Since Xander broke his arm last year, I have been much more cautious about the calcium intake for my kids. I don't know if he got enough calcium before the break, because he doesn't like milk, so getting his dairy is sometimes hard. One thing he loves though is the drinkable yogurt. I love that Stonyfield Farms products are all organic, and that the drinkable yogurt is a nice big size for a growing boy.
Following successful 2016 launches of Whole Milk Greek Yogurt and Whole Milk Grassfed Yogurt, Stonyfield, the country's leading organic yogurt maker, introduces new Whole Milk Drinkables and Double Cream Yogurt. The new products are the latest in Stonyfield's commitment to investing in its Whole Milk line. The company sees tremendous growth opportunity in this category as more and more Americans are embracing full-fat dairy. As with all Stonyfield products, the Whole Milk Drinkables and Double Cream Yogurt are made with USDA Organic milk without the use of toxic persistent pesticides, artificial hormones, antibiotics, and GMOs.
- Whole Milk Drinkables – Perfect for an on-the-go protein snack, the rich and creamy Whole Milk Drinkables contain 6g of protein per serving and are offered in two delicious varieties; Strawberry and Peach. Available at Whole Foods across the country, as well as other select retailers, the 6oz drinkables sell as four-packs and retail for $4.99.
- Double Cream Yogurt- An indulgence made better with organic ingredients, the Double Cream Yogurt is a good source of protein and an excellent source of both calcium and vitamin D. It is available in Plain and is the perfect size for recipe creation. It retails for $4.99.
Disclosure: I received one or more of the products mentioned in this post to help facilitate my review. All opinions are mine and I was not influenced in any way. Please contact Paige@7kidsandus.com with any questions.
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