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Watch them grow with DAN-o-nino!

To help promote a healthy future, we have to help our trees and our kids grow big and strong. That's why AMERICAN FORESTS is teaming up with Dannon for Seeds for Growth--a fun, educational program that gives parents and kids the opportunity to help plant trees when they enjoy nutritious Dan-o-nino dairy snacks.

Dan-o-nino makes growing up fun with lots of delicious flavors kids love, like strawberry-banana, vanilla, and peach. Moms will love that it's power-packed with twice the calcium of leading kids' yogurts and contains Vitamin D. * Dan-o-nino has no artificial colors, flavors, or high fructose corn syrup.

Now, every specially marked package is also packed with free seeds for parents and their kids to plant and watch as they grow right in the cup! Plus, when they enter a code found under the label at by 8/1/2011, they can plant and care for a virtual tree that will grow bigger every time they come back to the site. Once the virtual tree is fully grown, AMERICAN FORESTS will plant a real live tree! Dannon hopes to provide a maximum donation of 300,000 trees with a guaranteed minimum of 30,000.

Help kids and up to 300,000 trees grow by telling friends about Seeds for Growth! To learn more, visit or look for specially marked packages of Dannon[R] Dan-o-nino[TM] dairy snacks at stores in your area.

* Contains 1g of saturated fat per 1.76 oz. (50g) container. Contains 81% DV protein and 30% DV vitamin D per 8 oz. (225g), 10% more of the DV of calcium than leading kids' yogurts. Danonino: 155mg (20% DV) of calcium, Leading Kids' Yogurt: 70mg (8% DV) of calcium per 1.76 oz.

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Title Annotation:CLIPPINGS; Dannon for Seeds for Growth
Publication:American Forests
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jan 1, 2011
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