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Chobani Greek Yoghurt

I'm trying desperately to find Chobani Yoghurt in the Toronto area.... any tips? As far as I know it is only in the US. If you know about this product, are there any other products in the market that come close in the taste and quality?

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  1. I would contact the company via email and find out from them if they are selling the product in Canada.

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    1. re: callitasicit

      Noticed some small containers of the flavoured varieties at Yummy Market on Dufferin.

      1. re: jamie

        Try Summerhill Market. Is this the one with the separate container on the side for honey? If so, they carry it.

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        Summerhill Market
        446 Summerhill Ave, Toronto, ON M4W, CA

      2. re: callitasicit

        I'm of the thought of "why bother", if you have low fat. I still only go to Greek delis, notably Sun Valley on Danforth & Gough. I'll skip Liberté, Oikos, & Astro . Actually I wasn't a fan of yoghurt until I went to Australia where you fund house made, returned home to find Greek yoghurt as the closest thing. BTW-Melbourne Australia is the 2nd largest city of citizens of Greek descent after Athens. I'm sure due to them, the yoghurt & olive oil is outstanding.

      3. I have bought Chobani at Pusateri's and Summerhill Market. They haven't always had it in stock though.

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        Pusateri's
        1539 Avenue Rd, Toronto, ON M5M, CA

        Summerhill Market
        446 Summerhill Ave, Toronto, ON M4W, CA

        1. I've actually occasionally seen it at the No Frills on Yonge/Steeles. It's not always available and is hidden with other "ethnic" dairy products.

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          1. re: Demeter

            Summerhill Market definately has it. I see it there all the time. The single serving cups are 2.99 each.

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            Summerhill Market
            446 Summerhill Ave, Toronto, ON M4W, CA

            1. re: pancake

              Whoa, that is really expensive! They better be good for that price.

          2. There is brand called SKOTIDAKIS which is made in Ontario, and it is similar. It has the little pot of compote or honey on the side. I bought it at Sun Valley on the Danforth the other day, for $1.99 each. I think I have seen this brand at Whole Foods too.

            I have a container at my desk, so here is their website: www.skotidakis.com

            Hppy hunting.

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            1. re: shocked

              The former Pape IGA has Skotidakis also, I saw it there a few weeks ago and the price is similar.

              1. re: shocked

                loblaws has chobani.. never tried it though..

                the full fat version of skotidakis has been the most like the yogurt i have had in greece... the no fat verion is kinda disgusting..

                1. re: shocked

                  I LOVE Skotidakis. I buy the plain greek one (and just ad my own fruit or maple syrup) at The Big Carrot (about $4.69 or so). But if you want to pay $2 more for the exact same container, Summerhill Market has it too. Skotidakis has a slight tangyness that I love and is very thick.

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                  Summerhill Market
                  446 Summerhill Ave, Toronto, ON M4W, CA

                  1. re: Flexitarian

                    I want to pay $5 more for the same container, should I go to McEwan in that case?

                    What size is the container at the Big Carrot?

                    1. re: Flexitarian

                      Actually just found Skotidakis 9% MF plain greek yoghurt for $3.99 at the big supermarket just east of Sun Valley Fine Foods on the Danforth. Cheapest price I've seen.

                  2. McEwan's at Don Mills/Lawrence has the single serving cups of Chobani, not sure about other sizes.

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                      1. re: foodyDudey

                        Astro Original's fruit on the bottom yogourt tastes 100 times better than the Chobani. I don't find anything special about Chobani as it tastes more like a regulart yogourt but leaves a weird aftertaste. Or another suggestion if you wanted specifically Greek yogourt try the Astro Greek, it is very thick and creamy. Walmart has it on sale for $2.97