Cuties Oranges


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THIS CONTEST HAS ALREADY ENDED, CONGRATULATIONS SHERRY!

What do you get when you combine an sweet orange with a Chinese mandarin? A Cutie!  These easy to peel and seedless mini oranges are DELICIOUS!  My entire family raved.  Cuties are high in nutritional content and incredibly kid-friendly.  I loved not having to hunt for the seeds to make them safe for my boys.  They were also easy to throw in my diaper bag and peel on the go.  

Cuties can be found at many major retailers in November through April.  

If you visit the Cuties website with your children you can also play a Cutie game!  It may help you to get your child to try the eat oranges!  

Cuties is giving away 5 sample packages to 5 lucky Does Mommy Love It? winners!  Simply visit their site and come back to comment on something you learned.  For additional entries:

1) Email 5 of your friends and tell them why they should check out DoesMommyLoveIt?. Be sure to COPY us on the email (doesmommyloveit@gmail.com)! Then comment stating you did so.

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Contest Ends December 20th, 2008 Midnight.

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71 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. AmyNo Gravatar

    I learned that Cuties have natural fiber – does that mean all oranges do?! I should be eating more of them – fiber, vit. c, tasty…

    December 3rd, 2008

  2. BabaNo Gravatar

    Easy to peel, High in Vitamins, Nutritious snack for kids. What’s not to love?

    December 3rd, 2008

  3. BabaNo Gravatar

    I subscribe via email

    December 3rd, 2008

  4. BabaNo Gravatar

    I am following you.

    December 3rd, 2008

  5. BabaNo Gravatar

    I have your button.

    December 3rd, 2008

  6. clenna in NHNo Gravatar

    I am a subscriber

    December 3rd, 2008

  7. clenna in NHNo Gravatar

    I learned that Cuties have only 80 calories!

    December 3rd, 2008

  8. AshleyNo Gravatar

    They have an EZ Peel for kids.

    December 3rd, 2008

  9. Millicent C.No Gravatar

    I love that they only have 80 calories :) Thank you for giving us a chance to win such a great prize!

    December 3rd, 2008

  10. mannequinNo Gravatar

    These sound Yummy! Though they are advertised as “Easy Peel”, before I went to the site and read, I figured it was just like other advertising claims. This one says that “Easy Peel” actually means that there is no pulpy skin left on the orange either. My child would eat more citrus fruits if they were like this.
    They sound wonderful!

    December 3rd, 2008

  11. Millicent C.No Gravatar

    I am a subscriber :)

    December 3rd, 2008

  12. mannequinNo Gravatar

    I’m a subscriber!

    December 3rd, 2008

  13. Millicent C.No Gravatar

    I am a follower :)

    December 3rd, 2008

  14. SaraNo Gravatar

    I lvoe that they are easy to peel for kids!

    December 3rd, 2008

  15. Millicent C.No Gravatar

    And I have your button :)

    December 3rd, 2008

  16. SaraNo Gravatar

    I’m a subscriber.

    December 3rd, 2008

  17. mannequinNo Gravatar

    I’m a twitter follower! imabrat

    December 3rd, 2008

  18. SaraNo Gravatar

    I have your button on my blog!

    December 3rd, 2008

  19. mrs.mommyyNo Gravatar

    easy to peel- perfect for kids-

    December 3rd, 2008

  20. mrs.mommyyNo Gravatar

    subscriber

    December 3rd, 2008

  21. mrs.mommyyNo Gravatar

    sent 5 emails and sent one to you too

    December 3rd, 2008

  22. marybeth iNo Gravatar

    the clementine orange first came to the US in 1909

    December 3rd, 2008

  23. marybeth iNo Gravatar

    I am a subscriber!

    December 3rd, 2008

  24. marybeth iNo Gravatar

    I have your button

    December 3rd, 2008

  25. Vickie CouturierNo Gravatar

    they are only in season from November to April so its something you have to enjoy while you can,I think my little grandsons would love this,thanks

    December 4th, 2008

  26. Vickie CouturierNo Gravatar

    I am a subscriber

    December 4th, 2008

  27. jennifer bowenNo Gravatar

    wow i love to win this and well oranges are full of vidman c thanks

    December 4th, 2008

  28. Vicki wurglerNo Gravatar

    cuties are free from fat, transfat, cholesterol & sodium

    December 4th, 2008

  29. Patricia HillNo Gravatar

    I was surprised to learn that they are raised in the San Joaquin Valley since that is where I grew up. My kids love Clementines.

    December 4th, 2008

  30. KimberlyNo Gravatar

    Cuties provide nearly 14% of the daily recommended amount of fiber in one serving. Fiber that tastes good!
    Thanks for the chance to win!

    December 4th, 2008

  31. KimberlyNo Gravatar

    I’m a subscriber!

    December 4th, 2008

  32. Brenda S.No Gravatar

    Easy to peel, High in Vitamins, Nutritious snack for kids. What’s not to love? Thanks!

    December 4th, 2008

  33. SherryNo Gravatar

    They contain 15% of the daily req Folate, wow! Plus potassium, which I need for my blood pressure.

    December 4th, 2008

  34. SherryNo Gravatar

    I’m a subscriber, thanks.

    December 4th, 2008

  35. SherryNo Gravatar

    I follow on twitter – Sherrylinn

    December 4th, 2008

  36. Nancy JNo Gravatar

    Cuties are rich in Vitamin C, an essential nutient for ahealthy immune system.

    December 4th, 2008

  37. Nancy JNo Gravatar

    I’m a subscriber

    December 4th, 2008

  38. Nancy JNo Gravatar

    Button is on my sidebar here

    December 4th, 2008

  39. Nancy JNo Gravatar

    December 4th, 2008

  40. judy brittleNo Gravatar

    I learned that when you click on kids stuff you get taken to a game to play. I lost. Plus Cuties are fun! Thank you!

    December 5th, 2008

  41. judy brittleNo Gravatar

    I’m a subscriber.

    December 5th, 2008

  42. JoNo Gravatar

    Cuties are only in season Nov. through April
    jceko77@yahoo.com

    December 5th, 2008

  43. JoNo Gravatar

    I’m a subscriber
    jceko77@yahoo.com

    December 5th, 2008

  44. katieNo Gravatar

    looks like 2 cuties are only 80 calories, sounds like a good sweet snack for me not just the kids.

    December 5th, 2008

  45. Kristine MichelleNo Gravatar

    They are easy to peel, nutritious, and only 80 calories.

    December 7th, 2008

  46. Geneveive larsonNo Gravatar

    I like that they are locally grown in California.

    December 7th, 2008

  47. Geneveive larsonNo Gravatar

    subscriber

    December 7th, 2008

  48. Geneveive larsonNo Gravatar

    have your button up

    December 7th, 2008

  49. Geneveive larsonNo Gravatar

    I follow you on twitter – mommyjen99

    December 7th, 2008

  50. JessyNo Gravatar

    easy to peel and seedless! =)

    December 9th, 2008

  51. JessyNo Gravatar

    i’m a subscriber, too!

    December 9th, 2008

  52. colleenNo Gravatar

    I’m a subscriber!! yippee

    December 9th, 2008

  53. NoreenNo Gravatar

    they are in season from November to April

    December 10th, 2008

  54. CarolsueNo Gravatar

    Don’t let their size fool you! They are a powerhouse of nutrition!

    December 10th, 2008

  55. CarolsueNo Gravatar

    I subscribe via e-mail

    December 10th, 2008

  56. Tamara B.No Gravatar

    Cuties are free from fat,trans- fat, cholesterol, and sodium.
    tamben7996(at)aol(dot)com

    December 11th, 2008

  57. Tamara B.No Gravatar

    I am a subscriber.
    tamben7996(at)aol(dot)com

    December 11th, 2008

  58. AndreahNo Gravatar

    I learned that Cuties have lots of fiber.

    December 12th, 2008

  59. AndreahNo Gravatar

    I am a subscriber.

    December 12th, 2008

  60. AndreahNo Gravatar

    I follow you on Twitter (simplyandreah)

    December 12th, 2008

  61. AndreahNo Gravatar

    I have your button up.
    mylifesahoot.blogspot.com

    December 12th, 2008

  62. Sarah/Just Add CharmNo Gravatar

    I follow you on Twitter.

    December 17th, 2008

  63. ShellyNo Gravatar

    Cuties have only 80 calories – perfect snack

    December 18th, 2008

  64. ShellyNo Gravatar

    I subscribe

    December 18th, 2008

  65. ShellyNo Gravatar

    I follow on twitter – phxbne

    December 18th, 2008

  66. Timothy SternbergNo Gravatar

    I learned that Cuties have natural fiber.

    December 19th, 2008

  67. jasmineNo Gravatar

    Algerian Father Clement may have been the first to discover the hybrid or they are from China. Sounds like a natural hybrid though if it was discovered

    December 20th, 2008

  68. Aunt LoLoNo Gravatar

    I subscribe

    December 20th, 2008

  69. Aunt LoLoNo Gravatar

    I never knew Cuties were a cross with “kam kat” (mandarins)

    December 20th, 2008

  70. uhhhh charliNo Gravatar

    i tried cuties last week and i found 6 seeds in mine. :( i was really disapointed.

    March 8th, 2012

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