spreading more organic love.

by Janetha on April 23, 2011

in meals

giveaway is closed, thanks for entering!

hey guys!

i know i have bombarded the blog with giveaways lately. i usually don’t like to do so many in a row.  i try to have a balance between meals, moves, random rambles, serious business, dogs, family, friends, product reviews, giveaways and meaningless riffraff… but when things like earth day roll around, there is a lot of organic-ness to be given away.  who am i to say no to giving away products from solid companies? that’s what i thought.  and the fact that i am hosting my own favorite things giveaway sponsored by myself just added to the whole jumble of giveaways. oh, and there are like 3 more coming up. hope you don’t mind, i will try to scale back sometime in june…

first things first, the winner of the nature’s path trio of goods is #60:

Faith @ lovelyascharged

I recycle all of my printed documents at the office and keep my own ceramic mug at my desk instead of using paper cups each time I run up for a coffee break!

congrats, faith! send me your mailing information.

if you didn’t win the last organic giveaway, don’t feel bad.. i have another one for you right now!

oikos organic greek yogurt, made by stonyfield farms, has recently come out with a new superfruit flavor that contains raspberry, pomegranate and acaí.

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i haven’t had the chance to find it in stores yet, but as soon as i do, i will let you know how i like it.  in the meantime, oikos wants to spread the organic superfruit love to one lucky winner. here are the giveaway goods:

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–        2 free coupons for Oikos Organic Super Fruits Greek Yogurt
–        Weleda All Natural Pomegranate Firming Day Cream and Pomegranate Firming Serum
–        2 free coupons for Crofters Organic Fruit Spreads
–        Organic Pomegranate lip balm, made by Eco Lips
–        2 samples of Numi Organic Berry Black Tea (featuring organic raspberry and raspberry leaf)
–        Simply Be Well Organic Pomegranate Moisturizing Body Bar
–        RW Knudsen 32 oz Organic Just Pomegranate Juice

oiko’s wants to take a fun and light hearted approach to understanding organics! their CEO has made a fun and fantastic music video all about organics. check it out: their CE-Yo’s new music video.

now, onto the giveaway requirements…

to enter:

  • leave a comment below telling me what organic products (if any) you purchase and why buying organic is important to you. if you don’t buy organic, leave a comment stating why you don’t.
  • for an additional entry, follow oiko’s on facebook and write on their wall saying meals & moves sent you.. leave an additional comment below.

i will announce the giveaway winner in tomorrow’s post (sunday). get your entry in before then. and if you don’t, i probably will have another giveaway soon. just saying.

good luck!

xo. janetha g.

*per FTC requirements, stonyfield farms supplied items for review and giveaway. i was not paid to write this post and am not affiliated with the company.

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lauren alysse April 24, 2011 at 7:52 am

i buy organic whenever its not outrageously expensive.
its always for the dirty dozen, milk&eggs, and peanut butter :)

lauren alysse April 24, 2011 at 8:16 am

also posted on the oikos wall :)

kerry April 24, 2011 at 9:01 am

I try to buy as much organic produce as i can–apples, broccoli, spinach–and save my money by going non organic on cereals and crackers, etc. Buying fresh organic goods just seems so much better for you, you know? none of those pesticides or growth hormones going on. just pure, unadulterated food. :)

Lindsey April 24, 2011 at 9:58 am

I try to buy as much organic as I possibly can, but produce (especially apples, lettuce, grapes, and celery!), peanut butter (they get sprayed pretty heavily with pesticides conventionally), and soy (to avoid GMOs) are really important ones for me to always buy organic!

Jenn April 24, 2011 at 11:03 am

I always get organic yogurt and eggs. I swear they taste better! Love Oikos!

Alex April 24, 2011 at 2:21 pm

it’s tough to buy organic regularly (food is expensive enough in NYC), but i try to for dairy

famishedtofantastic April 24, 2011 at 3:21 pm

I try to buy as much organic produce that I can. I also always buy organic milk for my daughter.

Cheryl April 24, 2011 at 3:41 pm

I am trying to be more concious about what I am putting in my body and learning WHERE the food actually comes from. So many of our food can/is comtaminated with pestisides and poor handling… I would love to win!!

Cheryl April 24, 2011 at 3:41 pm

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