Drink for Thought

The word "organic" seems to be on the tip of everyone's tongues these days but what does organic really mean?

A well-known dairy company called "Horizon Organic" will explain to you first hand how important consuming organic products is. Their products are free of pesticides, hormones and antibiotics, which means they are healthier for you and your family.



Horizon's products are certified organic and I can tell you from my own experience, they taste great. I don't know if it's the fact that they are produced with care and concern for the consumer's health but there is something about the taste that makes me come back for more. I'm confident with giving my toddler Horizon products
because I know they care more about quality than quantity, therefore better products are produced.

We have three coupons for a FREE Horizon Organic product (up to a $4.99 value) for three winners. The coupons expire 7/31/08. To enter, leave a comment on this post with your contact information. Feel free to let us know if you've ever tried Horizon products before. Winner will chosen at random (not based on feedback) tomorrow, Wednesday, 3/19/08 at 10PM CST. Click HERE for a list of retailers that carry Horizon products. That is how you will know if you are near one to be able to use the coupon if you win. Unfortunately, these coupons can not be used online.

Good luck!

PS: If you have a chance, check out Horizon's website for recipes and health tips, as well as games and coloring pages for the little ones!

19 comments:

nor_lou said...

I would love to try

Milk Mama said...

Free milk is always a good thing! :) I've never tried Horizon... well, once, but I've never personally bought it. ;)

Amber said...

My name is Amber and I'm a milk-o-holic...I need this...have never had organic milk, but have really given it a lot of thought since my baby girl is now drinking the cow's juice.

Thank you kindly!

Naomi said...

I think I just left my milk comment on the Boca post. Whoops, sorry about that. Love the cow.

dolls123 said...

I've never tried this milk before.

dolls123(at)gmail(dot)com

jayfersgirl said...

I love this milk! I love that organic lasts longer than the regular as well -- we don't go thru much milk (that will change once our baby hits the toddler years I'm sure), so it was always frustrating to have milk going bad all the time. This kind we can actually get thru before it goes bad, and I feel better knowing we're using something that's good for us:)
cjcrisostomo(at)earthlink(dot)net

Rockin' Mama said...

Do you know if we can use them in CA? If so...I'd love to win! We drink Horizon and this would help out!!!

jasonncaryn at yahoo dot com

Mary Sunshine said...

We LOVE horizon milk!! Would love to get it for free!

Theresa N. said...

I've never tried the milk.
Theresa N.
weceno@yahoo.com

jbubolz-miller said...

We've never tried it either! jenny m jbubolz-miller@hotmail.com

stampedwithgrace said...

I never tried this before and I'd like to :)

Whitney A said...

I'm curious about their fat-free milk. My hubby is picky about fat-free milk and if it isn't creamy or if it has a thin taste to it, he'd rather drink 1% or 2%. So many times I end up having to buy different milk for everyone in the family. I'd love to stick with one brand!
wakeyes AT yahoo DOT com

Paige said...

I have cookies, and could use the milk.

Chiara said...

My daughter loves their milk...I'd love to get some for free :)

Bebemiqui said...

We love their milk and cheese. Great giveaway! Count me in. bebemiqui82(at)yahoo(dot)com

holly K said...

I would love to try this! I haven't gotten a chance to try organic milk yet!

dolls123 said...

Thank you for picking me as a winner. I can't wait to try this .

Karen said...

Please enter me in the contest.

saltblog@aol.com

Jeremy Goodell said...

I am not interested in any coupons for Horizon, but I'd love some for Organic Valley!

I was surprised to learn recently about Horizon being owned by Dean Foods. Guess I need to pay more attention; I've been buying Horizon for over two years thinking I was supporting small family-owned organic farms, but instead my money was lining the pockets of a $12-billion corporation. And, to top it off, much of Horizon's 'organic' dairy products are from factory farms. Even if Horizon made the best organic milk around, the fact is that their parent corporation also produces more conventional milk than anyone else. See the blog I started about this at http://www.jeremygoodell.com