I thought Yoplait Skittles flavored yogurt already existed. Or maybe I’m just confusing it with Yoplait Starburst, Yoplait Runts, Yoplait Fruit Gushers, and Yoplait Fruit by the Foot that came out. Okay, I made up two of those four, but which two? #tastethecreamyrainbow (Spotted by Amanda Y at Tom Thumb.)
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I’ll say Yoplait Runts and Yoplait Fruit by the Foot are the two that don’t exist.
Those are the exact same two that I guessed didn’t exist…even before he mentioned that two, in fact, didn’t.
Now, let’s see if we’re right…
what’s the flavor on the left? blurry on my screen
I couldn’t read it either, but Vegas money says it’s strawberry.
It says “smoothie” 🙂
Also to add:
While this is a pretty logical co-branding/collab (which, in general, is a vastly popular thing to do these days, across countless CPG lines), I can’t imagine that these will taste any different than any other strawberry- or wild-berry-flavored yogurts.
Does it have actual Skittles candies in it? I can’t imagine eating a spoonful of smooth yogurt and then hitting a hard candy (which could even cause a choking hazard for kids–and so I guess, no hard candies in the yogurt). Seems like an attempt at capitalizing/marketing on the Skittles name, which then brings to mind artificial, overly-sweet yogurt, rather than something more natural and, dare I say it, healthy.
“brings to mind artificial, overly-sweet yogurt, rather than something more natural and, dare I say it, healthy.” You just described pretty much all Yoplait yoghurts.
I’m not quite sure about that–the Yoplait Light cherry yogurt I recently ate has, per its label, 10 g of sugar, 4 g of which is added sugar. Still, I would be fine with less added sugar (but then, I’m a tangy yogurt sort of guy).
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