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It might sound like something for Dash and his dad, Mr. Incredible. But Mission Nutrition is actually an initiative for every family. That’s why we’re partnering with them on the Healthy Kitchen Cupboard, Healthy Eating Contest. You might have read about it on SavvyMom already, but in case you missed it, it’s a contest for a chance to win a consultation with a registered dietitian right in your home and a $300 shopping spree! She will assess what’s in your cupboard and show you how to maximize your family’s healthy eating habits—for good.
Some superheroes need to focus on saving their families instead of the world. They’re called Moms. That’s why Mission Nutrition just makes sense. You can get started on your mission right here—just enter for your chance to win!
When you think Apple, do you think fresh and tasty or bits and bytes? It’s time to get back to basics and celebrate Family Day with your family by taking them to the ball. In celebration of the McIntosh Apple’s 200th anniversary—one of Canada’s native and most popular varieties—the Ontario Apple Growers are hosting an exciting Winter Apple Ball on Monday, February 21st (Family Day) at the Westin Harbour Castle in Toronto.
SavvyMom is giving away 8 family passes of 4 tickets to the upcoming event. Attractions at the ball include:
And we have our winners:
Pamela Braithwaite, Natalie Hedderson, Melissa Erskine, Kari Lockett, Tracy Travers, Danielle Smith, Mary Tong and C. Smith.
Faye Clack Communications, the PR firm representing Ontario Apple Growers, will be contacting you all directly by email with your e-ticket. Congratulations to all of our winners and thank you to everyone who submitted a comment.
Buying food locally is one way to be green (and healthier) in the kitchen. The next step is to choose cookware that is safe for your family and the environment. This Earth Day, cook ‘green’ with eco-friendly cookware from GreenPan.
What makes these products revolutionary is that they’re the first environmentally-friendly, PTFE-free, non-stick cookware constructed with Thermolon. Thermolon is a ceramic-based coating that can cook in extreme temperatures without damaging the product or breaking down over time. I like that GreenPan contains no toxic substances that can be released at high heat. This, along with the fact that Thermolon ovenware releases 60% fewer greenhouse gases than other non-stick products during production and is made from non-toxic raw materials that are recyclable or biodegradable is good news for moms and families everywhere.
Imagine the impact we could make if everyone made small changes like this in their kitchens.
Because this week we’re all about ‘green’, we’re giving away one set of GreenPan Bali series eco-friendly frying pans, valued at $80, to one of our lucky readers.
To Enter: Post a response to this blog before Earth Day, April 22, sharing your favourite ‘green’ kitchen tip. At the end of Earth Day, we’ll conduct a random draw and choose a winner. Tell us what your favourite green kitchen tip is? We really want to know!
Click here for contest rules and regulations.