I'm no yogurt expert (even though we have an entire refrigerator drawer devoted to yogurt), but I think South Floridians have been a little more acquainted with Liberte yogurt than much of the country since so many Canadians spend time down here. I've seen Liberte yogurt at the grocery store for years.
But now that the Canadian brand of yogurt is widely available in the U.S., it has been expanding its flavors, both in the ultrarich Mediterranee variety and the nonfat Greek line.
I'm a fan of Liberte's Greek yogurt but when you've got the calories to spare, their Mediterranee is a decadent splurge. And for all we know, full-fat dairy may even be better for us than we first thought.
Think about it -- a little creamy lime yogurt with a tablespoon of graham cracker crumbs on top. Instant Key lime pie!
Alas, I couldn't find the new flavors at any of my neighborhood grocery stores, but I did get coconut and lemon. Holy yum. Super creamy and definitely a splurge.
All varieties of Liberte yogurt have no added colors, artificial flavors, artificials sweeteners or preservatives. It's also gluten free, and made from rBST/rBGHt-free milk.
You can find a 40-cent coupon for Liberte at THIS page (plus you can also print out other coupons there, too).
Disclosure: Information and product samples have been provided by Liberte Yogurt through Platefull Co-Op.