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Whole Soy

Posted on Monday, October 8th, 2012 at 11:37 am
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Whole Soy is committed to delivering top-quality, delicious, dairy-free yogurts the whole family can enjoy. All of Whole Soy’s products are made using certified organic soybeans that are free from genetically modified organisms. They also use a chemical-free soybean processing system. Whole Soy also tries to source locally owned fruits whenever possible. They remain dedicated to their community and to their employees. Whole Soy employees are paid fair, livable wages and offers full health coverage to all of their employees. They work with several nonprofit organizations and have donated millions of dollars to charities. All of Whole Soy’s packaging is BPA free and is recyclable in areas that accept #5 containers. They also work with an organization called Preserve that makes toothbrushes out of recycled plastic.

Individual cups of Whole Soy yogurt fall into the $2.00 to $4.00 price range. Prices may vary in individual stores. Visit the official Whole Soy website for more information on where you can find any of their products in a store near you. Whole Soy operates out of San Francisco, California.

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