Whole Foods Giveaway: Wallaby Organic Greek Yogurt
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Whole Foods Giveaway: Wallaby Organic Greek Yogurt

Posted on Thursday, January 17th, 2013 at 2:39 pm
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If you’ve made a commitment to eating a healthy diet in the new year, you should definitely add some Greek yogurt to your diet (if you haven’t already). Greek yogurt is high in protein, calcium, and stomach-friendly probiotics.

In honor of helping you stick to your health goals, Whole Foods is giving away an entire case of Greek yogurt from Wallaby Organic. Simply visit the Whole Foods blog and leave a comment explaining your favorite way to enjoy Greek yogurt. Whether you like to top it with berries or granola, mix in a little honey, or just eat it plain, your response could end up earning you this indulgent treat! Responses must be received by January 22nd at 11:59 PM CDT.

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