Tuesday, May 11, 2010

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At Stonyfield Farm, we use a simple recipe with only all natural and organic ingredients—never any preservatives or artificial flavors, colors, and sweeteners like other brands. And all of our organic ingredients are produced without the use of antibiotics, artificial growth hormones, chemical fertilizers, and toxic and persistent pesticides.
For the most delicious taste, we use farm-fresh milk from family farms, and fruits that are hand picked to ensure that only the finest ones are used. And they’re prepared the same day they’re picked to retain the freshest flavor. We add six live active cultures to our yogurts to help keep you naturally balanced. Our exclusive probiotic culture blend, including L. rhamnosus, enhances digestion and strengthens your immune system.
We got our start as an organic farming school, which means we’ve been caring for the planet for longer than we’ve been making yogurt. Today, our organic ingredient purchases help to keep over 60,000 farm acres free of toxic, persistent pesticides and chemical fertilizers known to contaminate soil, rivers, and drinking water.
To help reduce global warming, we offset all of the C02 emissions from our facility energy use. We also started a nonprofit called “Climate Counts” which shows people how they can help fight climate change by the way they shop and invest.
With a solar array on the roof of our Yogurt Works, we generate some of the clean renewable energy we use to make our yogurt. Through reuse and recycling, we prevent hundreds of tons of waste from reaching landfills and incinerators each year. And we give 10% of our profits to efforts that help protect and restore the earth

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