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B Corp Companies- Congrats Stonyfield

Congrats to Stonyfield for becoming B-Corp certified

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As you know, I’ve been working with Stonyfield for the past 5 years and have loved getting to know the company. They are passionate about healthy food, healthy people, and a healthy planet- so becoming B Corp certified totally made sense with their mission.

What does that mean exactly to be B Corp Certified?

B Corps are for-profit companies certified by the nonprofit B Lab to meet rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency. It is about creating better business practices and being held accountable. It is about being the change.

A company must maintain a score of over 80 to keep their B Corp certification. This is what B Lab looks at when determining the score:

This is Stonyfield’s highlights of their score:

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Currently there are over 1,600 B Corp Certified companies. Stonyfield was recently added to the list alongside many of their friends- including Preserve, King Arthur, Purely Elizabeth, Method, pukka, Pete & Gerry’s Organics.

To celebrate their achievement, Yo-Getters were sent a box of goodies from fellow B Corp Companies!

And Stonyfield sent their NEW Grassfed Greek Yogurt that is OMG!

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Especially paired with Purely Elizabeth’s ancient grain granola! You can learn more about B Certified Companies here.

 *I AM PART OF THE STONYFIELD YOGETTERS GROUP OF BLOGGERS AND RECEIVE COMPENSATION AND PRODUCTS AS PART OF THE PROGRAM. MY OPINION IS NOT INFLUENCED IN ANY WAY
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