After meeting Robyn O’Brien, author of The Unhealthy Truth recently, I’ve been inspired to make a change in my own family’s relationship with food. I hope you don’t mind me sharing my experiences on our family’s food journey.
Save on Stonyfield Organics
Eating organic can get pricey pretty quickly. I’m excited to share a few new ways to save on Stonyfield products.
#1: Stonyfield Contest: Win high-value coupons and more
Enter your information in the “Get Your Square” for your chance to win free milk and high-value coupons. Once you sign up, check your e-mail for a $1.50/1 coupon for a half-gallon Stonyfield Organic milk.
Each week, two winning squares will be chosen. One lucky winner will receive FREE Stonyfield milk and Dancing Deer cookies and another lucky winner will receive free Stonyfield organic Half & Half and Equal Exchange Coffee.
Plus, since 5,000 people have already signed up, the grand prizes have also been opened up and everyone is eligible to win. Grand prize includes 12 free Stonyfield Milk coupons, 12 free Half & Half coupons, 70 Cookie Sampler Pack from Dancing Deer and a Crowd Pleaser Gift Basket from Equal Exchange. There are three available to win.
#2: Join MyStonyfield Rewards and collect points
Register for their FREE rewards program today and start collecting points. Look for points on specially marked Stonyfield products. Enter those codes in your online Rewards account and redeem for rewards, including FREE yogurt and more. All rewards ship for free.
Another way to collect points once you’re a MyStonyfield Rewards member is to Tell-A-Friend about Stonyfield. You’ll receive 1 point for each friend who signs up (up to a maximum of 5 points).
#3: Follow them on Facebook for the latest offers
Like Stonyfield Farm on Facebook to download high-value coupons.
#4: Share the “Just Eat Organic” video
Watch the “Just Eat Organic” video (it’s not often you see a CEO rapping about organic food). It’s worth the few minutes. Then share with friends and you’ll get a coupon by e-mail.
Catch up on all our past What We Eat posts here:
- #1: Processed foods: A lot to process
- #2: Progress, not perfection
- #3: Picky preschoolers and other obstacles
- #4: Organic milk and ways to save.
- #5: Picky preschooler: An update
There’s certainly a lot to process about the idea of processed foods. I hope you don’t mind me sharing my thoughts as I start our family’s journey to a healthier life. We’re starting small — we already have a picky preschooler, so we’ll be taking baby steps. I’d love it if you joined in with your thoughts and experiences as well.