Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Food Storage 101 Giveaway!


**This Giveaway is Closed**

Congratulations to Gina Lopez for winning all six cans featured in our Food Storage 101 posts.

It's time for another giveaway! This one features the six cans we've covered during our Food Storage 101 segment last week. If you missed some days last week, here is the list of cans as follows:

Honeyville Quick Cook Black Beans
Honeyville Freeze Dried White Chicken
Honeyville Freeze Dried Vegetable Mix
Honeyville Freeze Dried Apples
Honeyville Hard White Wheat
Honeyville Powdered Whole Eggs

To become eligible for the contest, review the five Food Storage 101 blog posts from last week, then head over to our Facebook page at  https://www.facebook.com/FromFarmsToFamilies. Once there, you must first like our page, then find the post regarding the giveaway and answer the following question correctly: "What is the shelf life of Can #4 featured in our Food Storage 101 weekly posts?"

The winner will receive all six #10 cans featured that week. Entries must be completed by Saturday, August 4th at Noon (Pacific Time) and the winner will be messaged on their Facebook account. Good luck and thanks for following us!


lfhpueblo said...

Entered on your FB page about the Shelf Life of the Freeze Dried Apples Can #4 having a 10-15 year shelf life. Are you going to just pick a random winner from all correct entries? Just wondering. Thank you for the opportunity to enter.

lfhpueblo said...

The article you referred people to, gave the shelf life for unopened Freeze Dried Apples, not opened. I know some people are putting both unopened and opened in their answer, but since you told people to refer to the articles, I'm hoping that if you just have the unopened answer on the FB page giveaway entry that you'll not be disqualified.

Cookin' Cousins said...

Hello! Thank you for the blog post. Yes we will be looking for the shelf life of an unopened can, so don't worry if you didn't put the shelf life after it was open.

Once the giveaway is over, we will randomly select a name from the correct answers posted on our facebook page. Thanks and good luck!

fitandfun said...

An unopened can will last 10 to 15 years. Thanks! :)