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Hello! I’m Anjali. I’m a board certified health coach, author, wife, mom and food lover from the SF Bay area (now living in Ann Arbor, MI!); with a passion for delicious food and a desire to make healthy eating easy, tasty and fun! Learn more about me here and stay for a while!

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New Giveaway from Stonyfield Farms!

Stonyfield Farms has long been one of my favorite companies, not just because their yogurt tastes great, is organic and all-natural (no ingredients you can’t pronounce), but also because they’re on a mission to change how we think about food in America. Stonyfield’s mission is to promote healthy and organic food, sustainability and the viability of local, family farms. So when they contacted me to do an awesome giveaway for all of you, I was thrilled to be a part of it!

This giveaway from Stonyfield Farms is for their “Summer in a Box” and Oikos Greek Yogurt.

One lucky reader will win this entire package which includes:

  • Two coupons for free Stonyfield Frozen Yogurt Bars in two delicious flavors: Gotta Have Vanilla, and After Dark Chocolate.  These bars, made with organic milk, are dipped in rich dark chocolate, and contain four live and active cultures, keeping you healthy while enjoying a sweet treat.
  • Five coupons for free Oikos Greek Yogurt: this rich, creamy yogurt is packed with protein, 100% organic and all-natural, has 6 active live cultures (for a healthy gut), is gluten-free and kosher, and is packed with Calcium and Vitamin D
  • Badger After-Sun Balm: A certified organic treat for sun-parched skin. Made with moisturizing plant butters and infused with soothing Blue Tansy and Lavender to make your skin feel smooth and leave you feeling calm.
  • Dr. Hauschka Melissa Day Cream: This new 100% natural moisturizer is perfect for combination skin.  Formulated with extracts of melissa (lemon balm), it smells like fresh squeezed lemonade.  Additionally, extracts of anthyllis, carrot, witch hazel and English daisy soothe, soften and even the complexion so shine is controlled and skin is moisturized.
  • Tom’s of Maine:  Simply White, the first and only clinically proven natural whitening toothpaste to earn an ADA seal, helps bring back the natural beauty of your smile.  The Daily Moisture Body Bar has an ultra-rich bar soap formula that contains premium moisturizing olive oil, natural vitamin E and leaves your skin clean and fresh. Beautiful Earth Deodorant works to inhibit the growth of odor-causing bacteria and its natural, refreshing fragrance helps mask odor.
  • Free coupon for Uncle Matt’s Organic Lemonade and Juices: By buying Uncle Matt’s fresh fruit and juice you’re helping more than 20 small growers that make up their family of farms. That’s one of the reasons they’re proud to be family owned and organically grown.
Stonyfield sent me this package a few days ago to try out and I have to say I absolutely love it. Oikos is definitely an amazing Greek Yogurt, and the Frozen Yogurt Bars are a delicious sweet treat that’s somewhat guilt-free.


Now the important part:

To Enter: You can enter in one of three ways –

  1. Subscribe to The Picky Eater via RSS or via email
  2. Follow me on Twitter (@pickyeaterblog)
  3. Like The Picky Eater on Facebook

Leave a comment letting me know which option above you chose along with your thoughts on what organic means to you, or how you’re incorporating organic into your summer choices. Note – if you already are a subscriber, follower, or like The Picky Eater on Facebook, just leave a comment indicating that – it will count as one entry.

This giveaway will be open until Thursday, July 28th at 11:59pm PSTI will be selecting the winner at random (via and will contact them via email. I’ll be announcing the winner on Friday, July 29th. Be sure to enter today–this giveaway is amazing!



100 responses to “New Giveaway from Stonyfield Farms!”

  1. I subscribe to Picky Eater via RSS feed and I like the Picky Eater on Facebook. Organic to me means sustainability and environmental health. I’m grateful to know there are companies out there like Stonyfield that make a commitment to the environment, and these are companies I’ll stand by

  2. Ooh! This is a GREAT giveaway! I love Stoneyfield farms and TOM’s toothpaste! I just liked you on Facebook, and to be organic in the summer I buy most of my produce from local organic farmers at the farmer’s market. Fingers crossed! I really want to win this one! 🙂

  3. I already subscribe via Google RSS.
    Thanks so much. I’m buying fruit at Farmers’ Markets and I also get a wonderful CSA farm box. Organic means humane, healthful, and safe food that respects the earth and animals.

  4. I like on FB. I love Stonyfield Farms yogurt. Typically I get the 32 oz plain yogurt but for a special treat I go for the Banilla. It is so good. I love knowing that it is good for my body but also contributing to so many good causes as well.

  5. I liked on FB! Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, and my local farmer’s market are my absolute favorites. (And I absolutely love Oikos, so yummy, and granola and fruit toppings are a plus!). I love buying local and buying organic because it just feels healthier that way. I also try to buy less and buy more often so that the produce I get is the freshest possible (I’ve been to TJ’s 3 days in a row). Organic is not only good for my body (less pesticides and such), but also better for the earth around me.

  6. I liked you on FB (alyce poalillo)

    Organic products are very important for me as I try to limit my exposure to toxic chemicals as much as possible.

  7. Liked The Picky Eater on Facebook – Organic dairy is particularly important to me as a protective measure for our environment and the health of my family, but I also try to buy organic/local fruits and veggies all summer.

  8. Nothing beats organic and the only thing better than that is local organic! I buy organic whenever possible and I know it does a body good 🙂

  9. I’m following you on twitter and as a daily subscriber.

    Nothing beats organic and the only thing better than that is local organic. I buy organic whenever possible and iknow it does a body good!

  10. I subscribe to your email! And love greek yogurt so would love to try OIKOS. I try to limit my intake of chemicals as much as possible; garden organically and buy organic as much as possible!

  11. I subscribe by email. It’s so easy to eat organic in the summertime. We buy locally grown fruits and vegetables.

  12. I like The Picky Eater on FB (Kristie Wright). I have been incorporating organic into my summer foods by trying to buy more organic fruits and vegetables.

  13. I like you on FAcebook: My FB name is A marie hj saver.
    We have been trying to eat more organic and local produce this summer. It makes me feel better feeding it to my family and that I know I am helping the earth at the same time.

  14. I did both options 1 and 2. Organic to means healthy. I try to buy products without artificial coloring, preservatives or any other nasty gunk.

  15. Liked on facebook! Stumbled upon your blog looking for a healthy falafel recipe and fell in love! Great recipes and tips throughout. I try to eat more organic in the summer by buying local and what’s in season. I go to the pick your own farms and pick POUNDS of fruit like strawberries and blueberries, and freeze half for the winter.

  16. Like you on facebook & Subscribe via email!!!
    We’re SO lucky to be in california where organic fare is plentiful compared to other parts of the country!

  17. I liked the facebook page and am now a Twitter follower for good measure! I am ALL ABOUT the organic foods- my community does a major famer’s market that I have fallen in love with. Organic just seems like a cleaner and healthier option. Also, I love Stonyfield products (even though the name always makes me think of Stonybrook, aka the hometown of the Babysitter’s Club)!

  18. I subscribe to Picky Eater via RSS feed. Here on our small farm, incorporating organic in my garden is especially important to me for the health of my family. We plant marigolds in our garden to deter pests so no spraying of any nasty stuff in our garden. Marigolds have worked for us going on 17 years now. Looking forward to enjoying more Stonyfield Farms! Thank you!

  19. My mother had a huge organic garden when we were little, and she enriched the soil with the manure from our ducks and the compost from our huge bin. She taught us to respect nature by putting good things into the earth and into our bodies. I try to choose organic products whenever I can to support those who share the same respect for the environment and our health.

  20. What organic means to me is well cared for and carefully selected food. If you choose to eat organic you are choosing a lifestyle in which you say “Yes I care about what goes into my body.”
    To incorporate organic into our lifestyle my family has our own organic garden and we participate in a local organic CSA (Community Supported Agriculture).
    I can very deeply about what my 3 children eat and they actually ONLY like Stonyfield products.
    Thanks for hosting this giveaway.

  21. Organic to me means it’s as natural as it can get’s (no junk added to it), it means it is healthy as possible and very good for you. It’s the only human foods I feed(Jacy)my parrot which means it’s very good, because I would Only give her the Best!
    I had a few mini strokes last summer and because of that I changed my lifestyle to Healthy! and eating healthy foods like these has helped my health so much… so I feed it to me too, but it means if im eating healthy I can share it with her, which means a lot.

  22. Organic means that I don’t have to worry about the chemicals in food affecting the way my daughters develop. I can sit back and enjoy the food the way it was meant to be enjoyed.

  23. I follow you RSS through this email address (MyYahoo!). To me, organic means eating the best of the best and truly eating from the earth.

  24. i liked your page on facebook under “Augustine S.”. Organic to me is: clean food in, clean fuel out. It helps me maintain a clean-flowing system.

  25. Follow on Twitter as wolverina401. I typically find that organic choices send my grocery bill way over budget but I definitely make it known to my organic gardening friends that I am happy to take surplus!

    wolverina401 at gmail dot com

  26. I just “Like”d you on Facebook! To me, organic means being mindful of where your food and body products come from and deliberately choosing what to put in or on your body. It means thinking about the processes that brought the food to your table, the shampoo to your shower or the clothes to your closet and making choices that agree with your value system.

  27. i am following on twitter(@trixie420247). I am growing a lot of my own produce this summer and going to farmer’s markets for produce that I want but dont grow.

  28. follow via gfc, organic doesn’t mean a whole lot to me, if it’s on sale for a similar price, I buy it, if not, then I buy the other stuff

  29. like pickyeater on FB
    betty dennis

    I find that organic options are more available now and the price does not break the budget like it used to. One of our regular groceries claims they have organic options in every aisle. I regularly have organic meats, veggies and of course stonyfield products in my grocery cart.

  30. I follow you on twitter and organic, for me means, going local. I shop at the local farmers market- which usually confines to an “organic” lfestyle (like to additives and stuff like that). Especially this summer, with this economy, I feel like it’s important to support our farmers.

  31. Thanks for the giveaway…following YOU via Twitter: @brianpiero

    …we are growing vegetables in containers on our patio, and we shop at a local farmers market for organic produce each week !

    senorpiero [at] yahoo [dot] com

  32. I’m an email subscriber.
    To me organic means a healthier choice in food for my family. Growing fruits and vegetables without using chemicals that could harm my family and the earth is a positive choice that more companies should make.

  33. i followed you on twitter (autumn398) – and i use mostly all organic foods for both of my sons!

    autumn398 @

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