Frequently Asked Questions

Nutrition
Does Stonyfield make a yogurt that is dairy-free for people who are lactose intolerant or who have milk allergies?
Yes. Stonyfield O’Soy soy yogurt, made from soymilk, is certified vegan. It's perfect for those looking for a lactose-free, non-dairy source of calcium and protein; and for people who want a delicious way to enjoy the nutritional benefits of soy.
How can I figure out calcium content in milligrams rather than percentages for Stonyfield yogurt?
Calcium is the easiest value to figure out on the label. The Daily Value (DV) for Calcium is 1000 mg so simply multiply 1000 by the percent listed on the label. If a label says there is 30%, it means there is 300 mg of calcium. 25% is 250 mg. That's true with any label.
Are your products made without Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs)?
At Stonyfield, we're committed to producing foods without the use of GMOs as part of our commitment to choosing the best organic ingredients so we can offer you the healthiest food possible. Organic standards do not allow the use of GMOs and our farmer-partners continue to be vigilant on the farm to minimize the possibility of contamination from farms that do use GMO seeds. We know that for consumers demanding the highest quality food products that are produced without GMOs, organic remains the safest bet – and we're working hard to ensure it stays that way. We are as passionate about organic food free of toxic persistent pesticides and GMOs as you and we hope you'll join us in raising your voice to demand the labeling of products produced with GMOs. Visit http://justlabelit.org/ and tell the FDA that you believe you have the right to know what's in your food.