Product Type

Dairy: Flavored Milk


15.5 fl oz glass

Nutritional Info

serving size 8 fl oz;
servings about 2;
calories 140;
fat calories 10;
total fat 1g;
sat. fat 0.5g;
polyunsat fat 0g;
monounsat fat 0g;
cholest. 0mg;
sodium 180mg;
potassium 140mg;
total carb. 33g;
fiber 0g;
sugars 27g;
protein 2g;
vitamin a 10%;
vitamin c 10%;
calcium 10%;
iron 6%;
vitamin d 10%;
riboflavin 10%;
niacin 10%;
phosphorus 10%


water, dairy whey, high fructose corn syrup and/or sugar, non-fat milk, corn syrup solids, cocoa (processed wtih potassium carbonate), soybean oil (partially hydrogenated), sodium caseinate (protein source), natural and artificial flavor, vanillin (an artificial flavor), salt, tricalcium phosphate, dipotassium phosphate, xanthum gum, guar gum, carrageenan, mono-and diglycerides, soy lechitin, calcium ascorbate (vitamin C), vitamin A palmiate, niacinamide (vitamin B3), vitamin D3, riboflavoin (vitamin B2), natural chocolate flavor

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Review: Double Fudge

Posted: Mar 05, 2003 at 12:00 AM (Last Updated: Mar 05, 2003 at 9:40 AM)
We have to admit that the though of Yoo-Hoo Double Fudge was a bit scary to us. First of all, Yoo-Hoo is not exactly known for it's natural tasting chocolate flavor. This being said, the flavor of this product can only be described in one way. Specifically, this product tastes like cold instant hot chocolate. Compared to regular Yoo-Hoo or other chocolate drinks, this product is definitely worth a look. Compared to some of the higher end imported chocolate milk products, we'd have to pass. Also, we're very curious to see how this product sells with the darker label -- we think the bright yellow label will overshadow this product. Overall, a good entry by Yoo-Hoo that's worth a try but won't stand up to the high-end products.