There's no famous song asking "how do you like your rubber in the morning?" for good reason. But sadly five supermarkets have been forced to recall a number of types of the delicious breakfast food among fears that they may contain pieces of rubber.
Yeo Valley, which manufactured the products, has told Asda, Co-operative, Sainsbury's, Tesco and Waitrose to remove a selection of yoghurts from their shelves.
The Food Standards Agency said they posed a "possible risk to health". Customers who have bought any of the yoghurts are advised not to eat them. They can return to the supermarket where they were purchased for a refund.
The yoghurts include supermarket-own brands and some yoghurts from The Collective Dairy brand.
The products affected are:
Asda Extra Special Scottish Raspberry West Country Yogurt (150g); Asda Fat Free Red Cherry Yogurt (450g); Asda Fat Free Red Cherry Yogurt (four pack); Asda Low Fat Coconut Yogurt (450g); Asda Low Fat Lemon four pack Yogurt; Asda Low Fat Lemon Yogurt (450g); Asda Low Fat Mango & Passion fruit Yoghurt (450g); Collective Dairy Wild Blueberry Yoghurt (150g); Collective Dairy Wild Blueberry Yoghurt (450g).
Co-op Rise & Shine Greek Style Yogurt and Raspberry (160g); Co-Op Strawberry and Raspberry Low fat Yogurts (four pack); Co-op Truly Irresistible Limited Edition Mango, Brazilian Orange and Coconut Yogurt (150g).
Sainsbury's Basics Fruit Selection Yogurts (four pack, two strawberry and two peach); Sainsbury's Basics Strawberry Yogurt (125g).
Tesco Finest Strawberries & Cream Yoghurt (150g); Tesco Low Fat Coconut Yoghurt (450g); Tesco Low Fat Lemon Yoghurt (450g); Collective Dairy Wild Blueberry Yoghurt (150g).
Deliciously fruity raspberry low fat yogurt (125g); Fragrant creamy Scottish raspberry yogurt (150g); Multipack Deliciously fruity low fat yogurt (four pack, two strawberry and two raspberry); The Collective Dairy wild blueberry yoghurt (450g); The Collective Dairy Wild Blueberry Yoghurt (150g).
Anyone fancy eggs for breakfast instead?