Peeled Snacks – Giveaway

January 17, 2011

Mishy enjoying her pine-4-Pineapple Peeled Snack

We just got samples of Peeled Snacks in the mail today. Mishy was very excited to taste them. She tried all of the six varieties – Cherry-go-round, pine-4-Pineapple, much-ado-about-Mango, Banan-a-peel, Apricot-a-lot & Apple-2-the-core. Her favorite was pine-4-Pineapple, a close second was Apricot-a-lot, followed ever so closely by Apple-2-the-core – well, frankly, she loved them all and she really has a worldly palette – having traveled around the world and a half in her 2.11 years of life. I do trust her palette because there have been any times when she would try something first and tell me it’s delicious or not and sometimes when it’s not, I’ll still eat it, but she won’t. (That was the case for dinner tonight.) The dried fruit in Peeled Snacks Organic variety pack are incredibly fresh, full of flavor, sulfate free and organic. My favorite is Cherry-go-round. (I didn’t get a chance to try the pine-4-Pineapple because Mishy ate it all because I could even ask for one.) I also like much-ado-about-Mango, Apricot-a-lot – well, I too like all of the flavors and I am sure I would have liked pine-4-Pineapple as well.

Our Peeled Snack Organic Variety Sampler which was quickly opened and eaten! You've got several more life long customers now.

They come in colorful convenient packs which are perfectly portable and yes – when we are traveling and I need a snack, I will buy these – especially when we are in the airport and there are very limited healthy food options. That is one of the reasons why I am glad there are Starbucks at airports – I can always get a herbal ice tea when I am craving something refreshing, not sweetened, and healthy. Now, I will grab a pack of Peeled Snacks or two or three for my journey.

Peeled Snacks are 100% all natural tasty treats of dried fruit and dried fruit and nut mixes with no added sugar or fat. They’ve been featured in O Magazine, Family Circle, Self, Gluten Free Living, Good Housekeeping, Rachel Ray Magazine among others. Good Housekeeping magazine choose Peeled Snacks as a healthy kid-friendly snack “a perfect alternative if your child is tired of raisins — contain one serving of real fruit each and no added sugar or oils. ” They are available at all Starbucks in Canada and the U.S. and I have the pleasure of being able to giveaway an  “Organic Fruit Picks Variety Pack” to the winner – this contains 12 individual snacks. Theses have a retail value of $23.99

The giveaway  is for US addresses only.  You may also find them on Facebook, Twitter, and their website.

http://www.facebook.com/Peeled

http://twitter.com/PeeledSnacks

http://www.peeledsnacks.com/

http://www.starbucks.com/

To enter, please make a comment. If you like them on Facebook, you will get an additional entry. If you follow them on Twitter, you will get another entry. If you click on to their website, you will get another entry. If you click on to Starbucks’ website, you will get one more entry  – which means you can have up to four entries! (Please comment separately for additional entries.)

Good luck! The contest ends midnight, Feb. 1st, 2011.

UPDATE: Congratulations, Marie. You’ve won the organic sampler pack!

I just got off the phone with Ramona, Director of Educational Programs at Field Trips 4 Kids, and she’s given me 2 tickets to giveaway for their 12Noon show of New Shanghai Circus on Friday, January 28th. All shows are presented at Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza 2100 Thousand Oaks Boulevard at Dallas Drive Thousand Oaks, California (Map).

Back by Popular Demand!

New Shanghai Circus

Presented by Community Educational Entertainment, Inc.

Two Shows: Friday, January 28, 2011 at 10AM and 12:00Noon

Tickets: $10 for groups of 15 or more, $14 for individuals

Appropriate for all ages. The show runs 1 hour and there is free parking.

For more than twenty-seven centuries Shanghai Acrobats have been thrilling audiences, making it the “longest running” folk art form in history. In China, acrobats are revered in much the same way ballerinas and opera singers are in the West. The Shanghai Acrobats represent the best of this honored tradition, mixing award winning acrobatics, traditional dance, spectacular costumes and ancient and contemporary theatrical techniques to present a show of breathtaking skill and spellbinding beauty.

Study guide available (.pdf format)

Order your tickets

Visit them on Facebook and like them:

http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001758444645

http://fieldtrips4kids.com/

To enter the giveaway, please leave a comment! If you like them on Facebook, leave another comment and you will have an additional entry. If you visit their website, leave another comment and you will gain one more entry. Good luck. The contest closes on midnight, January 21st, 2011.

Congratulations, Clara! I’ve emailed you to let you know the won the pair of tickets.