I am a Stonyfield Blogger. This month Stonyfield provided me with a $50 gift card to pay it forward this holiday season (as if I couldn’t love them any more!). #StonyfieldBlogger
While the month of December is often filled with tons of holiday cheer, it can be difficult for those in our community that struggle to put food on the table. As a health-minded individual, I am constantly thinking about the food I eat and what I provide for my family. It’s no secret that sometimes it can be more expensive to eat a healthy diet. When money is tight, like really tight, sacrifices are made.
This holiday season, with the help of Stonyfield, I will be giving back in the form of natural and organic products for our local food pantry– The Falmouth Service Center. I strongly believe that healthy, natural and organic foods should be accessible to every person in this country. It shouldn’t be a privilege reserved for those who can afford it; rather it should be a right.
Nothing made me more happy than to head to my local grocer and purchase a variety of non-perishable items thanks to a gift card from Stonyfield. If you aren’t familiar with their brand, I can tell you that they are a company that not only talks the talk, but walks the walk.
“Organic farming has always been at the heart of our Earth-friendly yogurt business, but we take it further with our sustainable business practices. At Stonyfield, we don’t have a green team, we are a green team.”
Having worked with Stonyfield for several years, I can confirm that this is a mission that is prevalent in EVERYTHING they do– from the products they produce to their packaging to their promotional items.
This morning I will be popping over to drop off this bag of goodies including Annie’s macaroni and cheese, Nature’s Path cereals and Pacific soups. I am so excited to provide some options for those families out there that are having trouble putting healthy food on the table.
How are you giving back this holiday season?