Review: Nancy’s Cultured Soy Blueberry YogurtDisclosure: This post may contain affiliate links, which means I may receive a commission if you click a link and purchase something. I only include links for products and services I love and believe in. Please check out my disclosure policy for more details!
I know I tend to put a lot of positive reviews on the site, and maybe you’re thinking, man, is there anything that doesn’t get a raving review? Most of the time, I like promoting the products that are good and leaving products that leave less to be desired unmentioned, but to prove that I am critical from time to time, and to save you money, I offer you this piece of advice:
Don’t waste your money on Nancy’s Cultured Soy Blueberry Yogurt.
When it comes to yogurt, there are very few brands I will buy. Really, my favorite brand is So Delicious, and I’ll get it in any version (although I’ve been partial to Greek Vanilla lately). I hadn’t noticed Nancy’s at the co-op before, and since it was on sale, I figured I didn’t have anything to lose.
After the first bite, I wasn’t enthused but I thought maybe it was just because I was expecting one flavor and got another. After bite three, I abandoned the container. It’s hard to describe what it tasted like – maybe similar to licorice? – but it definitely wasn’t the blueberry I was used to eating. The texture is pretty runny and the yogurt tastes like what I had to settle for 4 or 5 years ago, not what soy and coconut and almond milk yogurts have become.
If you’ve had a good experience with another flavor of Nancy’s, let me know, but I’m not planning on trying it again. Spend the extra money and pony up for So Delicious.