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Review of Ocean Spray Fruit Flavored Snacks (Giveaway)

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My kids love fruit-flavored snacks (and I admit to liking them, too.)  The problem is that we can't always decide on the snack; my kids like them more gummy and chewy, while I like them more tangy and smooth in texture.  We decided after trying the Ocean Spray Fruit Flavored Snacks, however, that these were something we all could agree on.

The snacks come in two flavors: Assorted Fruit and Berries & Cherries.  In addition , they are:
  • †Made with real fruit juice and natural colors* and flavors.
  • 80 calories, gluten free and contain 100% of the Daily Value of Vitamin C.
  • Available with year round Double Box Tops.
I like the tart and tangy taste of these snacks.  My son is so addicted to them that we have to hide the boxes way up high in the cupboard.
Actual serving size of one pouch
Big kids may need two, but these are perfect for tucking into a diaper bag and into bagged lunches for a special treat!

You can find out more about the Ocean Spray brand at their Facebook page, or their website, or on Twitter!

Wanna Save?  Use this link to get a printable coupon good for $1.00 of the purchase of two!

Wanna Win?   We are giving (4) four lucky readers a prize pack of 6 total boxes (3 of each flavor.) To be entered to win, just comment on this post with which flavor you think you'd like best. You have until January 30th to get your entries in! You may enter every day. (Please answer the question for the first entry. Each entry after that can be "enter me.") Open to U.S. residents 18+.

BONUS ENTRY: Get an extra entry by Following Us on Facebook! (Comment to let us know you follow.)

*Ocean Spray® Fruit Flavored Snacks, information, and giveaway have been provided by Ocean Spray® through MyBlogSpark.

*colors from natural sources

†These Fruit Flavored Snacks are made with apple, pear, and cranberry juice concentrate. See package for a list of complete ingredients. They are not intended to replace fruit in the diet.

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