Friday, July 19, 2013

Woot! Stonyfield Kicks Off 10,000 Cup Organic Yogurt Trade-Up!

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This is not a sponsored post.  I am a Stonyfield Brand Ambassador and I wanted you to know about their new campaign getting the word out about GMOs, yogurts and organics! Woot! 

                   Stonyfield Kicks Off 10,000 Cup Organic Yogurt Trade Up



Stonyfield, the world’s leading organic yogurt maker, is kicking off the Stonyfield 10,000 Cup Organic Yogurt Trade Up to help yogurt lovers discover a delicious authentically strained Greek yogurt made without the use of GMOs and other stuff people don’t want in their favorite foods.

"Not all yogurt cups are created equal. Stonyfield is obsessively organic when it comes to the way we’ve made our yogurt for the past 30 years,” said Stonyfield Co-Founder & Chairman Gary Hirshberg. “We’re excited to give yogurt lovers who want a pure cup of organic goodness made without GMOs and other unreal junk like toxic persistent pesticides a chance to trade up their daily cup to Stonyfield Greek.”

The Stonyfield 10,000 Cup Organic Yogurt Trade Up

The Stonyfield 10,000 Cup Organic Yogurt Trade Up launches today on Facebook. Stonyfield fans can like the page for a chance to get one of 10,000 free coupons for Stonyfield Greek. The first 10,000 fans who sign up will receive a coupon for a free cup of any flavor of Stonyfield Greek organic yogurt.

Not All Yogurt Cups Are Created Equal
Stonyfield makes its certified organic and authentically strained Greek yogurt without the use of GMOs, toxic persistent pesticides, artificial hormones and antibiotics. While so called “natural” products don’t have a legal definition, the USDA Certified Organic label is a guarantee for consumers that the foods they eat are made without the stuff they want to avoid.

According to a survey commissioned by Just Label It, 92% of Americans want to label genetically engineered foods (also called GMOs or genetically modified organisms). Currently, GMOs are not required to be labeled in the U.S. The best ways for American consumers to avoid foods made with GMOs is to eat items that carry the USDA Certified Organic seal or products that are verified through the Non-GMO Project.

About Stonyfield
Stonyfield, celebrating its 30th year, is the world's leading organic yogurt company. Its certified organic yogurt, smoothies, milk, cultured soy, frozen yogurt and ice cream are distributed nationally. The company advocates that healthy food can only come from a healthy planet. Its use of organic ingredients helps keep over 200,000 farm acres free of toxic, persistent pesticides and chemical fertilizers known to contaminate soil, drinking water and food. To help reduce climate change, Stonyfield offsets all of the CO2 emissions generated from its facility energy use. Stonyfield also donates $2 million of its yearly profits to efforts that help protect and restore the Earth. For more information about Stonyfield, its products and initiatives, visit 
www.stonyfield.com or follow Stonyfield on Twitter @Stonyfield and on Facebook www.facebook.com/StonyfieldFarm.


This is not a sponsored post (I wish) ;D I want moms to know about the food they feed their children!  Nothing is more important to their healthy futures! For kids everywhere! Woot! 

1 comment:

Victoria Scott said...

Stonyfield is a delightful company. I am glad to see it getting popular and getting the 'no-GMO' message to everyone.