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I’m Supporting Whole Trade Guarantee Month with a Whole Foods Giveaway + Video

Posted Oct 23 2012 12:00am

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Today Whole Foods Market sent me a basket of goodies to enjoy and to help spread the word of their Whole Trade Guarantee products in honor of October Whole Trade Guarantee month! Whole Trade is a great program that supports fair treatment and pay for workers and donates 1% of the proceeds to the Whole Planet Foundation . Read below to learn more about the many great ways Whole Foods is giving back!

To celebrate Whole Trade Guarantee month I want to give YOU a $50 Whole Foods gift certificate to buy your own Whole Trade products!

How to Enter the Giveaway!

All you have to do is leave me a comment below telling me what products you would buy with your Whole Foods gift certificate and tweet the wording below! If you are not on twitter then post to facebook but be sure to tag !

Tweet…. “Head over to @ExSoyCise to win a $50 @WholeFoods gift certificate to buy Whole Trade products to support @WholePlanet http://exsoycise.com

I will choose the winner at random on Saturday!

xoxo – Amber

Here are a list of the goodies from my Whole Foods basket!

  • Whole Trade bananas
  • Pineapple
  • Flowers
  • Allegro Fine Tea – Organic Estate Ceylon
  • Organic Tanzania School House dark chocolate
  • EARTH University Costa Rican Whole Bean Coffee
  • Allegro Drinking Chocolate Indian Spice 54
  • Popcorn Indiana Kettle Corn
  • Bottled 365 Everyday Value Organic Mint Green Tea
  • Love Crunch Gingerbread Granola

Did you know that by making one simple purchase, you can improve someone’s life?

Buying Whole Trade® products ensures fair treatment and equitable pay for workers, more money for hardworking producers through social premiums and sound environmental practices in the developing countries where the products are grown. And if that’s not enough, 1% of product sales are donated to the Whole Planet Foundation for poverty alleviation.

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