Pumpkins and early evening sunsets illuminating the skies with bursts of turquoise and pink. It can only be autumn holidays in England;
To celebrate the christmas season, we collaborated with our sister brand Chi to offer you an incredible hamper worth £230.
What’s included in the Christmas hamper ?
1. NURTRIBULLET, THE SUPER FOOD NUTRITION EXTRACTOR WITH ALL THE ACCESSORIES.
2. £100 WHOLEFOODS GIFT CARD
3. 6 BOTTLES (250ML) OF CHI RAW COCONUT WATER TO MIX IN YOUR SMOOTHIES OR JUST TO ENJOY ONE BY ONE.
Our raw coconut water is the most pure coconut water that you can find in the market. It is unheated with nothing added and nothing taken away. This means both the taste and nutritional content are unchanged. This product is also 100% organic, fairtrade and sustainable.
4. FULL RANGE OF GIVING TREE
This innovative range of all-natural, preservative-free fruit and vegetable crisps undergo a combination of freeze-drying and vacuum frying to ensure maximum nutrients and superior taste. Rich in antioxidants, potassium and fibre, they are a convenient way of reaching your 5-a-day.
HOW TO ENTER ?
It is really easy, all you need to do:
2 Repost Chi Christmas hamper on Facebook or/and Instagram or/and twitter
The competition will be running from the 20th November 2015 to the 18th December 2015 3pm, so good luck everyone!
Here are the links :
Chi & Giving Tree Christmas Hamper T&Cs: Correct entries will be submitted into our prize draw, and a winner selected at random. The winner will be contacted via twitter or Facebook, or Instagram and must respond within 48 hours to receive their prize; otherwise a new winner will be selected. Open to UK residents only.Tags: 1-of-your-5 a day, christmas, clean eating, clean snack, coconut water, competition, crisps, crispy snacks, fitness, freebies, freeze-dried fruit, gift card, giving tree, healthy eating, nutribullet, raw coconut water, snack, veggies, wholefoods, win, winter
In case you haven’t noticed it yet; our Giving Tree fruit crisps are really special as they are freeze dried. Sounds pretty fancy,