Breyers Yogurt

Monday February 18thBreakfast Category

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I always thought it was Breyer’s not Breyers.  Hmm, I guess you learn something new everyday.  The package on the left is from a 1985 ad.  The font is typically more simple than the current. The name Breyers is on there twice, once in the leaf logo and f course in big red letters with a  crayon scribble underneath.  The cup also features a photo of a lone strawberry and in general looks a little generic.
The current package keeps the leaf  but it’s more dimensional  and the brand name is in a type of cursive font underneath it.  The cup features a black background and two strawberries.  It also mentions that this is lowfat.  I don’t think Breyers even offers flavored yogurt in full-fat.  I guess it’s more economical, but they lost the lid. I like to have the option to re-close things or re-use the package for something else, but ok, that’s cool.

While I like the simplicity and lid on the old package, I think the new package looks more eye-catching and still manages not to look too busy.

Breyers yougurt: Old or New?

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3 Comments

  1. Mel
    February 25, 2013

    I am going to break with tradition and actually vote “new” this time! It’s a rare package that makes me vote “new” compared to its old counterpart, but I am SO not a fan of that very ’80s crayon scribble on the old container. *shudder*

  2. Confused
    July 17, 2016

    Ummm, isn’t the biggest difference that you notice the decrease in size of the container? What was once a standard eight ounces is now 5.3 ounces. Surely, that’s the issue to discuss, no?

  3. Confused
    July 17, 2016

    Ummm, isn’t the biggest difference that you notice the decrease in size of the container? What was once a standard eight ounces is now 6 or even 5.3 ounces. Surely, that’s the issue to discuss, no?

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