I really like yogurt. It's my breakfast / snack of choice. I've always enjoyed Dannon most. probably because it was the family brand. My parents' friend actually worked for Dannon also, so we all sorts of Dannon paraphenalia in the house - spare boxes, workshirts, etc. I also liked Dannon's flavors best.
I don't like overly sweet things, so the Dannon coffee yogurt was my choice. No other coffee yogurt really came close - usually people need to sweeten it with to make some kind of some mochachino machismo. Cherry yogurt was a distanct second when I was younger now it's vanilla because it's less gooey. I still like cherry though.
My faith in Dannon is being tested mightily
First, the bizarre decision to cut two ounces out of the standard size, making the 6 oz a standard. Hardly a breakfast anymore, it barely suffices as a snack. Two ozs make a difference just ask ___ (insert drug-addled celebrity or reference here). I wrote an angry letter - no response. Colombo made its brand identity (33% more than Dannon!) based on the demise of the Dannon 8.
[Unrelated note: yogurt portions seem generally smaller in the UK. Yet, Greek yogurt seems to be sold in bigger servings here in the US. Why?!?]
Second, more recently, I have found it increasingly difficult to find my coffee yogurt. It was never that easy to get one, but now it's become virtually extinct near my office. Where has it gone?
Give me back my yogurt, bastards!