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Twenty-Five Individuals Honored by Yoplait(R) for Making Extraordinary Strides in the Fight Against Breast Cancer
Date:3/18/2008

Hawaii

Mary Ellen Scherl, Tenafly, N.J. Roberta Levy Schwartz, Houston,

Tex.

Peggie D. Sherry, Tampa, Fla. Carrie Wells, New York, N.Y.

Neel Stallings, Charlotte, N.C.

The 25 Yoplait Champions were selected based on the following criteria:

-- Demonstrates a strong and sustained commitment to the breast cancer

cause, including a personal sacrifice

-- Illustrates a creative and innovative concept that furthers the goal of

fighting breast cancer

-- Taking a creative and/or innovative approach to furthering the goals of

fighting breast cancer

-- Impact others' lives and/or the community

-- Creates change(s) in their communities

To commemorate this honor, Yoplait will donate $1,000 to each Champion's charity of choice focused on the breast cancer cause. For more information on the 2008 Yoplait Champions, visit http://www.yoplait.com.

Yoplait commissioned the national search with Susan G. Komen for the Cure as an integral partner during fall 2007. Between September 18 and November 6, 2007, Yoplait accepted online nominations at http://www.yoplait.com.

About Yoplait

For more than 18 years, Yoplait has been committed to raising awareness of women's issues, including breast cancer, heart health, osteoporosis prevention and fitness. To date, Yoplait and its parent company General Mills have donated more than $18 million to the breast cancer cause over the past 9 years. In addition to the Save Lids to Save Lives campaign, Yoplait is a member of Susan G. Komen for the Cure's Million-Dollar Council and is the National Series Presenting Sponsor of the Komen Race for the Cure(R), the largest series of 5K run and fitness walks in the world. Visit

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