January blues, post-Christmas depression, SAD, Blue Monday – whatever you call it, January is a bit crap isn’t it? It’s light for about 47 minutes a day, you’re broke and tired… I know what you need!
This competition comes courtesy of the lovely people at Get Fruity. January isn’t crap for them – they’re celebrating because they’ve just started selling their Cornish made fruity oat bars in Tesco.
I’ve been munching my way through a couple of their mixed boxes over the last few weeks and they really are tasty. Get Fruity bars are made with fruit, oats and virgin coconut oil, contain absolutely no refined sugars, and are gluten free, dairy free and vegan certified. They have really interesting flavours too, like juicy apricot, orange and ginger.
Basically they’re pretty ace.
Because they’re so tasty and wholesome, they’re perfect for packed lunches. With this in mind, Get Fruity have put together a fantastic prize bundle, consisting of a month’s supply of their mixed boxes, a choice of either a Frozen or an Avengers lunch box and drinks bottle, and a £50 voucher to spend at one of their stockists – either Ocado, Waitrose or Tesco – it’s up to you which you’d prefer.
How to win a £50 supermarket voucher and Get Fruity gift bundle
To enter, the first thing you have to do is get yourself over to the Get Fruity website, have a browse, and leave a comment on this post telling me which flavour bar tickles your fancy.
Once that’s done, you need to register your comment in the Rafflecopter widget below. This puts your name into my virtual hat and also opens up a whole load of bonus entries. Do as many as you can to help your chances of getting your hands on the Get Fruity goodies.
The competition will close at 11.59pm on 26th January 2017 and is open to UK residents only. Good luck!
The winner will be contacted via email after the closing date and has 30 days to claim their prize. A winner is picked at random by Rafflecopter. Prize is as stated. Judge’s decision final. By entering you agree to be contacted by Slummy Single Mummy and Get Fruity for marketing purposes, but are free to unsubscribe at any time.