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Bibi says ...
I would share them with my family. We've never had them before.
12/13/2011 10:34:30 AM CST
Joe Parajecki says ...
I am a Scout Leader and would share them with my Scouts and tell them the story and show how small the World is now
12/13/2011 10:35:02 AM CST
Anna says ...
I would share satsumas with my family as a post dinner dessert.
12/13/2011 10:45:36 AM CST
Terri David says ...
I would share the satsumas with the workers at the animal shelter who work tirelessly to save lives for little pay. They save lives every day.
12/13/2011 11:14:40 AM CST
sara says ...
I would share them with EVERYONE!!! They are great.
12/13/2011 11:14:51 AM CST
Sandy says ...
I would share them with my daughter who lives in Arlington VA. I won't get to see her for the holidays this year. I'm sending her a WF gift cert for xmas tho!
12/13/2011 11:30:51 AM CST
Juliann says ...
I would share the satsumas with my family. We get get together weekly and spend time with each other. There is always food involved. Satsumas would be a special treat!
12/13/2011 11:56:27 AM CST
Simone says ...
My family and I have never heard of or tried Satsumas. I would share them with my family and every one I know. I hope someday they will open a Whole Foods Market in my area so I will be able to try some of the wonderful foods Whole Foods Market carries. I would be able to expand my menus with the hard to find ingredients regular grocery stores do not sell.
12/13/2011 12:01:17 PM CST
Dale S. says ...
I would share satsumas with my 1st grade students who rarely have an opportunity to eat healthy snacks during morning snack time! They loved when we "dissected" an orange to find out what it looked like inside! Their enthusiasm for fruits isn't always matched by what they are sent to school with for snack time :)
12/13/2011 12:04:41 PM CST
Elizabeth Dover says ...
I would share them with the staff at the Grandmont-Rosedale Development Corporation for all the good work they do for our communities, including starting the Northwest Detroit Farmers' Market that brings fresh, local foods to the surrounding neighborhoods.
12/13/2011 12:41:32 PM CST
Sita says ...
I'm a student in massage school, and with such close contact there is always a risk of spreading germs, so I share satsumas with my classmates for that extra boost of vitamin C to keep us all healthy. :-)
12/13/2011 1:18:54 PM CST
Elena says ...
I would share them with my family, from my 1 year old nephew to my 92 year old grandmother!
12/13/2011 1:30:52 PM CST
juju says ...
OH! How lovely, the gift of sharing, what better gift is there? I would share with my downstairs neighbor. We are not close friends, just hi/bye sorts. But she lost her partner of many years this time a year ago. Holidays are rough, and now their dog is sickly....nothing like globes of sunshine and care from an unexpected source to distract thru the rough patches. I would walk down the streets in my neighborhood and pass them out to all and sundry. I will share with my family who are all here for the holidays! I would send a box to our dear family friends with whom we spend every xmas eve with, whom we've known since preschool. 30 years! & i would send a box to The Community Music Center in San Francisco, who provided me with excellent music instruction from tot to teen at low cost. The teachers and students and administrative staff will be pleasantly surprised by this lift and snack in their day. Oh!, now the only difficulty is to choose...satsuma,satsuma, fun to peel, delicious feeling on throat and tongue, all the more fun to share in a circle of friends, and laughter. such memories. Thank You!
12/13/2011 1:36:23 PM CST
janejohnson says ...
@Cheryl The Satsumas are a national promotion and so they should be available at every store. That being said, they are only available for short amount of time due to their seasonality. Thus, it will be best for you to reach out to the store nearest your location for the Holidays. The link below will help you identify the contact information for the closest store and a Team Member there will be happy to chat with you about the future availability of satsumas at that store. www.wholefoodsmarket.com/stores
12/13/2011 1:43:14 PM CST
Amanda Johnson says ...
I work for a cardiopulmonary rehab program as well as a gym thats open to geriatric clients. They all love fresh fruit and I would love to share this great product with them. They always love special treats this time of year. Happy Holidays!
12/13/2011 1:43:15 PM CST
lindsey says ...
I'd share them with my 4-year-old niece, Bella. She loves to try new foods!
12/13/2011 1:45:45 PM CST
Nancy McSwain says ...
Hi -- Will share them with two dear friends nearby, who are in their 90's. Love the little Satsuma !!!
12/13/2011 1:54:27 PM CST
Amy says ...
I would share these with my sister. We grew up in California and every year, we would get excited when mandarins came into season. As adults, we went to the Mandarin Festival and stocked up. My sister would buy a 10 pound bag and half would be gone in a day! We have both moved to the East Coast now and have to put a bit more effort into finding mandarins, so this would be a nice way to send some her way and remind her of the fun we used to have gorging on mandarins.
12/13/2011 2:00:15 PM CST
Dianna says ...
Yummm. Satsumas are one of our family favorites ! I would share them with my daughter. She just moved from Virginia to Denver one week ago and will not be able to come home for Christmas. This will be her very first Christmas away from home and alone...really alone ,because her new roomate is going home for the holidays.So I would love to send her a box of Christmas cheer !!
12/13/2011 2:03:50 PM CST
Marie says ...
I would share with my husband's grandma - she's crazy about fruits (and veggies)!!
12/13/2011 2:04:30 PM CST
Aimee Lapioli says ...
Satsumas are juicy, yummy, convenient, full of vitamins, and smell as delicious as they taste. I live with only 2 other people and while we enjoy our satsumas, we certainly don't need 13 pounds of them. I would keep about 10 of these gems and give the rest to a local food bank that caters to families with children.
12/13/2011 2:06:21 PM CST
Jane Harvey says ...
My Satsuma Haiku: Hello Satsuma I love your juicy sweetness, even better, shared. I would share them with my wonderful crazy students!
12/13/2011 2:15:26 PM CST
jack reding says ...
I think I'll share my Satsumas with family and friends at Christmastime, because everyone has been very good this year and we all deserve this end-of-year bounty of sweet sunshine.
12/13/2011 2:34:10 PM CST
Brenda says ...
I would share them with my cubicle mate, Ali. We are in an interior office and with our complete lack if sunshine, it is a wonder that we don't have scurvy already. Please bring some citrus into our fluorescent lighted little world :)
12/13/2011 2:54:07 PM CST
David says ...
I would share them with my son and daughter. It is important to get them started on fresh fruit! Just had a diverticulitis attack, I know the importance of fresh fruit and vegetables in your diet!
12/13/2011 3:14:15 PM CST

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