Stonyfield, in collaboration with WikiFoods, received three prestigious awards at the 2014 World Dairy Innovation Awards for its new product, Stonyfield Frozen Yogurt Pearls.
The awards were announced on 18 June 2014 at a gala event during the 8th Global Diary Congress in Istanbul, Turkey.
The Stonyfield and WikiFoods collaboration received awards for:
- Best Ice Cream or Frozen Yogurt
- Best Dairy Packaging Innovation
- Best Overall Concept.
The award ceremony, organised by FoodBev Media, celebrates excellence and innovation across every category of the global dairy industry. Those categories range from Best Cheese and Best Yogurt, to Best Dairy Drink and Best Functional Dairy Product, plus categories including brands, ingredients, packaging, design, manufacturing and processing, and sustainability.
"30 years ago, we set out to make Stonyfield a truly sustainable business, and ever since, we've led the way with innovations to reduce packaging," said Stonyfield co-founder and chairman, Gary Hirshberg. "We're honoured to accept this esteemed award that celebrates a product at the heart of our mission. Hopefully, this is just the beginning for sustainability breakthroughs in dairy and beyond."
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