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Free Reusable Cup Offer from Stonyfield FarmGood news for Stonyfield yogurt fans. This great green company is now rewarding you for buying yogurt in their convenient quart sizes with an offer to send away for a free reusable yogurt cup as well as $4.50 worth of Stonyfield and Preserve coupons

“When consumers buy our quarts instead of single-serving cups, they pay less for their yogurt, but we know that a quart is not as convenient as single-serving cups for on the go consumption,” says President and CE-Yo Gary Hirshberg. “The reusable yogurt cup gives our quart buyers the convenience of the Stonyfield 6 oz cups by providing a way to create easily transportable single servings for anywhere, anytime.”

Yogurt lovers have to buy four Stonyfield yogurt quarts through December, and mail in the foil lids (describing this offer), and they’ll receive the reusable, eight-ounce yogurt cup produced by Preserve®. Made from 100% recycled plastic, the cup is perfect for yogurt-lovers on the go, the ideal size for breakfast or a snack, with room to stir in fruit or granola.  It’s dishwasher safe, BPA-free with a screw-on lid – and it’s made in the US.

To collect your free cup simply mail clean foil lids, with name, address and phone number on an index card or 4” x 6” sheet of paper by February 28, 2010 to:

Reusable Cup Offer
PO Box 4840
Manchester, NH 03108-4840

Cups will be shipped starting in January, 2010 with delivery in 10 to 12 weeks. This offer is good only in the US, while cup supplies last, and is limited to one cup per household (to better spread the love around).

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Stonyfield Farms Pumpkin Pie YogurtI found the new special edition Stonyfield Farm Pumpkin Pie Yogurt in my Whole Foods a few weeks ago, bought four cups, and savored each one thoroughly. Well…except for the one that Chris took to work with him and then forgot in his bag all day and had to throw away. I wouldn’t make such a big deal out of his momentary lapse in memory except now I can’t find it anywhere. This makes me so sad because this new yogurt is amazing! It really does taste just like pumpkin pie. In fact, I don’t even really like pumpkin pie but I was all over this. It’s spicy, creamy, and only has 170 calories and 1.5 grams of fat per cup. I think that’s probably equal to one bite of traditional pie. Please let me know in the comments if you’ve been able to find this product in your local store. It’s scheduled to be out in the world until December 2009 and then it will go back into the Stonyfield vault to make way for a new seasonal flavor.

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