California Prunes Contest: Win set of Storage Canisters
Enter the new California Prunes contest on Facebook for a chance to win a storage canister setValid Till 2020-04-29
- Prize Value$100
Posted On April 1, 2020
California Prunes Canada Contest
Prunes provide dietary fibre and antioxidants and they are a delicious snack. Here is an interesting fact.
Did you know that prunes are good for your bones? A study shows that eating just 6 prunes a day can increase your bone density!
So munch on this and also enjoy these new cool #Foodie giveaways from California Prunes.
< The California Prunes – Canada Plumtastic Contest >
California Prunes – Canada is giving away a
Win a set of canisters, and keep your California Prunes airtight.
The California Prunes – Canada Plumtastic Contest is now ongoing until April 29th, 2020.
The Prize winner will be selected in a random drawing , will be notified via email or phone and MUST respond within the time specified in the notice.
The California Prunes – Canada Plumtastic Contest is open to Canadian residents (excluding Quebec).
You must have reached the age of majority in your province of residence to participate.
To participate in the California Prunes – Canada Plumtastic Contest
- Go to facebook.com/CAprunesCAN/
- Follow @caprunescan
- Like the post
- Comment and tag a friend who loves prunes.
- Share this post to your IG story for a bonus entry.
- Then click ” Go to www.facebook.com/CAprunesCAN click here to enter
LIKE if you want to win this prize! Share so your friends can win too 🙂
California Prunes Prizes
There are many prizes to be won from the #CaliforniaPrunes fan and homepages. Every month you could win a new prize, ranging from $100 gift cards to kitchen appliances and more. Examples include:
- set of storage canisters
To enter on the California Prunes homepage,
- Go to www.californiaprunes.ca
- Enter your full name, city, province, postal code, email, phone and complete the contest form
- Then click “SUBMIT“
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I like the recipes with california prunes.
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