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Welch’s Fruit Snacks Lunchbox Notes Contest

Enter to Win:

One (1) Grand Prize $1,000 CASH & 1 Year supply of Welch’s Fruit Snacks (ARV $1,415).

Five (5) First Prizes ~ $200 CASH & 1 Month supply of Welch’s Fruit Snacks (ARV $236.68).

2 Way to enter:

  1. Upload a photo (eligible for Grand Prize or First Prize)
    • go to the contest website and upload a photo of your lunchbox note
  2. via Written (eligible for First Prize only, Not eligible for Grand Prize)
    • go to the contest website and type your lunchbox note where indicated on the entry form

Rules:

  • Daily Entry
  • Residents of Canada
  • Excludes Quebec
  • 18 or older

Enter Welch`s Contest Here

Contest Ends March 3, 2017

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Welch’s Fruit Snacks

Welch turns the fruit into juices, jams and jellies. These products are made of the highest quality fruit.

Whether you are looking for something filling for your child’s school lunch, or need a little pick-me-up at work throughout the day, you can rest assure that Welch’s will be there to help.

Welch’s Fruit Snacks come in 10 different varieties like Mixed Fruit, Island Fruit, and more.

My kids love the PB&J Snacks from Welch’s. This creamy and crunchy snack gives a twist on the old Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich.

Fruit & Yogurt Snacks are absolutely delicious. If you like the fruit snacks, you are going to love the yogurt inspired version. Delicious fruit wrapped in a layer of yogurt. Yummy!

Welch’s Grape Juice

Welch’s 100% Grape Juice is made from Concord Grapes.

There are many health benefits of consuming Concord Grapes it seems. There are studies that show that it helps support a healthy heart.

What makes this product stand out from the rest?

Let’s see….

  • 2 servings of fruit in every 8 oz. Glass. That’s a cup of fruit!
  • All juice, 100%, in fact. There is no added sugar, colour or flavour.
  • Said to support a healthy heart
  • High in Vitamin C
  • Made with Welch’s own North American grown Concord grapes
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