Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Sponsored Post by Moms Meet- YoYummy Yogurt Review

Posted by Heather at Wednesday, January 08, 2014

Green Mountain YoYummy yogurt pouches

Ever since Lil' Miss was a baby (I blinked, and now she's almost FOUR!) there has been a firestorm of new food products out on the market that come in pouches. Forget baby jars! Forget a spoon, fork and/or spork! Welcome in the age of the squeezable, pouchable, portable snack!

First it was applesauce.

Next, it was baby food.

Now, it's Green Mountain YoYummy yogurt pouches!

Thanks to Moms Meet, Lil' Miss and I had the opportunity to review Green Mountain YoYummy yogurt pouches, recently. Lil' Miss loves yogurt of all kinds- mix-in, fruit on the bottom, Greek, homemade and frozen. So, Green Mountain YoYummy yogurt pouches are a good fit for her.

As soon as the box of samples arrived, Lil' Miss was super excited to try them. Right away, she had to try the strawberry flavor (Pink pouch, cartoon cow- what's not to appeal to the preschool set? ;-). Other flavors offered include Strawberry Banana, Cotton Candy and Mixed Berry. She gulped it down in no time.


I asked her if she liked the new yogurt and she emphatically said, "YES!" When I asked her what she specifically liked about it, she told me that it was, "Creamy." Personally, I find it impressive that a yogurt that is packaged in a pouch can be described as, "Creamy." In my experience, foods that come in pouches are kind of thin and watered-down.

A little YoYummy Background: "YoYummy was started by three guys with a very basic philosophy in mind: create a healthy, responsibly-made yogurt that tastes great and is affordable! YoYummy and Green Mountain Creamery strive to support their local dairy economy and community, using only Vermont cow milk from the Commonwealth Dairy. As a company, they are also committed to environmental sustainability and package all of their products using BPA-free materials."

Just the facts:
•YoYummy yogurts are available in four delicious flavors: Mixed Berry, Strawberry Banana, Strawberry, and Cotton Candy.
•YoYummy yogurt is made with Grade-A rBST-free Vermont milk, is a good source of calcium, and is rich in vitamin A and D.
•It has 10 percent less sugar than the leading national brand kids’ yogurt. Real fruits and berries add just enough natural sugar to YoYummy yogurt to make it taste sweet.
•YoYummy is free of high fructose corn syrup, artificial sweeteners, additives, and preservatives. YoYummy is naturally gluten free.
•YoYummy is available at Wegman’s, Costco, Hannaford, Stew Leonard’s, Fresh & Easy, and Sprout’s Farmer Markets.
•The retail price for YoYummy is $4.99 for a 4-pack, $9.99 for a 12-pack, and $1.29 for single pouches.

Less sugar, no preservatives and no artificial dyes? Calcium in fun flavors? I'm in! Also, yogurt is a great way to get probiotics into our kids (helps with tummy troubles). I love that these little pouches are so convenient to eat on the go- as a snack or a quick breakfast before Preschool.

Artistically speaking, each flavor comes in bright-colored pouches with cute little cartoonish drawings of a cow and fruit on it. Very attractive to the younger crowd!

Quick note- I love that the screw-on caps for these Green Mountain YoYummy yogurt pouches are chunky and hard to lose. Some of the lids for other pouches are kind of small and definitely pose a choking hazard for little ones (or, they tend to get lost in the rush of life!).

All in all, I'd have to say Green Mountain YoYummy yogurt pouches were a big hit in our family! :-)

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**Disclaimer: "I received this product for free from the sponsor of the Moms MeetSM program, May Media Group LLC, who received it directly from the manufacturer. As a Moms MeetsSM blogger, I agreed to use this product and post my opinion on my blog. My opinions do not necessarily reflect the opinions of May Media Group LLC or the manufacturer of the product."


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