.D.A figures are, but to me theres not a lot of fat in it, and believe me, its worth it!!!
In conclusion the Muller Fruit Corner in question is a very tasty, reasonably cheap way of filling a hole between meals, or even as a pudding, the overall appearence and quality of the product is astounding, and i believe this could the the best yoghurt available on the market today!!
The yoghurt from this product is the best I have ever tasted! And thankfully, you can buy it on it's own in a big tub (I don't like yougurts with bits of fruit, I would prefer it with just the strawberry syrup). Mm, I want some now! Gem x
Hollyhock 15.09.2003 11:04
Hi Barney, I too am a careful spoon dipper. Great opinion, I love the fruits of the forest one.Regards Maggie.