Stonyfield Introduces First Organic Greek Yogurt for Kids – GIVEAWAY CLOSED

The first organic Greek yogurt for kids.

Organic yogurt use to be the exception on grocery store shelves, but Stonyfield has made it mainstream. Stonyfield, the world’s largest organic yogurt maker, has launched YoKids Greek yogurt — the first organic Greek yogurt tailored to kids’ tastes to remove the mouth puckering tang Greek yogurt is often associated with.

My toddler has grown up with Stonyfield yogurts for kids, so when Stonyfield approached me to try its new Greek yogurt, I was thrilled. My daughter eagerly finished the entire 4 oz. container. As parents know, kids don’t hide if they dislike food; the fact that she loved it made me feel confident that I had a winner. As an added plus, this yogurt is great for kids learning to self-feed as its thicker consistency makes it less likely to slide off the spoon.

YoKids Greek yogurt comes in a 4-pack of 4 oz. individual yogurt containers. It’s made with only all-natural, organic ingredients. It is also a great source of calcium and protein (6 grams!) to keep tummies feeling full. Flavors include raspberry and strawberry.

Bicultural Mama is giving away coupons to receive FREE yogurt. TWO WINNERS will be chosen. To enter, please fill in the Rafflecopter form below.

Each winner (2 total) will receive two coupons:
* 1 coupon for a FREE 4-pack of Stonyfield YoKids Greek organic yogurt
* 1 coupon for a FREE Yogurt 6-pack or Squeezers 8-pack of Stonyfield YoKids Organic Yogurt

All entries will be verified. Contest ends April 7, 2012. View Terms and Conditions for more details

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Additional information: Stonyfield is partnering with the film Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax which has a great message of caring for our environment. A Lorax-themed game, coupons, and a sweepstakes are featured on the new YoKids website at

Disclosure: Author was not compensated for this post. Author did receive coupons for free yogurt in order to review for this post. All opinions expressed are solely those of the author.