We’ve been mixing things up on the yogurt front here, trying to find something that meets my kids’ approval on taste and mine on sugar content. Lately we’ve hit a sweet spot with Stonyfield Farm’s low-fat vanilla yogurt, which come in a 6 oz. container.
Here’s my problem with the yogurt. Stonyfield Farm uses a foil top on the containers rather than a plastic lid, which apparently saves about 270 tons of plastic each year. Good for them, bad for me. Maybe I don’t know how to pack a grocery bag, but I’ve punctured at least one of the yogurts after they’re bagged and in my car three times already in the past couple of months. Most recently, I arrived home to find a lid ripped open and some yogurt-covered celery as the obvious guilty party. I need to stop packing my yogurt with pointy vegetables.