I have a very cool contest and giveaway to share with you all today!
Rudi's Organic Bakery has a program called Let's Doodle Lunch, through which they've partnered with Chef Ann Cooper, the Renegade Lunch Lady, in an effort to revolutionize school lunch for kids everywhere. Here's some information about Let's Doodle Lunch:
Earlier this summer, Rudi’s Organic fans were invited to upload artwork on Facebook to receive a reusable sandwich box featuring that design on the lid. Fans submitted 18,500 delightful designs to the Rudi’s Organic sandwich box art contest application, Let’s Doodle Lunch, on Facebook. From July 1st through July 31st when fans submit their first vote for their favorite design, they will receive a $0.75 coupon good for any Rudi’s Organic product, and Rudi’s Organic will donate $1 to Chef Ann’s The Lunch Box, showing their support for healthier options in school lunchrooms nationwide.
“Chef Ann is an inspiration to all of us at Rudi’s Organic Bakery for helping provide the much-needed resources to transform school lunchrooms so all our children can be healthier and happier,” said Doug Radi, senior vice president of marketing and sales for Rudi’s Organic Bakery. “It made perfect sense for us to partner with Chef Ann as we share a belief that there is a better way to live life and that eating healthy is one step to getting you there.”
The design that receives the most votes on Facebook by the end of the July will be named the Rudi’s Organic Official Sandwich Box. The grand prize winner will receive a year supply of Rudi’s Organic bread, a $100 Target gift card for school supplies, a $150 Whole Foods gift card and a year subscription to KIWI magazine.
Pretty cool, huh? Yeah, it is. So, be sure to visit the Facebook page, vote for your favorite design and download your Rudi's coupon!
Because, seriously, they make good bread. I'm a fan. (My all-time favorite Rudi's product? The Honey Sweet Whole Wheat. It is so good!)
This time around, I decided to try a loaf of the Rudi's Gluten Free bread and their Whole Wheat Sandwich Flatz.
Both surprised me. Especially the gluten-free bread. I mean, bread? With no gluten? I expected it to be . . . well . . . yucky, to be honest. It wasn't. Not at all. I ate it toasted and regular and liked it both ways. My son is also a fan -- and you know that kids can be pretty picky!
My only wish would be for it to be easier to find Rudi's bread locally. A few stores carry a limited selection -- I'd love more stores to carry a wider variety of Rudi's products.
Anyway, on to the giveaway!
To enter, leave me a comment and let me know that you want to win!
As always, you can gain extra entries. Remember, though, you must complete the required entry first! (Leave one comment per entry for the additional ones to count):