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Laura says ...
I would love to share my satsumas with my little "big" sister. Since she is petit in heigh, she always says the "Good things come in small packages!" And a little sweetness in our lives would be not only very welcomed but also nutritious !!
12/11/2011 1:05:54 PM CST
terry says ...
I would share with my co workers.
12/11/2011 1:19:13 PM CST
Portia says ...
I love satsumas and their fragrance. I would share mine with my mother and sister.
12/11/2011 1:48:27 PM CST
Susan says ...
Satsumas are synonymous with Christmas for me. My stockings always had some in them from "Santa".
12/11/2011 1:52:11 PM CST
Arlene says ...
I would love to share these with my co-workers, this time of year many of our clients bring us lots of candy, cookies etc. I would love to have some healthy alternatives to all the fattening items around the office.
12/11/2011 2:04:46 PM CST
Jeanne says ...
I'd brighten the holiday season for residents at a downtown homeless shelter with my satsumas.
12/11/2011 2:08:51 PM CST
Madonna says ...
I would share my satsumas with my co workers. They make everyday a joy to go into work.
12/11/2011 2:35:29 PM CST
Michelle R. says ...
I'd share the entire box with my 5 year old son Skylar. He loves to peel them himself. I'd gladly shared them with my 6 year old son River, but he refuses to eat fruit. Sigh.
12/11/2011 2:54:02 PM CST
Donna says ...
I would share satsumas with all of the wonderful teachers and people at my school. They work to make a difference every day in the lives of kids and are always delighted when someone thinks of them with a gift of YUMmmmmmmm! I can imagine the smiles on their faces...
12/11/2011 2:59:22 PM CST
Amanda O says ...
I would share my satsumas with my son who is just discovering citrus, and my parents, who are hosting us for the holidays! Thank you mom and dad!
12/11/2011 3:04:51 PM CST
Min says ...
I'd share them with my friend who's as much of a citrus fan as I am -- we often devour boxes of satsumas in one sitting!
12/11/2011 3:24:18 PM CST
Jane Yung says ...
Satsumas are my comfort food. I grew up in Sacramento and always looked forward to plucking satsumas off our backyard tree. Nowadays, I look forward to their arrival in the grocery stores around Thanksgiving. (I just bought a box from Whole Foods last weekend for a friend!) I would love to share a big box of satsumas with my 31 colleagues at McKinley Elementary School in San Francisco.
12/11/2011 3:42:36 PM CST
Joyce Marks says ...
I'd share these on Christmas Eve with my grandkids and their parents. I love doing something new for them, that is not candy, but just as tasty.....Fresh mint, Satsumas, and a few Kiwis.Yum
12/11/2011 4:51:11 PM CST
Therese says ...
I would share my satsumas with my friends in my vegetarian group. We would very much appreciate such a great citrus treat that nature provides.
12/11/2011 5:16:19 PM CST
Patti says ...
I would share my Satsumas with my best girlfriend who I've traded recipes with for the last six years, and see what kind of amazing recipes we could come up with to share with our fellow healthy conscious foodies.
12/11/2011 5:41:45 PM CST
Patti says ...
I would share my Satsumas with my best girlfriend who I've traded recipes with for the last six years, and see what kind of amazing recipes we could come up with to share with our fellow health conscious foodies.
12/11/2011 5:42:34 PM CST
Karen Tieman says ...
I've never tried Satsumas. If I won, I would share with my family coming to our house for Christmas and as a welcome to the neighborhood gift to our new neighbors.
12/11/2011 6:06:15 PM CST
Dennis P. Vieira says ...
This is the time of year for giving and despite my being out of work for the past 15 months we are still trying to uphold our tradition of helping others, my childern , my wife and I try to seek out families to help and put a smile on their face. what better way to do that than with some beautiful Satsumas to share with another family. I would encorage everyone to pick a needy family and bring them some joy this season. everyone goes though a hard time and what a blessing to put a smile on someones face when they are hurting. they will feel the love when they see you care !
12/11/2011 6:15:50 PM CST
Matilda says ...
I would share them with my grandsons sport teams for they need easy healthy snacks instead of all they sugary things they get.
12/11/2011 6:20:04 PM CST
Pamela says ...
Want to Share with my 82 year old MOM She wants to eat more fruit & veg to feel younger & more full of energy (vim & vigger in her words)!
12/11/2011 6:59:24 PM CST
Jenelle Joyce says ...
I would share with as many people as possible, including my parents, grandparents, fiance, friends, and neighbors, and my cute rescue dog, Chloe, as well!
12/11/2011 7:09:32 PM CST
Barbara says ...
I would share my satsumas with my daughter-in -law, Angela. We both love citrus and any other fruit--yum! On November 4th she gave birth to my sweet as a satsuma granddaughter, Anna Barbara and she has made me a very and grateful Grandma.
12/11/2011 8:13:18 PM CST
Deborah Schroth says ...
My office is co-located with the non-profit Kids First of Florida, the foster care provider for Clay County. I would share my satsumas with their staff, who go above and beyond to assist the children in foster care with whom they deal. They are so busy getting the kids the gifts they want for Christmas - even getting a gecko for one child - that I think they deserve a bright citrus treat.
12/11/2011 8:39:02 PM CST
Zile says ...
Wow....that's a tough one. I have two boys, which makes this a gut-wrenching decision...it's great to share good food with the ones you love. I guess since Johnny lives close to the citrus belt, he would forgive me for choosing his brother. David just moved to Seattle...he is such a foodie like I am and with the rainy Seattle weather he could use some citrus sunshine.
12/11/2011 8:52:44 PM CST
Anna-Marie says ...
I would love share some satsumas with my son (who loves all things fruit!) and my parents. We don't have a Whole Foods location in our state so I only make it out to one about once a month. Having a whole bunch of tasty satsumas to share would be a real treat.
12/11/2011 8:53:17 PM CST

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