I received a sample from YumEarth for the sole purpose of this review
I have reviewed for YumEarth quite a few times now. This time I received Pops and Gummy Bears in preparation for Valentine's day. Last year we taped a pop onto each valentine and will do the same this year!
YumEarth can now be found in over 7,000 Walgreen's and as of February they will be found in Costco Northwest. They will also be in Target before Valentine's day and they're continuing to grow!!
My daughter said that the pops were a huge hit last year along with her Valentine's cards. Although it's an inexpensive gesture, it's fun to include something other than just a card. Plus since they're all natural it's great for allergies in the classroom and also it's not filled with sugar and won't hype up the kids. I'm sure the teachers and parents can appreciate that :)
I love that they're being found in stores now so they're becoming more popular and people more aware of them. Hopefully it helps get sugar out of children these days. It's a nice treat, but healthy. I give them to my 2 year old without the guilt.
The pops have 100% of the daily needed vitamin c and are made with real fruit juice, as well as being fat free nut free and having no artificial colors/flavors. Same goes for the gummy bears.
I even enjoy eating the pops and bears. Both very tasty and you can't even tell they're natural at all. They taste plenty sweet.
Price: Gummy Bears are $7.99 for 10 snack packs and the Pops are $7.99 for 40+ pops.
Overall: ***** We love YumEarth!
*Disclaimer* I received an item directly from YumEarth in exchange for a review. I was not paid to try out these products*
A big thank you goes out to YumEarth for allowing me to review this product and for offering a giveaway