So I was at Windmill Farms last week to pick up some stuff, including yogurt. I'd noticed some yogurt in what looked like Mason jars but assumed it would be pricey. So last week as I was reaching for the tub (16 oz) of plain Chobani, I realized that glass jar of yogurt wasn't *that* much more expensive, plus it was nearly double the size at 30 oz, and a quick price check revealed the two products were really very close in price/ounce.
So, into the basket went the yogurt in the jar...the one with the French name and a bit of exoticism. French yogurt...who knew? It was OMG, seriously, delicious yogurt and, frankly, I could have eaten all 30 oz at once. Silken, creamy, rich (169 calories/8 oz) adjectives fail me...I like this stuff, it's really, really good, not to mention pretty healthy (live bacteria!) I'm a convert, I don't see how I can go back to plain old Fage or Chobani now.
Available at all the usual "healthy" stores like Sprouts, WF, Peoples, Windmill Farms, etc. Produced in Sonoma and, it would, appear, only sold in CA.