March 16th, 2015

Introducing Frozen Yogurt Pearls from Stonyfield

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About a year ago I had a few very special visitors show up at my door with a batch of Stonyfield Frozen Yogurt Pearls. I remember how excited I was to be one of the first to taste these delicious little treats before they hit the store shelves.

Stonyfield Frozen Yogurt Pearls

And now I’m thrilled to let you know that everyone can enjoy these one-of-a- kind organic frozen treats. Stonyfield Frozen Yogurt Pearls are available across New England at Whole Foods Market (except Providence store) and are located in the freezer aisle at $3.99 for two.

WHAT ARE STONYFIELD FROZEN YOGURT PEARLS?

Stonyfield Frozen Yogurt Pearls are scoops of Stonyfield’s decadent organic frozen nonfat yogurt wrapped in delicious, all natural fruit coatings. I’ve been eating Stonyfield Frozen Yogurt for many years so this was a simple transition for me.

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Here are a few things I love about the Frozen Yogurt Pearls:

  • No spoons needed-these are handheld snacks.
  • They’re only 20 calories each.
  • The packaging is genius-similar to the skin of a grape.
  • Portion controlled! No scooping required.
  • They’re organic.
  • The company that developed the protective skin is local (Cambridge, MA).

HOW DOES IT WORK?

The patent pending WikiPearl® technology creates a protective skin from natural food particles. The skin protects the yogurt from the outside, enabling it to be washed (yes, washed!), carried and handled without being damaged. This technology was invented by Harvard professor Dr. David Edwards and his Cambridge-based company WikiFoods. WikiPearl and Stonyfield were recently the proud recipients of one of TIME Magazine’s Top 25 Inventions of 2014.

THE DREAM OF STONYFIELD CO-FOUNDER 

Thirty years ago, Stonyfield co-founder Gary Hirschberg set out to make Stonyfield a truly sustainable business, and ever since, they’ve led the way with countless innovations to reduce packaging. They’ve long dreamed of the day of a truly sustainable packaging, where after you eat the yogurt, you eat the cup too. Stonyfield Frozen Yogurt Pearls, a first of its kind, takes a giant step towards truly sustainable packaging.

AVAILABLE FLAVORS

    • Peach & Vanilla
    • Coconut & Chocolate (my favorite)
    • Strawberry & Vanilla
    • Strawberry & Chocolate

LOCATIONS TO PURCHASE

Stonyfield Frozen Yogurt Pearls are available across New England at Whole Foods Market (except Providence store) and are located in the freezer aisle at $3.99 for two.

COUPON! Get 2 FOR $6

All Groovy Green Livin readers can download and print this coupon and take it into any participating Whole Foods market to get 2 packs of Pearls for $6. Save 25%! Click HERE.

I was very excited to find them at my local Whole Foods Market. Have you had a chance to try them?

 


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Disclaimer: I work in partnership with Stonyfield as a YoGetter Captain and blogger and I am compensated for my work. I did receive a sample for this review. The opinions and thoughts contained in this post are 100% mine. I only work with companies I support and think you, my readers, will like. 

5 Responses to “Introducing Frozen Yogurt Pearls from Stonyfield”

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  2. These sound amazing! I want to try both of the strawberry flavors!
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  3. OMG – I can’t wait until these make it to the Midwest!
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  4. I was lucky enough to get a sample while at Whole Foods one day – the chocloate/coconut ones and they were delicious. Unfortunately I think they are far too expensive so I don’t see myself buying them for my family unless the price comes down.

  5. Those are my favorite too Paula. Did you see that there’s a coupon for 2 packs for $6? Here’s the link: http://www.wikipearl.com/coupon

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