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Give mom a basket of treats she'll love!

Sometimes as a mom all we really wish for in a day is a little break from all that's going on and a little snack to have with it. A little indulgence is always a nice thing be rewarded with for all of our hard work as a mom. For me sometimes it's just a few pieces of chocolate, or a few cookies sitting in my easy chair and listening to the sounds of nature. I like to enjoy things that are good for me even when snacking so I don't have to feel guilty though so have treats from the Newman's Own Organics line is one of my favorites. I know I can have that sweet indulgence, but not be on sugar overload. Right now I've gotten hooked on their Fig Newmans. I love the flavor and that they are low fat but don't taste any different.

Another nice treat is having a hot cup of tea in the evening for me. It helps relax me before bed and it warms me up when the evenings are still cool. Any way you look at it as a mom we just like to have something that says "hey mom, we love you" and special treats, or things for our kitchen are definitely (in my book) ways to say that for sure.

Why Newman’s Own Organics?
Initially Newman’s Own Organics started as a division of Newman’s Own. Then from 2001-2014 they were an independent company. For various reasons they are back to being a division of Newman’s Own. All NOO’s products meet the requirements of the US Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National Organic Program (NOP). For more information on Newman’s Own Organics products visit
Newman’s Own Foundation continues Paul Newman’s commitment to donate all royalties and after tax profits from these products for charitable purposes. Paul Newman and Newman’s Own Foundation have given over $450 Million to thousands of charities since 1982. Learn more at

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