People are discovering that Petit Filous ISN’T actually a yoghurt and it’s blowing their minds

IT TURNS out the beloved childhood 'yoghurts' are in fact not yoghurt at all.

People have only just started realising that Petit Filous is a different product altogether, and it's blowing their minds.

Although the scrummy treat might taste and look exactly like yoghurt it's actually made from fromage frais.

Fromage frais is actually made from a cheese culture rather than a yoghurt culture.

There's a slight difference n the taste as well as the texture, with fromage frias being a thicker consistency and is technically a 'soft cheese'.

If you are struggling to believe it just take a look at the Petit Filous website which explains: "Petits Filous fromage frais provides your child with the goodness of Calcium and Vitamin D."

And if that isn't enough to convince you, just have a read of their ingredients.

The pot of yumminess states its main ingredient as: 'Fromage frais (Pasteurised semi-skimmed milk, Cream (Milk), Lactic Cultures (Milk))'.

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One woman shared a picture of her googling if Petit Filous was yoghurt on her Twitter account, caoivaa, and shared her shock when realising it wasn't.

The post received over 13k likes and many users felt the same way, one wrote: "Mind blown it's not even yoghurt!!!"

"MY WHOLE LIFE HAS BEEN A LIE." Another user exclaimed.

A third person responded with: "One of the only ‘yoghurts’ I like and it’s bloody fake."

Meanwhile a fourth added: "Childhood ruined."

And a fifth added: "Nah wtf, I used to scoop these up every day as a kid and never liked cheese, still don’t, unless it’s melted. That’s a madness tho, I wasn’t even eating yoghurt."

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