Wolfgang Puck Iced Coffee Coupons
Wolfgang Puck’s iced coffee is exceptional all by itself, straight from a chilled bottle or poured over ice in a glass, and is a delicious ingredient in recipes of all kinds.
Chicken Coupons from Gold’n Plump
now available at http://www.CommonKindness.com
Gold’n Plump, part of GNP Company, has is leading the way in responsible leadership of poultry management from farm to fork. Founded in 1926, the multi-generational company has spent years perfecting ethical practices, with personal, socially responsible and environmentally friendly principles that guide the company’s partnerships and products. GNP has “Four Ps” that define its mission and values: People, Planet, Poultry and Progress.
From its employees to its family farm partners to its customers and suppliers, GNP prides itself on cultivating relationships that thrive with longevity, education and service.
Nearly every resource GNP relies on comes from nature, so maintaining a healthy, thriving eco-system is a top priority and the company is committed to minimizing its environmental impact while pursuing process improvements that sustain the quality of natural resources.
GNP makes no compromises when it comes to the quality care of its chickens or its promise of safe, relevant, transparent and truthfully labeled products.
GNP’s commitment to excellence yields success beyond financial return. LEAN and Six Sigma principles have guided best practices and GNP has a dependable and friendly work environment for team members and business partners.
To find and use GNP chicken coupons, just go to http://www.CommonKindness.com, quickly register and choose their favorite nonprofit from the user-friendly directory. They print out coupons GNP and other grocery store items you already use or want to try and head to the store. For each coupon redeemed, CommonKindness donates 20% of the distribution fee it receives from the brand advertiser to your designated nonprofit.
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Sweet Potato and Ginger Mash
contributed by The Ginger People
Try this fun and easy-to-follow sweet potato with ginger and coconut recipe to create a dish that will have your Thanksgiving dinner guests expressing gratitude for years to come. Serves 6 to 8.
- 2 ½ lbs. sweet potatoes
- 1/3 cup Harvest Bay Coconut Water
- ½ tsp. kosher salt
- 1/3 cup Woodstock Farms Organic Shredded Coconut
- 2 tbsp. Clover Stornetta Unsalted Butter, melted
- 2 tbsp. The Ginger People Organic Ginger Syrup
- 1/3 cup macadamia nuts, toasted and chopped
- Preheat the oven to 350°F.
- Wrap each potato in foil and pierce numerous times with a fork.
- Bake one hour or until potatoes are baked through. Times will vary based on the size of the potatoes. You should be able to cut through the center flesh as if it were softened butter.
- Remove potatoes from oven and cool.
- Cut each sweet potato in half.
- Scrape flesh into a large mixing bowl. You should have about three cups of potatoes.
- Add coconut water and mash.
- Stir in salt, let stand a few minutes, stir again, and taste. Adjust the salt level. This is your chance to get the salt level right before they go back in the oven.
- Grease six ramekins or one medium-sized casserole dish.
- Spoon mixture into ramekins or dish.
- Sprinkle with coconut, drizzle with butter, and bake uncovered until warm and the coconut is golden brown, approximately 30 to 40 minutes.
- Remove and drizzle with The Ginger People Organic Ginger Syrup and sprinkle with toasted macadamia nuts.
- Serve with love and gratitude.
Protective packaging allows Hershey milk, the original all-natural ‘power drink’ for children, to remain safe and nutritious without refrigeration, making it a perfect beverage to pack for school lunches, camping trips, or outdoor adventures. Online coupons at CommonKindness.com save families money on Hershey milk and help fund America’s favorite nonprofit organizations.
Crying over spoiled milk is a thing of the past with Hershey’s aseptic shelf-stable power milk Coupons for three packs of 8-ounce boxes of white, chocolate, and strawberry-flavored Hershey milk are available from printable grocery coupon site CommonKindness, which gives 20% of its revenues to a nonprofit group chosen by the coupon’s user.
“Milk is full of the nutrients all of us, especially our children, need to live and grow,” said Sarah Schloemer, president of CommonKindness. “We are thrilled to offer coupons for Hershey milk on our popular website.”
Hershey shelf-stable milk is preservative-free and naturally produced with grade ‘A’ milk from cows not treated with rbST. Each 8-oz. beverage includes a straw, making the drink the perfect healthy choice for those on the go. Simply chill before serving.
“Families can stock up on Hershey shelf-stable milk without worrying about refrigerator space,” said Christy Lama of Diversified Foods, marketer and distributor of Hershey Shelf Stable Milk. “It can be stored in your pantry for months before use, so you always have milk available—and the sealed packs are perfect for emergency preparedness kits.”
Diversified Foods puts on an auction every year to help benefit Triumph Over Kids Cancer and also partners with Feeding America, bringing nutrition to those who need it most. Offering product coupons on CommonKindness is another way Diversified Foods is working to make the world a healthier, safer place to live, said Lama.
To find and use Hershey milk coupons, shoppers go to CommonKindness.com, quickly register, and designate their favorite nonprofit from the user-friendly directory. They then clip printable grocery coupons for items they typically use or want to try, and head to the store.
For each coupon redeemed, CommonKindness provides 20% of the distribution fee it receives to the shopper’s designated nonprofit group.
To learn more, go to http://www.CommonKindness.com or call (415) 887-9537.
Praised for using natural ingredients by nutrition-conscious food-lovers, Food for Life has joined a family of progressive companies helping to create sustainable funding for America’s nonprofit organizations by posting coupons on www.CommonKindness.com.
CommonKindness is the free printable coupon website that donates 20% of the coupon distribution fees it receives from brands to the nonprofit organizations coupon redeemers choose when they register online.
“Food for Life is proud to partner with CommonKindness in its goal to create sustainable funding for America’s vital nonprofits,” said Gary Torres, president of Food for Life. “It fits in with our company culture of building a healthier world.”
The Sprouted Grain Difference
Food for Life Baking Company is a family-owned and operated specialty bakery with a passionate commitment to making natural foods through an exclusive sprouting process that significantly increases the amount of valuable nutrients in its sprouted whole grain breads and other products.
Torres says the company’s flour-free, organic Ezekiel 4:9 organic sprouted whole grain baked goods were inspired by the Biblical verse Ezekiel 4:9, “Take also unto thee wheat and barley and beans and lentils and millet and spelt, and put them in one vessel, and make bread of it.”
Rich in protein, vitamins, minerals, and natural fiber with no added fat, Ezekiel 4:9 organic sprouted whole grain products contain 18 amino acids, including all nine essential amino acids.
They are naturally flavorful, and bursting with nutrients, including a complete all-vegetable protein that it is 84.3% as efficient as the highest source of protein.
The recipe for Food for Life Genesis 1:29 sprouted grain and seed bread and English muffins is based on the Holy Scripture verse, “And God said, ‘Behold, I have given you every plant yielding seed that is on the face of all the earth, and every tree with seed in its fruit. You shall have them for food.’”
Few consumers have access to many of the super nutritious, exotic grains and seeds from around the world, so Food for Life brings them together in Genesis 1:29. Food for Life uses only the highest quality organically grown grains and seeds, and sprouts them to maximize nutrition through enzymatic action and germination.
The unique combination of ingredients not found in ordinary breads nourishes the body and soul, said Torres. They include:
- Teff from the highlands of Ethiopia
- Black quinoa from the mountainous regions of Peru
- Barley from the ancient Holy Land
- Brown rice and spelt from the Far East
- Amaranth and chia from Central and South America
- Soy from China
- Flax and rye from Northern Europe
- Corn from Old Mexico
- Kamut from Ancient Egypt
- Millet and sorghum from the plains of Africa
- Sesame seeds from the Near East
- Pumpkin seeds from the Mediterranean
- Spring wheat and unprocessed bran from Montana
- Sunflower seeds from the Dakotas
The term “certified organically grown” indicates the grains are grown and processed without the use of spray fertilizers, chemicals, or pesticides and the land where the grains sprout has not been sprayed for at least three years.
Certified organically grown grains are verified by certifying agencies as having been processed according to the standards and statutes of the Organic Foods Act of 1990.
All-Natural Baked Goods
Food for Life products are made with filtered water and are kosher-certified. Every Food for Life product is developed after countless hours of research. Food for Life has developed exclusive baking processes to ensure proper moisture levels, texture, and maximum flavor without losing vital nutrients and important natural fiber. No additives, artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives are ever used.
To start saving on Food for Life products, shoppers simply go to http://www.CommonKindness.com, quickly register, and designate their favorite nonprofit from the user-friendly directory. They then clip their Food for Life coupons and head to the store.
For each coupon redeemed, CommonKindness donates 20% of the distribution fee it receives to the shopper’s designated nonprofit group.
About Food for Life Baking Company
Food for Life Baking Company of Glendale, California started in 1964 in the back of a small neighborhood store known as Foods for Life Natural Foods. Today, after more than three generations and 60 different bread products, Food for Life remains a family-owned enterprise that uses its original baking techniques to make truly authentic and flavorful sprouted grain breads. All Food for Life bakery products are made from the finest natural ingredients to provide optimum nutrition and maximum taste.
To learn more about Food for Life, go to http://www.foodforlife.com or call (951) 279-5090.
CommonKindness is the new free grocery coupon site that operates on the principle of kindness and aims to benefit consumers, nonprofit organizations, and brands. CommonKindness is revolutionizing the online coupon industry by eliminating coupon loading and change costs, charging brands only for coupons redeemed, and giving 20% of its revenue to nonprofit organizations.
To learn more about CommonKindness, go to commonkindness.com or call (415) 887-9537.