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Giveaway: Tropicana Little Bottles + Lunchbox Goodies

Giveaway Tropicana Little Bottles
To mark the launch of the new Tropicana Little Bottles range, I've teamed up with Tropicana to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a bundle of lunchbox goodies - just in time for the new term in January.

NEW Tropicana Little Bottles come in a compact 150ml serving size, making them ideal for families on the move - whether it's adding one into the kids lunchboxes or popping one into your bag for work. Available in two classic flavours, Smooth Orange and Pressed Apple, each 150ml serving offers one of your five a day with absolutely no artificial flavours or preservatives - just 100% pure juice. The new Little Bottles range offers an oh-so-easy way to brighten up on-the-go lunches for the whole family.


THE PRIZE INCLUDES


  • Tropicana Little Bottles - Smooth Orange and Pressed Apple
  • A Coolbag lunchbox
  • A selection of Mini Jackson Snack Boxes
  • A Mini Spiralizer

With the launch of the Little Bottles range, Tropicana are also championing people to give their lunchboxes a bit of a healthy makeover to help them reach their 5 a day! The photo below shows you a pretty typical lunchbox that my kids take to school and nursery (although my older two would usually have a sandwich in there too). I think it's pretty well balanced with plenty of fresh fruit and veg, but I have to admit I sometimes pop in a small baked treat too...do you?

Lunchbox with Tropicana Little Bottle



OUR HEALTHY LUNCHBOX INCLUDES


  • Hummus
  • Pepper and Cucumber Sticks
  • Cheese
  • Mini Breadsticks
  • Grapes
  • Dried Fruit- Rasins and Cherries
  • A small baked treat 
  • A Tropicana Little Bottle

THE COMPETITION


To be in with a chance of winning this lovely lunchbox bundle, all you have to do is enter via the Rafflecopter widget below. UK entrants only please.

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Disclaimer: I received some Tropicana Little Bottles and lunchbox goodies for hosting this giveaway. All thoughts are my own.

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  1. i usually have sandwiches yoghurts fruit and a bag of crisps

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  2. sandwhiches , rice pudding and fruit

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  3. In the winter I have a food flask so take pasta, rice or soup. In the summer I like riveta with cream cheese!

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  4. some lovely fruit and a soft drink

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  5. wraps, fruitbread, popcorn, fruit & yogurts

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  6. Usually some form of pasta or rice and some fruit.

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  7. Sandwiches, fruit, rice cakes, cocktail sausages / cheese

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  8. I love to pack nuts, fresh fruit and cut up carrots and celery :) x

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  9. A sandwich, banana, water, nuts, yogurt, biscuit

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  10. Sandwiches crisps apple yoghurt and one little naughty thing. Fingers crossed ⛄⛄⛄

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  11. chicken pasta salad, fruit and a drink

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  12. sandwich, fruit, yogurt, treat and water

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  13. Normally leftovers :-) I am starting a new job where there are no shops nearby so I am going to have to get better at brining in my lunch! Should be good though as will save so much money

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  14. Pasta, juice and a chocolate (only on a Friday)

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  15. Homemade soap and bread, yoghurt & a smoothie

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  16. sandwich or wrap, cake, crisps, some fruit and anything that I fancy

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  17. Generally a sandwich, fruit and yogurt. Sometimes leftovers!

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  18. sandwich, grapes, raisins and crisps x

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  19. Soup or sandwiches with fruit and crisps

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  20. Sandwiches, yoghurt, crisps, choc biccy and apple!! plus a drink, of course!

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  21. sandwiches, banana, pops, grapes

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  22. pasta salad, a piece of fruit and a snack bar

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  23. Sandwiches, crisps, 2 pieces of fruit, a yoghurt & a cereal bar!

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  24. I have protein pancakes and two pieces of fruit.

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  25. usually sandwiches, a small pie, a banana and a yoghurt

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  26. A sandwich or cold pasta salad, fruit and crisps

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  27. little quiches , sandwiches, marmite pinwheels

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  28. Milk, water or juice - ham or cheese & pickle sarnies, a banana and some crisps. x

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  29. It depends. Sometimes it's just sandwiches and fruit but other times I make a quinoa, pasta or couscous salad.

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  30. My favourite would be couscous and fruit! With a bottle of water and maybe a cheese string!

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  31. grapes, satsuma, pepperoni and a sandwich.

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  32. Cheese and pickle sandwiches, grapes, crisps

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  33. a sandwich or pasta salad, carrot sticks and almonds :)

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  34. I try to have a good mix of carbs, fruit / veg and protein plus some juice.

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  35. Usually a sandwich or a wrap, fruit and water and a fun size treat

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  36. Sandwiches, crisps, sausage roll, fruit

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  37. sandwiches, an apple, a banana and a drink!

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  38. The one constant is almonds :) also sandwiches, fruit, cheese etc

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  39. I usually have a ham salad :)

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  40. I am running low on imagination so a sandwich, a piece of fruit, a cookie or bar and a bottle of water. Musts try harder ...

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  41. humous and celery is my staple!

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  42. Sandwiches, Fruit and Veg Sticks, Yoghurt/Jelly.

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  43. Maria Jane Knight29 December 2016 at 12:09

    Pasta, nuts, fruit, veggies and juice!

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  44. Im always interested to see what others put in lunchboxes as i seem to get complete brain freeze and cant get past sandwich, fruit, crisps, drink like I had as a child.

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  45. I find it is better to keep changing the ingredients, to keep them interested

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  46. usually a sandwich or pasta salad

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  47. I don't have a lunch box, buy if I did I would have sandwiches with ham or cheese and a packet of crisps and some fruit

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  48. I try to think of interesting and healthy finger foods (which is quite hard). Usually ends up being chicken wraps, apple and grape pieces.

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  49. In my daughter's lunch box I usually put a sandwich, yoghurt and some fruit and a drink.

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  50. In my daughter's lunch box I usually put a sandwich, yoghurt and some fruit and a drink.

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  51. I put a yoghurt, a sandwich and a breakfast bar in my son's lunch plus a smoothie

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  52. sandwich or wrap, yoghurt, fruit and cereal bar

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  53. Sandwiches, yogurt, fruit and crisps. I wish my Daughter was more adventurous x

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  54. Normally some variety of pasta or rice salad :)

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  55. sandwich crisps piece of fruit and a snack bar

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  56. My son doesn't really like bread so I make him pasta salad or cheese and crackers, plenty of fruit, a yogurt and a cheeky treat like a bag of crisps

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  57. Sandwiches, crisps and some fruit

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  58. fruit, fromage froi (however you spell it lol) cheese and crackers

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  59. Drink, crisp, fruit and chocolate

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  60. sandwich/wrap/pitta; cheese; yogurt; biscuit; fruit and fruit juice

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  61. Wrap, grapes, crisps, blueberries and flapjack.

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  62. Sandwich ,fruit, crisps and a pudding x

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  63. sandwich, muller light, grapes and a fudge

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