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keli says ...
I would share these with my beautiful grandchildren, ages 1,4 and 6. I would really love sharing these with the 1 year old, since he is now trying new foods for the first time, and seeing his sweet little face when he experiences a new food for the first time is worth all the gold in the world.
12/10/2011 9:44:34 AM CST
Susan says ...
Every Christmas morning, we kids pulled nuts, gum, candy and a few trinkets out of our stockings. But, the prize was the satsuma that my mother had lovely placed in the bottom of the stocking. Being a large family on a budget, we pretty much got to eat these special oranges only on Christmas morning, and what a delicious memory! If I could, I would share them with my dear mother, but since she is no longer with us, I would share them with my sisters!
12/10/2011 9:55:29 PM CST
Jennifer Breaux says ...
I would share them with my 8th grade students. We have spent the last two weeks talking about healthy eating, and the unhealthy cafeteria food they eat daily. I look at their trays when I have cafeteria duty and am appalled at the brown drab colors on their plates. Not a fresh fruit or vegetable in sight! They are currently writing an essay on how to improve the cafeteria food to make it healthier and make it taste better. I polled my students and asked them who has been to Whole Foods and in a couple of classes -- zero hands went up. They hadn't even heard of it. It is only 20 minutes away from our school. Many of my students are economically deprived so this doesn't surprise me. I would LOVE to share these Satsumas with my students! They understand that fresh = yummy and healthy! And, they would so appreciate it!
12/11/2011 9:55:10 AM CST
Stacey Tupper says ...
I have never tasted Satsumas, but would love to try them! I have a very good friend and co-worker named Patty. She is one of the most caring people I know. She is always sharing things she has made or has been given. So, I would love to win these and share them with my friend Patty! Thanks for giving us both the chance to win these and try them. They sound fantastic!
12/10/2011 2:00:11 PM CST
Jean D. says ...
I'd love to share Satsumas with my daughter-in-law, Sarah. She was the one who got me enthused about the Whole Foods movement. Thanks for a great giveaway!
12/07/2011 4:47:28 PM CST
Tabitha says ...
Definitely would share with my daughter. She just turned one, and she LOVES satsumas. Also, with my other alternative parenting/whole foods/organic/all natural mother's group and their kiddos :)
12/13/2011 12:28:26 AM CST
Sarah says ...
I would share the satsumas with my brothers and we would have a peel-them-in-one-piece contest! Love competing with my brothers!
12/14/2011 12:03:18 AM CST
ALLAN B SPIEGEL says ...
I would like to share delicious satsumas with St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Salinas,Ca. where they have a Seniors Farmers Market held Wednesday morning. The church is located at 1071 Pajaro Street,Salinas,Ca.
12/14/2011 1:11:06 AM CST
MARJORIE SAUNDERS says ...
<strong>Off Topic</strong> UNFORTUNATELY RECENTLY DIAGNOSED WITH CANCER..A LIFE STYLE CHANGE OF EATING WILL BE NECESSARY TO NATURAL/ORGANIC FOODS. I WOULD HAVE TO SAY ALL PRODUCTS ON THE LIST WILL BE ADVANTAGES TO A NEW AND HEALTHY BEGINNING AFTER SURGERY. THANK YOU WHOLE FOODS FOR ALERTING ME TO A BETTER BEGINNING.
12/29/2011 2:20:07 AM 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
Melissa says ...
I would share with the my daughters second grade teacher who is battling breast cancer. She never lets it get her down. She always has a smile on her face and is making such a difference in so many lives. She is hands down the most amazing teacher that I have ever met!
12/13/2011 1:24:55 AM CST
Maureen says ...
I would share with my sister and brother who are receiving chemo treatments in Nebraska. It would brighten there day and gvie then an additional health boost.
12/12/2011 7:24:37 AM CST
Patricia says ...
I'd share with my husband who has heart disease. They'd give him a healthy boost for the winter. Also, I'd share with our good friend who has been sick often over the past few months.
12/13/2011 12:11:20 AM CST
Liz says ...
I would share those satsumas with my neighbor, who always remembers us when she goes shopping and brings us back some random fruits or veggies. She loves citrus fruit as much as we do--she would love a box of satsumas from Whole Foods.
12/14/2011 6:44:30 AM CST
Julie Canelon says ...
I would love to share a box with my mother. We used to go out and try new restaurants and menu items that looked different or things we couldn't pronounce! She has since become home bound and we can't get out anymore. I miss that! So I would love to share a box with her since she has never tried them before! Thank you.
12/13/2011 10:03:02 PM CST
Sonia says ...
I would share them with my wonderful neighbors who will be returning to Korea at the end of the month. They have blessed us with friendship and many tasty treats, always made with love. My family and I are going to miss them so much!
12/13/2011 10:10:42 PM CST
Kimberly says ...
I would share with my brother, in loving memory of our mother, who would fill up the toe of our Christmas stockings with oranges. I miss my mom and winning would be a loving tribute.
12/13/2011 10:47:59 PM CST
janejohnson says ...
@Patty Satsumas are a different citrus than a tangerine. Satsumas are considered sweeter than tangerines but are just as easy to peel if not easier. Thanks for your question.
01/02/2012 8:14:45 AM CST
Ashley Mittag says ...
If I win the Satumas, I will share them with the residents of the CBRF nursing facility down the street from my apartment. I have met several of the residents there as I have walked past and have come to greatly enjoy seeing them outside, taking in the day. With the cold weather, my passing visits with them will be few now, but I would love to bring a box of Satusmas to them to enjoy one wintry afternoon.
12/06/2011 7:00:05 PM CST
Linda Oden says ...
Satsumas remind me of the holidays spent in Japan! As kids we were allowed to stay up later and snack on fresh satsumas. This would continue through to New Year's! I would share the treat with my family/friends as a taste of Japan.
12/06/2011 6:53:46 PM CST
Patti says ...
I would share them with my lovely son and hubby...two of the greatest guys I know (and both lovers of satsumas)!
12/05/2011 5:02:56 PM CST
Melissa says ...
I would share them with my sweetie.. he loves citrus fruit as much as I do! :)
12/05/2011 4:57:58 PM CST
Kimberlee says ...
My friend has 6 kids &amp; her husband doesn't get many hours at work. I know they would love an abundance of fruit!
12/06/2011 11:17:48 AM CST
Nicole says ...
I'd share them with the random college students on campus. They're always looking for free food. Realistically, I'd share them with my brother. He's a busy guy and he needs healthy snacks to keep up his energy while caring for my sick niece.
12/08/2011 4:42:18 PM CST
Judy Powell says ...
I would send a box to my friend in Oklahoma City to bring a little bit of Cheer and California to her.
12/08/2011 9:44:41 PM CST

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