Tuesday, April 21, 2015

raising good apples with tree top

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this is a sponsored post written on behalf of tree top, however the opinions are all my own. 

genelle and i have always been big fans of tree top. our families love their products and we love that tree top is a brand that people have trusted for more than 50 years. they are located in the heart of washington's apple country and deliver top-quality products and premium ingredients such as smoothies, juices and sauces that we feel *good* feeding to our families. 
for myself, as a busy, single mama of two spunky boys, my favorite tree top product is the sauce pouches. we lovingly call them "squirt packets" in our home and they go with us everywhere. they are the perfect addition to school lunches, picnics, on-the-go for hikes, road trips, airplane flights and even in line for a ride at "the happiest place on earth" as shown here this past week:

tree top apple sauce pouches are mess-free, taste amazing and are made with pure fruit. as a super busy mama, i love that i don't need to remember to pack a spoon! the pouches are squeezable and fun, making them perfect for on-the-go snacking.

tree top’s growers are committed to raising top quality fruits to create the best products for families to enjoy together. as part of this commitment, we were thrilled to hear that tree top is joining with kidsgardening.org to help change the world by growing the next generation—one child, one school, one community at a time. for every purchase of tree top apple sauce pouches, tree top will donate a dollar to kidsgardening.org to help fund community garden projects and raise good apples across the country. we love tree top’s raising good apples campaign, and hope that you will join us in helping them build gardens for kids and read more here: http://bit.ly/1H43aqb
there are lots of fun projects on the kidsgardening.org site. after much debate, the boys and i decided to make the milk carton birdfeeder

we just moved into a new home and there is a tree in the backyard that is perfect for a feeder. 

the site has very easy to follow instructions and it was a fun, age-appropriate activity with just the right amount of parent involvement. 

we look forward to lots of bird watching ahead!
check out kidsgardening.org for helpful educational resources and then talk to your kids about where food comes from and pick up some tree top applesauce pouches for your next adventure. they are the perfect on-the-go snack for kiddos of all ages. 

we want to share our mad love for tree top apple sauce pouches by giving our awesome readers a chance to win their very own!  giveaway will run from april 7, 2015 to may 15, 2015 at midnight pst and will be sponsored by sway group. forty winners (from all 40 giveaways) will be selected to receive a gardening set valued at $60. sway group will select the winners on or about may 18, 2015 and they will follow up with the prizewinners.  
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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Tree Top.

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