Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Newman's Own Organic Giveaway

Welcome to the Newman's Own Organic Giveaway!

Our family was delighted to try several great products from Newman's Own Organics, 
you can read all about our taste testing.
Now, I have selected 4 of our top favorites:
Newman-O's
Pretzel Rounds
Sour Licorice
Signature Series Chocolate

 
If you would love to try our favorites for yourself, just enter the giveaway! 
Open to US residents 18 and older.
Use the simple Rafflecopter form below, and don't forget to come back to get your daily bonus entries! 
Good Luck!
a Rafflecopter giveaway

27 comments:

  1. We eat some organic food, but not a lot because they are expensive.

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  2. Sometimes we do eat organic foods. Thank you. Jerri Davis

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  3. We don't eat Organic as much as I like because it's so expensive

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  4. We eat a little, I'm trying harder to, but they are indeed very expensive and it's not always possible.

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  5. We eat some organic food when the price is right. I do look for natural alternatives too.

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  6. We eat some organic food, especially dairy products.

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  7. I may try some of these items. They sound good! (Also wanted to say I LOVE the new background on your page Beck!)

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  8. We eat some organic .Grocery budget is tight and most organic products are too expensive.

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  9. I buy everything on the "dirty dozen" list organic, and all soy products
    Ttrockwood@yahoo.com

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  10. amy guillaume lindermanSeptember 20, 2012 at 9:37 AM

    yes..i hate the thought of my kids eating chemicals

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  11. Yes we do as much as we can afford to.

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  12. Yes, when we can afford to, especially the "dirty dozen".

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  13. We eat Organic food as much as possible because it tastes better and is better for us.

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  14. No, I think it's just because I'm not that educated about the benefits but I am doing my research.

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  15. i dont buy organic foods because i cant afford it!

    velvetelvis46@yahoo.com

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  16. Nope, because it is expensive and I can;t tell the difference

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  17. It depends on the food. With many fruits and veggies we do as long as the price isn't totally outrageous. Strawberries, grapes, blueberries, spinach, and broccoli are usually ok priced as organics. Don't with things like bananas-- you peel them anyway!
    thanks
    A marie hj saver

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  18. We grow much of our own food, buy locally from farmers, and try to eat organic when it is reasonably priced

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  19. we just started eating organic a few months ago,because it is healthier for you!!!

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  20. I love organic food. I cant handle the yucky stuff cause of my asthma and heart disease.

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  21. We eat as much organic food as we can because of my allergies. I am allergic to several antibiotics and medications. We are also wary of the pesticides used by conventional growers as well as hormones given to livestock, and genetically modified foods.
    Lisa Hackney
    yankssssrule08 at yahoo dot com

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  22. Some things we eat organic, but it is not in our budget to do everything organic (although we are blessed with cow/vegetable farmers in our family to help us eat healthy foods!)
    petchk79@gmail.com

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  23. Yes, my family eats mainly organic foods. We have for over 20 years....way before it became more mainstream. For those times in between making my own baby food, I used to order organic baby food from California when my first child was born 21 years ago because you could not find organic baby food on the East Coast at that time.

    I was fortunate to have met a group of people when I was in my teens that were informed and knowledgeable about organic foods. I read everything I could find on organics and the reasons why they were important....you have to remember there wasn't internet at that time, so it meant finding information through libraries and knowledgeable people that happened to have information from other countries or out west and were willing to share their reading materials with others.

    As my children are becoming adults they are recognizing how much work and dedication it took for me to provide them with homemade and organic foods when they were young. It wasn't always easy for them when they were the only one at their lunch table with these strange foods packed by their mom. Now, they all have an appreciation and understanding that most of their friends do not about the importance of eating "whole, organic, non-genetically modified foods".

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  24. I eat a little but not much.
    Kathy Ross
    kathyross75@yahoo.com

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