Official website: visit www.liberte.ca
As adults, it’s not always easy meeting the daily recommended amounts of calcium. So, as a family, we’ve been trying to eat more yogurt, cheese, and milk – the more natural approach than popping a calcium supplement.
My husband stumbled across the Liberté Méditerranée Strawberry Yogurt at a recent trip to our local grocery store and bought it home. I’m not a big fan of strawberry yogurt personally but hey, I’m open-minded enough to at least taste it, gather feedback, so that I can give you all a decent review of this product.
Product review: What happened?
Fair warning: it’s got 8% milk fat. That’s what the packaging says. I didn’t make that up. So, you know it’s going to be a thicker, much richer yogurt than some of the other brands out there. I visited the Liberté website and also learned that their Méditerranée yogurt line is made from milk and cream which explains the higher fat content but on the good side, it’s not made with gelatin or any other sugar substitutes. Another plus to this Liberté yogurt is that it has probiotics.
So, now for the taste and texture component: the husband really seems to enjoy the Liberté Méditerranée Strawberry Yogurt. He says he likes that it’s really rich and creamy, but may not necessarily be for everyone since it is so rich. Yes, I would fall into the ‘not for everyone’ category. I tasted it and thought it was ‘okay’. I wasn’t doing backflips, not because it didn’t taste good – it tasted like real strawberries but I just wasn’t keen on the thickness of the yogurt. I really liked the fact that it has probiotics and uses real sugar (no aspartame for me, thank you!).
Will we buy the Liberté Méditerranée Strawberry Yogurt again? I know the husband will. He’s already said so and plans to try out all their other flavours (there are tons but not available at every grocery store). As for me, I’ll buy it for him with recommendations to run on the treadmill afterwards. I’ll stick to my regular yogurt.