$50 Whole Foods Gift Card Giveaway

This giveaway is going to make someone very happy!

Earth’s Own brand has two new beverages they want you to know about:

First, a new rice beverage called Ryza

MY OTHER RECIPES

And a new almond milk beverage called Almond-Fresh

And of course, I’m sure you’ve heard of Whole Foods

It would be your lucky day to win a $50 Whole Foods Market Gift Card, wouldn’t it?

The winner of this giveaway will win:

Vouchers to try Ryza & Almond-Fresh

and

$50 Whole Foods gift card (via email delivery)

To Enter the Giveaway:

1. What will you buy at Whole Foods with $50 and How will you put your rice & almond milk to use?  (Must answer both parts to the question)

2. For a second entry, Twitter Follow Me, Twitter Follow Ryza, Twitter Follow Whole Foods and then tweet the following:

“I entered to win a $50 Whole Foods Gift Card @LoveVeggiesYoga @WholeFoods @Getryza http://tiny.cc/vd30q”

3. For a third, fourth, or fifth entry, do one or more of these things and leave a separate comment for each (that’s five total chances to enter)

Facebook Like Me, Facebook Like Ryza, Facebook Like Almond Fresh, Facebook Like Whole Foods, Leave a Comment on any previous post of mine, Stumble Follow Me & Stumble It, Pinterest Follow MeInstagram Follow Me, or post this Giveaway on your blog

Contest will run until Friday, September 16, 2011 and winner will randomly be chosen and announced.

Open to all (but make sure you have a Whole Foods in your area and/or the ability to use your rice & almond milk vouchers in stores near you)

Comment Below to Enter!

560 comments on “$50 Whole Foods Gift Card Giveaway”

  1. I ALWAYS use almond milk in my morning oatmeal and my smoothies, and my coffee… I use it really in everything! And I’d probably use the whole foods gift card for some vegan ice cream… the selection there is unbeatable!

  2. I would use the milks to put on my morning hot cereal as fall comes, or have a bowl of fruit with milk (nostalgic!). I would also let my sister use some to make hot chocolate ;). As for the gift card, I think I would buy kombucha, cacao nibs, and then let my mom use it for groceries, too!

  3. Our Whole Foods has an entire wine store…..
    And with the milks? I’ll definitely taste them straight up (or on cereal), but I’d love to bake with them too!

  4. I already facebook like Love Veggies & Yoga :)

  5. I would use the gift card to buy lots of fruits and veggies. Our local grocery store has horrible produce. I would make the longer trip to Whole Foods to get nice produce! I would use the rice and almond milk in a smoothie.

  6. I like you on FB with my username Mary Happymommy.

  7. I like Ryza on FB with my username Mary Happymommy.

  8. Whole Foods is one of the main places I shop for groceries, so this gift card would really come in handy! I would buy all my main staples. I would love to use the milks in my coffee, oats or protein shake!

  9. I like Almond Fresh on FB with my username Mary Happymommy.

  10. I like Whole Foods on FB with my username Mary Happymommy.

  11. I am following all 3 on twitter & tweeted the giveaway.

  12. i will purchase delicious fruits!

  13. i like WF on facebook~

  14. I love rice milk in my smoothies

  15. I would love to buy some raw tahini. I haven’t splurged yet, but having a gift card would help!

  16. Two of my favorite foodie things! Nondairy milk and WF! I would most definitely hit up whole foods’ bulk section, as you can get a ton of great basics for not a ton of money (college budget =[ ). I would also check out their whole body section (love natural products), awesome local seasonal produce, and probably treat myself to a salad bar lunch or dinner.
    I would use the rice or almond milk in my daily smoothies, or to cook my oats and make them super creamy.

  17. I would use it to buy some good granola bars and all sorts of other longer lasting oranic foods. I have a small paycheck that isn’t very regular, so $50 at Whole Foods would be great for me to buy some good foods that I can’t usually get that my dad won’t buy for me (it’s expensive and I should “just eat a damn pork chop” according to him… ): )

    I would use the milks in oatmeal and experiment with baking. I am lactose intolerent so milks like that make me happy to explore in culinary ways that I don’t always get to.

  18. I would probably stock up on probiotics and a few goodies (i.e., chocolate). The milks would be used by the kiddos since my son has recently been having BIG problems digesting regular milk and we have been trying various alternatives. We have not tried this brand yet, so this would be a great introduction.

  19. and I already Pinterest follow you :-)

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