Easter is around the corner, and one of the first things we see out on the store shelves is all the Easter candy. Although treats aren’t our main focus for Easter, we still have egg hunts and add candy to the eggs with the Scripture scrolls and other Easter symbols. What are health conscious parents to do, though, when looking for goodies? Simple! Choose healthier options! YumEarth makes it easy by offering by offering treats with no artificial ingredients, and the best part is, they taste good, too! They would make great Easter treats!
With YumEarth, I know my kids won’t be having treats with artificial dyes (which we work really hard to avoid particularly because we found it increases their sensory issues), artificial sweeteners, etc. Plus they are gluten-free as well, which is a lifestyle choice we are working towards. What’s more, though, is they use real fruit extracts and grow their ingredients on sustainable family farms, which definitely appeals to eco-conscious consumers like myself as well! I love that they make an effort not only to offer treats that are better for our families, but for our environment as well!
We have had a chance to review a variety of YumEarth Organic candies including the Organic Gummy Bears and Organic Lollipops. Our kids love them and are always asking for more! Now that they are available in more local stores than ever after adding 7,000 Walgreens stores to their already growing list of stores in which they are sold, it’s even easier to make a healthier choice!
So if you like to add Easter treats to the kids’ baskets, check out YumEarth for a healthier candy for Easter!
For More Information:
YumEarth is offer a bag of Organic Gummy Bears and Organic Lollipops for the Hop into Spring Giveaway! The Spring/Easter prize pack is valued at over $150! The giveaway runs from 4/5 through 4/19 at 11pm Central Time and is open to US residents ages 18+. Enter the giveaway now!
Disclosure: I received no compensation for this post, though I have reviewed YumEarth Products in the past as linked and disclosed in their respective posts. All opinions are my own and those of my family.