Sea Salt by the Seashore
Along with winning Best New Product at the 2010 Natural Product's Expo, these new chips are also 100% Whole Grain, certified gluten free, peanut/tree nut free and give 10% of profits to the American Camp Association for summer camp scholarships for kids in need!
Please ask the store manager where you regularly shop to bring them in! We're excited to hear what you think!
Most (okay all) of our friends thought we were crazy to pack our two boys & two dogs into our not nearly big enough car for two weeks, but it was so worth it! Our two weeks were filled with creating lifelong memories like the one pictured above at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival where my boys listened to amazing music like local musician Kermit Ruffins and ate delicious local food like Louisiana crawfish bread. It was also a good reminder of what Late July is all about - those special moments spent with friends and family that you didn't plan, but stay with you forever.
Everyone asks why I chose the name "Late July" and I always say that Late July is a not just a time of year, it's a feeling, a way of living life that means seizing and relishing those moments. So I'm officially advocating that everyone go on a family road trip this summer to create your own "Late July" moments. We'll even provide the road snacks, entertainment and carbon offsets for one lucky family!
To enter send an email to email@example.com, post on Facebook or comment at www.latejuly.com to tell us where you'd like to take your family this summer or please share a special trip experience from the past. Our trip this year was my favorite, but we're hoping to get a few good ideas from you for next year. All submissions will get coupons, but our favorite will also WIN a Late July Beach Bag filled with at least $50 worth of Late July Organic Snacks, a $25 iTunes gift card and we'll also carbon offset your trip!
Full disclosure: we did have a few Wally World moments too, but that's part of what made it a great trip!
We're trading $5 worth of coupons for your predications. I was reading on the Huffington Post today about things that became obsolete over the past decade: dial-up internet, calling, fax machines, newspaper classified ads, cds, catalogs, yellow pages, encyclopedias, and handwritten letters.
The post got me thinking about the next ten years and what life will be like in 2020. I could think of a lot of things I'd like to see disappear over the next 10 years like toxic chemicals in our food supply, but I really want to hear from you!
To get the $5 worth of coupons, all you have to do is tell us one thing you think or hope will be obsolete by 2020 in a comment on our blog or our facebook page, then email firstname.lastname@example.org an address you'd like us to mail the coupons to. Everyone who enters will get coupons, but our favorite entry will also win our popular Late July Gift Pack worth over $50!
Check back in December of 2019 and we'll see who was right...
I've tried to raise my sons to have a strong bond with animals and nature and to treat all living things with respect. This is one of the reasons we were so excited to work with Dr. Jane Goodall and decided to donate profits from our new mini cookies to her institute. Late July worked with Dr. Goodall to choose seven animals for our new cookies out of the many wonderful stories of hope in her new book. Through this experience we learned that the efforts of just one person can sometimes be enough to save an entire species. After much deliberation we selected the red wolf, leatherback sea turtle, chimpanzee, Sumatran rhino, giant panda, pygmy rabbit and the black footed ferret - all of which have been brought back from the brink of extinction through the efforts of dedicated individuals like Dr. Goodall.
We have always believed that giving back needs to be a central part of Late July and doing this project with the Jane Goodall Institute has allowed us to support a long time personal hero of mine. We are currently looking for other individuals like Dr. Goodall with charitable organizations to work with for our next new products and would love to hear your suggestions!
For a chance to win a signed copy of Hope For The Animals, email us at email@example.com or post a comment on our facebook page describing a person or an organization you think we should consider and why. Please put "Late July should support" in the subject line or comment. One entry will win the book, but all entries will receive Late July coupons (be sure to include your mailing address in the email). Deadline is October 31st.
"These delightful cookies are delicious, and they're making a difference! Each day, with every choice you make, you can make a difference too-even when you're at the local market. These cookies will not only educate parents and children about endangered species, but they'll help the Institute continue its critical work." -Dr. Jane Goodall
Our friends at Stonyfield Farms are helping promote the new movie Food, Inc. Visit their site to see the Food, Inc. trailer and get some great coupons for Stonyfield, Late July and other organic products! Thanks, Stonyfield!
The author of Eat This Not That, David Zinczenko recommends better choices when eating. When choosing Late July cookies over other leading brands you can save up to 10 pounds of potential weight gain every year! And our cookies have antioxidants and whole grains. This guy is clearly a genius. He talked about us recently on Fox and Friends.
If you're looking for a great eco blog check out greendaily.com. It's a great site for eco tips and information. I read it all the time so I was very excited to find this post about Late July the other day!
It was a big night for Late July because our organic mini peanut butter sandwich crackers were on Unwrapped on the Food Network (one of my favorite shows)! My 6 year old son, Stephen was excited that everyone learned that his birthday is secretly written on the sailboat on the front of our package. He asked if more people will be coming to his birthday next year now that everyone knows when it is!