If you choose to give your baby dairy at some point, whole milk/full fat products are what is recommended until age 2 since babies need fat for their brain development. Other than that, why would you give your baby, 8 months and up, anything else in that yogurt?
*A baby this age does not have the taste for the sweet treats adults have become accustomed to.
*Corn starch gives the yogurt the consistency they want but adds nothing of nutrition to your baby.
*Baby should always have natural flavor, but just because it's natural does not mean it's good for you or that you'd want to eat it. Natural flavorings can encompass a lot of things. Have you ever heard of "castoreum"? No? It's listed under "natural flavors" in some food because it is natural - from beaver glands. (Don't believe me? Check it out here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Castoreum#Food_use) When the FDA approves things like that, I am so glad I keep kosher because anything from a beaver cannot be used in kosher products. Besides, shouldn't banana yogurt contain actual bananas?
*So the last ingredient, turmeric extract, can be a good thing, but baby yogurt doesn't need color which is the purpose of the turmeric.
We were never big on yogurt. We much preferred homemade organic applesauce or pear with avocado. Yum!