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Kimberly O. says ...
I would love to share these with my 81 year old widowed neighbor :) Yum, Yum!
12/06/2011 12:57:18 PM CST
Sarah says ...
This Christmas is my first Christmas away from Paris and in the new home in London that I share with my boyfriend. We are reuniting both our families in our small flat- mine from Paris, and his coming all the way from Guatemala and Vienna. I would share the satsumas with them for a friendly dessert, simple and healthy, to thank them for coming all this way.
12/06/2011 1:02:01 PM CST
Cindy Perazzo says ...
I would love to share a box with my Brother, Chuck, who lives in Montana. Sharing citrus is a family tradition anyway but since he lives so far away he is often left out to the mix.
12/06/2011 1:03:44 PM CST
Maximilian Gonzalez says ...
I would like to give this box of delicious satsumas to my mother for Christmas and her birthday (the 30th). Citrus is a gift I always try and give her because I know she loves it so much, usually in candle form, but feel this interesting new gift will really surprise her in a way I'd love to see. It also took me back to see that they were a variety of mandarin oranges, a memory I hold super close to my heart because I remember from my youth my mom and I eating cans and cans of mandarin oranges while we watched TV. Overall, I would be ecstatic to have such a great gift for my mother, especially in these hard financial times I have encountered being a full time college student who has been looking for jobs for my Coop (I do the five year program at Northeastern). PS. I LOVE WHOLE FOODS, typically the one in Allston, MA and right near Northeastern in Boston.
12/06/2011 1:32:34 PM CST
Cheryl says ...
I love these little oranges. I bought 10 lbs when they were on sale the other day and left them around my office for my coworkers to enjoy. Now they are asking me for more! I would love put a couple more bowls out for them for Christmas.
12/06/2011 1:47:51 PM CST
Guy says ...
I used to be severly overweight, but I started exercising and a vegetarian diet. I would share these with my "workout buddy" who has lost 50lbs because we now eat healthy snacks instead of junk/fast food.
12/06/2011 2:54:57 PM CST
Donna says ...
I would share them with everyone who walks in the door - thanks!
12/06/2011 3:10:25 PM CST
marissa says ...
I would share them with our local post office. I live in a small mountain town that gets crazy busy this time of year. We don't thank our postal workers enough and it's a very trying time for USPS right now. They need to stay healthy and positive. Thanks for keeping us healthy WF!!
12/06/2011 3:51:08 PM CST
Vicky Ivy says ...
I would love some of these for my grandchildren. They would love the small fruit.
12/06/2011 3:54:48 PM CST
Kerry Larson says ...
I would love to share these delicious items with my husband who is my Hero and who is home for the holidays this year as Christmas 2011 he was deployed and it was a very lonely Christmas for both of us..... Soooo this year we are going all out, our home looks like Santa's Grotto and we are looking forward to the holidays with joy and excitement. Thank you for your 28 years of service my Darling, I love you, you are my best friend and my Hero.
12/06/2011 4:02:59 PM CST
Kerry Larson says ...
Oops so sorry meant he was deployed Xmas 2010!!!! LOL See how excited I am..........................................
12/06/2011 4:04:00 PM CST
Wendy says ...
Satsumas,are as sweet as my daughter who at this time of year makes me literally go to our great little Whole Foods in Sebastopol to replenish her stock of Satsumas.She reminds me of this little sweet fruit.She is as sweet as they are and is full of sunshine(the color they are)even on a cloudy day.I believe if she could have Whole Foods deliever her little favorite fruit daily she would be beside herself.The small stuff in life makes her happy,like her favorite fruit.When a friend comes to visit her she always shares them and it is trully a delight to see how happy these teenage kids get eating the fruit that also reminds them of her a ball of sunshine.So when down in the dumps HER MOTTO IS GO Whole Foods and get Satsumias and alot. This cures all symtoms of sadness or blues around the holiday season...............My ray of sunshine a Satsuma in Sebastopol.
12/06/2011 4:18:35 PM CST
amy says ...
i would share them with my students; they need some extra vitamin c to keep them healthy for finals!
12/06/2011 4:26:29 PM CST
Liz says ...
Satsumas would be the best gift ever for my friend Donnie. They are his favorite fruit. Unfortunately he can't shake his smoking habit, so he needs all the vitamin C and liquid sunshine he can get, to help with his immune system.
12/06/2011 4:27:34 PM CST
Susan Mantz says ...
I'll share some satsuma's with my kids! If I don't eat them all! :)
12/06/2011 5:01:43 PM CST
rob says ...
I would send them to my mother-in-law. She just found out she is allergic to tree nuts and hence all her favorite fruits. Citrus is about the only thing she can eat these days!
12/06/2011 5:20:10 PM CST
Suzanne says ...
My family has a tradition of sharing several oranges on Christmas evening while watching classic Christmas movies. This always reminds us of our grandparents who loved to tell us about recieving fruits and nuts from Santa! So should I win I would share these with my parent and grandparent in honor of the "old days"
12/06/2011 5:44:28 PM CST
Gisele says ...
Instead of processed sugary treats I would share them with my son's 2nd grade class.
12/06/2011 5:53:50 PM CST
Brenda says ...
I would share them with some dear friends who love them as much as I do, which is a LOT! And it's the perfect time of year to consume the in-season citrus fruit with so much vitamin C.
12/06/2011 6:16:50 PM CST
Barry Rice says ...
I would love to share them with my dad, who had a heart attack last month and is now making significant changes to his diet. He's always loved oranges and fresh fruit is great for him to eat. Now would be the perfect year to wish him well for the holidays and the new year.
12/06/2011 6:17:31 PM CST
Kristin O' says ...
I would share it with my neighbors! Two are pregnant and need the Vitamin C!
12/06/2011 6:22:50 PM CST
Beckie Tetrault says ...
I'd love to share them with my friend Tiffiny, and her children! I know they would love them as much as we would!
12/06/2011 6:32:53 PM CST
James Chodes says ...
I'd give a box to my Mom. We used to have Orange Trees at the House I grew up in and it seemed like me and her were the only 2 who loved eating them back then.
12/06/2011 6:38:41 PM CST
Amy says ...
I'd share with my daughter's first grade class. I'm certain many of those kids never see fresh fruits, especially something as special and tasty as these!
12/06/2011 6:48:56 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

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