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Monday, October 18, 2010 

Stonyfield Yogurt unveils new cup

and it's not petroleum based. It's made of corn.

A lot goes into a package of yogurt, apparently.

And I don't mean the yogurt. I mean the package.

Last week, New Hampshire organic yogurt maker Stonyfield Farm unveiled new cups, ones that industry experts say put them at the top of the packaging game.

The cups, used for their multipacks, are plant-based, not petroleum-based.

The specific plant is corn - GreenSpace Philadelphia Inquirer

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