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Cheer on the New Cheerios Packaging Giveaway!

 If you are a Club member, you can recognize the value of buying Cheerios® cereal at your local Costco, Sam’s Club or BJ’s. While buying Cheerios at Club is already easy and affordable, new 2 box Cheerios packaging format makes Cheerios an even better purchase! You can cheer on the value by purchasing the new 2 box Cheerios packages in Club!
 

What’s so exciting?
New 2 box Cheerios contains two individual boxes, making them easier to store and easier to pour!
Not to mention…
By reducing the amount of air in each individual bag, these enhanced containers fit 10% more cereal than before and use less packaging
While each box contains more cereal, packaging material has been reduced by over 200,000 lbs, saving 1,000 trees and taking 130 Cheerios trucks of the road, decreasing CO2 emissions
You don’t have to take our word for it, check out all the benefits of new 2 box Cheerios packaging here.
New and improved 2 box Cheerios are now available on the shelves of Costco, Sam’s Club and BJ’s nationwide.
One lucky reader will get to personally check out the new packaging:

A package containing not one but (2) new 2 box Cheerios packaging (four boxes)
I LOVE THIS NEW PACKAGING!!
To enter the giveaway be a follower of One Crazy Cookie and leave me a comment on what you think of this new packaging? Will it benefit you and your family?
For Extra entries go and vote for One Crazy Cookie here (look in the #75-80 range) Leave me a comment that you did!
Winner will be drawn by random number generator on
May 28, 2012
Thanks and Good luck!!
 Disclosure:  Cheerios® cereal, information, and giveaway have been provided by General Mills through MyBlogSpark.”   

 “Disclosure:  Cheerios® cereal, information, and giveaway have been provided by General Mills through MyBlogSpark.”

Comments

  1. I think any time we can cut down on packaging it's the responsible thing to do, sounds like an economical move for them too. Cheers to Cheerios for taking the lead:@)

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  2. I love this new packaging - it will benefit our family b/c we eat a lot of cereal!

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  3. Hi Tiffanee - I voted for you!

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  4. This would be so cool. We love Cheerios! And cereal staying fresher longer is a great thing (assuming it lasts that long in my house.) =o)

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  5. I voted for you...good luck!

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  6. I love that the packages will be seperate. Be easier to store and won't waste as much for sure!

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  7. I follow you publicly on GFC! -- Gina M
    The new packaging is great because it will take up less space in my pantry. Thanks for the chance to win!
    gina.m.maddox (AT) gmail (DOT) com

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  8. I voted for you on 5/22!

    gina.m.maddox (AT) gmail (DOT) com

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