It’s Greek to me

6 Jul

Today’s guest post is from Janet:

I’m what you might call a “late adopter.” Generally, when something becomes popular, I avoid it. Sometimes my avoidance is deliberate, and other times I am only semi-aware that I am avoiding.

Ironically, I nearly always end up eventually trying the thing I’ve avoided. This was the case with Greek yogurt.

Trader Joe’s Greek Yogurt

Of course, when I finally decided to try Greek yogurt, my first stop was Trader Joe’s. I am now a believer. They have several flavors, and at 99 cents each, the price is much better than other places.

I could go on and on about the luxurious texture, the natural flavors, and how, with 14 grams of protein per serving, it keeps me satisfied all morning. But suffice it to say, it’s good. It is really good.

Thank you, Janet!

Thank you, Trader Joe’s.

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Related Links:

San Francisco Chronicle’s “Trader Joe’s is goddess of Greek yogurt”

Chow’s “Trader Joes Greek Style Yogurt 0% “

TJ’s Greek Style Non-Fat Yogurt nutrition info

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2 Responses to “It’s Greek to me”

  1. Krizza March 9, 2016 at 9:38 pm #

    Hi there! I’m a staff writer for Spoon University (UT Austin chapter). I’m writing an article about the best products available at Trader Joe’s and I wanted to use your picture of their Greek yogurt. Just wanted to make sure you were okay with this!

    Thanks,
    Krizza

    • Things I Love at Trader Joe's March 10, 2016 at 11:37 am #

      Hi, Krizza!
      Thanks for your note and interest in using my pictures! I give you permission to use it (thank you for asking πŸ™‚ ). I’d appreciate it if you could include attribution and a link to the blog. Also, I’d love to see it in use when it’s up! Could you please send me a link to the page when it’s posted?

      And please let me know if you have any other questions!

      Thanks again. Have a great day!

      Judy

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