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Where to buy Chobani yoghurt in Toronto?

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Arcadiaseeker Apr 2, 2012 09:14 AM

I've read that only a handful of stores in Toronto are stocking this US yoghurt because of issues with Canadian makers -- but apparently it's wonderful. Has anyone seen it at the grocery store? I'd be looking for full-fat plain greek style....I want to try it.

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  1. ParsleySage Apr 2, 2012 09:20 AM

    I have seen the small fruit flavored cups at Real Cdn Superstore for $1.99. Not seen the full fat plan tubs of it yet.

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      baabaablacksheep Apr 2, 2012 09:23 AM

      They have the large tubs of the plain Greek style at my local Loblaws (Queen/Portland). I'm not sure if it's full fat or not, but it tasted like sour cream to me, if it's any indication.

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        jlunar Apr 2, 2012 10:35 AM

        The one they have at Queen/Portland is the 0%. They also have the single-serve cups of strawberry, cherry, peach, and pomegranate, IIRC.

        I like the Chobani best of the 0%'s. I'm not eating it for pure flavour though - it's just a good fat-free protein hit that isn't powdered.

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          chocabot Apr 2, 2012 07:21 PM

          I got a big tub of the fat free at that Loblaws to try because of all the ads and I thought it was pretty chalky and overall ick. I eat mine with other things so I still finished the tub but I prefer Liberte or PC.

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        AverageJo Apr 2, 2012 10:38 AM

        I saw Chobani yesterday at the Beach Valu-Mart (Queen & Silver Birch).

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