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Giveaway and Review - Get Fruity Bars

These fab Get Fruity bars are the brain child of fellow Cornish lady Davina Whiteoak. Davina grew up on a farm in Cornwall and after working in the food industry for 15 years decided to move back home to develop the Get Fruity Bar, a moist and nutritious fruit bar packed full of flavour.

The company started in her farmhouse kitchen but has now spread worldwide, selling as far away as the Middle East. The bars are gluten free and vegan and currently come in three different flavours including Juicy Apricot, Orange and Ginger, Scrumptious Strawberry and Moist Mixed Berry, with three new flavours launching soon.

I was lucky enough to be sent the whole range to try so I can vouch first hand for their deliciousness! The kids favourite was the Scrumptious Strawberry bar but I really enjoyed the Moist Mixed Berry packed full of blackcurrants and cranberries.

I've got a box of Get Fruity Bars to giveaway to one Jam and Clotted Cream reader. To enter just fill in the Rafflecopter widget below. UK entrants only please.

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  1. Strawberry, they look delicious! :)

  2. Replies
    1. Strawberry - Joanne Beale

  3. Apricot

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

  4. Strawberry is my favourite! :)

  5. Difficult choice, but I'd go with Strawberry, just!

  6. I prefer Strawberry

  7. Strawberry please.

  8. It's close, but strawberry just edges it :)

  9. I prefer the strawberry flavour

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  11. I think I'd prefer the Strawberry :)

  12. Apricot :) Thanks for the giveaway! :)

  13. Yummy scrummy apricot for me.

  14. They both sound delicious, but I would go for the apricot one!

  15. Apricot for me, Although I love fresh strawberries I find it very hard to eat anything strawberry flavoured :)

  16. Strawberry sounds good :=)

  17. zoe somerfield7 March 2016 at 08:03


  18. hard choice but strawberry wins! :)

  19. Tough choice but I think I'd have to go for strawberry

  20. Apricot, although strawberry sounds good too!


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