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    Default Yoghurt pouches - full fat

    Does anyone know if there are any brands that do full fat yoghurt in pouches? I find it frustrating that babies and toddlers are meant to have full fat dairy but I can only find low fat kids yoghurts.

    (I know I could buy reusable pouches and fill them myself but I'm lazy. DD won't eat from a spoon either).
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    I buy the Five AM pouches, I'm pretty sure they're not low fat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
    I buy the Five AM pouches, I'm pretty sure they're not low fat.
    I just checked these online, 5% fat, yay! I haven't seen them at my supermarket before but will hunt.

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    Default Yoghurt pouches - full fat

    I think only the mixed berry five am uses full fat milk - I tried looking also but couldn't find any other full fat ones so we just buy these but he likes the blueberry and vanilla as well but I think they use low fat milk

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    They can be a bit elusive - I find Woolworths has them more frequently than Coles


 

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