Back to School is just around the corner and EnviroKidz crispy rice bars are the perfect lunchbox snack! We love them because they are gluten free, contain low sodium, they are made with organic ingredients and they are delicious. On top of that 1% of EniroKidz sales go to help the planet as they are a “1% for the planet” member.  The packs of these don’t last at our house because we all end up snacking on them.

We also love Nature’s Path granola bars. These are filled with fiber and whole grains and they are also low in sodium. We like that these granola bars are chewy, moist, and full of flavour, they make a great mid-afternoon snack for my husband and I.



Win it: EnviroKidz is offering a super lucky Canadian reader the chance to win a EnviroKidz Back-to-School Snacks prize pack valued at $100!  See photo above.  The lucky winner will also receive a SEE Turtles Adoption Certificate*. SEE Turtles was launched in 2008 as the world’s first effort to protect these species through ecotourism, and will be hosting the conservation activities as part of their Envirotrip Contest.

*This certificate signifies a $100 donation is made to Billion Baby Turtles, an initiative of SEE Turtles. The donation is made by EnviroKidz to Billion Baby Turtles, on behalf of the winner. This allows the winner to be part of “adopting” or rather, “sponsoring” these precious little turtles survival!  Certificate will be mailed to the winner.

Enter to win below via Rafflecopter. Good Luck!



Nature’s Path is sending three lucky families to Costa Rica on a trip of a lifetime! – more details next and click on the image below to enter. SO amazing!

EnviroKidz is sending three lucky families on an EnviroTrip to Costa Rica to help save the sea turtles at SEE Turtles, a non-profit wildlife conservation travel operator in the beautiful OSA peninsula. Three lucky winners and their families (three groups of 4 people) will get an all-expense paid trip to Costa Rica in March 2015. They will spend three days working with Costa Rican organization SEE Turtles to catch endangered green and hawksbill sea turtles in the Golfo Dulce, a beautiful gulf located alongside the Osa Peninsula. They will help researchers set out nets, measure the turtles, and collect important data before releasing them back to the water. In addition, the winners will participate in a mangrove restoration project, helping to plant two species of mangrove trees that are critical to turtles and other wildlife of the Gulf. Finally, the winners will visit a chocolate farm to see how the world’s favourite treat is made!


Disclosure: I received a sample of a product to facilitate my review. No other compensation was provided and all views and opinions stated on this post are 100% my own.