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Stonyfield Farms Yogurt

24 February 2008 - 05:43 PM

Hey guys,

I just happened to check out the Stonyfield Farms website (I couldn't find the kind i used to buy and wanted to see whether it was still available) and i found this link:

Certified Gluten Free

Apparently, they have (finally) completed their gluten-free certification process and now ALL of their yogurts are gluten-free! I for one am ecstatic, as I am not a huge fan of plain yogurt and this has always been my favorite brand.


04 April 2007 - 04:06 PM

So i walk into starbucks today and the first thing i see in that little case of treats is a gluten-free Brownie called the Aztec Ancho Chili Brownie (random!) It was in the case with the rest of the pastries - wasnt touching anything but i was still a little hesitant (and not hungry). Anyway, has anyone tried it? This was in Midtown NYC. Seems like a strange flavor and i dont know if it is any good, but i was thinking if Starbucks is carrying gluten free, it really has become mainstream...


04 March 2007 - 05:11 PM

Sorry if this has already been posted, i was away this weekend, but i just read that Risotteria was shut down by the health department??? Does anyone know what's going on? I was there the other day and had a great meal, as always...but that area apparently is getting slammed by the health department ever since the taco bell rat fiasco a few weeks ago. I just heard that John's (the pizza place) and Risotteria were shut down temporarily. I hope they figure it all out soon, i cant live without my risotto!!!

On a more positive note, has anyone been there on a Thursday lately? Apparently on thursdays they have sicilian pizza and eggplant parmesan! I cant wait to go!!! (assuming they work out their issues with the DOH) :unsure:

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