6/2/13

Win a Wholesome Sweeteners Gift Basket - School's Out Giveaway Hop

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Welcome to the 
School's Out
Giveaway Hop
June 3-16

Each participating blogger is on the linky list below,
so you can hop to each blog and enter each giveaway!
Good luck!
My prize is a Wholesome Sweeteners Gift Basket
worth $85.00 that includes all this: 
1 lb. Fairtrade Organic Sugar, 1 lb. Fairtrade Organic Sucanat, 1.5 lb. Fairtrade Organic Light Brown Sugar, 1.5 lb. Fairtrade Organic Dark Brown Sugar, 1.5 lb. Fairtrade Organic Powdered Sugar, 1.5 lb. Fairtrade Organic Turbinado, 1.5 lb. Organic Coconut Palm Sugar, 1 Jar Fairtrade Organic Raw Honey, 1 16 oz. bottle Fairtrade Organic Amber Honey, 1 11.2 oz. bottle Organic Light Corn Syrup, 11.75 oz Fairtrade Organic Light Blue Agave, 11.75 oz. Fairtrade Organic Raw Blue Agave, 11.75 oz. Organic Blue Agave Strawberry, 11.75 oz. Organic Blue Agave Cinnamon, 11.75 oz. Organic Blue Agave Vanilla, 11.75 oz. Organic Blue Agave Maple, 35 ct. Box Organic Stevia, 1 bag Wholesome Sweeteners Zero, 1 Wholesome Sweeteners Stuffed Bee, 1 Wholesome Sweeteners Pen, 1 Wholesome Sweeteners Post it Notes, and 1 Wholesome Sweeteners Hat.
I've been using these wonderful, high-quality products from my gift basket to make bunches of new recipes and I will be sharing the recipe posts with you over the next few weeks. By choosing Fairtrade products, you bring clean water, electricity, education, and health care to villages in Malawi, Paraguay, Mexico, and Brazil. These purchases make a difference in the lives of farmers and beekeepers around the world. Wholesome Sweeteners has been Making the World a Sweeter Place since 2001. 

Visit the website at www.wholesomesweeteners.com and be sure to follow them on Facebook and Twitter. Then enter to win this gift basket by filling out the Rafflecopter form below. You must be at least 18 years old and reside in the USA. Only the first entry is mandatory; bonus entries increase your chance to win. Giveaway ends at midnight ET on 6/16/2013. Good luck!


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209 comments:

  1. I learned that most pest don't infest cane, but that a few that do are some beetles, leaf cutting ants & termites.

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  2. They have a nEW Organic Coconut Palm Sugar

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  3. I learned they make organic sugar out of evaporated cane juice.

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  4. I learned that their sugar cane is cultivated by hand and grown without synthetic fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides.

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  5. I learned that Wholesome Sweeteners’ are committed to the highest standards of environmentally and socially responsible farming and processing methods grows with each new product

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  6. Coconut palm sugar replaces refined brown sugar. Amazing!

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  7. i didnt know stevia was organic!

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  8. I learned that they have coconut palm sugar, I never even knew there was such thing.

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  9. I learned that natural sugar cane is a great photosynthesizer, converting 2% of sun to sugar.
    savewish@yahoo.com
    Sherry Compton

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  10. Organic Sugar Cane production is completely Green in the true sense of the word! Absolutely no fossil fuels are used to produce organic sugars. The sugar cane arrives at the mill, where it is crushed and the juice is squeezed out. The spent cane is called bagasse. Bagasse is the fibrous material that is left after all the juice has been squeezed out of the cane. It is used as the fuel for furnaces that generates all the electricity required to run the mills. In fact, at many locations, the mill generates enough electricity for the surrounding villages as well. ----I definitely like this--plus I like that the plants have education and health care free to workers!!

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  11. Wholesome sweeteners is a fair trade company.

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  12. I learned that they are Fairtrade Certified

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  13. Wholesome Sweeteners holds fast to a "Fair Trade, Not Aid" philosophy.

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  14. They have a great baking tips section-I need all the tips I can get

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  15. They have wonderful recipes on their site!

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  16. I learned that The sweeteners are Organic, Non-GMO Verified, and made with highest quality sugars, syrups, and honeys, all made from nature’s best resources. Sounds like a great product to me! Would love to win this prize!

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  17. All of the sweeetners are organic. I knew about Stevia because I'm now using it, but I didn't realize there were so many other options as well. good to know!
    Gigi(rafflecopter)

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  18. Wholesome Sweetners pioneered fair trade certification for sweetners.

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  19. I learned that all the products are organic, and there are recipes too!

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  20. I learned that natural sugar cane is a great photosynthesizer.

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  21. I learned that Fairtrade Certified means:
    Farmers receive a fair price: Democratically organized farmer groups (called cooperatives) receive a guaranteed minimum price and an additional social premium for certified organic products. Farmer organizations are also eligible for pre-harvest credit.


    Entered the rafflecopter as "Wild orchid"

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

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  22. Pretty new company-started in 2001!

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  23. I learned their cane sugar is all organic

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  24. I learned that no fossil fuels are used to produce organic sugars.

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  25. I learned that the sweeteners are Organic, Fairtrade Certified, and Non-GMO Verified.

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  26. I learned they are fair trade certified

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  27. They have a recipe library and I can create my own personilized one.

    Julie
    I Create Purty Thangs

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  28. I learned that Wholesome Sweeteners is the leading brand of organic sweeteners in grocery stores and the leading supplier of organic sweeteners to food companies as an ingredient.

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  29. I learned that organic sugar cane is one of nature's best photosynthesizes, converting up to 2% of the sunlight it receives into carbohydrates, or sugars.

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  30. Wholesome Sweeteners, formed in 2001, is the nation’s leading provider of sustainable, environmentally and ethically responsible, great tasting sweeteners in the USA!!

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  31. I LOVE that they offer an organic corn syrup! I also discovered the Wholesome Sweeteners is sold at a store near me, one that may become my go-to grocery store--we recently moved to a new town, so I am still in the process of finding my way around the nearby stores.
    bethelderton59 at gmail dot com

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  32. I learned that they are Fair Trade certified organic and natural

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  33. I leaned that alot of their Organic Sugar comes from South America, particularly Paraguay and Brazi and they do not use companies that allow children to work for them, resources are substainable.

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  34. I learned that the company has over 20 assurance statements and certifications for their products

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  35. I learned that Wholesome Sweeteners was formed in 2001

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  36. I learned that From the seed stock to harvest, our sugar cane is cultivated by hand and grown without synthetic fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides

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  37. I learned that they have recipes on their website.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  38. The sweeteners are Organic, Fairtrade Certified, Non-GMO Verified, highest quality sugars, syrups, and honeys, all made from nature’s best resources.

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  39. I learned that Wholesome Sweeteners, formed in 2001, is the nation’s leading provider of sustainable, environmentally and ethically responsible, great tasting sweeteners in the USA.

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  40. I LOVE Wholesome Sweeteners! I use their organic sugar in all of my baking. I love that they offer Fair Trade products.
    Dede

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  41. I learned about organic coconut palm sugar.

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  42. I learned that Wholesome Sweeteners pioneered the certification process for Fairtrade Certified sugar and honey in the USA in 2005 and 2008 respectively.
    Thank you!

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  43. Fairtrade CertifiedTM is our guarantee that we pay the farmers a set premium for their crops. The money is wired directly from our accounts to the cooperatives' accounts in Costa Rica, Malawi, Mexico and Paraguay.

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  44. I love the huge selection of products, and they are about as natural as they can get!

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  45. I love that it is all organic!

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  46. I learned that most Wholesome Sweeteners products are also available as Fair Trade Certified™

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  47. I like that they have Low Glycemic Recipes

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  48. I learned what Fairtrade means and that they are part of it.

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  49. they have organic liquid sweetner's which I have never knew were out there. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  50. They have a nice receipe list

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  51. That they deal with fair trade certified, natural and organic sweeteners and nectars.

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  52. I learned that they have recipes, featured chefs, baking tips and use fair trade certified items

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  53. They have a whole recipe section using their products.

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  54. I learned that they make Fair Trade Certified Organic Raw Honey. I've been using the Organic Stevia for awhile but never seen the Honey. I will have look for it next time I go to the store. It sounds very good.

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  55. I learned that they are fair trade certified and they are working at leaving a smaller footprint

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  56. Wholesome Sweeteners strongly believes in the importance of sustainable and organic agriculture.

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  57. Wholesome Sweeteners has their own blog,The SugarClub Blog, and their posts are quiet interesting and informative.

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  58. Within just 24 hours of harvesting, the cane is crushed and the sweet juices are collected, clarified to remove impurities, evaporated and crystallized. That's fast and natural!

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  59. they were formed in 2001

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  60. They have recipes on their site for everything from breakfast to dessert

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  61. They have low glycemic recipes.

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  62. i learned they are fair trade certified and began in 2001

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  63. I use these products, but sure could use some from here that I haven't found jet.
    on the website I found Join our Wholesome Team! Visit our NEW Job Opportunities...
    did not remember that from before.

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  64. I learned that Wholesome Sweeteners pioneered the certification process for Fairtrade Certified sugar and honey in the USA in 2005 and 2008.

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  65. Cocunut palm sugar is something I would love to try

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  66. I learned that from the seed stock to harvest, our sugar cane is cultivated by hand and grown without synthetic fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides.

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  67. I learned that Wholesome Sweeteners, which was formed in 2001, is the nation’s leading provider of sustainable, environmentally and ethically responsible, sweeteners in the United States.

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  68. I can buy wholesome sweetners on 82nd street in Indianapolis

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  69. I learned it is a fair trade company!

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  70. The company has been around for more than 10 yars.

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  71. i like the fair trade products

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  72. I like this - They have NEW Organic Stevia in a Jar. Way better to use than the packets! Love it

    Bud L - RC form name

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  73. From the seed stock to harvest, our sugar cane is cultivated by hand and grown without synthetic fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides

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  74. I learned about the Sugar Club and I subscribed.
    Thanks for the chance.

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  75. The new organic coconut palm sugar is made from the coconut palm tree flower

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  76. I learned that they are fair trade organic and that there are recipes and baking tips on the website. vidomich(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  77. I learned that Wholesome Sweeteners formed in 2001

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  78. I learned that they were featured in the Yoga Journal in October of 2011.

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  79. I like organic coconut palm sugar

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  80. The coconut palm sugar looks like a great product.

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  81. I learned they are a fair trade company.

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  82. I think it's cool they are a a recognized leader in socially and environmentally responsible business practices and product. Good for them and us!

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  83. I love that they are Fair Trade Certified and take a stance by purchasing Non GMO.

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  84. Wholesome Sweeteners has developed over 60 new products during the last 10 years and they are the first choice for many notable chefs and consumer good-food advocates alike.

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  85. I learned that they have a ton of yummy recipes.

    eg kaufman

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  86. I learned that have a variety of agave necter's, including a maple one!

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  87. I learned that wholesome sweeteners are organic and Fairtrade certified.

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  88. Learned that don't employ children

    sonflower277 at gmail dot com

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  89. I learned about coconut palm sugar.

    beh2351@frontier.com

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  90. Wholesome sweeteners is a fair trade company

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  91. They are Fairtrade Certified

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  92. They are the nation’s leading provider of sustainable, environmentally and ethically responsible sweeteners in the USA.

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  93. I learned they are a fair trade company

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  94. They are fair trade certified

    sibabe64 at ptd dot net

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  95. They have coconut palm sugar
    jessicawedwards@gmail.com

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  96. I learned that they have been featured in many popular magazines including TIME, Men's Health, and Good Housekeeping.

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  97. I learned that they are organic and non GMO.
    Jennifernjoshuam at gmail dot com

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  98. I learned that theyve been around since '01

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  99. I learned that they pioneered the Fairtrade Certification of sugar and honey in the United States.

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  100. I learned they have a lot of great recipes, and even have a tip sheet

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  101. Organic, Non GMO and lots of variety! Palm sugar, raw sugar, syrups
    seyma_bennett@hotmail.com

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  102. I learned they have baking tips on their site

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  103. At the mills, the left over sugar cane, etc, is used for fuel for electricity for the mill and nearby villages

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  104. I learned Wholesome Sweeteners pioneered the certification process for Fairtrade Certified sugar and honey in the USA in 2005 and 2008 respectively

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  105. I learned they make organic sugar out of evaporated cane juice.
    diesel_had_my_baby at yahoo dot com

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  106. Most of their organic sugar comes from south America particularly Paraguay and Brazil

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  107. I watched a video about how the organic coconut palm sugar is made.

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  109. I also liked their commitment to help the farmers & that they have organic products.

    bonnieroof60(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  110. I learned that their products are Fair Trade Certified, organic, and all natural. I also learned that they have a great selection of flavored syrups, like strawberry. YUM! Thank you for this great giveaway! Kathleen on the RC

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  111. Fair trade certified organic and natural

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  112. i learned that they are fair trade and non gmo

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  113. The operate by fair trade. I would love to try the brown sugar, I use brown sugar often when baking.

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  114. They now have stevia in a convenient flip top container. I need that! I always make a mess with my stevia.

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  115. I learned they are fair trade. Stevia has a new flip top jar

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  116. No fossils fuels are burned to produce organic sugar.

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  117. I learned that thay are a Fair Trade Company and they pay the farmers a set premium for their crops.
    Kathy Davis
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  118. I learned that Wholesome Sweetener pushed for the Fair Trade Certification process for sweeteners in 2005.

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  119. Good Morning, I learned they will not employ children, or knowingly support any farmers that do employ children. Thank you. Vicki.

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  120. From the seed stock to harvest their sugar cane is cultivated by hand and grown without synthetic fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides

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  121. I learned that much of their Organic Sugar comes from South America, particularly Paraguay and Brazil.
    Gingeroo616 at AOL dotcom

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  122. I learned that Wholesome Sweeteners pioneered the certification process for Fairtrade Certified sugar and honey in the USA in 2005 and 2008 respectively

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  123. I learned that their cane sugar is made without chemicals or fillers!

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  124. Learned-• Protection of Children
    We will not employ children nor will we knowingly permit our suppliers to employ children in the harvesting, processing or production of any of the products we buy from them.

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  125. I learned that Wholesome Sweeteners' Organic Molasses is a by-product of their Organic Sugar, and is a good source of Vitamin B6 and several minerals. Good stuff!

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  126. their sugar cane is cultivated by hand

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  127. I learned that there ar so many great recipes that use natural sweeteners! I want to try a couple of them!

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  128. I learned that they are all kinds of wholesome sweeteners that I have never heard of. Would love to try the flavored syrups.

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  129. I learned that coconut palm sugar replaces refined brown sugar.

    Les Johnson

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  130. I learned that Wholesome Sweeteners, formed in 2001, is the nation’s leading provider of sustainable, environmentally and ethically responsible, great tasting sweeteners in the USA.
    cjnedrow at gmail dot com

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  131. They carry non-GMO products.

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  132. I learned that their sugar cane is cultivated by hand and grown without synthetic fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides.

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  133. I learned the sweeteners are Organic, Fairtrade Certified, Non-GMO Verified, highest quality sugars, syrups, and honeys, all made from nature’s best resources.

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  134. I like that they're Organic, Fair Trade Certified and Non-GMO Verified. A brand we will most definitely be using here!

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  135. I learned this: n Paraguay, Fair Trade dollars buy tractors and trucks, improve bridges and roads, and convert thousands of acres from conventional cane cultivation to organic cane cultivation (it’s a 3-year process).
    patricia skinner on rafflecopter

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  136. I learned they offer recipes on there site and they recently had an article in the New York times.

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  137. I learned they are Fair Trade certified and that I don't know much about sweeteners...they have stuff I never heard of but my sweet tooth is tingling!

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  138. I learned they are Fair Trade certified! YAY YAY YAAAAAAAY! Love that it will help families in other countries :)

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  139. I learned that they are a fair trade company and also they carry sweeteners like blue agave that I have never tried...WiI ll be ch.ecking these out

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  140. I learned they have organic flavored agave syrups...gotta get some!!! Like ALL of them, been looking for an organic coffee flavoring syrup, these might be just the thing, thanks for the introduction to this site!

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  141. I learned that the process to make organic sugar is eco-friendly.

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  142. I learned that the company is Environmental sustainability

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  143. It never even occurred to me to take my sweeteners with me! Duh! I carry cloth napkins and other things so taking sweeteners with me isn't a big stretch. I learned something new!

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  144. They are non GMO which is awesome ! What an awesome giveaway to offer !
    Linda Finn

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  145. I learned that "organic and natural low calorie sweeteners are up 10% in the natural channel and responsible for all positive growth in the conventional channel," something i did not know before :)

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  146. I learned Wholesome Sweeteners, formed in 2001, is the nation’s leading provider of sustainable, environmentally and ethically responsible, great tasting sweeteners in the USA.

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  147. http://www.wholesomesweeteners.com/brands/Wholesome_Sweeteners/NEW_Organic_Light_Blue_Agave_Packets.html

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  148. they just started coconut palm sugar

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  149. I learned that Wholesome Sweeteners, formed in 2001, is the nation’s leading provider of sustainable, environmentally and ethically responsible, great tasting sweeteners in the USA

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  150. I learned that at the small mills, the products are made simply and the spent sugar cane or blue agave remnants, called bagasse, are recycled as fuel to generate electricity for the mill and nearby villages.

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  151. would love to try the NEW Organic Stevia in a Jar

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  152. Wholesome Sweeteners Organic Stevia did not know they had this in their brand
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

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  153. I learned that Dr. Oz calls Coconut Palm Sugar Best New Sugar Alternative.

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  154. I learned that wherever possible, they work with Fair Trade Certified farmers cooperatives. (Angie PreciselyMine)

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  155. I learned that sucanat is a sugar that still contains all of ts natural molasses. s2inamug at aim dot com

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  156. I learned that they formed the company in 2001 and that its Fair Trade Certified.

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  157. they make organic sugar out of evaporated cane juice

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  158. Wholesome Sweeteners holds fast to a "Fair Trade, Not Aid" philosophy.

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  159. I learned Nigel Willerton is the Company Co-Founder and CEO of Wholesome Sweeteners.

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  160. I learned that since the last quarter of 2005 they have paid more than $7.5 million in social premiums to their cooperative partners

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  161. I learned that they have been profiled in many magazines, including one I get...Better Homes and Gardens

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  162. I learned they supply only the finest organic and natural sugar products from ethically and environmentally responsible growers and manufacturers.

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  163. I learned that they are featured in lots of magazines, like the organic gardener.

    Thanks!
    Michelle Tucker

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  164. I learned Wholesome Sweeteners' products are processed and produced free of any genetically modified organisms (GMO)

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  165. I learned they have an Organic Vanilla Flavored Blue Agave Syrup that sounds wonderful.

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  166. I learned that their products are fair trade.

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  167. I learned that Wholesome Sweetners is Fairtrade Certified - which means that Farmers always receive a fair price and the farms use Fair Labor Conditions.

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  168. i learned they From the seed stock to harvest, our sugar cane is cultivated by hand and grown without synthetic fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides
    Wherever possible, we work with Fair Trade CertifiedTM farmers cooperatives
    At the small mills, our products are made simply and the spent sugar cane or blue agave remnants, called bagasse, are recycled as fuel to generate electricity for the mill and nearby villages. joseph gersch jtwark@mail.com

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  169. I learned that this company is fair trade certified. Thanks!

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  170. The sweeteners are Organic, Fairtrade Certified, Non-GMO Verified, highest quality sugars, syrups, and honeys, all made from nature’s best resources!

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  171. There products are organic and it's made with cane sugar.
    gothiclvr18@gmail.com

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  172. I learned that they are Fairtrade Certified, and they cultivate their sugar can by hand :)

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  173. I learned that they have a really good recipe for Dairy Free Coconut Ice Cream. lexbaylor17 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  174. I learned that they are Fairtrade Certified

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  175. I learned a lot about sugar from their site including that "Sugar cane’s growing cycle varies from place to place; it generally takes from nine to 12 months for cane to mature. It grows to over 8 feet tall and then it is hand harvested with machetes."


    apoalillo {AT} hotmail dot com
    alyce poalillo

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  176. they have coconut palm sugar and more

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  177. The sweeteners are Organic, Fairtrade Certified, Non-GMO Verified, highest quality sugars, syrups, and honeys, all made from nature’s best resources.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  178. Coconut Palm sugar is new to me. Love that it is natural and full of vitamins. I'd love to try it in Iced tea
    jcabeansatyahoodotcom

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  179. I learned they have a sugar club newsletter
    Nicole Carter Isme
    raventally@hotmail.com

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  180. I saw they had baking tips on the site.

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  181. I learned that Wholesome Sweeteners partners with the only AIB Certified organic sugar producer in the world to bring you a full line of organic cane sugars and organic molasses

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  182. Wholesome Sweeteners, formed in 2001, is the nation’s leading provider of sustainable, environmentally and ethically responsible, great tasting sweeteners in the USA.

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  183. I learned that they are Fair Trade Certified, eco-friendly and non-gmo.

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  184. I learned that over 60 new products have been developed during the last 10 years.

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  185. I learned that they have lots of recipes on the site that are searchable in several ways

    alterna7 at hotmail dot com

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  186. I learned that Wholesome Sweeteners Organic Stevia provides customers with a quick and easy way to sweeten just about anything-tea, coffee, oatmeal, cereal and fruit. The easy to open wide-mouth lid makes the jar perfect for everyday tabletop use.

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  187. Wholesome Sweeteners' ethos is shaped by a deep concern for the long-term health of the planet and all of its inhabitants.

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  188. I learned that it's certified organic.
    Miz Vickik

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  189. I saw that they have been in several magazines!
    ericacarnes(at)gmail(dot)com

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  190. I learned that they have many wonderful recipes and there are so many I would love to try!

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  191. I learned that they are Fair Trade certified organic!

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  192. I learned that they are Fair Trade Certified.

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  193. recipes to put the sugar in... how to substitute

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