SPOTTED ON SHELVES: Oui by Yoplait French Style Yogurt

Oui by Yoplait French Style Yogurt  Peach Lemon and Vanilla

Oui by Yoplait French Style Yogurt  Coconut and Blueberry

Oui by Yoplait French Style Yogurt  Plain and Strawberry

Sacré bleu! Yoplait a du yaourt dans des bouteilles en verre. Trop chic! (Spotted by Sascha at Meijer.)

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19 thoughts to “SPOTTED ON SHELVES: Oui by Yoplait French Style Yogurt”

  1. I understand they’re doing the glass pot thing to say it’s traditional, but it feels so wasteful! Do most people even think to recycle the plastic yogurt cups? Seems like this is gonna generate a lot of trash.

    1. Glass is even more recylcable than plastic IMO. You are correct, most people do not even try to rinse and recycle plastic cups, but will most likely do so with glass. Plus, this stuff is miles ahead of traditional and greek in taste and texture. Go Oui!

    2. The real glass container is what clinched the deal for me because I can’t wait to re-purpose it for some craft or decorating idea. Also the state I live in has mandatory glass recycling. You just put it out for recycling when you put out your trash weekly for pick up.

    3. To the contrary, the old plastic cups were much more wasteful. My waste management service will not accept food containers for recycling, so those plastic cups go to the landfill. On the other hand, all glass is recyclable, goes in the glass bin. I feel much better about the new glass pots. But I do wish I could find some kind of plastic, tight fitting lid for these pots. I could find a bazillion uses for them!

    4. The plastic containers are a blight on the earth. The glass, on the other hand, are fully reusable and recyclable. That’s the reason I bought it yesterday when i saw it on the shelves. Extra jackpot — the vanilla is amazing!! LOVE this yogurt.

    5. Look at Oui yogurt in glass jars reusable with lids. Investment up front, saves the earth a very long time. Reusable for all kinds of items. Your creativity chooses the options.

  2. I just tried this yogurt. It taste like a sweet ricotta filling in a dessert. yum.

  3. Tried the coconut today! Loved it and the glass container! Will definitely buy more.

    1. I agree. It just tasted like average yogurt to me. So, I paid premium price for average taste, 0.3 oz less product, and a glass jar that I may not be able to reuse easily, depending on whether I can get the top seal to let go of the rim of the jar and if the label comes off…

  4. Texture is truly like Greek yogurt. I love that it is cultured in the glass jar. Thanks for this new product. Loved everything about it especially that it is non-gmo.

  5. I think this is a great yogurt!
    Great texture, favor and the glass pot is awesome.
    It’s like a dessert yogurt.
    Love it! Can’t wait to try more flavors.

  6. I think this is the best yogurt I have tried. I love it! Love the consistency, not too sweet, no bitterness. It’s perfect to me. There is one thing that I wish it had was more protein. But, I will continue to eat it, and all the favors are delicious. I never like all the flavors in other yogurt. I tell everyone to give it a try. I saw it on shelves in Stop and Shop market.

  7. Tryed this yogurt for first time it’s so good not to sweet I’d buy this again but got to wait for sale it’s pricey if they lowered it to 1.00 they wouldn’t be able to keep it on the shelves

  8. Saw this yogurt in Shoprite in New Jersey. So far I’ve tried the black cherry, and the vanilla. Very creamy and tasty. I will be using the glass jars for many uses: will make nice serving glasses for beer flights, use as individual cups for mini desserts,
    use for milk sides for coffee or tea, mini flower pots for small succulent plants, starter pots for plants, toothpick holders, holders for small kitchen utensils (mini butter knives, paring knives.

  9. I LOVE the little glass jars. We re use them for all KINDS of purposes. Also glass is easily recyclable. SO GLAD they did away with the wasteful plastic containers. We’re eating TONS of this yogurt in my family of 3 girls. It’s DELICIOUS!!

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