Green Mountain Creamery Organic Greek Yogurt

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Spotted the Green Mountain Creamery Organic Greek Yogurt at the Fremont Costco.

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I don’t believe we’ve seen this brand at the San Jose store yet.

We’ve tried the various Greek Yogurt that Costco has offered (Chobani, Dannon, etc.), hoping each time that it would be closer in texture to the real thick Greek Yogurt like the Fage brand.

So far, we haven’t found one that’s similar to it. Maybe this one will?

It seems to be higher in protein, 21 g (42% of daily value) in one cup. Fage has 23 g of protein in a cup so it looks promising (?).

I think we’ll try this after we’re done with our current supply.

Has anyone tried this? How does it compare to Fage? Please let us know!

Certified Organic.

Gluten Free.

Made with GMO-Free ingredients.

There are two 32 oz containers in each box.

The Green Mountain Creamery Organic Greek Yogurt is normally priced at $11.99.

There’s currently a $2.50 instant rebate which reduces the price to $9.49.

Unit price is 14.8 cents/oz.

Discount is valid till 01/31/16.

Item number 990483.

Inventory and pricing at your store will vary and are subject to change at any time.

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  • Akansha Gupta

    I tried this yogurt last year. Delicious with fresh or frozen berries, granola, or other toppings or just by itself. Very creamy but not as dense as Fage 0%. No added anything like flavored greek yogurts.
    Thank you for the rebate update, I will look for it at the Livermore store.

    • Olli

      hi Akansha,
      Thanks for sharing your experience. Wish it’s as dense as Fage! But we may try it anyway 🙂
      Regards,
      Olli

      • George B

        Love this yogurt!

  • gothamcity

    I tried this yogurt this past summer when we spent a month in Central California. It was delicious. Again, not as dense as Fage but absolutely out of this world. So good that when I got back to the east coast I wrote to our regional manager suggesting it was carried here in the North East where I live.