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chilipepper Apr 22, 2011 10:31 AM

IGA in St Henri started stocking it - plain, lemon, and coffee. Some kind of yummy. I think PA on Fort also has it. Any other sightings? And how does it compare to other Greek style yogurts, fat or non-fat?

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    Euni RE: chilipepper Apr 23, 2011 12:51 PM

    PA on Fort has it on sale right now for 99 cents. It's thick, rich and delicious.

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      hungryann RE: Euni Apr 23, 2011 01:50 PM

      Yeah, just check the expiry dates. The natural one in the PA Laval was expiring in a few days.

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      jkmanosque RE: chilipepper Apr 23, 2011 05:58 PM

      Loblaws on St. Jacques sell it in their Organics section. I haven't tried it yet because I'm still addicted to the Maple flavoured Liberty yogurt.

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        quicuisine RE: chilipepper Apr 26, 2011 08:56 AM

        Marché Royal on Beaubien stocks it regularly, usually on for 2.99. They also occasionally have the organic cream cheese - amazingly addictive both.

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          ios94 RE: quicuisine Apr 26, 2011 10:02 AM

          Liberte stopped carrying their Organic Coffee flavor, it was so good, made from actual milk (go figure) as opposed to milk powder like their regular line. Anyone have any clue why they stopped production of it? The company wouldn't give me an explanation, I'm assuming it didn't sell well or was just not making money, maybe due to the increase in coffee prices as they were using real organic coffee in it.

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            SnackHappy RE: ios94 Apr 26, 2011 10:25 AM

            "made from actual milk (go figure) as opposed to milk powder like their regular line"

            Where did you get that information? AFAIK, Liberté yogourts are all made from fresh milk. In fact, I believe it is now against regulations to make it with anything else.

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              ios94 RE: SnackHappy Apr 26, 2011 12:22 PM

              I just looked at the Liberte website, their regular line (which is also very good) still includes milk powder in their ingredients although it is towards the end of the list. I could have sworn I remembered seeing milk powder as the first ingredient when I used to buy it in the past. Does anyone know if they have made changes recently?

        2. hungryann RE: chilipepper Apr 26, 2011 01:01 PM

          THe vanilla one is AMAZINGLY thick and creamy! I,m gonna go by PA and get more.

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