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Scary Bill Sep 3, 2009 11:44 AM

For some unmentioned reason the WF thread was removed where Yo Baby yogurt was mentioned.

Just got back from Planet Organic on Elbow and they have it, as well as another Stonyfield brand.

You (can't recall your name) should go there. I think you will find they carry a lot of the products you miss from WF, and more, though they won't have fruits snd vegetables that look identical like they were cloned. I could never figure out how WF could have an entire corner display of artichokes, about 5 feet wide and 3 feet high, with all identical artichokes each the size of a softball.

  1. Jasz Sep 3, 2009 12:03 PM

    Superstore also carries Stonyfield and Yo Baby in their organic cooler. I'm pretty sure Sunterra has them as well.

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      cancowboy Sep 3, 2009 12:39 PM

      The poster in that thread - susanbnyc - was looking for the YoBaby Banana Drinkable Yogurt.
      A "quick" look at the Canadian Stonyfield site www.stonyfield.ca just lists the yogurt in their product line.

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        Susanbnyc Sep 3, 2009 12:43 PM

        Thanks for posting this...I'll go and check it out. Planet Organic isn't on my regular hunting and gathering route... but maybe it should be. I'll also go check out what Superstore has. (wonder why the thread was removed?)

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          Scary Bill Sep 3, 2009 12:51 PM

          Cowboy is right-I did not see the drinkable yogurt, just the yogurt.

          1. re: Susanbnyc
            sweeterpea Sep 3, 2009 02:48 PM

            Superstore carries the Stoneyfield baby yogurt. You might want to try a Canadian brand called LIberte (sorry don't have the french accent thingie to put on the last e) They don't make baby yogurt, but my kids love their yogurt. I feel the product is superior to Stoneyfield yogurts myself.

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              Susanbnyc Sep 3, 2009 05:25 PM

              My guy is flexible about "eating" yogurt... he'll eat whatever brand as long as it's a preferred flavor....but the "drinking" yogurt is really his special yummy thing.... it's a staple. We'll adjust without it, but I always felt good about his downing one of those a day...... I'll try the Liberte. Thanks.

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                John Manzo Sep 3, 2009 05:28 PM

                This might sound ridiculous, but if you mix liberte (which is IMHO the best yogurt I have ever had in NA) with a little milk (I use whole) you get "drinkable yogurt" that's really smooth and less tart of course as it's diluted.

                Also if you want drinkable get kefir at just about any supermarket- I've had lovely peach kefir from Community Natural Foods.

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                  sarah galvin Sep 3, 2009 05:38 PM

                  Plus you don't have the high cost of small packaging. Just make up a few in reusable containers.

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