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AAFES, Unilever promote ‘Salute to Clean Sweepstakes’

BY DSN STAFF

DALLAS — Shoppers at Army & Air Force Exchange Service stores are being encouraged to think clean this summer as part of a promotion involving Unilever.

The global consumer products company is offering a “Salute to Clean Sweepstakes,” in which customers eligible to shop at AAFES stores can enter to win a $1,000 gift card.

“Exchange shoppers can really clean up this summer,” said AAFES chief of staff Col. Thomas Ockenfels.

The deadline for entry to win one of the 15 gift cards is July 19.

Those eligible to shop at AAFES stores include National Guard, Reserve, military retirees, active duty personnel, and their authorized family members.

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Stonyfield adds two new flavors to frozen Greek yogurt lineup

BY Allison Cerra

LONDONDERRY, N.H. — Stonyfield has bolstered its line of organic Oikos frozen Greek yogurt.

Stonyfield said its lineup has expanded to include peach mango and superfruits flavors, which tout zero fat and 100 calories per serving The two flavors join a lineup that includes chocolate, vanilla, honey and blueberry. The frozen Greek yogurt is available at stores nationwide.

"It takes a lot of willpower to turn down ice cream during the sizzling days of summer, so Stonyfield has crafted organic Oikos frozen Greek yogurt to be guilt-free without sacrificing flavor or creaminess," Stonyfield nutritionist Mary Kennedy said. "Now people don’t have to swap taste for health — with Stonyfield organic frozen Greek yogurt, everything that’s good about ice cream is available in a frozen yogurt. This dessert packs in protein instead of calories."

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Pinnacle Foods boosts Farmer’s Garden by Vlasic line of pickles

BY Allison Cerra

PARSIPPANY, N.J. — Pinnacle Foods has extended a line under its Vlasic pickle brand.

New Farmer’s Garden by Vlasic only touts real ingredients — no artificial coloring or flavoring, as well as no corn syrup — to deliver a great-tasting pickle with authentic flavor and maximum crunch, the company said. The extended line will include deli style halves, bread and butter chips, zesty garlic chips, kosher dill halves and kosher dill spears.

"You can see the authentic goodness packed inside every jar — fresh cucumbers and whole garlic, crunchy carrots and peppers, and natural herbs and spices that deliver a crunchy, flavorful and homemade-quality pickle," Pinnacle Foods SVP marketing Andy Reichgu said. "We are confident consumers will absolutely love Farmer’s Garden by Vlasic pickles, and will find them to be the perfect ingredient to make their sandwich or meal extra special. They are also delicious as a snack straight out of the jar."

Farmer’s Garden by Vlasicpickles are available in 26-oz. jars with a suggested retail price of $3.99.

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