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kelle mcewen says ...
I would share with coworkers. This would be a healthy treat to offset all the sugary holiday goodies.
12/07/2011 4:47:41 AM CST
Cary Barnett says ...
I would share with my 5 year old niece who I know would enjoy as much as myself.
12/07/2011 5:41:03 AM CST
Beth says ...
I would love to take a box to a shelter - everyone needs something special and sweet this time of year!
12/07/2011 5:44:30 AM CST
Sandra guardiola says ...
I would definitely give he ism ranges to families in need. We have names of families at our church in downtown Austin. But maybe I will keep one or two oranges for myself!
12/07/2011 6:03:36 AM CST
Amy says ...
Id like to share stsumas with my friend Jenny. She could use some extra holiday cheer and be reminded that someone is thinking of her and loves her.
12/07/2011 6:25:48 AM CST
Meredith Schiller says ...
I would love to send a box of Satsumas to my best friend and her two boys, living up in Maine. She's a single mom and having one in high school and the other in 8th grade surely means that she spends a good deal on groceries. They can eat her out of house n home in the blink o an eye. Thank you Whole Foods for the contest opportunity and the wonderful quality products you bring us!
12/07/2011 7:02:48 AM CST
Sharon Temple says ...
I would share satsumas with my hubby so he can see how wonderful they are. Plus it would bring back some of my favorite childhood memories of eating bags of satsumas with my family in the winter!
12/07/2011 7:23:01 AM CST
Kim says ...
I would love for these to go to my sister-in-law who while expecting her third child found out she has food allergies that are limiting her to mainly fruits and vegetables. No prep time for a weary Mom is needed with this fruit!
12/07/2011 7:34:10 AM CST
Cheryl Morrison says ...
I would to share the delectable satsumas with my Father and Mother-in-Law this Christmas. We are all gathering at their house in the Washngton ,D.C. area this year for 2 weeks. We will have family from Germany, California, Vermont, North Carolina and Virginia there. I would love to have a box sent to share with the entire family. Our 3 year old niece and 5 year old nephew are coming from Germany and I am sure they will love them!
12/07/2011 7:41:36 AM CST
Jeannette Mantilla says ...
I love oranges, and would love to have a box of Satsumas. I'd share the other box with my friend you just moved to Sitka, since I'm sure it would be hard to find them there (at an affordable price), and it would be great for her little girl as well!
12/07/2011 7:50:06 AM CST
Hilary Pearson says ...
I would share them with my sisters who I will get to see over the winter holiday!
12/07/2011 8:24:17 AM CST
Antionette Middleton says ...
I would like to share satsumas with my autistic son . He is anemic and he is on a prescription for iron . The satsumas would help him to absorb iron.
12/07/2011 8:24:29 AM CST
Jenn says ...
I'd share with my love, the man who introduced me to them (just recently too!), and his two daughters, who eat them by the box full! And if I could, I'd pick them up at my local Whole Foods to save the shipping. If the four of us didn't polish them all off I'd bring some in to share with coworkers who keep things humming day-to-day at our office. It would be a delightful, tasty holiday treat for a bunch of giving people. :)
12/07/2011 8:36:25 AM CST
Michelle Hickman says ...
I'd share with the local food bank, It has been a rough year for them....:)))
12/07/2011 8:38:36 AM CST
Lydia says ...
I would give a box to my best friend and her family, they bring so much happiness to my life, and they all love citrus. So it would be perfect :)
12/07/2011 8:46:43 AM CST
Terri says ...
I would love to keep a few for myself and share with the people I work with. With the new year comes the company's new commitment to health. Lots of new health and wellness programs rolling out. Can't think of a better way to kick start it than with 13lbs. of Satsuma oranges!
12/07/2011 9:02:40 AM CST
Dan Mayer says ...
Satsumas are one of my favorite things. I will be sharing them with my brother who has moved to the middle of no where Wyoming and can't get these out there.
12/07/2011 9:08:11 AM CST
Dan says ...
I'd share them with my daughters who practically live on them when they are in season.
12/07/2011 9:35:48 AM CST
Maureen says ...
I would share with my parents as they are the Sweetest people I know :)
12/07/2011 9:39:43 AM CST
Lisa Brown says ...
I would like to share these with the homeless men/women who are hiding and living in the alley behind my home and struggling to get by as the temperature drops to freezing. They have so little to get by on, they are unable to find work because of self medicating that also keeps them out of homeless shelters. My god, I saw a woman yesterday barefoot and with no coat and its been getting down to 33 degrees at night ... I think I'd be drinking antifreeze. Who, in this time of financial crisis, couldn't stand to have the gift of sunshine that is a beautiful Satsumas? Good for the body and soul and can brighten their day by remembering past holiday seasons that were kinder and warmer.
12/07/2011 10:00:36 AM CST
Michele says ...
I would share with my wonderful friend who needs some good wishes her way. She loves her fruit.
12/07/2011 10:14:47 AM CST
Susan says ...
I would share them with my orange-loving in-laws who are hosting us for 5 days over Christmas.
12/07/2011 11:22:10 AM CST
Megs says ...
My husband's favorite fruit is the satsuma. I'd definitely be sharing with him. <3
12/07/2011 11:27:33 AM CST
Katie says ...
I would share them with my sister up north who has never really tasted good southern fruit!
12/07/2011 11:35:54 AM CST
Jane says ...
First, I would share them with my grandma. She is a wonderful person who loves me. And she loves fresh fruit. For this much fruit, I'd give some to everyone who made me smile this year.
12/07/2011 11:37:36 AM CST

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