french yogurt packaging Look at this Frenchie yogurt I bought yesterday. Isn't the packaging adorable?
Wow – so beautiful!
yes, it’s lovely!
That is cute. And I bet it was yummy too.
what a happy way to start the day!
love love love. it really is the simple pleasure isn’t it? 🙂
I wonder if packaging from other countries looks prettier because it’s novel to us or because it’s actually just prettier than American packaging?
oh so lovely!
very cute 🙂 I love the colors
Chelsea, you are pulling out all the stops this week, and it’s killing me over here! So sweet and a lovely way to start your morning.
How sweet. I was on a train once in France and my yogurt came in a cute little clay pot. I saved the pot and now it holds my hair pins. I think of that train ride almost every morning.
that is so lovely, shelia!!! i was totally enchanted with all the food that was served in terra cotta pots when i was in greece! i also bought yogurt just because it cam in a pot!!:)
love it! i would buy this just for the packaging! (in fact, the other day I bought some bonne maman tarts just so for the glass pots they came in!!
HI Lindsay! I do that too!! I love bonne maman! They have the prettiest packaging!
how sweet would that be as favors for a farm wedding: milk and cookies!
oh gish i so wish they sold it here!!
Honora: awww. your comment made my day:) Jen: that would be too cute!!
I absolutely, totally love this. I would go broke at the grocery store, just buying up all of the pretty things!
with you and first milk speaking so highly of french yogurt packaging i am DYING to go to france and partake in some myself.
i love yogurt! and i love your packaging! CUTE!
im currently studying abroad in france, and there are so many cute french yogurt pots! a great way to start a day. we need to start thinking of how we can change such little experiences like eating a bowl of yogurt, and making that special. thanks for sharing!
wow so cute.
Oh, I miss the yogurt in Paris. Beautiful and delicious.
Don’t you just hate having to eat stuff like that, because then you have to throw away the package : (