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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
Julie says ...
Satsumas are just wonderful, and I don't know if my fiance's parents have ever tried them or even heard of them. They live in a very rural area and don't get near the variety of produce that we have in the Bay Area. If I should win such a sweet prize (pun intended!), I would love to share these with them.
12/11/2011 10:37:34 PM CST
Tracey DeGroat says ...
I love fresh, sweet Satsumas. Over the years they have become part of our holiday tradition. If I won the prize, I would share it with my Mom. She made it part of our Christmas celebration to have Satsumas around for the family to enjoy and even put one in our Xmas stocking. Since she's such a generous person, she would be the perfect one to share these with :)Happy Holidays Everyone!
12/11/2011 11:20:18 PM CST
Toni Legates says ...
Ok if I have to share. I guess I would share with my girlfriend. But, only IF I HAVE TOO!
12/12/2011 10:34:47 AM CST
Callie Knudslien says ...
I would share them with my little brother back home. He's eight, just about that age where eating healthy starts to seem less appealing! He likes clementines though (my parents can't afford to keep up with him!), so I'm sure he'd love satsumas even more! ...come to think of it, my dad could use some too. The word "fruit" just isn't in his vocabulary, and I'm sure we could change his mind...
12/12/2011 10:50:28 AM CST
Krista says ...
I would share mine with my mom as she is the one that taught me to eat healthy and got me addicted to shopping at Whole Foods. These are also my kids' favorite fruit.
12/12/2011 10:54:02 AM CST
Linda M says ...
I have never had satsumas but I would share them with my daughter and her grandmother
12/12/2011 10:55:29 AM CST
Karen Howard says ...
I would share my satsumas with my three year old granddaughter. I love seeing her face light up with every new experience. She is just as sweet as the satsumas. Then I would let her share them with her classmates because anything that sweet should be shared.
12/12/2011 11:24:14 AM CST
Tania R. says ...
I would share my Louisiana satsumas with my 86 year old grandmother because when I was a little girl she would always give us fruit as a treat. Not only did we get to eat fresh fruit when we visited her in her New Orleans' home, we got to pick it off of the tree in her backyard. Satsumas would offer her a healthy sweet treat that she doesn't get much of these days.
12/12/2011 11:34:38 AM CST
Jean Michell says ...
I would share with all my family and friends during this time of giving. Everyone enjoys and always a little good luck and success never hurts
12/12/2011 11:37:20 AM CST
Serena says ...
I'd share them with family all the way in South Carolina as we're in Minnesota and miss them dearly.
12/12/2011 11:44:39 AM CST
CL says ...
i would share them with my fiance's parents. they have been very generous this year with us and I know they will enjoy these.
12/12/2011 11:47:45 AM CST
Joy Seacat says ...
I would share them with my neighbors with a holiday greeting card wishing them a happy year ahead in 2012.
12/12/2011 11:48:21 AM CST
Pat McCann says ...
my family could use some of these
12/12/2011 12:22:19 PM CST
Chris M says ...
the military folks
12/12/2011 12:22:51 PM CST
Teri P says ...
I would share satsumas with my whole family during the holidays - we are all meeting in Dallas, and having lost our dad just 3 months ago, this box of sunshine will bring a smile to our faces!
12/12/2011 12:41:49 PM CST
sherri matteo says ...
I would share them with a friend at work because we often share exciting food finds and delicious produce. Satsumas would definitely brighten up our work day!
12/12/2011 12:49:39 PM CST
Julie K. says ...
I would share them with my husband who eats them a dozen at a time!
12/12/2011 12:51:18 PM CST
Leslie Howard says ...
I would share my satsumas with my co-worker, Helena Ferret. Not only is she wonderful to work with (and frequently has to manage our school library by herself due to my ill toddler), she is a vegetarian who appreciates fabulous fruits and veggies. She is MOST worthy of a 13 pound box of delicious satsumas!
12/12/2011 12:58:44 PM CST
Suzanna says ...
I first discovered Satsumas on a trip to San Francisco in November many years ago. Being from Vermont, they were the best oranges I had ever tasted! I now cook lunch at a pre-school in Vermont. If I won the satsumas I would share the second box with the 50 pre-schoolers I cook for each day! They love doing "taste-tests" of new foods. I'm sure these would be a hit!
12/12/2011 1:02:54 PM CST
Stan says ...
I would share my satsumas with my girlfriend because she is always eating them!
12/12/2011 1:02:59 PM CST
Michelle M says ...
We love these and would share them with my brother and his family who live in WI. We ship them produce all the time because they don't have access to some of what we get living here in CA.
12/12/2011 1:25:34 PM CST
Jeanne says ...
As a dietitian I know that satsumas are not only high in vitamin C and antioxidants, but also a good source of folate and potassium- and with only 50 calories per fruit! Not to mention a healthy portable snack- I would share them with my patients who are always on the go- a great alternative to sweets and candies since they are naturally sweet and delicious. :)
12/12/2011 1:53:53 PM CST
Maria says ...
Would love for my mother to try these.
12/12/2011 1:54:34 PM CST
Brooke says ...
I would share them with our first baby (still in the womb!), because he loves oranges & satsumas!
12/12/2011 2:07:13 PM CST

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