New Cuties Juice Coupons from CommonKindness Help Fuel Kids and Charities

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Fruit juice and smoothie lovers can save money on their Cuties Juice purchases and generate funds for their favorite cause using free grocery coupons from http://www.CommonKindness.com.

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Cuties Juice purchases using CommonKindness coupons generate funding for nonprofits.

We applaud the work Cuties Juice is doing for the community and environment. The company is inspiring whole new generations of people to live healthier lives and to be kinder and gentler to nature.

With 100% juice, no dyes, and no added sugar, parents can feel good about keeping their kids fueled for the day with Cuties Juice brand all natural fruit juices and smoothies. Parents can also save money and help others by purchasing the healthy drinks with Cuties Juice coupons found at CommonKindness.com, the printable coupon website that gives 20% of its coupon distribution revenues to each user’s favorite nonprofit organization.

Cuties Juice is focused on serving the needs of children and the environment through its support of The Children's Nature Institute. The Los Angeles-based nonprofit organization is at the forefront of the movement to get inner-city children outside to learn, explore, and care for the natural world.

Learning through Nature
Since opening its doors in 1985, The Children's Nature Institute has provided interactive educational experiences with nature for over 300,000 Los Angeles County children who receive free or reduced lunch, their parents, and teachers. The organization combines high-quality childhood development programs with outdoor environmental education. In doing so, they are inspiring respect, responsibility and a connection to the natural environment.

In 2012 alone, Cuties Juice donated over 30,000 cases of fruit juice and smoothies to The Children’s Nature Institute and other charitable organizations. The partnership with CommonKindness.com is the company’s latest endeavor to expand its vision of creating a better world by giving back to their community.

“We applaud the work Cuties Juice is doing for the community and environment,” said Sarah Schloemer, the 27-year-old president of CommonKindness. “The company is inspiring whole new generations of people to live healthier lives and to be kinder and gentler to nature.”

Nutrition for Kids
Parents love that an 8 oz. serving of Cuties Juice delivers two full servings of fruit and 150 percent of the RDA for Vitamin C as well. Cuties Juice is Non-GMO Verified by the Non-GMO Project, making it a beverage that parents can really feel good about serving to their kids. Cuties Juice is a nutritious gluten-free and all-natural choice for children and adults.

To use printable grocery coupons for Cuties Juice products, shoppers simply go to CommonKindness.com, select the coupons they want, print them out, and head to the store. Twenty percent of the coupon distribution fee will be donated to the nonprofit group of the shopper’s choice for each CommonKindness coupon redeemed at the cash register.

About Cuties Juice
All of the tangerines and oranges in Cuties Juice are grown by family farmers in the bright California sunshine, picked at the peak of freshness, and squeezed and bottled in an eco-friendly processing plant to be enjoyed year-round in juices and smoothies. Cuties Juice puts Cuties® in a bottle.

To learn more, go to CutiesJuice.com or email info(at)cutiesjuice(dot)com.

About CommonKindness.com
CommonKindness.com is the new free coupon website 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 donating 20 percent of revenues to nonprofit organizations of each shopper’s choice.

To learn more, go to CommonKindness.com or call (415) 729-9658.

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