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Giveaway: 32 Ounce Jar of Gold Label Coconut Oil from Tropical Traditions (Ends 03/09)

It is no secret that I love coconut oil. If you are unaware of my love affair with this amazing product then I suggest you head over to my Coconut Health page or visit 160 Uses for Coconut Oil.

 

When I discovered coconut oil a couple of years ago, I took a lot of time researching the various brands available. I wanted to make sure that I was getting the very best. I also wanted to make sure that I wasn’t spending an arm and a leg.

Enter Tropical Traditions.

When I did an internet search for coconut oil products, review after glowing review of Tropical Traditions popped up. I read them all. Ok, I read the first 3 pages worth. Apparently this was the go-to coconut oil in the coconut oil world.

I quickly ordered a 32 ounce jar of the Gold Label Coconut Oil to see if indeed this was everything it was cracked up to be.

My coconut oil arrived two days later (even with regular shipping) and I eagerly opened up the jar and dug in with a spoon. YUM! Honestly. This coconut oil was fantastic. (I made the mistake of eating too much on day one but that is a story for another day).

I was completely hooked. Knowing what I knew about the powers of coconut oil, I become a coconut oil devotee. I was thrilled to have found a company that offered a superior product at an affordable price. I was also excited to be able to purchase coconut oil in bulk. Tropical Traditions is the only company I know if that offers five gallon pails of coconut oil!

Tropical Traditions offers several types of coconut oil in a wide range of sizes including Gold Label Coconut Oil, Green Label Coconut Oil, and Expeller Pressed Coconut Oil. Gold Label is my oil of choice although I do use the Expeller pressed for personal care products as well for my dog. If you would like to see a side by side comparison of these three products, visit the FAQ section on the Tropical Traditions site.

I think that it is very important for anyone interested in coconut oil to watch this short video: “How We Discovered Virgin Coconut Oil – An Interview with Brian Shilhavy, CEO Tropical Traditions”. It will really help you understand more about this amazing product.

Aside from the fact that Tropical Traditions offers one of the highest quality coconut oils available, there are a whole host of reasons why you should do business with them. Here are just a few highlights:

·    They have a strong commitment to family farming and organic standards.

·    They stand firmly against genetically modified foods.

·    They research and find out where the products are produced, and how they are produced. If they do not meet their standards then Tropical Traditions will work with the producers to enhance the quality of their product.

·    They adhere to fair trade practices.

·    Their customer service is fantastic! I had ordered several bags of flour and due to a labeling error was sent the wrong ones. (It was a LOT of flour too!) I called customer service and they sent four new bags out. Again, there was a labeling error that had not yet been discovered so now I had eight bags of the “wrong” flour. Not only did they quickly fix the labeling error but they sent me eight bags of the correct flour. And I got to keep the eight other bags of flour. Needless to say – I have enough flour of the rest of my life.)

·    The founder of the company is ridiculously nice, extremely devoted to his company and customers, and goes out of his way to make personal contact. Seriously. This man blew me away recently with the time he took to have an email exchange with me.

 

Obviously, Tropical Traditions is my go-to source for coconut oil but did you know that they sell all kinds of other great products? I also purchase items like palm oil, coconut flour, coconut peanut butter, coconut hair oil, toothpaste and more. They really are a one stop shop!

Guess what? Tropical Traditions is generously giving away a 32 ounce jar of their Gold Label Coconut Oil to one lucky reader!

All you have to do to enter is to visit the Gold Label Coconut Oil Page and tell me where the coconut oil is made. Then, leave a comment on this post (be sure to include your email if it is not linked to your profile)!

But wait! There are MORE ways to win!

Extra Entries are SUPER EASY. Leave a second comment with the numbers of the corresponding entries. So if you did them all you would simply say “I did #s 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8. Easy, easy peasy! I will do the heavy lifting at the end of the giveaway.

Here are all the extra entry options. If you are already doing these, cool. If not, have at it!

1.   Subscribe to the Tropical Traditions Newsletter (where you will stay up to date on sales like free shipping!)

2.   Like Tropical Traditions on Facebook

3.   Follow Tropical Traditions on Twitter

4.   Subscribe to Hybrid Rasta Mama via RSS and/or email

5.   Like Hybrid Rasta Mama on Facebook

6.   Follow Hybrid Rasta Mama on Twitter

7.   Follow Hybrid Rasta Mama on Pinterest

8.   Follow Hybrid Rasta Mama on Networked Blogs

This giveaway opens today, February 28, 2012 and closes March 9, 2012 at 11:59pm PST. Winner will be selected via random.org. I will email you and you will have 48 hours to respond before another winner is selected.

If you order by clicking on any of my links and have never ordered from Tropical Traditions in the past, you will receive a free book on Virgin Coconut Oil, and I will receive a discount coupon for referring you.

Good Luck!

Comments

  1. Great giveaway! They make their oil on Mt. Banahaw in the Philippines.

  2. I subscribe to HRM on facebook.

  3. I subscribe to HRM through email.

  4. The coconut oil is made in the Philippines. (mamagatzemeyer at gmail dot com)

  5. I do #4 and 6

  6. Mt Banahaw, Philippines

  7. I did # 2, 4, 5, 7, 8

  8. Their coconut oil is from the Philippines

  9. I did #’s 1,2,3,4,5,6
    FB: Stacie Robinson
    Twitter: @WhompinWillow
    e-mail: whompingwillow9.3.4@gmail.com

  10. They make their coconut oil in the Phillipines

    sistermomy at hotmail dot com

  11. I get the TT newsletter

    sistermomy at hotmail dot com

  12. I follow Tropical Traditions on fB
    Joni Owada
    sistermomy at hotmail dot com

  13. I follow Tropical Traditions on Twitter (JoniOwada)

    sistermomy at hotmail dot com

  14. Like HRM on Facebook
    Joni Owada

    sistermomy at hotmail dot com

  15. I subscribe to you by email

    sistermomy at hotmail dot com

  16. Made in the Philippines

    owen.darlene@gmail.com

  17. I Subscribe to the Tropical Traditions Newsletter

    owen.darlene@gmail.com

  18. I Like Tropical Traditions on Facebook

    owen.darlene@gmail.com

  19. I Follow Tropical Traditions on Twitter

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  20. I Follow Tropical Traditions on Twitter

    owen.darlene@gmail.com

  21. I Subscribe to Hybrid Rasta Mama via email

    owen.darlene@gmail.com

  22. I Like Hybrid Rasta Mama on Facebook

    owen.darlene@gmail.com

  23. I Follow Hybrid Rasta Mama on Twitter

    owen.darlene@gmail.com

  24. I Follow Hybrid Rasta Mama on Networked Blogs

    owen.darlene@gmail.com

  25. I subscribe to tt newsletter/emails

  26. I have bought this oil for years and love that it comes from the Philippines.

  27. I did 2 and 4.

  28. the coconuts are from the Philippines

  29. thanks for the giveaway!
    I did 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8

  30. Anonymous says:

    their coconut oil is from the Phillipines!

    maria.whipple@gmail.com

  31. Anonymous says:

    I also do #1 and #4…thanks for the giveaway!

    maria.whipple@gmail.com

  32. Mt. Banahaw in the Philippines., I also did 1, 2,4, 5, 7,
    brodyrebelsmommy@yahoo.com

  33. Mt Banahaw, Philippines
    kungfukid81@yahoo.com

  34. It’s made in Mt Banahaw, Philippines.

    kristen_yeh at yahoo dot com

  35. I subscribe to the TT newsletter.

    kristen_yeh at yahoo dot com

  36. I like TT of FB.

    kristen_yeh at yahoo dot com

  37. Their coconut oil is from the Philippines.

  38. I did 1, 2, 3, 5, and 6

  39. Made in the Philipines! Sounds yummy!

  40. Anonymous says:

    It is made in the Phillipines. Mistymalia25@hotmail.com

    I did 1,2,4, 5 and 8

    ~Misty

  41. bohohippiemom says:

    In the Phillipines! ldavis345 (at) gmail (dot) com

  42. bohohippiemom says:

    I follow TT on Facebook as Lori Davis ldavis456(t) gmail (dot) com

  43. bohohippiemom says:

    I follow TT on Twitter bohohippiemom. ldavis345 (at) gmail (dot) com

  44. bohohippiemom says:

    Subscribed to TT newsletter. ldavis345 (at) gmail.com

  45. bohohippiemom says:

    Liked you on Facebook! Lori Davis. ldavis345 (at) gmail(dot) com

  46. bohohippiemom says:

    Following you on Twitter as bohohippiemom
    ldavis345 (at) gmail (dot) com

  47. In the Philippines.

    radicansgardenia@gmail.com

  48. I did #1, 2, 3, and 6.

  49. The oil is made on Mt. Banahaw in the Philippines.
    pkildow at gmail dot com

  50. I subscribe to Tropical Traditions newsletter.
    pkildow at gmail dot com

  51. Jan Head says:

    Hi! Would love to win the free coconut oil!!! I do #’s 1,2,4,5 and 7! Their oil is made in the Philippines, they live on Mt. Banahaw.

  52. MamaHunfy says:

    It is made in the Phillipines

    hun423 at hotmail.com

  53. MamaHunfy says:

    I Subscribe to the Tropical Traditions Newsletter

    hun423 at hotmail.com

  54. MamaHunfy says:

    I Like Tropical Traditions on Facebook as Vashti McMurray

    hun423 at hotmail.com

  55. MamaHunfy says:

    I Follow Tropical Traditions on Twitter as @MamaHunfy

    hun423 at hotmail.com

  56. MamaHunfy says:

    I Like Hybrid Rasta Mama on Facebook as Vashti McMurray

    hun423 at hotmail.com

  57. MamaHunfy says:

    I Follow Hybrid Rasta Mama on Twitter as @mamahunfy

    hun423 at hotmail.com

  58. MamaHunfy says:

    I Follow Hybrid Rasta Mama on Networked Blogs as Vashti McMurray

    hun423 at hotmail.com

  59. Godsgalnj says:

    It’s made in the Phillipines! :) (Godsgalnj@gmail.com)

  60. Godsgalnj says:

    im subscribed to the TT newsletter

  61. Godsgalnj says:

    I follow TT on twitter as Godsgalnj

  62. Godsgalnj says:

    I like TT on facebook as Jocelyn Paul

  63. Godsgalnj says:

    I follow you on Twitter as Godsgalnj

  64. Godsgalnj says:

    I liked you on fb as Jocelyn Paul

  65. The Fam says:

    Oil is made in the Philipinnes, thank you for the giveaway!

    shannoncarman at yahoo dot com

  66. Charissa says:

    It’s made in the Philippines!

  67. Charissa says:

    I subscribe to their letter!

  68. Charissa says:

    I follow them on Twitter!

  69. This coconut oil is made on Mt. Banahaw and surrounding areas from organic coconuts.

  70. I did/do
    #1
    #2
    #4
    #5

  71. Mt Banahaw, Philippines!

  72. subscribed via email to TT: 2kidsblogger (at) gmail (dot)com

  73. Following your TT via facebook – user name: 2kidsblogger

  74. Following TT on twitter – user name: @2kidsblogger

  75. Tropical Traditions coconut oil is made in the Philippines.

    Thanks for the chance to be lucky :-)

  76. Lee Ann says:

    Quezon Province in the Philippines! Wonderful oil – I love using it for cooking, oil pulling, & skin care products.

  77. @bohohippiemom WHEW!!!! After a whole lot of work, I finally have a winner and it is YOU! Congrats! I am emailing you tonight!

  78. We have a WINNER! Congrats to BOHOHIPPIEMOM! Enjoy this amazing product!

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