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Thursday, January 23, 2014

Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil Giveaway

When I was first offered to help promote this giveaway, I was thinking coconut oil = beauty product. Boy was I wrong. It falls into the edible and cooking/baking supply categories. With that said, here's your chance to win a jar. The giveaway is open to residents of US and Canada and ends on 2/5.
Enter the Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil Giveaway. Ends 2/5 US/CAN

Hosted by: So Sew Mama
Sponsored by: Tropical Traditions.


To learn more about Tropical Traditions and coconut oil:

Giveaway
Winner Will receive a (32 oz.) jar of Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil . Which retails for $40. It is currently on sale for $29.95
1/23 - 2/5
Open to US & Canada. You must be at least 18 year of age to participate. Void where prohibited. Canada residents must complete the skills test entry or they will not be eligible to win. This is not required in the US.


Disclaimer: Tropical Traditions did not compensate me for this post. No product was received. This giveaway is in no way affiliated or endorsed by Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest. Tropical Traditions is responsible for prize fulfillment. Winner has 48 hours to claim prize or a new winner is chosen. 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 the giveaway host will receive a discount coupon for referring you. Note for Canadian residents: Tropical Traditions is not responsible for customs or duties that Canada may charge for your prize. 

25 comments:

  1. I learned that when you buy Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil, you are buying the highest quality coconut oil and that it is still made by hand benefiting families in the rural areas of the Philippines where the coconuts grow.

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  2. It has the highest quality coconut oil made by hand.

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  3. I like that you can use coconut oil for a variety of everyday things in life.

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  4. I love the variety of uses coconut oil has, I mainly use it on my hair though.

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  5. I learned this brand uses the traditional wet-milling method called "fermentation." "Fermentation" here is defined as the natural separation of the coconut oil from water using gravity. No machine or other substances are used in the extraction.

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  6. I didn't realize that there was different qualities of coconut oils, but I do like the variety of its uses.

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  7. I like the Organic Coconut Oil Hair Oil with Rosemary

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  8. I like using the basic Organic Coconut Oil when I make homemade dog biscuits. I've used it with several of my rescue's dogs, We have taken in dogs that were emaciated, with excessively dry skin and even large patches of missing fur. The difference after a few weeks of good food and being supplemented with coconut oil. I can always use more of this great product.

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  9. I'm a huge fan/user of coconut oil. I use it in cooking, for beauty products and I even mix a spoon in the puppie's food every time I feed them, it's great for their coat and digestion

    Sharon

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  10. I learned there are different ways to express the coconut oil and those ways determine what type of oil it will be.

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  11. I learned that " No machine or other substances are used in the extraction"--awesome.

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  12. I love all the things you can use coconut oil for.

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  13. I learned that this is the highest quality , there are different levels of extraction . Processed and unprocessed....

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  14. I learned about virgin cocnut oil and how it is extracted by hand the old-fashioned way.

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  15. I like that coconut can be used for so many things- baking, health, beauty. a great product to have on hand.
    terra j sweeps
    tradewindsbar@hotmail.com

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  16. My favorite thing to use coconut oil for is scrambled eggs. I love all the uses for it.

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  17. I learned that the natural, pure coconut oil is very stable with a shelf life of several years.

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  18. I learned that coconut oil can last for several years on the self and that it has many uses and that the company was the first to bring the oil to the us in 2001

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  19. I learned that it can be used for more than just baking. I've never tried coconut oil before, but I'd love to use it in my cooking and baking!

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  20. I learned that there is really no difference between extra virgin and virgin coconut oil

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  21. I learned that "Liquid Coconut Oil," is a refined product derived from coconut oil.

    sugarsweet7202@yahoo(dot)co­­­­­­­­m

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  22. I learned: "Quick drying of fresh coconut meat which is then used to press out the oil."

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  23. i learned that the melting point of coconut oil is about 76 degrees

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  24. The primary component, and the most valueable part of coconut oil, is lauric acid. In fractionated coconut oil, lauric acid has been removed by fractionation, which makes this coconut oil derived product liquid at a higher temperature.

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  25. I learned that all coconut oils contain large amounts of lauric acid, usually around 50%.

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