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doris allen says ...
I have a nephew and his family that are struggling to pay medical bills because he has cancer. I would give a whole box to them. He has a wife and 2 little children.
12/07/2011 2:21:58 PM CST
Chris says ...
My good friend, she has been willing to travel the world with me, I owe her much.
12/07/2011 2:22:31 PM CST
Catherine Knott says ...
If I won, I'd share these with my mother! She found a few recipes recently that called for satsumas & wondered where she could find some. I'd love to surprise her with a box so we could cook together! Thank you.
12/07/2011 2:22:45 PM CST
Heidi better says ...
I would share my box of satsumas with my group of girlfriends ...our "coffee girl" group. We work out at the gym every morning and then go for coffee afterwards to reward ourselves and have girl time. Thanks!
12/07/2011 2:22:49 PM CST
Donna Santini says ...
I'd have to share with my husband and my son. There would be a mutany in my house if I didn't!
12/07/2011 2:22:55 PM CST
Joanne Nguyen says ...
Oh how wonderful it is to share a box of Satsumas with my boyfriend and my parents. It is a must on grocery list every week as he has to have 2 every day for work. As for my parents, it will help boost their up for Vitamin C intake during the cold season.
12/07/2011 2:23:01 PM CST
Lo says ...
I would share them with my husband. He loves Satsumas!
12/07/2011 2:23:06 PM CST
Ellen says ...
I would probably share them with my daughter who is away at college. I am so proud. She likes oranges and I always want her to make healthy choices when snacking.
12/07/2011 2:23:15 PM CST
Camilla says ...
I have never had Satsumas but they sound delicious. I would share them with my daughters 13yr old friend who was diagnosed with Leukemia. I think her and her entire family would appreciate something simple and sweet.
12/07/2011 2:23:48 PM CST
Becky G says ...
OMG! Our family looks forward to this time of year just because we know these will be available! I would gift a box to my oldest daughter - who is almost addicted to these! LOL
12/07/2011 2:23:52 PM CST
Cate Waidyatilleka says ...
I would love to share a box of satsumas with our dear friends and neighbors (before we moved) whose beloved son took his own life this August at age (almost) 16. As you can imagine, it has been an unbelievable shock and nightmare. Every day since then has been painful; generating the energy to start each day is a challenge. At this point, every small happiness is a gift to them and I do what I can to bring light back in. The older son and daughter are coming back from the mainland for the holidays, so there will be four in the house ... I would imagine, seeing those pretty and delicious fruits would brighten their days. Thank you for your sweet offer. Aloha, Cate
12/07/2011 2:24:24 PM CST
Christopher Sorel says ...
Well it took only 2 days for the people in my department to eat the box I brought in on Monday. So I would share again with them
12/07/2011 2:24:29 PM CST
Claire says ...
I'd share them with the ladies at the homeless shelter where I volunteer (N Street Village in DC). They don't always have fresh fruit available at meals, and when they do it is not always of very good quality. I brought in clementines once and they were a big hit, so I know that satsumas would be a welcome treat!
12/07/2011 2:24:36 PM CST
Alli says ...
I would share them with my lovely daughter, our 2nd grader - we would eat them together and enjoy their juciness. We'd also share them with her little brother who won't eat fruit but loves to suck the juice out and enjoy the sweetness.
12/07/2011 2:24:40 PM CST
Becs says ...
I would love to make care packages and give them to the homeless men and women that I see everyday on the streets of Austin.
12/07/2011 2:24:41 PM CST
debby auble says ...
I would share them with the local street people - many of them still just kids. My office is in downtown and there are a number of regulars. I like to have special treats they don't get at the shelters and soup kitchens to share with them.
12/07/2011 2:24:58 PM CST
Diva D. Quintero says ...
I would share them with my brother and his family. They have been through a lot this year and could use a little citrusy sunshine.
12/07/2011 2:25:01 PM CST
Kristina Harris says ...
I would share with my son. He's 3 and loves them - eats them like they are going to be gone and he will never have them again. He can't eat just one. They are so good.
12/07/2011 2:25:05 PM CST
Peggy says ...
I would love to share these with my three adorable kids who are always looking for something to eat. :-)
12/07/2011 2:25:14 PM CST
Carolyn says ...
My mother and I both love satsumas - I discovered them back 20+ years ago while in college at the local co-op market and bought a whole box for myself, and bought two more for friends and family as Christmas presents when I visited over the holidays. So, boxes of satsumas are a holiday tradition with me.
12/07/2011 2:25:20 PM CST
Kristina Stone says ...
I would share the satsumas with my high school health students! :)
12/07/2011 2:25:26 PM CST
nate egerton says ...
I would to share with my family abd girl for the holiday
12/07/2011 2:25:27 PM CST
Jenny says ...
I would share them with my kids, and with our friends at school! Citrus is so good especially at the start of Winter!
12/07/2011 2:25:53 PM CST
Robert Dunn says ...
I LOVE SATSUMAS!! If I were to recieve a box of these I would share them with all of my family and co-workers. We love fruit this time of year and would sure love Satsumas as well. Thanks for the great Whole food stores where we love to shop.
12/07/2011 2:25:57 PM CST
Janna Lipstein says ...
I would share my satsumas with my kids Aaron and Alexis. They are regular little fruit bats and love citrus of all kinds--even grapefruit. That is saying a lot for 9 and 11 year olds. We would probably share our satsumas with the interns at Adams Spanish Immersion school. There are 7 teaching interns from native Spanish speaking countries: Argentina, Boliva, Columbia, and Spain. It would be great to give them some warm weather fruit as most of them have not ever been in such a cold climate.
12/07/2011 2:26:23 PM CST

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