Friday, January 03, 2014

Welcome Winter Giveaway Hop: Enter to Win a Rigoni di Asiago Sample Box ($30 RV) #WelcomeWinter


I’m so glad you’ve joined us for the Welcome Winter Giveaway Hop, hosted by The Review Wire, which will run from January 3-17, 2014. Every blogger participating in this event is offering a winter-related giveaway worth a minimum of $20. There is also a Grand Prize: Two readers will each receive a pair of Mujjo Leather Crochet Touchscreen Gloves {$102 each}! CLICK HERE to enter!



My wonderful sponsor for this giveaway is Rigoni di Asiago! This family-owned company from Italy produces delicious 100% Fiordifutta, a unique light fruit preserve; Nocciolata hazelnut and chocolate spread; DolceDì natural sweetener; and several delicious types of honey from every region of Italy. When you’re stuck inside the house on a cold winter day, these products will make you feel like you’re vacationing in Italy! Whip up some wonderful recipes using Rigoni di Asiago products (CLICK HERE FOR RECIPES) and bask in the warmth of food and family. You can learn more about Rigoni di Asiago’s mouth-watering products and the company’s history at http://rigonidiasiago-usa.com/.

One lucky winner will receive a Rigoni di Asiago sample box valued at $30 (shown below)!



The box will contain:
1 hat and 1 apron with Rigoni logo
2 honey jars
1 folding shopping bag
3 Fiordifrutta pouches (sample sizes)
a booklet

Enter through the Rafflecopter form below. This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and will end at 11:59 PM EST on January 17, 2014.



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Disclaimer: I received compensation for a previous post for this sponsor, but all opinions are 100% my own. The Welcome Winter Event Bloggers are not responsible for sponsors that do not fulfill their prizes.

240 comments:

  1. Anonymous5:17 AM

    Rigoni di Asiago is a family-owned company from Italy that produces delicious 100% organic jam, honey and chocolate spreads Renee

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  2. I would love to try Italian Mandarin Honey! I love honey:)

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  3. I learned the Fiordifrutta Fruit Spread is 100% organic and made from over 3 lbs. of fruit and has no added sugar

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  4. I learned that: Rigoni di Asiago has based its activity on producing from organic farming. Starting with honey, the company successfully proceeded onto making Fiordifrutta jams, the natural sweetener DolceDì, Nocciolata chocolate and hazelnut spread and most recently,

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  5. It's 100% organic. =]

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  6. I love the 100 year family history of the company - started by the widowed mom of 9.

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  7. The Limited Edition Italian Mandarin Honey is available at Whole foods.

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  8. I would love to try the Fiordifrutta, the site says it is a unique, light jam (no citric acid, no additives). It simply contains fruit sweetened with organic apple juice, providing a completely natural, healthy, low-calorie spread.

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  9. I learned that their honey is "Defined as “raw” honey because it is cold-processed (patented by Rigoni di Asiago) it is rich in vitamins, minerals, enzymes and organic acids as well as natural antibacterial and antibiotic properties. "

    alyce poalillo, apoalillo@hotmail.com

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  10. I think the Organic Fruit Spread Rose Hip sounds very interesting.

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  11. The Organic Hazelnut cocoa and milk spread looks amazing!! I would love to try this!! Kortney Picker

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  12. I would love to try their italian mandarin honey, that sounds delicious.

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  13. I'd love to try the Organic Italian Acacia Raw Honey, we are tying to find alternatives to sugary juices for our son to drink, this can be used as a sweetener.

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  14. i want to try the hazelnut spread its sounds awesome

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  15. The organic italian orange blossom raw honey sounds yummy.

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  16. I like that everything is organic.

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  17. Darlene Jones-Nelson2:34 PM

    I learned Rigoni di Asiago has based its activity on producing from organic farming.

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  18. Cindy Merrill2:46 PM

    The Raspberry Drop scones recipe looks scrumptious.

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  19. I would love the New Mandarin Honey!

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  20. Brenda I3:15 PM

    All their spreads look really yummy.

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  21. I want to try the organice Mandarin Honey. I love honey and I'm always looking for new types.

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  22. peach fruit spread.

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  23. I loved looking at the recipes. This sounds amazing! Apple Sandwiches with Granola and Nocciolata

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  24. I like that it is healthy organic products...good stuff.

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  25. The honey is made From Only Trusted Beekeepers. That's awesome.

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  26. I'd like to try their hazelnut spread!

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  27. I love the idea of mandarin honey -- two of my favorite flavors!!

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  28. id like to try the Organic Roast Chicken with the apricot spread.

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  29. I would also love the Organic Fruit Spread Cherry

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  30. I learned you can buy some of their products at Whole Foods.

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  31. I want to try the Mandarin Honey!

    (Jasmine P)

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  32. The Organic Italian Wildflower Raw & Creamy Honey would be wonderful!

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  33. I would like to try the Organic Cherry Fruit Spread.

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  34. I'd like to try the Mandarin Honey so bad I'm almost drooling!!! LOL

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  35. I found a recipe for Salty Honey Pie on the Rigoni di Asiago website that is quite unlike anything I've seen--and looking at recipes is my hobby!

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  36. bn1009:25 PM

    learned Fiordifrutta is a unique, light jam

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  37. I learned that the Fiordifutta Jams, the Real Taste of Fruit
    doesn't contain added sugar, only apple juice, and I love that.

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  38. They have a chocolate and hazelnut spread. Yum!

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  39. I learned that they use organic ingredients. I also learned that Nocciolata sounds delicious.

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  40. The Limited Edition Italian Mandarin Honey is sold at Whole Foods Markets.

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  41. Sarah Ann11:54 PM

    I learned, after searching their store locator, that my local grocery store just down the street carries Rigoni di Asiago products.

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  42. Organic Fruit Spread Plum is my favorite.

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  43. Good honey really is SO good and this looks amazing! I learned that they have several varieties of honey with different tastes and colors.

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  44. I learned there is a store only 7 miles from me that carries their products.

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  45. I would love to try the organic lemon fruit spread-yum! Thanks for the great giveaway and the intro to a new company :)

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  46. I have severe food allergies and have to limit much of what I eat. I also can't eat many sweets due to the way my body converts the sugars into yeast. I can eat the chocolate spread, the jams, and the honey. I want to cry with happiness here. My children, both on the ADHD diet, would be able to eat these items as well. What rare treats this would be for all of us.

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  47. jodi frasier/lasher10:12 AM

    I would like to try the apricot fruit spread. They all look yummy though. Thanks

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  48. I would enjoy trying Limited Edition Italian Mandarin Honey, it would be super for my cup of tea.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  49. I learned that Fiordifrutta is made with 100% organic fruit and sweetened with apples rather than sugar.

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  50. I like that everything is organic

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  51. Ilearned that the Mielbrio Italian Mandarin Honey is available at Whole Foods Market and that Rigoni di Asiago is a family-owned makes 100% organic jam, honey and chocolate spreads sounds so yummy to me.

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  52. i would love that hazelnut spread

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  53. I like the New Mandarin Honey

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  54. I learned that they make a hazelnut spread (Rigoni di Asiago, Nocciolata) that sounds amazing!

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  55. I would love to try this one: http://rigonidiasiago-usa.com/our-products/fiordifrutta/organic-fruit-spread-wild-berries/

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  56. I loved ready about the many raw organic honey

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  57. I'd like to try the Limited Edition Italian Mandarin Honey

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  58. Their products are organic

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  59. All of the products sound good. Would especially like to try the Italian Mandarin Honey

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  60. Anonymous4:28 PM

    I like that the spreads are not not sweetened with added sugar but naturally with apple Juice... i curious how the spread may differ from jams and jellies or preserves

    -Lynn

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  61. I like that they are organic and I cook a lot of Italian so I really like that also.

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  62. I like the Nocciolata Organic Hazelnut Spread with Cocoa and Milk

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  63. They created Fiordifrutta, made with 100% organic fruit and sweetened with apples rather than sugar.

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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  64. I was unfamiliar with this brand and am happy to find a product to try that is all natural.

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  65. Prepared with perfectly ripened organic fruit (Laura DeLuca)

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  66. I would like to try the hazelnut spread

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  67. Love the almond topped chocolate turnover recipe.

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  68. The Limited Edition Italian Mandarin Honey sounds wonderful!
    bethelderton59 at gmail dot com

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  69. I love the mandarin honey and I love how they use organic ingredients.

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  70. fmaily owned company Val

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  71. Would love to try their organic honey.

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  72. Anonymous9:09 PM

    I love trying new foods, so I'd love to try the Italian Honey :) bethechange1989@yahoo.com

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  73. I love the variety of honeys they have especially the raw honey which I use

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  74. I like the Fiordifrutta Organic Fruit Spread Blackberry!

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  75. I like how they have such a great variety of fruit spreads. They sound delicious.

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  76. Organic Fruit Spread Seville Orange sounds om nom nommy.

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  77. I learned that the honey is defined as “raw” honey because it is cold-processed (patented by Rigoni di Asiago)

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  78. Debbie12:47 AM

    I would like to taste the Blueberry and Strawberry Fiordifrutta.

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  79. The hazelnut spread sounds so good. I love that the ingredients are all organic.

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  80. I like that it is a family owned company started by a mom.

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  81. I learned that they have Nocciolata, a smooth and delicious organic cream of hazelnut and chocolate spread and it sounds really fantastic. I can't wait to try it. Thank you.

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  82. i really like their recipes especially this one: Sweet Grilled Pizza with Strawberries and Chocolate thank you!

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  83. Rigoni di Asiago has just unveiled its finest MielBio® Italian Mandarin Honey Limited Edition! Available exclusively at Whole Foods Market®

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  84. I learned that the Italian Mandarin Honey -which sounds fabulous-is available only at Whole Foods. I'll have to stop by a pick some up!

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  85. I love it being organic the Fruit Spread Peach sounds really great

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  86. I'd like to try the Rigoni Di Asiago Wildflower Honey.
    Thank you!

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  87. Anonymous9:59 AM

    orange blossom raw honey sounds tasty

    BeckyJo
    beckybopp at netzero dot com

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  88. I would love to try the Limited Edition Italian Mandarin Honey

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  89. The fruit spreads are so exotic! I would love to try the wild blueberry one.

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  90. The raw honey sounds so good. I didn't know you could get honey from pine.

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  91. I would like to try their Organic Fruit Spread/Peach dwelchert at yahoo dot com

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  92. I love blackberries, so I'd choose the blackberry fruit spread.

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  93. the honeys sound ummmyy

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  94. These are sold at my whole foods! woop woop!

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  95. Limited Edition Italian Mandarin Honey sounds really yummy!

    ncprincess96 at yahoo dot com

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  96. I learned that there is a store in my city that sells their products.

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  97. I would LOVE to try their Fiordifrutta Organic Fruit Spreads! They contains only ripened organic fruit sweetened with organic apple juice, so it is all natural, healthy, and low-calorie,

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  98. I like the blueberry Fiordfrutta

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  99. http://rigonidiasiago-usa.com/our-products/fiordifrutta/organic-fruit-spread-plum/

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  100. I liked the recipe for baked brie.

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  101. I like the Nocciolata Organic Hazelnut Spread with Cocoa and Milk.

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  102. Thanks for the giveaway! I've actually tried a sample of their hazelnut spread and it was really yummy. I would love to win!

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  103. I'd love to try the Nocciolata Organic Hazelnut Spread with Cocoa and Milk since my daughters love chocolate spreads. :)

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  104. I liked the recipes.

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  105. I learned that Rigoni di Asiago was one of the first in Italy to "go organic"

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  106. Oh my, the Nocciolata Organic Hazelnut Spread with Cocoa and Milk looks sooooo good!

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  107. I like that it's 100% organic.
    Brittney House BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com

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  108. Love this: 100 year family history of the company and started by the widowed mom of 9

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  109. YUM!! Learned AND like that their products are organic!

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  110. all organic. can't go wrong there!

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  111. Oooh I'd like to try the Nocciolata Organic Hazelnut Spread.

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  112. Lauren-Olivia Wood8:29 PM

    I learned this product is organic!

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  113. I like their choices of recipes...especially Caramelized Banana Crepes with Nocciolata

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  114. I think I would enjoy all of their products. I especially like the Nocciolata Organic Hazelnut Spread with Cocoa and Milk. Yummmmmmmmmm. Kimarie S kimariestebbins @ hotmail.com

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  115. Charles Burbridge9:24 AM

    I learned the nearest place that sells this stuff is 65 miles away.

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  116. I would love to try the Organic hazelnut spread.

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  117. I want to try the Nocciolata Organic Hazelnut Spread with Cocoa and Milk

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  118. Anonymous12:52 PM

    I really love the Nocciolata. I've tried it several times and its delicious.

    Love3570@aol.com

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  119. I like that they're based on organic farming.

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  120. I like that all of their products are 100% organic and it is a family owned company

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  121. I like that it's all organic.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  122. Its nice to know that It's 100% organic

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  123. Such a cool story that the company was started by a widow and her oldest boys and is still in the family! just awesome!
    I love that everything is organic. the recipes for the roasted organic chicken, and salted honey pie look amazing.
    me_juliet@hotmail.com

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  124. I would love to try the Mielbio Organic Italian Honey.

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  125. I learned that the Rigoni family lives in the Altopiano di Asiago, a mountain plateau in North Italy famous for its sunny climate, meadows and woodlands.

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  126. i learned its organic!

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  127. I have never even heard of this brand until now, and I have been missing out! All natural, organic spreads and jams from Italy, how can you go wrong ;) Thanks for the chance to try this amazing product!

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  128. I like this Mielbio Organic Italian Honey

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  129. I would love to try their italian mandarin honey

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  130. I would love to try the Mielbio Organic Italian Orange Blossom Raw and Creamy Honey.

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  131. Didn't know that they had Nocciolata Organic Hazelnut Spread with Cocoa and Milk!

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  132. Awesome - Mielbio Organic Italian Honey

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  133. The Nocciolata Organic Hazelnut Spread with Cocoa and Milk sounds yummy.

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  134. Would love to try the lemon Fiordifrutta spread!

    -Hannah Avery
    hannahavery85@yahoo.com

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  135. Anonymous10:25 PM

    I learned that honey was the product the company started with!

    Jenny Stanek
    orangestar17(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  136. I learned their jams are made with organic fruit and sweetened with organic apple juice.

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  137. Anonymous3:16 PM

    al: The mandarin honey is from Calabria.

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  138. I like that it is a family owned company!

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  139. I like that it is 100% organic

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  140. I would love to try the Seville Orange Fruit Spread.

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  141. the peach fruit spread sounds good!

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  142. I learned that they have a great recipe section on their website that I just spend 10 minutes writing down new dishes to try!

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  143. Anonymous10:21 AM

    I'd love to try the Organic Fig Spread.


    Desiree Dunbar
    desireedunbar@hotmail.com

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  144. I'd love to try the Limited Edition Italian Mandarin Honey - - Paol Trenny..... emscout9 at Hotmail dot com

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  145. I like all their recipe ideas! Especially the Chocolate Nocciolata Ravioli Dessert! YummO!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

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  146. I learned that Nocciolata is a smooth and delicious organic cream of hazelnut and chocolate spread. It sounds delicious. :)

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  147. The Italian Mandarin honey sounds absolutely divine! I love honey, and this sounds like something that would be absolutely delicious.

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  148. Christine Beasley2:32 AM

    Rigoni di Asiago has based its activity on producing from organic farming.

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  149. Italian mandarin honey sounds delish

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  150. I would love to try the Organic Italian Orange Blossom Raw & Creamy Honey!

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  151. Gayle S4:07 PM

    I would love to try Nocciolata Organic Hazelnut Spread with Cocoa & Milk. They say it takes nearly 60 hours of slow processing to bring out all the flavor of the hazelnuts and chocolate.

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  152. jennifer Dunaway4:38 PM

    Rigoni di Asiago has based its activity on producing from organic farming.

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  153. Rigoni di Asiago has just unveiled its finest MielBio® Italian Mandarin Honey Limited Edition!

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  154. The Mandarin Honey looks fabulous. Love to put it on a warm biscuit!

    roblyn66 at yahoo dot com

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  155. The Mandarin Honey looks wonderful. Love real honey and not that stuff in the plastic bear.

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  156. I would like to try the Limited Edition Italian Mandarin Honey. I'd even make the drive down to San Diego for it! It sounds delicious.

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  157. Judy Gregory3:49 PM

    Would love to try Organic Italian Orange Blossom Raw & Creamy Honey. I'm trying to drink more tea and less coffee.

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  158. I would like to try the Organic Fruit Spread Strawberry

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  159. Cindy B (on rc/fb) ~ I love that their products are organic and that Hazelnut spread looks like a great alternative to Nutella.

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  160. I would love to try the Organic Pomegranate Fruit Spread.

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  161. I learned that it is all organic, which is what we try to eat at home.

    jennylovesjeff (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  162. I would love the hazelnut spread!

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  163. I learned that this is a family owned company that is committed to providing quality organic ingredients. they started with honey but also make various jams and spreads . yum!

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  164. Rigoni di Asiago is a family-owned company from Italy that produces delicious 100% organic jam, honey and chocolate spreads.Purely organic which I love!

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  165. They have a limited edition Italian Mandarin Honey only available at Whole Foods

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  166. I would like to try their Organic Fruit Spread Wild Berries. This would be great on toast and English muffins!

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  167. I learned that the Altopiano di Asiago is a mountain plateau in North Italy famous for its sunny climate, meadows and woodlands. Sounds lovely! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  168. I love their recipe section. The Chocolate Nocciolata Ravioli Dessert looks sooooo good!
    heymissvirginia at embarqmail dot com

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  169. I learned that the new flavor of honey Mandarin, is available at Whole Foods. I will look for it.

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  170. I would like to try the Organic Fruit Spread Wild Berries.

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  171. i would like to try the Organic Fruit Spread Lemon

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  172. Their fruit spreads are made with organic fruits. The cherry one is delicious!!!

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  173. IT is a family owned company.

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  174. tracy webb10:40 PM

    can only be found at whole foods

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  175. I love that it is 100% organic, and the mandarin honey sounds amazing!

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  176. I learned that they are family owned and organic. I already buy their honey, just need the chocolate spread and fruit spread in my cupboards. :D

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  177. i was very excited to learn that "Nocciolata Organic Hazelnut Spread with Cocoa & Milk is organic, non-GMO, Kosher certified, and gluten free." - it's hard to find yummy organic chocolate spreads!

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  178. i want to try their Organic Fruit Spread Plum

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  179. Sarah Hall12:30 PM

    I love that the fruit spread is made from organic fruits and has not additives.

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  180. I learned Rigoni di Asiago has just unveiled its finest MielBio® Italian Mandarin Honey Limited Edition! Available exclusively at Whole Foods Market®, the new Mandarin

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  181. i learned that it is all organic and i would love to try them

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  182. I learned they have some great sounding recipes.

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  183. i like the hazelnut spread

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  184. i want to try the Caramelized Banana Crepes with Nocciolata recipe.

    i am tony l smoaks on rafflecopter.

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  185. Rachael G.8:54 PM

    they have 100% organic chocolate spreads

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  186. Family owned company. I love that. And my daughter loves Nutella. Looks like they have a chocolate spread that she might like!

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  187. I would love to try the Organic Fruit Spread Cherry

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  188. I learned that they are a family run company and some of their products are available at whole foods

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  189. Their products are available at Whole Foods.

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  190. My Honey/Hubby is a huge Honey fan and I know he would want to try them ALL. I'd love to sample some (all?) of the Fruit Spreads, especially Wild Blueberry,Fig and LINGONBERRY! Thanks!

    Jesselyn A/Jesstinger
    jessterlyn(at)aol(dot)com

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  191. I would like to try the Nocciolata & the mandarin honey

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  192. I'd love to try the Organic Italian Acacia Raw Honey!

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  193. cindy1:58 PM

    All the honeys and fruit spreads sound amazing. I never heard of pink grapefruit spread before.

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  194. I like the different flavors of the Italian Raw Honey

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  195. I *love* that it's all organic! =)

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  196. I learned its 100% organic!
    ptavernie at yahoo dot com

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  197. Organic is always a plus!

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  198. I want to try the Nocciolata Organic Hazelnut Spread with Cocoa and Milk!

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