An update: I did in fact contact the company, and the rep said that although they don't have that info broken down at the moment, she is getting in touch with their R&D dept. for a possible follow-up.
As for Clark99's asking why I didn't just buy the plain yogurt--great point, but turns out that the yogurt portion of my favorite Flips--the peach and pineapple coconut ones--don't come as versions on their own. If they did, I'd be so on those (hint hint, Chobani!)
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The plain, no-fat greek yogurts have 100 cals/6oz. I think the 2% has 120 or so per 6oz.
Chobani doesn't list it separately- you could try contacting them. I believe the individual yogurts have 140 cals, and I think most of the flips have 160-180 if I recall so you can probably estimate about 140 if the oz of yogurt are the same.
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I know some yogurts list it separately what the breakdown is of yogurt vs. yogurt with toppings. But if you're not going to eat the toppings, then why don't you just get the regular 6oz cup of yogurt instead?
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that is a really good question. I don't know if they have it listed separately on the package or not, but you could try contacting the company.
I've noticed that many people here are fans of Chobani, and of their line of Flips yogurt. I assume that all the nutritional info printed on the packages refers to the yogurt with the toppings mixed in. I was wondering if anyone knows how that info breaks down between the yogurt and mix-ins separately (as in, if I eat only the yogurt, I was curious what my intakes would be).
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