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Stonyfield Farm

Posted on Tuesday, March 12th, 2013 at 3:25 pm
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Stonyfield Farm actually began as a farming school that taught sustainable agriculture practices. They began selling yogurt to fund the school. Eventually, they learned that selling yogurt nationwide could raise more awareness about organic and sustainable farming practices than the school could, so they put all of their energy into yogurt production. Today, Stonyfield Farm keeps hundreds of family farms in business and over 200,000 acres of land pesticides and chemicals. They have also expanded their product line to produce various yogurt varieties such as Greek or Fruit on the Bottom. Stonyfield also offers other organic dairy products like milk, cream and frozen ice cream novelties.

Stonyfield Farms is committed to green and sustainable business practices. The company even uses their lids to educate their customers on nonprofit environmental efforts, farming and health issues, and any other issues or events they find important.

A 32 oz. tub of Stonyfield Farms Organic Yogurt sells for around $5. Prices may vary in individual stores. Visit the official Stonyfield Farms website for more information on their products. Stonyfield Farms operates out of Londonderry, New Hampshire

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