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GIVEAWAY: Nature's Path Organic Gift Pack! (US) -CLOSED-


When I met my husband he was on a diet of cereal and  Is he a vegetarian?  no...just not a cook.  Plus at the time he was re-doing his kitchen so he didn't even have a  Anyway Nature's Path Organic is one of our staples now.  We (even the kids) love it!  I especially liked the Pumpkin Spice granola bars.  Anything with pumpkin seeds in it is a winner in my book. :)  We were able to try the following and all are excellent:

Crunchy Maple Sunrise delivers an organic blend of corn, rice, flax, quinoa, buckwheat and amaranth.   It is a sweet and nutritious option for those avoiding gluten, but don’t worry, with yummy maple flavor, there’s plenty of great taste for everyone at the breakfast table!

Nature’s Path Love Crunch is the perfect marriage between the whole grain goodness of flax granola; the sweetness of strawberries and the tartness of raspberries; and the decadence of coconut and dark chocolate chunks.  Inspired by a true-life love story and philanthropic endeavor, Love Crunch was created by Arjan Stephens, son of Nature’s Path’s founder, and his wife, Rimjhim as a wedding favor for those who helped celebrate their marriage.  In lieu of wedding gifts, the two asked guests volunteer in their communities.  Now a limited edition cereal sold at Whole Foods, for every box of Love Crunch sold, Nature's Path will donate $1 – up to $25,000 – to the Whole Planet Foundation to help empower poor women around the world to lift themselves and their families out of poverty.

Pumpkin-n-Spice Granola Bars are a flavorful organic snack option sure to satisfy any craving with mineral-rich roasted pumpkin seeds, Omega-3 rich flaxseeds and a dash of cinnamon.  Proving good things really do come in small packages; the new bars are packaged in a more sustainable box with 36% less cardboard, saving 472,000 gallons of water and 46 tons of waste yearly. 

Right now Nature's Path Organic is giving away a year's supply to a lucky winner who tells them what they are doing to leave the earth better than they found it.   Winner will be chosen 4/29!

Nature's Path Organic Foods is giving away the above Gift pack! US only

Here's how to win:

1.  Visit Nature's Path Organic Blog leave a comment stating you either entered the year's supply contest or state something you like about Nature's Path Organic.


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Giveaway will end Tuesday May 10th at Midnight MST.  Winner will be chosen by  I was given the above products to review, no other compensation was received.  All opinions are my own.  All information gathered for the giveaway will be discarded when over.  Your privacy is important. 


Autumn said…
Well, it's quite simple...I like that they're organic!
kpintn said…
I learned they have some great recipies on their site! My hubby and I have just started trying to eat healthier.....I printed out several of these to keep us from getting bored with the samle 'ole meal!
Karen Dorris
jhitomi said…
I entered their contest.
jhbalvin at gmail dot com
twocuff said…
I like their values and their commitment to the earth.
janetfaye said…
I learned that they have been Organic for 25 years.

janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com
Alicia C. said…
I entered their Earth Day contest! And left a comment thanking them for sponsoring this giveaway!
☮ ohmiss14 at yahoo dot com ☮
Tara Oliver said…
I entered their contest! thank you!
tara.the.equestrian at gmail dot com
mama mouse said…
i love to feed my daughter organic. we feel better and it tastes great
Jena said…
I entered their contest!
Kim said…
I like that $1 from each sale of the Love Crunch goes to help women create or expand home business

kspsaves at hotmail dot com
Jenny Cain said…
I like that their food is not only organic but it looks like it tastes really good too!

jgcain at live dot com
lewalk said…
I entered to win the year's supply. Thanks for the chance to win here and there.

Mandy said…
They have some awesome recipes
cw said…
I like that they have reduced their packaging, they use soy based ink on packaging - thus they have the environment in mind when producing their product
I'll do both: I entered their contest and I like that they put the ingredients of their products right on the web page for everyone to see. And oh yeah ... their products don't contain HFCS or hydrogenated oils. Yay! Thanks for giving us this opportunity!
reducefootprints at gmail dot com
judithelenore said…
i like that they reduced their packaging!

I learned that this year alone, Natures’ Path prevented approximately 176,383 pounds of pesticides and 13,228,738 pounds of synthetic fossil fuel fertilizer from being used

Thank you for hosting this giveaway

schnitzomage {at} gmail {dot} com
bison61 said…
they have great values-they make organic food because they believe in sustainability: Arran grew up hearing his father say these words often “Always leave the soil better than you found it." It’s become one of our guiding principles, and it affects every element of our business today.

tiramisu392 (at)
Christy said…
Love that their food is delicious and healthy!
Jessica said…
Always leave the earth better than you found it.
turq said…
I entered to win the year's supply while on their site, and I love their cereal it is the Best!
It's good for you and it taste really yummy!
Ponia Baum said…
I like that the products are organic.
I also entered the contest.
poniabaum at gmail dot com
Michelle Labbe said…
I like their dedication to sustainability. Not enough manufacturers care about that.

michelle (dot) a (dot) labbe (at)
Christina F. said…
I love their products...especially that they're organic. We love their toaster pastries...especially the brown sugar flavor. We also love their granola and eat it about every day. annejk112233(at)yahoo(dot)com
Barbarawr said…
I like their recipes!

Email address is in blogger profile
Connie said…
I like that Nature’s Path—with consumers help—prevented approximately 166,000 pounds of pesticides, and 12,453,000 pounds of synthetic fossil fuel fertilizer from being used.
CGruning at
deanna said…
something I learned: home office is located in Richmond. BC
deannalw47 AT hotmail DOT com
Kimberly said…
The contest has ended, but I love that they use natural, organic ingredients!
kcoud33 at gmail dot com
Ladytink_534 said…
My favorite item is the Vanilla Almond Flax Plus® Granola
Ladytink_534 said…

Amy said…
I love that Nature's Path really walks the walk. It seems like a lot of products these days claim to be organic and natural (and the companies behind them claim to be socio- and eco-conscious), but it often seems like a ruse to be competitive and gain sales. Nature's Path truly cares about and acts to improve the world.

amysweeps at gmail dot com
carole said…
I like the recipes and like that they donate $1 from each sale
kolpin said…
i like that Natures’ Path prevented approximately 176,383 pounds of pesticides and 13,228,738 pounds of synthetic fossil fuel fertilizer from being used
kolpin4680 at gmail dot com
kellyr78 said…
I like that they are always organic and have been for 25 years.
Erin E said…
I like that Nature's Path participates in rooftop gardening! Thank you for the lovely giveaway.
sewmuchstuff at ymail dot com
I like the fact that they have gluten free products
kendra22 said…
like the recipes!!
kendraco22 at yahoo dot com
Ladytink_534 said…
My favorite item is the Pumpkin-N-Spice Granola Bars
tanya904 said…
I like the yummy recipes :)
tanyainjville at yahoo dot com
mar said…
I like the waffles!
gardengirl505 said…
I like that they're organic
I like that they sell toaster pastries. They're my favorite, but never made with wholesome ingredients.
Cindy M said…
Wow. Had no idea: 408.55 lbs/acre of synthetic fertilizers (produced with fossil fuel) are no longer needed as organic relies on nature’s own fertilization methods!
Erin Cook said…
I learned that it all began with Gwen and Rupert Stephens’ purchase of their organic berry farm.
Denise S. said…
I like that Natures’ Path prevented approximately 176,383 pounds of pesticides and 13,228,738 pounds of synthetic fossil fuel fertilizer from being used!

lazybones344 at gmail dot com
5webs said…
I love the recipes for the Nature's Path Instant Oatmeal Chocolate-Chip Bars, and the Heritage Lentil Loaf.
Alicia Webster
lisa said…
I like that they are organic!!
Nickel Pickle said…
I like that they have toaster pastries! My kids would love them. Nicole
cpage2323 said…
I like their creedo fo "do good." If we all do a bit it can only get better and their company is part of the solution!:)
trixie420247 at yahoo dot com
Anonymous said…
I like the recipes.
shakenafist at yahoo dot com
missrantsypants said…
They have a great variety.
jadavis said…
I like that they put superfoods into their products!
Nathan said…
Awesome! I live in Utah too and I like organic things and free things! :)
Anonymous said…
I like the Gluten-Free Spinach and Feta Cheese Pie recipe!
Mandy said…
I loved looking at the recipes~
Michelle said…
I learned that they also make toaster pastries
susansmoaks said…
they have a great superfoods section
susansmoaks at gmail dot com
keeley said…
i've tried the Hemp Plus and its delicious! I like that their cereal is so healthy!

zueblue22 at yahoo dot com
turq said…
I like that Nature's Path Organic and Very Healthy.
Bonita12 said…
Meant to do my comment earlier:
I checked out their recipes and would really like to try the Oatmeal Chocolate Chip bars.
bwalker1123 at gmail dot com
Anonymous said…
like that there organic ty.
Gianna said…
They also make toaster pastries.

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