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Reviewed July 23, 2023
Fruit on the bottom Dannon yogurt has been my go to yogurt for decades. The past several months it has been watery and loose to the point you can't use a spoon to eat it. It also lacks any noticeable amount of fruit only replicating fruit with a smear of colored matter in the bottom. Very disgusting and I will no longer be buying or consuming this product nor any other Dannon product. Price has gone up significantly and quality has gone down to the point it is a completely different product resembling a low quality Kefir. Company has apparently changed and is more about the bottom line more than quality and consistency. Good news is there are much higher quality yogurts offering much healthier transparent options. Goodbye Dannon! If I could, I would give this product and your company a "minus" 5 stars!!!
Reviewed Sept. 15, 2022
I have been eating Dannon Light & Fit Zero Sugar, vanilla flavor, yogurt for years now. The last batch I purchased seems to have no taste - it is like eating bitter, watered-down cream. There is no flavor anymore. I cannot taste any vanilla, and the texture is more like eating thinned down cream instead of the thicker yogurt texture it used to be. I purchased this product at Publix in Jacksonville, FL around 9/13/2022.
I actually opened one last night for dinner, but I threw it away after one bite thinking something had happened to it - like it got warm or something. But this morning, when I took out another container and confirmed the exp date is not until 9/30/2022, I realized it is the product that has changed - and NOT for the better. The packaging changed as well, so if Dannon thinks they are improving things, they need to think again.
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Reviewed July 15, 2021
I have purchased Activia 4x4oz black cherry yogurt for the past 18 months and eat 4oz every morning. Last month I noticed a crack across the lip and down the inside of a cup after I had removed the top seal. Because the crack appeared to be be allowing outside air to contact the product, I discarded the yogurt. It looked and smelled fine but I wasn't taking any chances. Two days later I see a crack in the same location but on a different 4 pack. I called the number on the container to complain and they took my complaint and sent me coupons for 2 free 4 packs.
Now, a few weeks later, I notice a container from another 4 pack had a quarter-sized, damp, stain on the label. I poured contents into a bowl (the yogurt looked and smelled fine), rinsed out the container and, sure enough, there was a crack/void in the container directly behind where I saw the stain. I discarded the yogurt. I am so disappointed since I really like this yogurt and feel like it has helped some digestive issues I had been having, however I feel as if the packaging Dannon is using for this product may not protect the yogurt and I worry that it could be unsafe to continue consuming it daily.
Reviewed Feb. 22, 2021
Dannon used to be good yogurt but now it became the worst brand and will get you sick if you eat it. Even with 2 weeks before expiration date it looked like cottage cheese and tastes funny. Will never buy it again.
Reviewed Jan. 12, 2021
Yogurt tastes great especially with fruit! We just bought four 4-packs and I was separating them as I put them in the fridge and broke the seal on some of them. The new packaging is difficult to split 2 yogurts apart without one opening up. You have to use scissors to split them without one opening so it won’t go bad. The old packaging worked fine and it would be much appreciated if you could verify and resolve this packaging issue. Thank you!
Reviewed Feb. 29, 2020
Just bought a Dannon Vanilla Yogurt. It was in date. Still had a month left. I had got it last in the store. I live only 5 minutes away from the store and had no line at checkout and no traffic. Therefore it only took me about 8 minutes to put it in the refrigerator. There was absolutely no reason for it to be bad. I gave my child a bite and she made a funny face, so I tried it and it tasted like REALLY OLD COTTAGE CHEESE! I'm very upset and will never be buying their brand again!
Reviewed Sept. 18, 2019
I used to eat this yogurt daily as it was very helpful with IBS symptoms but I began to notice changes in consistency- especially when purchased at Walmart. I stopped buying it from them and figured they cheaped out because it was Walmart. But around the Dannon changed the packaging recently, it really didn't taste right. It wasn't helping me as much as it used to and tasted...cheap, watery, not the same. I took a peek at the ingredients (Admittedly I hadn't looked in a while as I trusted their quality). I was quite upset to see they now include "gelatin agar agar". Any added emulsifiers "natural" or not cause my guts to be upset and it has been more & more difficult to find products without them as they extend the shelf life and make the food creamier. (Try finding ice cream without them!) I am very disappointed and I will not be purchasing this yogurt anymore.
Reviewed Aug. 3, 2019
I've been eating 2 Activia yogurt every day for about 7 years but for about the past year the consistency changes from one package to the next. One week it's just about right, then in the next week every cup in the package is watery! And lately it seems that every cup in every package is watery! I was very disappointed in the last 4 packages. What's going on Dannon? I will have to switch to a different company if you don't do some quality control. I've added a photo as proof of purchase as I don't have the receipt.
Reviewed July 14, 2019
What is in this yogurt that burned my mouth? I'm not allergic to blueberries. I eat Greek yogurt every day. Has anyone else had this experience? It was like eating a spoonful of pepper. Waiting for the burning to go away.
Reviewed May 29, 2019
THIS IS NO LONGER YOGURT. I first ate Dannon in 1967, so I have a quite long enough history with this product. Recently got some "whole milk" vanilla, and kept thinking - this is not the same, it feels watered down. Sure enough, the ingredients on the label say WATER AND CORNSTARCH. Really?! Actual yogurt does not need "cornstarch" added, and "Water" allows Dannon company to weigh the product down with...WATER! What a shiester of a company, and how did they EVER THINK consumers would not notice this sham! If I wanted water I would pour out from my crock and get some. I will be returning mine, and be advised - this review is for DANNON company, and will be repeated in other sources.
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