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St Benoit yogurt - delicious, fresh and sustainable artisanal yogurt

SarahM | Feb 19, 201103:30 PM     5

Discovered this at some local Whole Foods (Venice and West LA locations), and can't stop raving about it. It's a natural yogurt made from whole jersey cow milk and cultures. It has a delicious cream top, and the versions other than plain use fresh preserves as flavoring - nothing artificial.
The creamery is in Sonoma, CA and their packing is a glass jar with a foil top for the multiple serving carton, and a neat little ceramic crock for the single serve portions. The only wast is the foil top! You can bring the glass jar/crocks back to Whole Foods you $1.50 deposit back. They ship the packaging back to the creamery for a refill. No plastic waste!
Hoping they do well - great product. Check it out!!

http://www.stbenoit.com/

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