Amazon Prime: Dried Fruit Box Only $7.99 (+ Score $7.99 Credit For Next Dried Fruit Purchase)
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Amazon Prime members! Hurry over to Amazon where you can purchase a Dried Fruit Sample Box with at least six samples for just $7.99 shipped. Even sweeter, when you purchase this Sample Box, you’ll receive a $7.99 credit towards select dried fruit products that are shipped and sold by Amazon. Approximately one week after your sample box ships, you’ll receive an email with instructions on how to use your $7.99 credit. This sample box usually ships in 3 to 5 days.
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Thanks! I just got one!
Michelle can you come back and post what you got in your box, when it arrives? Wanted to send one to my mom who is Diabetic and would love to know what is in there. Thanks
They usually sell out by the time it arrives. Just letting you know from past deals like the jerky box.
Why would you send concentrated sugar to a diabetic? Do you realize that’s what dried fruit is? HIGH sugar content! (No water.) Fruit is natures candy—-
My father is diabetic as well and after talking to his Dr and his nutritionist they have agreed that sugar is okay in limited amounts, what diabetics have to be more concerned about are carbohydrates. People easily consume a large amount of empty carbs like white breads, pasta, rice, cereal potatoes and the list goes on along side sugar. Those empty carbs break down into sugars in your body which is where the major concern lies. I am not saying that diabetics should eat as much sugar as they want but it is okay in controlled amounts.
Uhm are you aware that sugars are carbohydrates? With all of the misinformation spread by doctors no wonder 2/3 of our country is overweight and there is a childhood obesity epidemic!
I am a diabetic and yes we can have carbs and sugar but we have to limit it!! So yes this box would be fine for a diabetic.
There is a list in the description of everything that is included.
Happy you could score one Michelle! You’re welcome!
got one. thanks
You’re welcome Sue!
Got one. Thanks!!!
Thanks! Just got one. Hopefully my twin girls like them:)
Thanks! That’s really like free samples once the credit comes in!
You’re so welcome! 😉
Got one! Great snacks for the kiddo. Thanks!
Sweet! So glad you could snag one! YW!
What is good to buy with the credit?
select dried fruit products that are shipped and sold by Amazon.
Here are the products eligible for the credit: http://www.amazon.com/b/?&node=14149803011
I got the jerky one, and it was great, so I bet this one is good too! You get a lot for your money, especially with the credit to use later
Yay! Got one. Thank you!!
Sounds great but I get confused over dried fruits vs fresh fruits in terms of health/nutrition. I know fresh fruits are always good for you, but I hear different things on the dried versions! Any health experts out there?
In moderation I think they’re fine. Size can be deceiving so you need to ck labels. I’m not an expert.
I’m quite picky about the dried fruits I’ll buy. Many of them have added sugar, preservatives, artificial colors and sulfites. These are not good for your body. I always look for dried fruit with the fruit as the only ingredient. Maybe if you’re buying cranberries or another tart fruit they’ll be sweetened with fruit juice, but I don’t get the sugary kind.
Thanks! I used to buy a lot of Peeled Snacks a few years ago whenever I could find a deal. Hopefully some of those are included and we might find some other great brands!
No envian a Puerto Rico.
They don’t send to PR.
Got one thanks! I recently discovered and fell in love with freeze dried fruit it makes an awesome snack and keeps me going with a busy life!
I love freeze dried fruits as well! The Simply Balanced brand at Target are very delicious!
Oh awesome! Thanks for sharing Ashley! So glad you could score this one!
Can anyone comment on their recent experience with Prime shipping 2 days? Have been a Prime member for 7 years or more and recently started noticing next to Prime logo next to product it will state in parentheses 2–3 or 4 days for Prime. Anyone else seeing this…are they no longer doing 2 day prime shipping?
2 day still applies and happens. The extra time is for processing – noticed they do this for free after credit deals – possibly to allow for an overload of orders or to allow for picking of items as they go oos.
I’m a prime member. And Amazon have not failed me yet !! ALL my orders have been delivered in 2 days.