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Just Two Weeks Left to Enter the Earthbound Farm “Power Up Penelope” Sweepstakes

Two weeks left to Play Power Up Penelope

As the sweepstakes draw to a close, Earthbound is encouraging fans to invite friends to play the game and power up the potential prize package by utilizing the share feature on Facebook.

Consumers still have two weeks left to play “Power Up Penelope,” a Facebook-based game with a sweepstakes component. For each right answer, players are entered for a chance to win one of the weekly and grand prizes, including a Power Trip Adventure to Costa Rica for one lucky grand prize winner (should 30,000 players participate during the duration of the game). As the sweepstakes draw to a close, Earthbound is encouraging fans to invite friends to play the game and power up the potential prize package by utilizing the share feature on Facebook.

The promotion will end December 15, 2011. Entry details and a registration form can be found by clicking on the ‘rules’ tab at https://www.facebook.com/earthboundfarm. There are currently 13,000 players, making the current grand prize a MacBook Pro. The grand prize increases to a pair of Power Bikes by Pedego™ if 15,000 to 29,999 players enter to win, and increases again to a Power Trip Adventure to Costa Rica if 30,000 or more players enter to win. A random drawing for the Grand Prize will take place on or about December 18, 2011.

The Power Up Penelope contest launched in Sept. to promote Earthbound Farm’s new line of complete organic PowerMeals introduced this summer in the following flavors:

  •     Blueberry Quinoa Protein Balance: delicious and satisfying organic baby spinach and quinoa (the only complete protein in the plant world) with sunflower kernels, dried blueberries and balsamic vinaigrette. Contains 9 grams protein and 6 grams fiber. 360 calories. Gluten-free.
  •     Cranberry Wheat Protein Boost: flavorful and filling organic mixed baby greens, whole-grain bulgur wheat and wheat berries with garbanzo beans, dried cranberries and red wine vinaigrette. Contains 5 grams protein and 7 grams fiber. 340 calories.
  •     Tomatillo Black Bean Protein Energy: zesty and delicious organic baby lettuces and black bean and corn salad with five-seed, stone-ground corn strips and green tomatillo vinaigrette. Contains 6 grams protein and 6 grams fiber. 350 calories. Gluten-free.

Earthbound Farm’s organic PowerMeals, available at retailers nationwide in a suggested retail price of $4.99-$5.99 each.

About Earthbound Farm
Founded in 1984 on a 2.5-acre backyard garden, Earthbound Farm is one of the nation’s leading organic food brands. Earthbound Farm’s nationally lauded food safety program is unparalleled in the produce industry. The company offers more than 100 varieties of certified organic salads, fruits and vegetables grown on over 36,000 acres by 150 independent farmers. Taken together, those organic farming methods will keep more than 11.5 million pounds of conventional chemicals out of the soil, water and air during 2011 alone. In addition to organic farming, Earthbound Farm brings a sustainability ethic to its packaging, and was the first salad producer to convert all its rigid plastic packaging to 100 percent post-consumer recycled (PCR) PETE plastic. The company also uses 99 percent PCR paperboard for its shipping cartons and 100 percent PCR paper in its business machines. For more information, visit Earthbound Farm’s website at http://www.ebfarm.com.

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