Did you see the Panorama doc on a few weeks ago about how much sugar is put into yoghurts - there are about 2 teaspoons per pot! Am sure there must be a thread on it somewhere. I felt really bad as my dses practically lived on yoghurts and fromage frais, but not any more. It's natural yog only for us (well, for me, as no-one else will eat the stuff).
Sorry to sound negative but I was really shocked by the amount of hidden sugar in seemingly healthy foods.
Have to say I agree with PC ...... natural full-fat yog served with fruit is lovely and won't give your baby a sweet tooth ..... I followed the general advice and avoided sugar altogether for DD up to 12mo - still avoid it as much as poss at 13mo - it's not hard. I also go by the rule of thumb of not giving DD anything with ingredients I wouldn't find in the kitchen (lactose, stabiliser etc). HTH
I'm anal about reading all my labels and very few items in my kitchen contain any ingredient which I can't pronounce, and yeah, true, too much sugar is not good but sasa15 said she's only given him one... and then she's going to pig out and eat the rest herself!
I think you'll be fine, my ds1 lived on petits filous and he doesn't have a big sugar craving, actually is amazing compared with other friends and prefers water to juice. my favourite for ds2 aged 7 months at the moment is greek yoghurt mixed with a fruit puree which I make myself (not the greek yogurt)! Its really delicious but I can't stop eating it myself and its very fattening!