Sprout Organics Gobble & Grow Toddler Snacks
The Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays can be very stressful for parents. There are schedules to keep, events to plan, food to cook and gifts to buy. Plus, there are all of the candies, cookies and cakes readily available for their children’s indulgence. So how does a busy parent get it all done without the added worry of providing healthy snacks for their kids? Enter Sprout Organic Foods.
Sprout Organics has a line of toddler snacks that are great for packed lunches or snacking on the go. They combine organic fruits and vegetables into sweet treats that kids love. The little snack packs fit easily into purses and bags, so parents can offer their children a healthy alternative while out Christmas shopping.
Sprout is providing 15 boxes of toddler snacks for you to try. The boxes include a variety of both both the Fruit & Veggie Crispy Chews and Fruity Yogurt Bites, so your little one can try them all. Enter using the Giveaway Tools widget below. Your chances of winning are really good.
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Bonnie was raised in a small farming village in central Ohio where she was active in 4-H and FFA. She grew up surrounded by a large family who taught her how to can, garden and cook from scratch. Now living in Florida and raising a fearless little boy, Bonnie is running the family farm where they raise chickens, turkeys, ducks, goats, pigs and horses. She also enjoys teaching her son how to live off of the land, appreciate God’s creation, and live a simpler life.