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A Food to Always Have on Hand
Better Homes and Gardens
Don’t forget to keep your fridge stocked with Stonyfield Organic Yogurt. According to Better Homes and Gardens magazine having yogurt on hand (such as Stonyfield!) with granola nearby can help you maintain a healthy diet (9/2012). This yummy duo is a great step for smart snacking.
Your Kids Deserve Healthy Snacks
Stonyfield YoKids Organic Yogurt made Prevention magazine’s top 10 healthy kid snacks (9/2012). Editors suggest you don’t need to compromise nutrition for sweetness. Give your kids a snack packed with calcium, vitamin D and protein. With YoKids, you can choose from strawberry, banana and strawberry, blueberry and strawberry vanilla - it’s a snack that is sure to keep both parents and kids happy.
Dig Your Spoon Into This
A taster dubbed Stonyfield’s Oikos Organic Greek Frozen Yogurt as a real winner in Good Housekeeping (8/2012). With 110 calories or less in a half cup and zero fat, this is a healthy choice to reach for in the freezer. Editors also noted that Stonyfield’s Nonfat After Dark Chocolate Frozen Yogurt Novelty Bar is another treat worth indulging in.
Avoid Fro-Yo Nightmares
With so many frozen yogurt options it is easy to choose an unhealthy one. Fitbie gives advice on the best and worst frozen yogurts, and this year Stonyfield’s Oikos Organic Greek Frozen Yogurt was named the Best Greek Frozen Yogurt (8/2012). It is considered the closest to non-frozen Greek yogurt; low in calories and sugar.
Paula Deen Has the Right Idea
Paula Deen has embarked on a weight loss journey, and aiding her way is Stonyfield’s Oikos Organic Greek Yogurt. People magazine recently displayed a photograph of Paula’s fridge where she keeps the yogurt.. According to Deen, it is her son’s go-to substitute for sour cream and mayonnaise, and Paula adds it to her smoothies as well.
Help Strengthen Your Bones
According to Woman’s World, your body only absorbs 30% of the calcium you take in to help your bone health. Editors recommend treating yourself to Stonyfield yogurt to increase your intake (07/2012). It’s a delicious and easy way to add more vitamin D and calcium to your diet to help strengthen your bones.
You Deserve the Best Frozen Yogurt!
Everyone deserves to indulge in decadence every once in a while. And with Stonyfield's Organic Oikos Nonfat Greek Frozen Yogurt, you can do it guilt-free. That's why editors at Woman's World magazine praise our "organic and flavorful" Oikos as their top expert-recommended frozen yogurt (June 25, 2012). Citing author and ice cream connoisseur, Ellen Brown, "There's a depth of flavor in the honey that lingers on your tongue."
Lab to Table
Think your diet is GMO-free? Think again. Vogue journalist Eve Conant reports on the growing prevalence of genetically engineered foods, including the shocking statistics that 94% of our soybeans and 88% of corn grown in the US are genetically modified (May 2012). Gary Hirshberg, Stonyfield’s chairman and cofounder, is pioneering efforts to convince the FDA to label genetically modified organisms. Until science can tell us more about genetically engineered foods, Gary says, "American consumers shouldn’t be forced to be guinea pigs in this grand experiment."
Earning a spot on Self Magazine’s 2012 Health Food Awards list, Stonyfield’s Organic Low Fat Strawberry was crowned in the Fruit Yogurt category as tasting "the most natural." Indeed, our organic yogurts are free of artificial sweeteners, and all other artificial ingredients. Other winners in the "Breakfast Champions" category include healthy options for oatmeal, turkey bacon, and cream cheese.
O, The Oprah Magazine
Do genetically engineered foods affect our health? The answer: no one really knows. But until we know for sure, Stonyfield’s cofounder and chairman, Gary Hirshberg, believes everyone should be able to decide for themselves whether to consume genetically modified foods. Editors of O,The Oprah Magazine report on the debate over GE foods, Gary’s work with Just Label It, and include a ‘Buyer’s Guide’ recommending consumers to buy organic (May 2012).
Greek Yogurt is Getting the Deep Freeze
Food Network Magazine
Packed with protein and active life cultures, Stonyfield’s non-fat Frozen Organic Oikos makes the cut on Food Network Magazine’s list of frozen greek yogurts (May 2012). Go ahead, indulge without the guilt; try one (or all!) of our four delicious frozen flavors: chocolate, vanilla, honey, and blueberry.
Say No to Frankenfish
The debate over genetically engineered foods just got fishier. Marygrace Taylor at Kiwi Magazine reports on the FDA’s recent hearings to discuss the environmental risks of GE salmon (May 2012). Until the human health risks of consuming these fast-growing fish are understood, concerned families are urged to visit www.JustLabelIt.org to join the cause to label GE foods, an effort led by Stonyfield’s chairman and cofounder, Gary Hirshberg.
Eat Fresh and Light
Everyone wants to shape up for the summer season, but knowing what to eat is a challenge. Thankfully, the editors at Health make it a bit easier with recommendations for fresh and light meals and snacks, including a scoop of Stonyfield’s non-fat "Gotta Have Java" frozen yogurt in a sugar cone, a 150-calorie treat (May 2012).
Sweet Tooth Satisfier
Martha Stewart Living
Editors at Martha Stewart Living call Stonyfield Organic Honey Oikos a "sweet tooth satisfier" in a recent round up of "winning cups (April 2012)." They go on to say, "with the ideal amount of honey, this yogurt tastes like dessert."
Fun Food Tours
Travel Channel Online
Looking for a fun destination on a road trip? Travel writers at Travel Channel online recommend stopping by the Stonyfield factory in Londonderry, NH to "sample the yogurt, learn about the company history and its earth-friendly policies and shop for Stonyfield goodies (April 2012)". And if you’re road-tripping with a small group of people, you can even call ahead to arrange a more educational experience about yogurt-making and organic farming.