A new labneh-style yogurt is local, additive-free and certified kosher.
Food and Wine Editor
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When John and Angela Fout’s daughter, Savana, turned 6 months old and began to transition to solid foods, the couple faced a dilemma: what to feed her? They both loved yogurt, but when they went to the supermarket to buy some for Savana, the ingredients in all the commercial brands horrified them.
“They are a nightmare,” John said. “Full of sugar and preservatives. And many of those flavored yogurts marketed for children don’t even have live cultures in them.”