Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Earth Mama Angel Baby -- Non-GMO Product Verified and Made in the USA!

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. I received product and/or compensation in exchange for the possibility of a review. I was under no obligation to post a review, positive or otherwise. 


Made in the USA Giveaway


Welcome to the Made in the USA Giveaway Hop, hosted byHappy Mothering, Easy Green Mom and Brittleby’s Corner through the Green Moms Network! We’ve teamed up with a group of bloggers to bring you the chance to win prizes that are Made in the USA. After entering my giveaway, be sure to hop around and enter all of the other #USAMade giveaways listed on the linky at the bottom of this post! 



What could be better than something Made in the USA that's also Organic and Non-GMO Project Verified? A whole bunch of products that are! And if you win this giveaway on Green Grandma, the lovely ladies at Earth Mama Angel Baby are going to send you a prize package filled with all their products that have, at this point, received verification from the Non-GMO Project. How cool is that?

I've had the pleasure of trying out a lot of these products for myself and I can't tell you how good it feels to know what I'm putting on and in my body is safe and free of GMOs. 

Technically, all that is needed to guarantee the absence of genetically modified organisms is organic labeling such as, "100% Organic," "Organic," or "Made with Organic Ingredients." However, there's a certain comfort in knowing that an independent organization has also verified the lack of GMOs. They're just so pervasive in our products these days, that it's nice to see that bright bold verification right on the outside of a box!  


Not a nursing mama? That's okay. You'll still love it. Just because it says "Nipple Butter" on the jar, it doesn't mean this creamy goodness can't be used anywhere else. As a matter of fact, my husband loves using it to soothe his face after shaving. 





Same with the teas that are part of this package. I love drinking them for a variety of reasons. Keep in mind, I'm not pregnant, nursing or even getting my period anymore (hallelujah!). But I find the Organic Milkmaid Tea soothing to my occasion bouts with IBS. The Organic Monthly Comfort Tea and Organic Peaceful Mama Tea sooth jangled nerves. The Organic Morning Wellness Tea is perfect when I'm feeling a bit nauseous. Too much spicy food? I just reach for the Organic Heartburn Tea. While I've not found a specific purpose for the Organic No More Milk Tea (My milk dried up nearly 30 years ago!), I do reach for the Organic Third Trimester Tea on days when I simply feel bloated and fat. I sip on it and think, "Hey, at least I'm not pregnant!" That would not be a pretty sight at my age. Trust me.

So, you see, you don't have to be of childbearing years to enjoy drinking the organic, Non-GMO Project verified teas offered by Earth Mama Angel Baby. Every one of them is naturally caffeine free and they are packaged in biodegradable tea bags in 100% recycled and recyclable cartons. How cool is that?


One of the more recent additions to their products that are now Non-GMO Project Verified are the Angel Baby Bath Blossoms. These lovely herbs are perfect for steeping and adding to the bath water of your little angels, even when they're not acting quite so angelic! And they're perfect for the rest of us as well. Forget toxic Calgon! Let Angel Baby Bath Blossoms take you away... safely!




Here's what's in the prize package:
  • Organic Milkmaid Tea 
  • Organic Monthly Comfort Tea
  • Organic Morning Wellness Tea
  • Organic Heartburn Tea
  • Organic No More Milk Tea
  • Organic Third Trimester Tea
  • Organic Peaceful Mama Tea
  • Organic Mama-to-Be Tea
  • Angel Baby Bath Blossoms
  • Natural Nipple Butter



 
 


Remember, all of the above are Non-GMO Product Verified. 



So, who's up for entering to win this lovely made-in-the-USA bundle valued at over $65? Anyone in the US who is 18 and older is welcome to enter on the Rafflecopter below. And look, the first entry is a freebie. Giveaway runs through July 15, 2014.  

Good luck!





a Rafflecopter giveaway Disclosure: This contest will run through July 15, 2014 at 8:59 pm PST (11:59 pm EST). The winner will be chosen the following day and announced on Green Grandma. No purchase necessary. US entries only. Must be 18 years or older to win. The sponsors provided me with free samples of these products to review, and I was under no obligation to review them if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. You understand that you are providing your information to this blog and not to Facebook. Please note that Happy Mothering, Easy Green Mom, Brittleby's Corner, the Green Moms Network and the Green Your Mom event bloggers are not responsible for sponsors that do not fulfill their prizes. We have represented each sponsor with the expectation they will fulfill their prize and in a timely manner. We will contact the sponsor regarding your prize(s). The sponsors, in most cases, are shipping their items to you directly. I will make every effort to assist you obtaining your prize. If there is an issue with a sponsor, please notify the blog you won a prize from within 4-6 weeks for assistance, after that we may be unable to assist you.

76 comments:

  1. I do look for made in the USA tags on most things! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  2. We try to find things that are made in the usa. Sometimes it's hard tho!

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  3. Yes! My mom is an artist so I know how much of a difference it makes to buy local and handmade

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  4. i dont always look for it but i will spend more for a made in US item

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  5. Sometimes we do, I guess the focus is usually ingredients/quality first! It's something to think about.

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    1. You're right. If the ingredients come from a country that bans GMOs, that's certainly something to consider!

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  6. I do but unfortunately it is so hard to find.

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    1. Be sure to check out the other blog giveaways listed below. All the products are made in the USA!

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  7. I usually do. What I mainly use is Made in USA. There are some things I use that are not made here

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    1. Good luck, Judy! Thanks for participating.

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  8. I honestly don't always look. But I am trying to be less wasteful and more open minded to buying locally and fresh/eco-friendly. Since starting cloth diapers, it's like a whole new world and my eyes are opened.

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    1. It was cloth diapering my first grandchild that woke up my consciousness. It's amazing how much I didn't know! Thanks for entering, Sarah. Good luck!

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  9. Most of the time I do. I definitely prefer to buy made in the US items wherever possible with the exceptions of some Canadian cloth diapers and boots, and some 'treats' from the UK or Germany.
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  10. For most items, I def look and will be more likely to buy them.

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  11. I generally do not worry about made in the USA. I do however, buy locally her in Utah when I can. My latest find is a family owned business that makes honey and it is the best; I will never buy it at the store again

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    1. Local honey is so good for you, too! Good luck, Jenn.

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  12. I do not look at the tag before I buy, but I do try to stay away from chain stores and support local shops/restaurants.

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    1. Shopping local is so important! Good luck!

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  13. I do not always look at the tag, but try to buy quality products from quality companies.

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  14. I sometimes do but since I do most of my shopping online, it's kind of hard to do! :-) I do search out bath & body products that are made in either USA or Canada though!

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    1. It's important to look at the ingredients when shopping for bath and body products! Country of origin is not always the best deciding factor.

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  15. I do on some things, especially food items.

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  16. I haven't made it a priority to buy usa made but lately I've been seeing how easy it would be (Miriam Matheny)

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  17. I do look for made in the USA tags, not everything we buy is but when I can it's a huge plus!

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  18. Honestly, I don't usually look for it. But I know I need to start getting better at that. I do mostly try to buy local foods, though!

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  19. I love your giveaways! You are awesome

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  20. Oh and yes! Most of the time I do look for the "Made in the USA" tag. I'd rather buy USA made products

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  21. I dont always look for the tag, but when I see something marked "Made in the USA" somewhere on it, I feel more inclined to purchase it and/or spend more for it then something else that is marked otherwise. -Heather McKenzie Carter

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  22. I don't always look, but when I do it usually sways my purchases

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  23. We do but it's not always easy to find.

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  24. Yes-- I look and when I find it I usually go for the Made in USA products!

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  25. Usually not, but I do appreciate products that are made in the USA.

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  26. Sometimes I look for the tag, sometimes I don't but if it comes down to it, I buy products made here. :D

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  27. YES, all the time, even as a child, both parents worked for unions and we never NEVER bought anything other than "made in the USA"

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  28. I do :) Doesn't mean I always find one though :( I've very big about checking labels on everything though, from clothing to makeup and of course food

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    1. Yeah. Label checking has taken shopping to a whole new level, hasn't it?

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  29. The vast majority of our purchases are Made in the USA! Definitely our family's preference.

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  30. I do look, but honestly I try to buy locally anyway.

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  31. I always look for the made in the USA label. I buy them if they are available I wish there were more products from the USA in retailer shelves.

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  32. I always prefer to buy products that are Made in the USA whenever possible.

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  33. sometimes. i prefer usa made but it doesnt always happen that what i need in the price point i need it in is made here!

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  34. I didn't use to when I was younger but I do now!

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  35. I do not but I try to a little more than before.

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  36. I certainly do look for the Made in USA label!

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