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Ocean Spray Fruit Flavored Snacks Yum!

Hi Neighbors!

Here is something that became a big hit in my family!  They are actually asking for them throughout the day!  Ocean Spray Fruit Flavored Snacks are my children's snack of choice right now.  We received 6 boxes of the snacks, 3 assorted fruit and 3 Berries & Cherries.  Ocean Spray Fruit Flavored Snacks are made with real fruit juice and contain 100% of our daily value of vitamin C.  They contain 80 calories and are gluten and fat free. And they have Double Box Tops available year round.

When my box arrived I received offers over and over, "Mom, I will try them for you!".  Amazing!  They don't volunteer like that for chores!  Each box comes with 10 pouches of the fruit flavored snacks.  Perfect for packing in lunches or taking on a trip.  A perfect after lunch snack, at least in my home it is.  I can tell these will be added to my grocery list.  I do have to say though that the cherries seem to be the favorite. 

Fruit shaped.

School break snack!

Even he likes them!

4 neighbors will each receive 6 boxes of Ocean Spray Fruit Flavored Snacks. (3 of each flavor).

“Disclosure: Ocean Spray® Fruit Flavored Snacks, information, and giveaway have been provided by Ocean Spray® through MyBlogSpark.”

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Amy W. said…
I think they should try strawberry. cwitherstine at zoominternet dot net
I think cranberry
Ashley H said…
pineapple or coconut sounds good!
Karla S said…
orange pineapple would be nice.
ksceviour at hotmail dot com
Darlene said…
They should try banana
ShellyH said…
GFC follower. I would love to have a strawberry pear or a strawberry mango flavor.

Ravish30 at aol dot com
andrea v said…
Lemon and lime sounds good
Vickers at comcast dot net
Anonymous said…
Hmmm...what about blueberry? That would be good! :)

christinaalmond at gmail dot com
Shaky Mommy said…
Tropical Fruits! Mango, papaya, kiwi, pineapple
Lexiquin said…
Don't you think Pomegranate would be delicious? I just bought a box of Assorted the other day and I love them! Thanks for the giveaway.
Belinda M said…
I think it would be great as a pineapple flavour


belinda mcnabb
rubynreba said…
Banana would be good.
Tammy Dalley said…
I think they should try strawberry banana, something with a twist

dalleykt at live dot ca
Kristen said…
I think Orange Pineapple would be yummy.
Unknown said…
I would like kiwi strawberry
Tawnya said…
I would like a tropical flavor!
Unknown said…

christinejessamine at hotmail dot com
Shelly Peterson said…
blueberry or cranberry
Coolestmommy said…
I think a Strawberry-Kiwi or a Watermelon would be nice.

coolestmommy2000 at gmail dot com
CathyH said…
Papaya, maybe with coconut!
Wanda McHenry said…
I'd say Blueberry-Lemon!

Wanda McHenry
Wanda McHenry said…
Follow GFC

Wanda McHenry
Barbara R. said…
Pomegranate...would be yummy and Ocean Spray should try next for their Fruit Flavored Snacks.

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