Wild Oats Prize Pack Giveaway – 3 Winners!


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Wild Oats = Affordable Organics!
Can you believe it’s already time to get the kids ready for back-to-school? Get this year off to a wonderful start with healthy back-to-school strategies featuring natural and eco-friendly essentials! Organic food DOESN’T have to be expensive. Wild Oats products are affordable and you can find them at Walmart and Fresh and Easy.

Organic food isn’t just for an exclusive bunch of people, it’s for everyone! You can make this school year the best ever by feeding your family Organic foods even in their lunchboxes!

Wild Oats Peanut Butter Quesadilla
Wild Oats offers a variety of products to make back-to-school easier and more affordable. One quick idea is to make a delicious peanut butter, honey and banana quesadilla for lunch. Simply take about three tablespoons of your favorite Wild Oats Marketplace Peanut Butter, spoon in a tablespoon of local honey, add some banana slices, spread on the inside of a whole wheat tortilla and fold in half. Your kids will love it!

THREE lucky winners will get a Wild Oats Back to School Box of Organic Goodness! That’s $40+ ARV each! The giveaway is open to US only, 18+. The giveaway ends 8/18 at 11:59pm EST. Good luck!

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Wild Oats Prize Pack Giveaway – 3 Winners! — 12 Comments

  1. I wish we could eat organic all the time but we just can’t afford it for most things. I love that getting a good deal on these items lets me save money to put towards other healthy organic foods

  2. Being able to give our family, especially kids, non toxic foods without fillers, coloring, fake flavors and safe from pesticides, gmo’s and other drastically food changing processes. It means I know I could be doing so much better with food offering if only it were affordable.

  3. Affordable organics for back to school means I can spend more on supplies they need.

  4. well i never knew about wild oats so im going to check them out in Walmart, says they are affordable, i know my kids are getting alot of veggies in their lunch boxes. we just found out my 16 year old has high cholesterol so we have revamped the whole households eating habits.