Thursday, August 1, 2013

10,000 Stonyfield Organic Greek Yogurt Trade Up in Boston!

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Stonyfield Visits Boston’s Freedom Trail to Liberate Consumers from GMOs
with Its “10,000 Cup Greek Yogurt Trade Up” 

Yogurt Lovers Can Enjoy a Free Stonyfield Organic Greek Cup Made Without GMOs




WHAT: Local organic yogurt maker Stonyfield is giving away 10,000 FREE cups of delicious authentically strained Stonyfield Greek yogurt in its Stonyfield 10,000 Cup Greek Yogurt Trade Up on Tuesday, August 6th. Symbolically hosted at Boston’s Faneuil Hall on the Freedom Trail, the event is meant to encourage consumers to free themselves from GMOs, Genetically Modified Organisms, a rising concern for Americans.  The live event follows a record-setting Facebook giveaway of 10,000 free cups with the same theme.

WHY: Not all yogurt cups are created equal and Stonyfield is obsessively organic, assuring consumers that they will always get a pure cup of organic goodness made without GMOs and toxic persistent pesticides.

“Unfortunately, nowadays even so called ‘natural’ yogurts may still be made with milk produced by cows fed GMO grains. Choosing organic foods is the only way anyone who wants to avoid these practices can do so. We’re thrilled to give yogurt lovers in Boston who want a pure cup of organic goodness a chance to trade up their daily cup to Stonyfield Greek,” says Gary Hirshberg, Stonyfield Co-founder and Chairman.

WHEN & WHERE: Tuesday August 6th at Sam Adams Park in Faneuil Hall from 10AM-1PM (or until the yogurt runs out!).

VISUALS & INTERVIEWS: Stonyfield Co-founder and Chairman Gary Hirshberg will be on-site for interviews from10AM-11AM. A full team of 50 Stonyfield employees will be handing out samples from 10AM-2PM.

MORE ABOUT GMOS: According to a survey commissioned by Just Label It, 92% of Americans want to see labeling of GMOs. 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.

Stonyfield always makes its certified organic and authentically strained Greek yogurt without the use of GMOs, toxic persistent pesticides, artificial hormones and antibiotics.
For more information visit www.stonyfield.com and www.facebook.com/StonyfieldFarm or follow @Stonyfield.


This is not a sponsored post.  I am however, happily a brand ambassador for Stonyfield.  It is what I buy for my family...whether for social media or not.

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