Christine Koh

Hello!

I'm Christine Koh, a music and brain neuroscientist turned multimedia creative. I'm the founder + editor of Boston Mamas, co-author of Minimalist Parenting, co-host of the Edit Your Life podcast, and creative director at Women Online. Drop me a line; I'd love to chat about how we can work together!

Snack Revolution

revolution-foods-mashups.pngLike most parents, I periodically lament over packing lunch and snack, especially when we’re low on fresh produce. Having a stash of Revolution Foods snacks on hand subsequently has bailed me out on more than one occasion. These organic snacks and sandwich fixings are happily free of trans fats, high fructose syrup, and other nasties, and Laurel especially digs the Grammy Sammy (whole grains + yogurt) and Jammy Sammy (whole grains + fruit spread) snack squares and squeezable fruit Mashups. And I love how easily these pieces can round out her lunchbox; both items make for an excellent snack or seem treat-like enough to pass for dessert (though admittedly, we’re those parents who don’t include dessert at lunch time), and there’s no need for utensils. Extra cool: Revolution Foods donates 3% of purchases to help feed kids in under-served schools.

Now, want to be one of three winners to receive a Revolution Foods Lunchbox Simplicity Sampler? Here's how:

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THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED
Congrats to winners Debbie, Courtney, & Joan!
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  • Visit the Revolution Foods store locator page, then email contests@bostonmamas.com (with ‘Revolution Foods’ in the subject), and name a store where you can purchase Revolution Foods products.

  • One entry permitted per person; US residents welcome to enter.

  • Entry period closes at midnight EST, November 12, 2009.

    *Three lucky winners (drawn using Random.org) will receive a Lunchbox Simplicity Sampler that includes samples of Grammy Sammys, Jammy Sammys, and Mashups + Revolution Foods’ t-shirt and secret snack selector game (fortune tellers) for kids (value: approximately $30).


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