I've also had a hard time finding full-fat yogurt here in the US. Even Whole Foods didn't have any, but I did find Greek Gods at a local "normal" grocery store. *sigh* But no guarantee if the cows it came from were pastured.
The nutrition data for plain, full-fat yogurt, per 4 oz/113g is this:
(per Nutrition Data, Yogurt, plain, whole milk)
The nutrition data on the back of the Greek Gods container for 4 oz/113g is this:
--and one of the ingredients listed is "cream", so I imagine they added cream to the full-fat milk when they made it, to increase the fat content. Another ingredient is pectin, I'm not sure how much that would affect the nutrition data.
I've tried making my own yogurt in the past, but used low-fat milk and it came out nasty. It's no wonder they add sugar and fruit to low/non-fat yogurt. I may have to try making it again using organic whole milk.
I found this on the Greek Gods website: "Traditional Greek Yogurt is a strained yogurt typically made with cow's milk or goat's milk and usually contains between 9%-10% milk fat, whereas typical whole milk varieties of yogurt found in your local grocer generally don't exceed 3.5% milk fat. The higher milk fat and unique manufacturing process makes for a much smoother body, and creamier mouth appeal that you won't find in traditional yogurts."
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