Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Yogurt Cup Predicament

From the time our son was a little less than a year old up to a few months ago he would consume 2-3 cups of yogurt a day 7 times a week. He liked it frozen and he ate it like ice cream. 

You may already know that we keep all yogurt cups and use them in many ways. Because of the amount that our son used to consume
you could just imagine how much yogurt cups we have collected over time. (check out this, this, this and this!)

About six moths ago, all of a sudden, he wouldn't take even a spoonful. He probably got so tired of it and decided on going cold turkey. Then just as abruptly as he gave up on his yogurt habit, a few days ago, out of the blue, he asked if we could have some.
Becasue it has been a few months ago since the last time I bought yogurt from the grocery I was surprised that Nestle yogurt has changed their packaging. 

Although I agree that the new look is better I am having a little problem on how to store them. Because the sides of the new cup are parallel (versus the former design which widens at the opening) they don't stack so well. We don't want to throw they away but I have to think of a better storage solution. 

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