Stonyfield Farm Organic Yogurt Review & Giveaway *CLOSED*

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My kids love Stonyfield organic yogurt! We recently tried the Stonyfield 6oz yogurt cups and YoKids squeezers. Stonyfield yogurt has been so popular that the YoKids squeezers have been requested over the other tube yogurts in the fridge. I asked my kids what they thought of Stonyfield organic yogurt. LuLu said her squeezer tasted like strawberries and Monekyboy said his Cherry Vanilla cup was delicious. I liked the smooth, natural taste of the strawberry yogurt. Since we eat sooo much yogurt, it has been a nice change to offer an organic variety to the kids.

Stonyfield Farm has a long history of working to protect the environment. Stonyfield Farm began in 1983 as a farming school in New Hampshire. In the beginning, yogurt was sold as a way to fund the school. After realizing a successful yogurt company could make a greater impact on the environment, the company moved to a new location in 1988. They have been churning out delicious, organic dairy products ever since.

Stonyfield Farm produces a wide range of organic dairy products for the entire family. You can start your baby eating organic YoBaby yogurt made with whole milk, then move on to YoToddler and YoKids varieties as your child grows. Each variety is designed with kids nutritional needs at each stage of development. Parents and older children will love the traditional Stonyfield yogurt and new Oikos yogurt. However, Stonyfield Farm sells more than just yogurt. They also produce organic milk and ice cream to round out your dairy needs.

My family would definitely recommend trying Stonyfield Farm organic dairy products. We have recently switched the kids to drinking only organic milk. We hope to move more towards organic yogurt products as our grocery budget allows.

Buy It: You can purchase Stonyfield products at retailers nationwide. Make sure you print off Stonyfield coupons to keep your family eating organic for less.

Win It: Stonyfield Farms is providing one Coupon Challenge reader with 4 Free product coupons for Stonyfield 6oz yogurt cups and 4 Free product coupons for YoKids Squeezers. You must leave a separate comment for each method of entry. The mandatory entry method must be completed before any extra entries.
Winners will be selected at random. Please make sure you leave your email address with each entry. Winners will be contacted via email after the close of the giveaway. The winner will have 48 hours to respond to my email or a new winner will be selected. Entry for this giveaway will close on Saturday, October 23rd at 8pm EST.
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Disclosure: I received Stonyfield free product coupons to review and keep. No other compensation was received. All opinions are 100% my own and may differ from others. Any factual information was obtained from the company website.

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Comments

  1. WoodElves says

    I didn't know that Organic farmers have to keep such careful records and are audited.

    molly_hamley at yahoo dot com

  2. WoodElves says

    I have the Healthy Families Happy Kids button on my sidebar

    thewoodelves.blogspot.com

    molly_hamley at yahoo dot com

  3. WoodElves says

    I have the Healthy Families Happy Kids button on my sidebar

    thewoodelves.blogspot.com

    molly_hamley at yahoo dot com

  4. WoodElves says

    I have the Healthy Families Happy Kids button on my sidebar

    thewoodelves.blogspot.com

    molly_hamley at yahoo dot com

  5. WoodElves says

    I have the Healthy Families Happy Kids button on my sidebar

    thewoodelves.blogspot.com

    molly_hamley at yahoo dot com

  6. WoodElves says

    I have the Healthy Families Happy Kids button on my sidebar

    thewoodelves.blogspot.com

    molly_hamley at yahoo dot com

  7. WoodElves says

    I have the Healthy Families Happy Kids button on my sidebar

    thewoodelves.blogspot.com

    molly_hamley at yahoo dot com

  8. WoodElves says

    I have the Healthy Families Happy Kids button on my sidebar

    thewoodelves.blogspot.com

    molly_hamley at yahoo dot com

  9. WoodElves says

    I have the Healthy Families Happy Kids button on my sidebar

    thewoodelves.blogspot.com

    molly_hamley at yahoo dot com

  10. WoodElves says

    I have the Healthy Families Happy Kids button on my sidebar

    thewoodelves.blogspot.com

    molly_hamley at yahoo dot com

  11. WoodElves says

    I have the Healthy Families Happy Kids button on my sidebar

    thewoodelves.blogspot.com

    molly_hamley at yahoo dot com

  12. Mommy says

  13. Paulette says

    I learned about the Dirty Dozen fruits and veggies! Who would have thought peaches would be the worst!

    mullinsp3 at gmail dot com

  14. Post Grad says

    I learned Stonyfield Yogurt has 6 live active cultures. Thanks for doing the giveaway!
    :)
    -Leslie
    carykhepburn{at}yahoo{dot}com

  15. The NEW Mommiez Blend says

    I learned that Sugar can be used to make healthy foods more appealing. For many, a small amount of added sugar in a healthy food like yogurt makes the taste enjoyable. Otherwise, they might not eat it and get the benefits of calcium, protein, and probiotics. If you’re going have a sweetened food, it’s best to choose a naturally sweetened, healthy one. That’s why I recommend you avoid foods that contain HFCS.

    Chelle
    newmommiez at gmail dot com

  16. tina says

  17. Anonymous says

    I learned eating carbs allows the amino acid tryptophan into the brain. Tryptophan is made into the soothing neurotransmitter serotonin. When you eat carbohydrates and make more serotonin, a bad mood can disappear, at least temporarily.

    Emily N.
    emilynwins[at]gmail[dot]com

  18. Gricelda says

    I learned that organic farming is subject to a very strict manure management … what about the rest?? … my my .

  19. Anonymous says

    "Certified organic growers not only are inspected by third-party independent certifiers in order to qualify for organic certification, but they also follow strict guidelines for safe and hygienic food production. As with all food producers, they must be in compliance with local, state, and federal health standards. Pasteurization, selected use of chlorine, and other food safety practices are also allowed and followed in organic production."

    urchiken at gmail dot com

  20. Anonymous says

    I love the fact they pay the farmers to not give the cows rBST. They are sitting the bar high for other yogurt producers and doing a great job! Would love to try their yogurt and enjoy the many options they have, missysids (at) yahoo.com

  21. amy says

    I visited the Stonyfield website. I learned that organic farmers use safe, non-toxic pesticides and fertilizers to help give us non-contaminated food, drinking water,and air! They also don’t use synthetic growth hormones or antibiotics.
    creedamy at yahoo dot com

  22. Ashley says

    I learned that in order to be Certified Organic, all handlers and farmers are required to maintain an Organic Systems Plan detailing their management practices.
    reynoldsmommy at gmail dot com

  23. Little Miss Sunshine says

    I learned that "Persistent world hunger has demonstrated that agriculture alone (be it conventional or not) cannot solve food insecurity."

  24. corinne says

  25. Emy says

    I learned that babies, toddlers, and kids are more vulnerable than adults to pesticide exposure.

    alwaysaroundboys(at)gmail(dot)com

  26. maryjaco1 says

    I learned: Every farm is required to have an “Organic Systems Plan” (OSP) in place, which outlines how their specific farm, with all its unique qualities, will meet the National Organic Program (NOP) standards.

    mary@cire.com

  27. janetfaye says

    I learned:
    You can replenish and maintain a healthy balance of the beneficial bacteria in your intestine by eating a cup of our yogurt each day, with each of our servings giving you more than one billion cultures

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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