Stonyfield Organic loves our home. This year we’re the lead sponsor of the Vertical Challenge, a series of free, casual ski and snowboard races that have been held throughout the Northeast for nearly thirty years.

“We’ve made it a priority to make a difference in the lives of our attendees,” Vertical Challenge organizers say. “We mentor our crew, and they, in turn, mentor our young participants. Multiple generations have made the Vertical Challenge part of their lives.”

In addition to the races, everyone can join in on a festival atmosphere featuring snowy activities for all ages. So bring the whole family and come join us in supporting this amazing Northeast tradition. There will be giveaways and Stonyfield yogurt…

Find an event near you!

Date:Location:
Saturday, January 11, 2020Lost Valley, ME
Sunday, January 12, 2020Mt. Abram, ME
Saturday, January 18, 2020Whiteface, NY
Sunday, January 19, 2020Whiteface, NY
Sunday, January 26, 2020Smuggler’s Notch, VT
Friday, January 31, 2020Cannon Mountain, NH
Saturday, February 1, 2020Gunstock, NH
Sunday, February 2, 2020Pats Peak, NH
Saturday, February 8, 2020Jiminy Peak, MA
Sunday, February 9, 2020Catamount, MA
Saturday, February 15, 2020Bolton Valley, VT
Sunday, February 16, 2020Nashoba Valley, MA
Thursday, February 20, 2020Cranmore, NH
Friday, February 21, 2020Black Mountain, NH
Saturday, February 29, 2020Ski Butternut, MA
Sunday, March 1, 2020Berkshire East, MA
Sunday, March 8, 2020Bromley Mountain, VT
Saturday, March 14, 2020King Pine, NH
Saturday, March 28, 2020Jay Peak, VT

 

For more information visit https://ski-vc.com/.

See you on the slopes!

Stonyfield Organic’s #PlayFree Initiative Celebrates New Milestone

Londonderry, NH, September 23, 2019 – Stonyfield Organic’s #PlayFree initiative to stop the use of harmful pesticides on parks and playing fields has reached a significant milestone, with the country’s leading organic yogurt maker today announcing that it has brought organic model fields to over one million people and counting.  Continuing its commitment to ensure that every child and family in America can #PlayFree, Stonyfield Organic also today announces that it has teamed up with 10 new communities to convert outdoor fields and parks to organic grounds management.

“Kicking off in 2018 in honor of our 35th anniversary, we set off on our most ambitious mission yet — to make all fields organic by stopping the use of toxic persistent pesticides and harmful chemicals, including glyphosate,” said Gary Hirshberg, Stonyfield co-founder and Chief Organic Optimist. “It’s a huge milestone that we’ve brought organic pilot fields to more than one million people, but we’re particularly thrilled to see that work continue and even spread to other fields and communities. We’re very much looking forward to seeing that enthusiasm, awareness and action continue to grow with our next 10 #PlayFree communities and beyond.”

Each of this year’s selected cities will receive a $5,000 donation to use toward the purchase of organic inputs and/or landscaping equipment needed for organic grounds management. The communities will also receive in-kind technical support and guidance from Stonyfield’s expert collaborators, including Beyond Pesticides, Non Toxic Neighborhoods, Osborne Organics and Midwest Grows Green.

The newest 10 communities that will team up with Stonyfield over the next two years include the following:

  • East Grand Rapids, MI
  • Lisle, IL
  • Richmond, CA
  • Minneapolis, MN
  • University Heights, OH
  • South Euclid, OH
  • Chapel Hill, NC
  • Petersburg, FL
  • Austin, TX
  • Pittsburgh, PA

The #PlayFree communities selected in 2018 are well underway with their conversions to organic management. Those communities include South Portland, ME, Costa Mesa, CA, Burbank, CA, Tustin, CA, Salt Lake City, UT, Houston, TX, North Miami, FL, Hyattsville, MD, Portsmouth, NH and Dover, NH.

Last year, Stonyfield also set up a grassroots donation program geared toward 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations looking to take their community education and advocacy efforts to the next level. A total of $50,000 was awarded to 501(c)(3) groups. One of the recipients, Herbicide-Free Campus, aims to stop the use of toxic herbicides at colleges and universities throughout the country.

“This movement is about a cultural shift in the way we manage landscapes and tend to the soil. It requires us to ask the question, ‘If the alternatives exist, why are we still spraying toxic persistent herbicides at schools and allowing children, community members, and workers to be exposed?’ For the sake of future generations, we must do better,” said Mackenzie Feldman, Founder of Herbicide-Free Campus and recipient of the Brower Youth Award recognizing outstanding emerging youth leaders in the environmental movement. “Because of national supporters like Stonyfield Organic, we’re able to increase our impact and further spread the word about our efforts to end herbicide use at every school in the nation.”

The StonyFields #PlayFree initiative deepens the mission-led brand’s commitment to issues beyond the food aisle by shedding light on an often-overlooked issue. In a recent survey*, Stonyfield found that most American parents (69%) are looking to lessen exposure to pesticides in food, yet nearly the same number (67%) do not consider sports fields, playgrounds and parks to be of concern. Stonyfield is eager to bring attention to this issue by empowering everyone to make change locally to protect the health of children and the environment.

“Several of the most commonly used chemicals on playing fields are either proven or likely endocrine disruptors, which can interfere with the development of children’s immune, reproductive, and metabolic systems,” says Philip Landrigan, MD, MSc, Founding Director of the Children’s Environmental Health Center at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York and author of the book Children and Environmental Toxins: What Everyone Needs to Know. “I applaud Stonyfield and its collaborators for this initiative and encourage all parents to get involved in their local communities.”

Stonyfield’s #PlayFree initiative is already fueling a movement that has inspired other towns to move toward organic management as well.

“Non Toxic Neighborhoods and our advisors believe that it should be a basic human right that our children are protected from harmful pesticides where they play. Glyphosate and other synthetic pesticides simply should have never been used in parks, playgrounds, athletic fields and schools exposing the most vulnerable population, especially since they’re used for purely cosmetic reasons,” said Kim Konte, co-founder of Non Toxic Neighborhoods. “Thanks to Stonyfield’s support of the organic pilot park in the city of North Miami, six additional pesticide bans and organically driven policies have come online as a result,” she added.

To learn how to take action in your own community and or even begin with your own backyard, visit https://www.stonyfield.com/playfree.

 

About Stonyfield Organic

As the country’s leading organic yogurt maker, Stonyfield takes care with everything it puts into its products and everything it keeps out. By saying no to toxic persistent pesticides, artificial hormones, antibiotics and GMOs, Stonyfield has been saying yes to healthy food, healthy people, and a healthy planet for 35 years. Stonyfield, a Certified B-Corp, is also helping to protect and preserve the next generation of farmers and families through programs like its Direct Milk Supply and Wolfe’s Neck Organic Training Program as well as StonyFIELDS, a nationwide, multi-year initiative to help keep families free from toxic persistent pesticides in parks and playing fields across the country.

 

About Beyond Pesticides

Beyond Pesticides, founded in 1981, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization headquartered in Washington, D.C. that works with allies in protecting public health and the environment to lead the transition to a world free of toxic pesticides. The organization has assisted hundreds of communities nationwide to transition to organic land management practices and policies. The group served on the National Organic Standards Board, 2010-2015.

 

About Non Toxic Neighborhoods

Non Toxic Neighborhood’s leadership, concerned about the ubiquitous use of pesticides and their children’s health, worked successfully with their city leaders to promote a ban on harmful pesticides in Irvine, CA. As a result, the City of Irvine and Irvine Unified School District adopted organically driven landscaping policies. NTN then received an endorsement of support from Dr. Jane Goodall for their work. So they continued on to Burbank, Tustin and have now assisted well over 30 cities and school districts around the country to support the transition away from harmful pesticides and switch to proven and organic land management. NTN provides their proven and replicable methods, step by step Playbook and offers a NTN Toolkit so you can get started today!

 

About Osborne Organics

“Chip” Osborne, Jr., President of Osborne Organics, LLC, and Founder of the Organic Landscape Association has over 17 years of experience in creating safe, sustainable and healthy athletic fields and landscapes through natural turf management.

 

About Midwest Grows Green

Midwest Grows Green is an initiative of the IPM Institute of North America, Inc. that accomplishes large scale behavior change by sharing pesticide and fertilizer reduction information at critical places where lawns influence our lives. The IPM Institute is an independent 501(c)3 non-profit started in 1998 that improves sustainability in agriculture and communities through market mechanisms based in Integrated Pest Management.

 

*Stonyfield and Lindberg International surveyed 1,000 adults age 18 and older, comprised of 537 parents with children living at home, in January 2018.

This is a super-moist, almost cake-like or coffee cake–like Greek yogurt raspberry loaf from our friend Waylnn Lucas. A fruity, moist, tangy, sweet, anytime snack that’s perfect with your morning coffee or afternoon tea.

Greek Yogurt Raspberry Loaf

This is a super-moist, almost cake-like or coffee cake–like Greek yogurt raspberry loaf from our friend Waylnn Lucas. A fruity, moist, tangy, sweet, anytime snack that’s perfect with your morning coffee or afternoon tea.

Ready In: 1 hour

Level: Easy


Prep: 5 minutes

Cook: 40 minutes

Yields: One Loaf

    Ingredients

  • nonstick cooking spray
  • 1½ c all-purpose flour
  • ¾ c granulated sugar
  • 1½ tsp baking powder
  • ½ tsp fine sea salt
  • 2 large eggs
  • 2 large eggs
  • ½ c coconut oil, melted
  • 1¼ c Stonyfield Organic Whole Milk Plain Greek Yogurt
  • 1 c raspberries
  • ½ tsp lemon zest
  • Coarse sugar, for sprinkling

directions

Step 1

Preheat the oven to 350ºF. Grease a 9 by 5-inch loaf pan.

Step 2

In the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the whisk attachment, combine the flour, granulated sugar, baking powder, and salt. Mix well on low speed. Add the eggs and coconut oil and mix until just combined. Add the yogurt and mix until just combined. Add the raspberries and lemon zest. Gently mix just to distribute the raspberries. Don’t overmix—you don’t want to smash the raspberries too much (but a little smashing is okay).

Step 3

Pour the batter into the prepared loaf pan, spreading it evenly with a spatula, and sprinkle the top with coarse sugar. Bake for 40 to 45 minutes, until golden brown and the center springs back when touched. Cover it with foil for the last 15 minutes of baking if the top is getting too brown. Store wrapped in foil at room temperature.



Excerpted (or Adapted) from SUNNY-SIDE UP by Waylynn Lucas. Copyright © 2019 by Waylynn Lucas. Excerpted by permission of Rodale, an imprint of Penguin Random House LLC. All rights reserved. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted without permission in writing from the publisher.

Nothing’s better than a toasty chewy everything bagel slathered thickly with cream cheese but, oh the carbs! We’ve switched out the cream cheese for homemade yogurt cheese, a much healthier option.  It’s great on EVERYTHING from fresh vegetables, to baked potatoes, to pita chips, to crackers, and to bagels, of course!

We’ve got a pretty good bagel recipe if you need that, too.

Everything But The Bagel Yogurt Cheese

Nothing’s better than a toasty chewy everything bagel slathered thickly with cream cheese but, oh the carbs! We’ve switched out the cream cheese for homemade yogurt cheese, a much healthier option.  It’s great on EVERYTHING from fresh vegetables, to baked potatoes, to pita chips, to crackers, and to bagels, of course!

We've got a pretty good bagel recipe if you need that, too.

Ready In: 00:35

Level: Easy


Prep: 5 minutes

Cook: 0 minutes

Yields: 9 ounces of Yogurt Cheese

    Ingredients

  • 8 oz Yogurt Cheese
  • 1finely chopped scallion, white and green parts
  • 1small garlic clove, smashed and minced
  • ¼ tsp sea salt
  • ¼ tsp freshly cracked pepper
  • 1 ½ Tbsp Everything bagel seasoning mix (blend of 5 ingredients—white and black sesame seeds, poppy seeds, dried minced onion, dried minced garlic and sea sal) + more for garnish

directions

Step 1

In a small bowl, mix the cheese, scallions, garlic, salt, pepper and Everything bagel seasoning mix until smooth.

Step 2

Let rest in the refrigerator for 30 minutes to meld all the flavors.

Step 3

Garnish with more seasoning, if desired, and serve with your favorite vegetables.

Fish in a River is a fun finger food that is quick for you and your kids to make! Make them with our delicious and simple yogurt cheese recipe.

Fish in a River

Fish in a River is a fun finger food that is quick for you and your kids to make! Make them with our delicious and simple yogurt cheese recipe.

Ready In: 30 minutes

Level: Easy


Prep: 5 minutes

Cook: 0 minutes

Yields: 4 Servings

    Ingredients

  • 4 oz Yogurt Cheese
  • 1/8 tsp oregano
  • 1/8 tsp dill
  • 1/8 tsp garlic powder
  • dash of blue natural food coloring, if desired
  • 4 celery sticks, washed, dried, trimmed
  • 12-24 goldfish baked snack crackers, any flavor

directions

Step 1

In a small bowl, mix yogurt cheese with oregano, dill, thyme, and garlic powder. Stir in food coloring, if using.

Step 1

Let rest in refrigerator, if you have the time, to meld the flavors.

Step 2

Fill celery trenches with yogurt cheese mixture. Garnish with Goldfish crackers.

Use well-drained yogurt cheese for this Herbed Yogurt Cheese Spread recipe, optimally one that has drained for at least 24 hours. You want it to be very thick and dry.

Herbed Yogurt Cheese Spread

Use well-drained yogurt cheese for this Herbed Yogurt Cheese Spread recipe, optimally one that has drained for at least 24 hours. You want it to be very thick and dry.

Ready In: 35 minutes

Level: Easy


Prep: 5 minutes

Cook: 0 minutes

Yields: 1+ Cups

    Ingredients

  • 8 oz Yogurt Cheese
  • 2 Tbsp extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 Tbsp minced scallions, white and green parts
  • 1 small garlic clove, chopped or ½ teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1/2 tsp sea salt
  • 1 Tbsp chopped fresh chives OR 1 tsp freeze dried chives + more for garnish
  • 1 Tbsp chopped fresh dill OR 1 tsp dried dill + more for garnish
  • 1 Tbsp chopped fresh parsley OR 1 tsp dried parsley + more for garnish
  • ¼ tsp dried thyme
  • ¼ tsp freshly cracked black pepper

directions

Step 1

In a medium sized bowl, combine the yogurt cheese and the olive oil. Fold the seasonings into the yogurt cheese mixture, being carefully not to overmix as this will loosen up the texture of the cheese. Taste and season with more sea salt, if needed.

Step 2

Using a rubber spatula, scrape out your bowl and place cheese spread in a small decorative bowl or ramekin. Alternatively, you can line the small bowl or ramekin with plastic wrap, leaving a 2-inch overhang, and then fill the cheese mixture into the bowl. Cover the cheese with the extra plastic wrap.

Step 3

Let rest in the refrigerator to meld the flavors and set for about 30 minutes.

Step 4

Unmold the cheese spread by pulling on the plastic wrap and unwrapping the cheese. Place on a small plate. Garnish with more chopped fresh herbs, if using.

Step 5

Serve with crackers, crostini or fresh vegetables. Tightly wrapped in your refrigerator, your herbed cheese spread will keep for one week.

Tzatziki is our number one favorite Greek dip. In Greece it is traditionally made with sheep’s milk yogurt and is thick and rich. Here, we make it with homemade yogurt cheese, a very fine alternative.

Greek Yogurt Cheese Dip

Tzatziki is our number one favorite Greek dip. In Greece it is traditionally made with sheep’s milk yogurt and is thick and rich. Here, we make it with homemade yogurt cheese, a very fine alternative.

Ready In: 1 hour 35 minutes

Level: Easy


Prep: 35 minutes

Cook: 0 minutes

Yields: 1 Cup

    Ingredients

  • 8 oz Yogurt Cheese
  • ½ English cucumber, peeled and seeded (no need to peel if you are using an English cucumber)
  • Kosher salt
  • 1 Tbsp chopped fresh dill + more for garnish
  • 1 clove garlic, minced
  • zest and juice of half a lemon
  • ¼ tsp freshly cracked pepper
  • 2 tsp extra virgin olive oil

directions

Step 1

Grate the cucumber with the large holes of a box grater. Place the grated cucumber in a sieve or on paper towels and sprinkle lightly with salt. Let drain for about 30 minutes. Toss and pat dry with paper towels to remove excess moisture.

Step 2

Combine the yogurt cheese, cucumber, dill, garlic, zest and juice of lemon, black pepper, and olive oil. Stir until mixed. Taste and season with more salt, if desired.

Step 3

Let rest for 1 hour before serving to meld flavors.

Fun finger food is quick for you and your kids to make with these Ants on a Log. Make them with our delicious and simple yogurt cheese recipe.

Ants On A Log

Fun finger food is quick for you and your kids to make with these Ants on a Log. Make them with our delicious and simple yogurt cheese recipe.

Ready In: 00:05

Level: Easy


Prep: 5 minutes

Cook: 00:00

Yields: 4 Servings

    Ingredients

  • 4 oz Yogurt Cheese
  • 1 Tbsp maple syrup
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1/8 tsp cinnamon
  • 2 tsp raisins
  • 4 celery sticks, washed, dried, trimmed

directions

Step 1

In a small bowl, mix yogurt cheese with maple syrup, vanilla and cinnamon until completely incorporated. A hand-held mixer helps but is not needed.

Step 2

Fill celery trenches with yogurt cheese mixture. Garnish with raisins.

Breakfasts will get a lot better with this Blueberry Yogurt Cheese Toast recipe! Just start with our Yogurt Cheese recipe the night before, roll out of bed, whip it together and get to munching!

Blueberry Yogurt Cheese Toast

Breakfasts will get a lot better with this Blueberry Yogurt Cheese Toast recipe! Just start with our Yogurt Cheese recipe the night before, roll out of bed, whip it together and get to munching!

Ready In: 0 minutes

Level: Easy


Prep: 5 minutes

Cook: 0 minutes

Yields: ½ Cup

    Ingredients

  • 4 oz Yogurt Cheese
  • ¼ c unsweetened freeze-dried blueberries, finely crushed
  • ¼ tsp ground cinnamon
  • 1 tsp maple syrup
  • ½ tsp lime zest + more for garnish
  • ½ tsp fresh mint + more for garnish
  • 4 slices bread, toasted

directions

Step 1

In a small bowl, mix yogurt cheese, crushed freeze-dried blueberries, cinnamon, maple syrup, lime zest, and fresh mint until completely incorporated.

Step 2

Spread evenly over toasted bread. Garnish with fresh blueberries, lime zest and mint, if desired.

Delicious little hors d’oeuvres are moments away! This Smoked Salmon and Yogurt Cheese Canapés recipe is sure to wow at your next party, or at your next meal.

Use well-drained yogurt cheese for this recipe, optimally one that has drained for at least 24 hours. You want it to be very thick and dry.

Smoked Salmon and Yogurt Cheese Canapés

Delicious little hors d'oeuvres are moments away! This Smoked Salmon and Yogurt Cheese Canapés recipe is sure to wow at your next party, or at your next meal.

Use well-drained yogurt cheese for this recipe, optimally one that has drained for at least 24 hours. You want it to be very thick and dry.

Ready In: 5 minutes

Level: Easy


Prep: 5 minutes

Cook: 0 minutes

Yields: 1 Cup

  • 8 oz Yogurt Cheese
  • 1 Tbsp chopped fresh dill + more for garnish
  • 1 Tbsp (or more) grated (prepared) horseradish
  • 2 Tbsp fresh chives, minced + more for garnish
  • zest of half a lemon
  • Kosher salt and freshly cracked black pepper
  • 6 oz smoked salmon, thinly sliced
  • 12 slices cocktail (1 inch x 1 inch) pumpernickel bread
  • 1 Tbsp capers, rinsed (optional)

directions

Step 1

In a small bowl, mix yogurt cheese, chopped dill, horseradish, chives, lemon zest, salt and pepper until smooth.

Step 2

Spread about 1 teaspoon on each bread slice and top with smoked salmon.

Step 3

Garnish with more dill, chives and capers, if desired.

Stonyfield Organic Bio Digester

VALIDATED BY THE SCIENCE BASED TARGETS INITIATIVE, STONYFIELD ORGANIC ANNOUNCES GOAL OF 30 PERCENT REDUCTION IN CARBON EMISSIONS BY 2030

Commitment has the potential to prevent or remove more than 70,000 metric tons of carbon from the atmosphere per year, the equivalent of taking 14,000 cars off the road annually

Londonderry, NH, Aug 8 2019 – Stonyfield Organic, the country’s leading organic yogurt maker, today announced its science-based target to reduce its carbon output by a target of 30% by the year 20301. With approval by The Science Based Targets initiative (STBi), Stonyfield Organic’s target is aligned with the Paris Agreement’s broader goals to limit global warming to less than 2°C and cut global greenhouse gas emissions by 49%-72% from 2010 levels by 2050.  Stonyfield Organic is just one of 50 companies in North America with an approved STBi target; globally 232 companies have approved targets.

“We know there is great urgency to solve climate change,” said Lisa Drake, Director of Sustainability Innovation at Stonyfield Organic. “A healthy planet is one of Stonyfield’s guiding tenets, and we’re proud to be among the earliest corporations to take significant action toward driving down global greenhouse gas emissions.  As a member of the Ceres BICEP Network since 2009, Stonyfield is equally as committed to advocating for policies that will help the U.S. reduce emissions at the pace and scale necessary to tackle climate change.  We are hopeful that more North American companies will join us in making science-based targets a standard business practice to ensure the U.S. remains a global leader in reducing carbon emissions.”

SBTi is a collaboration between Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), World Resources Institute (WRI), the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), and the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), and is one of the commitments of the We Mean Business Coalition.

“The latest science has made it clear that more needs to be done – and faster – in order to avoid the worst impacts of climate change and secure a thriving, sustainable economy. The next few years are critical, and companies like Stonyfield Organic have a vital role to play in helping achieve transformation at the pace and scale that is needed,” said Alberto Carrillo Pineda, Director, Science Based Targets and Renewable Energy at CDP, one of the Science Based Targets initiative partners.

This newly approved target extends Stonyfield Organic’s long history of action to reduce its footprint – from 20 years of offsetting the carbon impact of its facility energy use to using plant-based plastic, as well as a steadfast commitment to clean energy and climate advocacy.

Stonyfield recently announced its leadership role in developing OpenTEAM, a new technology platform to help farmers everywhere improve soil health and trap carbon from the atmosphere in the soil, which will play a critical role in helping the company achieve its 30 by 30 target carbon reduction. This comes at a time when the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, an international group of scientists convened by the United Nations, reports on the urgent need to prevent further degradation of land by humans, highlighting the vicious cycle of climate change and land degradation.

In addition to the agriculture sector, Stonyfield Organic’s carbon reduction efforts will also focus on the areas of energy, waste, packaging and logistics.

“Few companies have demonstrated as deep a commitment to environmental leadership as Stonyfield Organic,” notes Tim Greiner, Managing Director of Pure Strategies, a sustainability consultancy to leading businesses, including Stonyfield. “The company has accomplished many firsts – the first national organic yogurt brand, first U.S. manufacturer to offset 100% of facility energy GHG emissions, the first biopolymer yogurt packaging solution, and one of the first to estimate a dairy company’s full life cycle carbon footprint in the industry.  This new aggressive goal will require the company to work closely together with its dairy farmers and other business partners to not only drive carbon from its supply chain, but also find ways to draw down carbon and sequester it in the soil.”

“With 30 by 30 and OpenTEAM, we are accelerating our sustainability initiatives to do our part to close the gap created by the lack of leadership from the federal government on climate change,” said Stonyfield Organic co-founder and Chief Organic Optimist Gary Hirshberg. “Our commitment to reducing our company’s environmental impact here at Stonyfield Organic is embedded in our longstanding company mission: Healthy Food, Healthy People, and a Healthy Planet. We have proven that a healthy business can play a critical role in a healthy planet, and now we’re going further to help make an even bigger impact in the fight against climate change.”

1Stonyfield commits to reduce absolute Scope 1, 2 and 3 GHG emissions 30 % by 2030 from a 2017 base-year.

 

About Stonyfield Organic

As the country’s leading organic yogurt maker, Stonyfield takes care with everything it puts into its products and everything it keeps out. By saying no to toxic persistent pesticides, artificial hormones, antibiotics and GMOs, Stonyfield has been saying yes to healthy food, healthy people, and a healthy planet for 35 years. Stonyfield, a Certified B-Corp, is also helping to protect and preserve the next generation of farmers and families through programs like its Direct Milk Supply and Wolfe’s Neck Organic Training Program as well as StonyFIELDS, a nationwide, multi-year initiative to help keep families free from toxic persistent pesticides in parks and playing fields across the country.

Londonderry, NH, July 8, 2019 Stonyfield Organic, the country’s leading organic yogurt maker, is adding three new savory flavor options to its Snack Pack line. The new offerings, including Classic Yogurt Hummus & Multigrain Tortilla Chip, Roasted Red Pepper Yogurt Hummus & Pretzel, and Garlic Yogurt Hummus & Pretzel, feature Stonyfield Organic smooth and creamy lowfat yogurt blended with hummus, paired with a crunchy dipper of either organic tortilla chips or organic pretzels.

“Providing nutritious, tasty snack options for families has always been at the core of Stonyfield,” said Sophie Schmitt, Stonyfield Marketing Director. “These new savory Snack Pack flavors broadens the options available within the line to suit all family members and taste buds.  And not only are Snack Packs a delicious snack, but they’re offered in a convenient format that’s easy to enjoy on the run.”

First introduced in August 2018 and the first yogurt snack pack to market, Stonyfield Organic Snack Packs are a duo of creamy organic lowfat yogurt paired with a crunchy dipper – no spoon required. The full offering of Snack Pack flavors now includes:

Snack Packs are available at grocers nationwide, and the new savory line is available exclusively at Whole Foods Market nationwide. If you are unable to locate Stonyfield Snack Packs at your local supermarket and would like to see them in stock, you can reach out to your store’s dairy manager and request them to carry the new product. To find if a particular flavor is available near you, simply check out Stonyfield’s store locator.

 

About Stonyfield Organic

As the leading organic yogurt maker, Stonyfield takes care with everything it puts into its products and everything it keeps out. By saying no to toxic persistent pesticides, artificial hormones, antibiotics and GMOs, Stonyfield has been saying yes to healthy food, healthy people, and a healthy planet for 35 years. Stonyfield, a Certified B-Corp, is also helping to protect and preserve the next generation of farmers and families through programs like its Direct Milk Supply and Wolfe’s Neck Organic Training Program as well as StonyFIELDS, a nationwide, multi-year initiative to help keep families free from pesticides in parks and playing fields across the country.