Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Earth's Sweet Pleasures Fudge Review and Giveaway

One thing I really wanted to bring you all this week was a tasty organic treat. I am a chocoholic, I could eat it all day every day. But I've found it difficult to find organic chocolates locally. So I turned to the Internet and found Earth's Sweet Pleasures.


Earth's Sweet Pleasures endeavors to make the highest quality organic gourmet fudge in the world while supporting sustainability of the planet and it's inhabitants. Our fudge is made the old-fashioned way, using an original family recipe that is 25% less sweet than conventional fudge, enhancing the intense flavor of the award winning rich, dark chocolate. Every ingredient in our fudge is all natural certified organic and the delicious dark chocolate is grown by fair trade farmers in Central and South America. By purchasing our fudge you help sustain the rainforest where cacao trees are grown in the shade of the canopy. A portion of our proceeds go to environmental and humanitarian organizations that promote economic fairness for cacao farmers and their families.
At Earth's Sweet Pleasures you will find Rich Rainforest Dark Fudge, both plain and with walnuts. The fudge with walnuts is their bestseller. All of their fudge is made with organic, fair trade chocolate. They were kind enough to send me a sample of the Rich Rainforest Dark Fudge with Walnuts to taste. I actually received it just the other day and let me tell you, it took a great amount of willpower to not eat the entire piece all at once because it is so delicious. Very rich and creamy and literally melts in your mouth. Not only does it taste great, but its comforting to know that there are no artificial yucky ingredients. The ingredient list on my sample fudge bar reads as follows:

Ingredients (All Organic): Evaporated Cane Juice, Fair-Trade Chocloate - 65% Bittersweet, Marshmallow Creme, Walnuts, contains Dairy (Half & Half), Natural Oil Blend, Vanilla Extract, Love & Gratitude.
Of course the best ingredients are the love and gratitude. There are no substitutes for that!

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Green Mama's Pad readers can get 15% off orders when using code GMP001 at checkout.

***GIVEAWAY CLOSED***

Win
Earth's Sweet Pleasures kindly sent me a 1/2 pound box of Rich Rainforest Dark with Walnuts to send to one lucky winner. Allergy notice: please note that this fudge contains walnuts.

Mandatory Entry
Visit the Earth's Sweet Pleasures site, take a look around at all the pages and come back and tell me something I did not mention above. You must complete this entry before you can submit any extra entries.
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- Follow me on Blogger or subscribe to my RSS feed
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- Blog about this giveaway with a link to Green Mama's Pad and Earth's Sweet Pleasures. Please leave link in comment.
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- Add my Earth Day Blog Party button to your sidebar. This gets you TWO entries, so leave two comments.
- Follow me on Twitter and tweet this giveaway. Leave link to tweet in comment.
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- Become a fan on Facebook.
- Read my Kaboogie review, visit the Kaboogie store and leave a comment on my review telling me your favorite item. Then leave a comment here letting me know you did it.

This giveaway is open to US Residents 18+ only and will end on Tuesday, April 28th at 11:59pm EST. One winner will be chosen at random using Random.org. Winner has 48 hours to claim their prize otherwise a new winner will be picked. You must leave your e-mail address in your comment(s) so I can contact you. I will not share your e-mail address with anyone, it will strictly be used to notify you if you win. Good luck!

235 comments:

  1. Wow, I just found your blog through the Shopping Mama. Thanks for all the great tips. I trying to get my family living more green as well. You have given me alot of thing to work on. I'm still not sure about those reuseable pads though.

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  2. ESP’s Mission Statement:
    "The goal of Earth's Sweet Pleasures is to produce and market delicious, high quality organic foods in an environmentally friendly and socially conscious way and share a percentage of its revenues with select humanitarian organizations."

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  3. Blog follower

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    Michelle became a fan of Green Mama's Pad. · Comment · Like

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  5. Yuuummmm!! "In the coming months you can expect to see our “Fudge of the Month”, with special recipes like Dark Espresso with Hazelnuts, Cranberry Pecan and Cocoa Mint."

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  6. I have your Earth Day Button on my blog.

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  7. I have your Earth Day button on my blog. #2

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  8. they will be starting a fudge of the month soon
    maryann@darocks.com

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  9. I have your button
    maryann@darocks.com

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  10. I have your Earth Day Blog Party Button
    maryann@darocks.com

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  11. I have your earth day blog party button #2
    maryann@darocks.com

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  12. Fudge of the Month coming soon!

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  13. they offer free shipping on $50+ orders

    alison_luby at hotmail dot com

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  14. I love that they are ecologically responsible when producing their gourmet goods. Yay for not taking advantage of the earth's natural resources!

    Thanks for the giveaway :)
    hurdler4eva(at)gmail(dot)com

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  15. They are the first to make organic fudge! num num num!

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  16. I blogged about this giveaway it is pinned to the top

    http://greeneathjourney.com

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  17. Ive got your Earth button!

    http://greeneathjourney.com

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  18. Ive got your Earth button

    http://greeneathjourney.com

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  19. I left a comment on the Kaboogie review

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  20. They offer free shipping on orders over $50 -- should come in very handy at Christmastime!

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  21. Until now, Organic and Fudge have never been combined. ESP has brought to the world two of the most popular types of Fudge: Certified Organic Classic Semisweet and Certified Organic Rich Rainforest Dark, (both available with and without walnuts). In the coming months you can expect to see our “Fudge of the Month”, with special recipes like Dark Espresso with Hazelnuts, Cranberry Pecan and Cocoa Mint. Our goal is to provide you with the most flavorful Gourmet Fudge made with the finest organic ingredients available.
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

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  22. I learned, "In the coming months you can expect to see our “Fudge of the Month”, with special recipes like Dark Espresso with Hazelnuts, Cranberry Pecan and Cocoa Mint. " OMG, I will have to order the dark expresso with hazelnuts. That sounds so yummy!

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  23. wow i love to give them a try add me on in thanks jenny9675309@yahoo.com

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  24. and i got the earth day button

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  25. You can purchase this fudge in 1/2 lb, 1 lb or 2 lb boxes.

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  26. This fudge sounds so delicious. I love ESP’s Mission Statement:
    "The goal of Earth's Sweet Pleasures is to produce and market delicious, high quality organic foods in an environmentally friendly and socially conscious way and share a percentage of its revenues with select humanitarian organizations."

    Thanks so much.

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  27. they're going to start a fudge of the month soon

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  28. The goal of Earth's Sweet Pleasures is to produce and market delicious, high quality organic foods in an environmentally friendly and socially conscious way and share a percentage of its revenues with select humanitarian organizations.

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  29. I read on their site about Fair Trade. I try and buy all my coffee, clothing, and now chocolate fair trade.

    Here is what they had to say about Fair Trade Chocolate: "If you buy from companies that only sell fair-trade chocolate, then you know that you are NOT supporting "slave labor" in Africa. The majority of the organic, fair-trade cacao comes from co-ops in South and Central America, with some farms now converting in Ghana and a few in South East Asia. There is a lot of information on the web about this pressing issue, and Nestle is the first company actually being taken to court in February 2008 in Los Angeles for their unfair labor practices in Africa. This is only the beginning. Many more giants of industry will be called to task. "

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  30. You are on my Technorati favorites (sleekymeerkat)

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  31. You can purchase this fudge in 1/2 lb, 1 lb or 2 lb boxes

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  32. In the coming months you can expect to see our “Fudge of the Month”. Sounds absolutely delicious!

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  33. I follow and tweeted: http://twitter.com/susanlanai/status/1580735171

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  34. part of proceeds go to charities that support farmers


    frogz60@hotmail.com

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  35. Sweet- they have an upcoming “Fudge of the Month”!


    texas_heartland84[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  36. i like dark chocolate or good dark fudge

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  37. The Gourmet Organic Fudge also comes in 1/2 lb., 1 lb. and 2lb. boxes and comes with or without nuts :o)

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  38. tweeted

    http://twitter.com/lisagee123/status/1581541016

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  39. Kaboogie is great! I left a comment there.

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  40. In the coming months you can expect to see our “Fudge of the Month”, with special recipes like Dark Espresso with Hazelnuts, Cranberry Pecan and Cocoa Mint.

    I love mint so this one would be one of my favorites... of couse anything with dark chocolate and hazelnuts will also be OK by my book. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  41. Free shipping is on orders of at least 50.00 to one address!

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  42. I have a 12 year old in the house and he loves fudge so he wants me to win, of course.

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  43. "fudge of the month" coming soon

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  44. A 1 oz serving has only 120 calories and 7 grams of fat with no Trans Fat or Cholesterol. Only 2 grams of Saturated fat. Those are some good numbers for a decadent treat.

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  45. Fair Trade Certified agricultural products including coffee, tea and herbs, cocoa and chocolate, fresh fruit, sugar, rice, and spices (vanilla) are currently available at over 35,000 retail establishments in the U.S.

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  46. The 65% bittersweet dark chocolate is grown on organic farms in Central and South America and scored highest in the San Francisco Chronicle's blind tasting for its rich flavor.

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  47. The goal of Earth's Sweet Pleasures is to produce and market delicious, high quality organic foods in an environmentally friendly and socially conscious way and share a percentage of its revenues with select humanitarian organizations."

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  48. ORGANIC AND FUDGE NEVER COMBINED BEFORE. FUDGE of the month coming be great for holidays

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  49. To make it easy for all- here's the contact info I found:
    Contact Info:
    Reonne Haslett, Co-owner
    Phone: 530-292-3425
    organicfudge@earthssweetpleasures.com

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  50. Organic fudge has a smooth texture vs grainy for regular fudge

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  51. they will be starting a fudge of the month soon, thanks for the giveaway

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  52. they offer free shipping on orders over 50 bucks!


    jennifer.llera@gmail.com

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  53. They are the first to make organic fudge.

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  54. They also make the fudge in a candy bar form, which is available only in stores (and according to the list, not very many of them unfortunately!)

    clynsg at yahoo.com

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  55. Ilearned that they have the ingredient : infused with Love & Gratitude. cute!

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  56. free shipping on orders over $50

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  57. They offer free shipping with orders of $50 or more

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  58. In the following months -they are going to have a fudge of the month club!

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  59. They won a award in the San Franisco Chronicle Chocolate Festival. It sounds yummy

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  60. Yum. I'll do anything for chocolate, but I won't do that. Please accept my entry. Thank you.

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  61. The Fudge of the Month is coming in the next few months!! mmmm. Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill@comcast.net

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  62. Shipping for their products is free if you spend $50 or more.

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  63. Mmmm-I want to sign up when they start their Fudge of the Month! Thank you!

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  64. The fudge is a great earth-friendly gift. I really like the lower sugar content. I hope I win so I can try this great fudge.

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  65. Chocolate is derived from almond-shaped beans which are harvested from pod-like fruits that grow directly out of the trunks of trees

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  66. I was not aware that Africa claims 80% of worldwide cacao trade, producing 8,000 tons of cacao beans each year.

    spitfyr323 at hotmail dot com

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  67. I'm a subscriber!

    spitfyr323 at hotmail dot com

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  68. They offer free shipping for orders over $50 -- THANKS FOR THE GIVEAWAY !!!!!
    pbrigance62@comcast.net

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  69. any businesses are choosing Earth's Sweet Pleasures fudge as a conscientious alternative for corporate gift giving.

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  70. fudge of the month is coming soon - yum!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  71. I have to say one of the best things I learned was that "Earth’s Sweet Pleasures uses only the finest organic ingredients available. We periodically research for higher quality and/or newer ingredients, assuring that the quality of our fudge is the finest available on this planet." and my favorite chocolate is dark

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  72. A 1998 report from UNICEF, the United Nations Children's Fund, concluded that some Ivory Coast farmers use enslaved children, many of them from the poorer neighboring countries of Mali, Burkina Faso, Benin and Togo. A report by the International Labour Organization based in Geneva, Switzerland, also found that trafficking in children is widespread in West Africa.

    Jennifer, jennem22 at yahoo dot com

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  73. I learned that one serving of Earth's Sweet Pleasures fudge is only 120 calories. That's not at all bad as long as you don't eat the entire box at once (she says with a guilty look on her face). asthenight at gmail dot com

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  74. They use a fair-trade, organic 65% bittersweet chocolate that won an award in a San Francisco Chronicle Chocolate festival recently.

    dangotmail AT yahoo DOT com

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  75. They have free shipping for all orders over $50.

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  76. This is the first time that
    i have ever heard of this product.
    fastfreddie1959.
    From OLS.

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  77. they're going to start a fudge of the month!

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  78. I learned that Cacao beans are the "raw" form of chocolate.

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  79. Fair Trade certification is a market-based model of international trade that benefits over one million farmers and farm workers in 58 developing countries across Africa, Asia and Latin America.

    apsychmommy at gmail dot com

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  80. faved ya on technorati--apsyhmommy

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  81. They use 25% less sweeteners in their recipes.

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  82. There are 120 calories in 1 oz. of fudge, which doesn't really seem that bad.

    jwright (at) iowatelecom (dot) net

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  83. Yum.Fudge Of the Month coming soon.
    darbie1962 at yahoo dot com

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  84. Earth's Sweet Pleasures Fudge is used for corporate gift giving. jelly15301@gmail.com

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  85. E-mail subscriber. jelly15301@gmail.com

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  86. Blog follower. jelly15301@gmail.com

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  87. In the coming months they plan to have a “Fudge of the Month”, with special recipes like Dark Espresso with Hazelnuts, Cranberry Pecan and Cocoa Mint.
    Thanks for the review and giveaway!

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  88. I left a comment on your Kaboogie review.

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  89. free shipping with: At least $50 must be purchased at one time.

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  90. Until now, Organic and Fudge have never been combined. ESP has brought to the world two of the most popular types of Fudge: Certified Organic Classic Semisweet and Certified Organic Rich Rainforest Dark, (both available with and without walnuts).
    tamben7996(at)aol(dot)com

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  91. I am an email subscriber.
    tamben7996(at)aol(dot)com

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  92. I follow.
    tamben7996(at)aol(dot)com

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  93. I am a fan on Facebook.
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  94. I read my Kaboogie review, visit the Kaboogie store and leave a comment on my review telling me your favorite item.
    tamben7996(at)aol(dot)com

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  95. free shipping with $50 order - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  96. "Fair Trade certification is a market-based model of international trade that benefits over one million farmers and farm workers in 58 developing countries across Africa, Asia and Latin America. Fair Trade certification enables consumers to vote for a better world with their dollars, simply by looking for the Fair Trade Certified label on the products they buy. "

    savethemasses@hotmail.com

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  97. I learned that Earth's Sweet Pleasures is fair-trade certified, which means they have safe and friendly labor and sustainability practices!

    Katie Brown
    showbizkp[at]gmail[dot]com

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  98. I follow you!

    Katie Brown
    showbizkp[at]gmail[dot]com

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  99. There is no gluten in their flavoring, and no gelatin in their marshmallow cream.

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  100. If you read the ingredients you will learn that they are infused with Love & Gratitude.

    teechbiz at gmail dot com

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  101. Earth’s Sweet Pleasures uses only the finest organic ingredients available. We periodically research for higher quality and/or newer ingredients, assuring that the quality of our fudge is the finest available on this planet.

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  102. This is their mission statement: "The goal of Earth's Sweet Pleasures is to produce and market delicious, high quality organic foods in an environmentally friendly and socially conscious way and share a percentage of its revenues with select humanitarian organizations."

    Thank you!
    akblessingsabound{at]gmail.com

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  103. I have your Earth Day button!

    Thank you!
    akblessingsabound{at]gmail.com

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  104. You can get free shipping with a $50 dollar purchase!
    pleaseundress@yahoo.com

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  105. In the coming months you can expect to see our “Fudge of the Month”, with special recipes like Dark Espresso with Hazelnuts, Cranberry Pecan and Cocoa Mint.

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  106. Free shipping on orders of $50 or more.

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  107. Love fudge and it can't be much better.

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  108. I learned that "chocolate is derived from almond-shaped beans which are harvested from pod-like fruits that grow directly out of the trunks of trees."

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  109. If you order $50 or more, shipping is free. Thanks for the great giveaway....would love to win fudge!

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  110. Organic food production is legally regulated

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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  111. They offer free shipping on $50+ orders!

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  112. Africa claims 80% of worldwide cacao trade each year

    froggypartyof2@aol.com

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  113. I like the fact they donate profits to various humanitarian groups - the sign of a quality company, one who gives back.

    gieferj@gmail.com

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  114. I would love the chance to win,thanks.
    erma.hurtt@sbcglobal.net

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  115. Earth's Sweet Pleasures was at the Natural Products Association Expo in Las Vegas, July 17-19, 2008

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  116. Chocolate is derived from almond-shaped beans which are harvested from pod-like fruits that grow directly out of the trunks of trees. Thanks so much for such a wonderful giveaway!

    Eloise
    furygirl3132[at]comcast[dot]net

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  117. I ma following you on Twitter (furygirl3132) and I tweeted: http://twitter.com/furygirl3132/status/1629531821

    Eloise
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  118. I added you as a favorite on Technorati (furygirl3132).

    Eloise
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  119. I am also a fan on Facebook!

    Eloise
    furygirl3132[at]comcast[dot]net

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  120. Fudge of the month soon!

    Thanks,

    selinda_mccumbers at yahoo.com

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  121. WOW! Something to look forward to: "Fudge of the Month"! I would love this win for my Mother-In-Law for Mother's Day. She loves walnuts and chocolate! Thanks! senekers@comcast.net

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  122. Free shipping is on orders of at least $50.00.

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  123. i'm a subscriber!!

    ranmel(at)televar(dot)com

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  124. Organic foods are produced according to certain production standards. For crops, it means they were grown without the use of conventional pesticides, artificial fertilizers, human waste, or sewage sludge, and that they were processed without ionizing radiation or food additives. For animals, it means they were reared without the routine use of antibiotics and without the use of growth hormones. In most countries, organic produce must not be genetically modified.Thanks!

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  125. I was very happy to see there was no gelatin in their marshmallow creme, so this is something that I have to try -- thanks again!!

    ranmel(at)televar(dot)com

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  126. I like that they post the nutrition facts on their website

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  127. One thing I learned that you did not mention is that in the coming months you can expect to see their “Fudge of the Month” with special recipes like Dark Espresso with Hazelnuts, Cranberry Pecan and Cocoa Mint. Also they are located in Nevada City, CA.

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  128. I have your button Green Mama's Pad on my blog:

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  129. I have your button Earth Day Blog Party on my blog:

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  130. Second entry for having your button Earth Day Blog Party on my blog:

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  131. I learned that very soon, they will be starting a "fudge of the month"

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  132. I did not realize that chocolate came from pods that grow on trees. Thank you.

    candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

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  133. I just signed up to be a subscriber. I love your site! Thanks for a great giveaway :)

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  134. Earth's Sweet Pleasures will be introducing a “Fudge of the Month”, to include flavors like Dark Espresso with Hazelnuts, Cranberry Pecan and Cocoa Mint.

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  135. They are going to start a Fudge on the month soon that sounds really good

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  136. They will be starting a fudge of the month soon-Diane
    dianesmb@aol.com

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  137. Chocolate is derived from almond-shaped beans which are harvested from pod-like fruits that grow directly out of the trunks of trees

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  138. They had this cool little chart comparing Organic Fudge, to the Regular kind.

    Texture
    Organic-Smooth
    Regular- Grainy

    Initial Taste
    Organic-Chocolatey
    Regular-Very Sweet

    Overall Taste
    Oraganic-Rich & Creamy
    Regular-Chemically

    After Taste
    Organic-Satisfying
    Regular-Filmy

    clarkmurdock@yahoo.com

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  139. They are going to start having a fudge of the month.

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  140. I like the Rich Rainforest dark assorted.


    mercsmercado at yahoo dot com

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  141. Many businesses are choosing Earth's Sweet Pleasures fudge as a conscientious alternative for corporate gift giving. 

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  142. Fan on Facebook...

    sweeps4us(at)gmail(dot)com

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  143. Follow you on Twitter-sweeps4us

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  144. I learned that their fudge is not grainy like regular fudge. All that eco-friendliness with no loss of taste.

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  145. subscriber: heatherg_cna@yahoo.com

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  146. following via google reader:
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  147. blogged with links: http://heathersphere.blogspot.com/2009/04/exp-428-green-mamas-pad-sweet-pleasures.html

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  148. following on twitter: heathergf
    tweet: http://twitter.com/heathergf/status/1635779569

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  149. technorati faved: heathergfrench

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  150. facebook fan: heather m goldsmith

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  151. I left a comment on your kaboogie review with my favorite item :)
    My daughter was looking over my shoulder and spazzed when she saw the Cherry Blossom wristlet. She hasn't even started her summer job and she's already planning how to spend the dough she doesn't have yet. She's set up to learn some valuable & painful life lessons.

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  152. I was reading the FAQs section of Sweet Pleasures fudge, and picked up some fascinating facts about chocolate :) I actually never knew "Nestle" was a real person!

    In 1867, Henri Nestle', a Swiss chemist, and Daniel Peter, a Swiss chocolate manufacturer, discovered a process to add powdered milk to chocolate, thereby creating the infamous "milk chocolate". While this is by far the most popular form of chocolate worldwide, people are rediscovering the health and taste benefits of chocolate in its purist form. For more information on the history of chocolate and its health benefits enter "health benefits of dark chocolate" into any search engine and you will find numerous websites.

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  153. I follow your blog too! Thanks for the extra entry!

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  154. The first organic fudge to be made. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  155. It all looks so yummy

    It is better to support companies who sell fair trade chocolate because then you are not supporting slave labor in africa

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  156. Africa claims 80% of worldwide cacao trade, producing 8,000 tons of cacao beans each year and Organic fudge has a smooth texture (not grainly like regular fudge). Thanks for the contest. lrussel1@rochester.rr.com

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  157. I learned their may be a fudge of the month

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  158. The goal of Earth's Sweet Pleasures is to produce and market delicious, high quality organic foods in an environmentally friendly and socially conscious way and share a percentage of its revenues with select humanitarian organizations

    I think this is really noteworthy.

    madamerkf at aol dot com

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  159. Any of these fudges would be good! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  160. I learned they have a Gourmet Fudge Bar that is sold only in stores in CA,Co,MI,NC,OH, and OR.

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  161. They are the first to make organic fudge

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  162. The 65% bittersweet dark chocolate is grown on organic farms in Central and South America and scored highest in the San Francisco Chronicle's blind tasting for its rich flavor.

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  163. Fudge of the month club. Sign me up!
    Thanks for the giveaway.
    michele3873[at]msn[dot]com

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