Review: Koru Creamery Style Yoghurt (Yogurt)

Horizontal-familyI’ve always loved yogurt, and for years, I ate a yogurt every morning for breakfast.  We stock lots of yogurt in our fridge, because my son, in addition to my husband and I, eat it regularly.  So, when I had the opportunity to try out the brand new Kori Creamery Style Yoghurt, which is soon to be available in the Northeast area, I eagerly agreed.

Koru Creamery Style Yoghurt Review

Koru Yoghurt is available in a few different varieties, but I received Mango and Strawberry & Goji.  Other flavors include Pomegranate & Cherry, Peach, and Passion Fruit.  The yogurt comes in a clear container, so you can see exactly what’s in the package.  All of the flavors are in the “fruit at the bottom” variety, so you need to stir them once you open the package to get the full flavor.

I wasn’t sure what to expect.  Koru describes it as “creamery style” but I wasn’t sure what that meant exactly.  However, once I tried it, I definitely agree that creamery style is a good description.  Koru is very creamy, without tasting too rich.  I’ve tried other yogurts that taste chalky, but Koru isn’t at all.  The fruit is also a nice addition – it isn’t too sweet at all.

Right now, Koru is only available in select locations, but check out the Koru website to see when it’ll be available near you.

Disclosure: I received a cooler with samples for review.  All opinions are my own.

 

 

 

Comments

  1. lisa vives says

    look into this product. It’s not healthy at all. High in calories, high in saturated fat. Full of unnecessary and unhealthy ingredients. Let yogurt be yogurt, not salad dressing.

  2. terri says

    I agree with lisa vives. they put sugar, corn starch, and food coloring in their “yoghurt”. unnecessary not cool.

  3. matthewk says

    I bought many cases of the passion fruit at a discount outlet. I was amazed at how good it was. It was so good I went to the bother of locating their web site to tell them how much I enjoyed their product. They did not even bother acknowledging my remark.

    I may be weird, but that really rubbed me the wrong way for a company just starting out.

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