Happy fake Friday to me! I’m so happy today is my last day this week…I’m ready for days full of laughter, food, and family.
I had to put together some random stuff for lunch today – I did not pack anything last night and didn’t have much to choose from this morning, so I just grabbed what I could and hoped it would taste good!
- Leftover roasted acorn squash + eggplant
- Leftover roasted sweet potato
- Spicy hummus
Plus an apple!
Not the best planned lunch ever, but I didn’t want to waste any of this food.
I’m going to have a busy afternoon, finishing up things before heading out of town for a few days, but I did want to share this awesome promotion from Stonyfield Farm.
We are now rewarding our consumers for buying our yogurt in quarts with a free reusable yogurt cup!
“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 our 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 just 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 made 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.
Consumers will also get $4.50 worth of Stonyfield and Preserve coupons along with the cup.
Our recycling partner since 2000, Preserve uses innovative methods to turn used materials (including used Stonyfield yogurt cups) into stylish, useful household products like toothbrushes, colanders, cutting boards and tableware. Preserve products are 100% recycled and recyclable too.
Consumers can 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).
Who doesn’t need a cup to carry yogurt in? I know I do. I would much rather buy the bigger tubs of yogurt so I don’t waste so much material, but some containers just don’t work well for yogurt.
What’s your favorite yogurt? Do you like flavored or plain?