Enter to Win a Wonderful Halos Thanksgiving Gift Box

It’s almost Thanksgiving time, and I’m thinking about what I’ll be serving this year. Of course, we always have turkey and stuffing, but there are all of the extras to plan as well. I know I’ll make my homemade cranberry sauce and probably my mashed sweet potatoes. And, we’ll have a big bowl of Wonderful Halos in the center of the table to snack on. Thank you to Wonderful Halos for sponsoring this conversation today and providing a prize. This post contains affiliate links, and I will receive compensation if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.

Enter to Win a Wonderful Halos Thanksgiving Gift Box

I’m sure you’ve seen Wonderful Pistachios and POM Wonderful at the grocery store. The same people offer Wonderful Halo mandarin oranges. Wonderful Halos give families a healthy snack alternative that’s filled with “pure goodness.” You can find them at your local grocery store.

Wonderful Halos are in season November through May. They are sweet, seedless and easy to peel. Halos are easy to pack in lunches, great to share at kid’s activities and sporting events and make a healthy snack choice any time of the day. Plus, Wonderful Halos mandarins are a healthy alternative, that deliver 45 percent of the recommended daily value of vitamin C in about 50 calories. I’ve been known to eat two or three at a time, that’s how good they are!

Not only are Wonderful Halos the perfect snack, but they also add a vibrant citrus flavor and Vitamin C into your favorite fall season recipes. Just imagine how cute one of these Wonderful Halos mandarin dragonfly treats would look on each plate at Thanksgiving. Wonderful Halos is going to give one of my readers a fantastic prize! Enter below for a chance to win a Wonderful Halos Thanksgiving Gift Box, including fun family activity, craft and recipe idea cards; a Halos branded flash drive with the ideas; a Halos branded halo and wings t-shirt; a Halos branded container; and free coupons.

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  1. dawn schmidt says:

    Visited and learned they have a great blog that includes Love Note printables

  2. susan smoaks says:

    I learned that they have a fun game on their site that I like to play. I also used the store locator to find where to buy these.

  3. I learned that Halos are non-GMO

  4. POm Wonderful is part of their “family”.

  5. I learned the are non GMO and are sold in my Walmart.

  6. I learned there are 5 places within a couple of miles from me where they are sold, including Aldi’s, Walmart, and Jewel Osco.

  7. I learned they are non GMO

  8. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    “100% California born and raised, and absolutely, positively Non-GMO Project verified”–very good! I also saw a cute game available. I think my grand-daughter ill have fun with that.

  9. Debbie Welchert says:

    I also learned that they also sell Wonderful Pistachios, Wonderful Almonds and POM Wonderful juice.

  10. I learned there is a blog with crafts and other fun activities.

  11. Brett Martin says:

    they have a cute app we can get to play with the kids

    also they have fun activities on their blog!

  12. Michele Behlen says:

    I learned that they have sticker games and videos.

  13. Stephanie Phelps says:

    I learned they are 100% California born and raised.

  14. Halos are non-GMO Project verified!

  15. Ellie Wright says:

    I learned that to earn their halos, every fruit must meet three requirements – easy to peel, seedless, and super sweet.

  16. Melissa Storms says:

    I learned since they are grown in California they are in season November- April.

  17. I learned that there is a sticker game you can play!

  18. No GMO and i like that and they are grown here in the USA in California

  19. Nicole Lancaster says:

    I learned on the sponsor’s website that Halos Mandarins are Non-GMO Project verified.

  20. Chelsey L. says:

    I learned that they have blog with sweet recipes and that they have craft projects on their site!

  21. I learned that I can by Halos at Publix and Sam’s Club.

  22. I knew about most of their products but didn’t know they offered those Texas Red Scarlett Grapefruits. I’ll have to look for them in stores. They look delicious!

  23. They are non-GMO! Woot! Gotta love that.

  24. Halos are exclusively grown only in the Golden State – California.

  25. They are grown exclusivily in California and are non-gmo. Also they have new stickers on them and can collect them all!

  26. Patricia Barraclough says:

    This company also handles Wonderful Pistachios, which we love.  We have two bags of them in our pantry now.

  27. Maryann D. says:

    I learned that their other brands are Wonderful Pistachios, Wonderful Almonds and POM Wonderful.  All terrific products.

  28. I learned they are grown in California and are non-gmo certified! They are in season November through April!

  29. Sorry, but I mistakenly clicked I commented on “leave a blog comment #3” before I got to the post.  No way now to find it.

  30. I learned that they have a fun sticker game for kids.

  31. Elizabeth Tarlow says:

    I learned that these juicy, delicious Halos are available from November through April, and they are 100% California grown. I LOVE them 🙂

  32. Seyma Shabbir says:

    I love that they have free games!

  33. I liked the sticker game on their site.

  34. shelly peterson says:

    I learned that they are Non-GMO.

  35. I learned that they offer games, crafts, and recipes on their blog site. I buy halos all the time.

  36. I visited the halo site and I learned that you can purchase halos at Albertson’s!

  37. Tracy Robertson says:

    I enjoy these all the time! I learned that they also come in cute little 2 count bags.

  38. They have a great blog with printables and recipes!

  39. I learned it has a great recommendation The Chicago Tribune says Tree Classics is Recognized as the Top-Shelf Brand for Trees!

  40. Karen Glatt says:

    I learned that Halos are non-GMO!!

  41. halos, every fruit must meet three requirements – easy to peel, seedless, and super sweet.

  42. rochelle johnson says:

    I learned that they are grown here in California

  43. Jessica To says:

    I learned that they have a sticker game that my son can play on their site.

  44. ellen beck says:

    I learned that they are available from November through April and are all California grown.

  45. Kimberly Flickinger says:

    I learned that they are non – GMO and that they have a store finder and are only available during certain months.

  46. Josie Hood says:

    I learned that Wellness also has Pistachios

  47. I learned that Halos include two mandarin varieties Clementines and W. Murcott Afourers!

  48. Tee Anderson says:

    I learned that Halo oranges are non-GMO

  49. Michelle C says:

    i learned that Halos are sold at Costco, which is where I usually shop.

  50. They are seedless!

  51. Kayte CookWatts says:

    I learned that Halos are stocked at 7-11! Who knew?! The stores near us are Safeway & Target,

  52. I learned that they are born and raised in California.

  53. Dina Linquist says:

    I learned that Halos are 100% California born and raised, and absolutely, positively Non-GMO Project verified.

  54. I learned that to earn their halos, every fruit must meet three requirements – easy to peel, seedless, and super sweet.
    Thank you!

  55. Michelle Richardson says:

    I learned that Halos are non GMO! WOOHOO so glad to hear that!

  56. Dawn Monroe says:

    Ilearned that Halos are available at my local Giant Eagle.

  57. I learned that they have a sticker game.

  58. Halo Mandarins are Non-GMO Project verified

  59. Patricia Wojnar Crowley says:

    They have to pass 3 tests to be a Halo, be seedless, easy to peel, and super sweet!

  60. Kelly Tupick says:

    I learned that while every Halo is a mandarin, not every mandarin can be a Halo.

  61. I found out that they are a non-gmo product.

  62. They are from California and participate in Non-GMO project! We love Halos!

  63. DENISE LOW says:

    I have learned that they are seedless.

  64. Charlene S. says:

    I learned that you can buy them at two of my favorite stores, Safeway & Target.

  65. Lissa Crane says:

    I learned they are Non-GMO Project verified! This is important to me since I really care what goes into my children’s body!

  66. I learned that there is a USA map where you can collect the state stickers.

  67. I learned that thye are non gmo.

  68. They are Non-GMO Project verified

  69. Cindy Conner Bowling says:

    I learned they are only in season from November through April.

  70. I learned that Halos are California-grown and delicious!

  71. Michelle Simons says:

    I learned that there are many places where i live that i can buy them and i need to head out soon to go get some.

  72. I learned how to make Easy Candy Mandarins 

  73. I didn’t realize that they were California grown. My family loves Halos. I bought some just a few days ago.

  74. Stacey A Smith says:

    I learned from California like me. and there called Mandarin’s.

  75. JEN RODRIGUES says:

    I love that they are 100% California born and raised, and absolutely, positively Non-GMO Project verified. So healthy for you and the perfect snack for anyone. Love it.

  76. Susan Christy says:

    They have a free game I can download to my phone.

  77. Christian H says:

    I learned they are non-GMO and they are grown in California.

  78. Audrey Stewart says:

    I learned that they are an Equal Opportunity Employer. You can have a career with Halo.

  79. Cassie Eastman says:

    I learned that they’re in season, from November through April.

  80. Allison Swain says:

    I learned that they are non GMO. Thank you for the chance to win this!

  81. I learned that Halos are non GMO.

  82. karen nadeau says:

    I learned there is no GMO and the sticker game is great for the kiddos.

  83. i learned that they are Non-GMO Project verified

  84. amanda whitley says:

    i learned The reason most citrus fruits contain seeds is because the flowers on the trees are pollinated by bees

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