Yes on Prop 37 Giveaway: Active D’Lites Probiotic Chocolate — $250 Value

by Ann Marie Michaels on October 11, 2012

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I’m excited to announce another giveaway to help support the California Right to Know (YES on Prop 37) campaign to label GMOs in California.

When I was at Expo East last month, one of my very favorite finds was a probiotic chocolate made with stevia.

You heard that right.

Chocolate. Probiotic. Stevia.

Does it get any better than this?

Yes, it does, because this doesn’t taste like stevia. This tastes like the chocolate you know and love made with sugar. And it’s DELICIOUS! Only it’s not made with sugar. It’s made with stevia.

Yes on Prop 37 Giveaway: Active D’Lites Probiotic Chocolate — $250 Value

Right now, organic is under attack in this country. Our only hope for getting genetically modified (GMO) foods labeled is happening RIGHT NOW in California. Next month, California voters are getting the chance to vote to label GMOs. The initiative is called Proposition 37.

Unfortunately, but not surprisingly, the opposition (Monsanto, Dupont, et al) have raised over $20 million to try to sway Californians to vote no on Prop 37.

We need to raise money to tell the truth about the dangers of GMOs — on TV commercials, billboards, etc. — and get Californians out on November 6th to VOTE YES on PROP 37.

Click here to learn more about California Right to Know (Yes on Prop 37).

Giveaway: Active D’Lites Probiotic Chocolate – $250 Value – 5 Winners

To help raise funds for Yes on Prop 37, Active D’Lites has generously donated 5 prizes, total retail value $250.

Each of the 5 winners will receive a 30-day supply of chocolate bars valued at $50 each.

The Active D’Lites Chocolate bars were specifically formulated to go beyond the benefits of a sugar free and low carb treat. When making these bars the goal was to be able to reach every person during every stage of their lives. As most healthy conscious people like you do, we believe that Probiotics are one of the key ingredients for a health immune and digestive system.

  • 10 Billion CFU’s*
  • 7 Grams of Fiber
  • 100 Calories
  • 0 Sugar
  • 0 Net Carb
  • Naturally sweetened with Stevia

How to Enter to Win

All you have to do is use the Rafflecopter widget below and (1) Sign up for my weekly newsletter (or send in a postcard — see official rules for details) and (2) Make a voluntary donation to Yes on Prop 37 (or comment below about why you support Prop 37).

You don’t have to donate to win — this is voluntary — but hopefully you’ll find a way to donate something!

Let’s face it — GMOs are the BIGGEST threat to our planet. If California can get GMOs labeled, do you really think they will only change the labels for California? Nope, they’ll create new labels that will go in stores nationwide.

This will impact the entire country and ultimately the world. I can’t stress enough how important this is to the environment. If this proposition does not pass, we have only ourselves to blame.

Even if it means raiding that jar of change on the bookshelf or working an extra hour or two to get a bit of overtime, or maybe you could raise a few bucks with a lemonade stand or sell some books to a used bookstore. Please be creative and find a way to donate. This is SO important. Even if you can only donate $10, every little bit helps!

You can get more entries by sharing on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

PLEASE NOTE: This sweepstakes is open to US residents only; residents of Florida, New York or Rhode Island are not eligible.

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Good Luck!

Good luck, everyone! And thank you for donating what you can to this important initiative, and for sharing this giveaway on Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter!

And please tell your friends in California to VOTE YES ON PROP 37!

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Lydia C October 11, 2012 at 7:21 AM

I support people’s right to be educated about the food they are putting in their bodies – so they can choose food that is grown rather than engineered.

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Judy M. October 11, 2012 at 7:38 AM

Yes, I support wholeheartedly Prop 37, although due to struggling financial situation, I am unable to give at this time. I fear for our future if things keep going the way they are. We certainly have a right to know what is in our food.

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M. Lillian Hughes October 11, 2012 at 7:39 AM

I support proposition 37 because it’s my right to decide what goes into my own body 0 and if they can do it in Europe we can do it here!

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Sharon Lee October 11, 2012 at 8:50 AM

I wholeheartedly support Prop 37 and donated $100 last month. As of now, there’s a good chance it will pass. Thank goodness for the internet as this is how we spread the word to support this cause. Never will this be talked about on the MSM!!

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Doina October 11, 2012 at 11:12 AM

I went to look at the ingredients on this chocolate and some of the other ingredients are: digestive resistant maltodextrin, Fructan FOS, whey protein isolate, soy lecithin, natural flavors among others. I don’t see that any of it’s organic so wouldn’t the soy lecithin be GMO since anything that is soy or corn that isn’t organic we can assume is GMO? Is this company donating to Prop 37?

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Kathy October 14, 2012 at 12:47 AM

hmmm, good question.

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Sheila October 11, 2012 at 12:34 PM

Freedom is the ability to choose. Eg. I would like to not choose GMOs when feasible.

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Ann Katherine Richards October 11, 2012 at 6:15 PM

Yes! I def support Proposition 37!! I subscribe to your newsletter and I like you on Facebook as well.

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Laura C. October 11, 2012 at 7:14 PM

It is sad to me that there is even a need for GMO labeling but because there is, I think it is important that we have GMO labeling so that we can become informed consumers. It is time for America to stop hiding what’s in our food!!!

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Michael October 11, 2012 at 8:15 PM

I support Prop 37 because just as foods are labeled vegan, organic, and gluten-free, it follows that there should be a notice for foods containing genetically modified items.

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Annie October 11, 2012 at 8:54 PM

Oh Yes, I’m a BIG Supporter of Prop 37..We all have a right to know if our food is GMO.,
which is a food I will NOT buy.

That said, where can I buy the Chocolate with Stevia, as your showing?
Does it say how much Coco is in this, and is it Dark Chocolate?

Thanks,
Annie

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helga October 11, 2012 at 10:27 PM

i support prop 37 as we deserve to know what’s in our food…..

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Erin from Long Island October 12, 2012 at 3:20 AM

This is a great cause! GMOs are so scary, no one can really say they are safe for sure, only in theory. And boy is that theory earning heartless food monsters a ton of money

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margaret ruby October 12, 2012 at 10:19 AM

I am voting to support prop 37, right to know about GMOs in food. i collected many pages of signatures to get it on the ballot.

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Ceejay October 12, 2012 at 1:40 PM

I live in California and really hope this proposition goes through! We have a right not to be consuming science experiments without knowing it!

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Norma October 12, 2012 at 3:53 PM

I want all foods containing GMO to be labeled. If they are safe, what’s the big deal. PROVE they are safe and label them. What are they ashamed of? Aha….. not so safe the guess who knows it?? the GMO promoters…. I challenge them to make a scientific statement that they are safe now and in the long run.

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Norma October 12, 2012 at 3:53 PM

I am subscribed to your newsletter.

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StacyR October 12, 2012 at 5:03 PM

It’s important to our health and future!! Label it!

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Cheryl Keeney October 13, 2012 at 6:03 AM

We should have safe food no doubt about that and we should know if it’s not safe before we buy it.

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Lisa October 13, 2012 at 11:16 AM

as a mom of 3, i support GMO labeling because i want to know what i’m putting into my kids, and i want the freedom to choose whether that is GMO or not.

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Ginny October 13, 2012 at 3:17 PM

Thanks for your work on prop 37. I support it because I see it as our only really chance to reduce GMOs in our food supply.

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Elena October 13, 2012 at 8:22 PM

I support Prop 37 because of its impact on our lives. It would be awesome to have clean healthy food at the stores.

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Candace October 13, 2012 at 9:27 PM

I support Prop 37 because I want to know what is in the food I feed my daughter.

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Jon October 14, 2012 at 12:45 AM

I filled out out donation form above becasue I did donate to the Millions Against Monsanto Campaign, but I took a look at the website you are linked to and noticed that it is different so I might not show up as a doner – not sure.

Anyway I do support Prop 37 because I belive we should have the right to be informed and to choose what we put into our bodies.

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Kathy October 14, 2012 at 12:49 AM

I definitely support Prop 27. If there is nothing wrong with GMOs then let us know they’re in the product and let us decided for ourselves if we want to buy it. let the people speak with their dollars as to what product we want to eat.

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Kathy October 14, 2012 at 12:49 AM

I meant Prop 37. :)

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Beth October 14, 2012 at 5:55 AM

I support Prop 37 because it’s about information, not regulation.

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Chara @ Stitching Hearts Together October 14, 2012 at 8:48 AM

I haven’t given financially, but have given my time and am promoting Prop 37 at a booth at our local health fair this week. We are also supporting two free showings of anti-GMO films in our community this week.

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Andrea Pires October 14, 2012 at 10:15 AM

I want to be able to know where my food came from, how it was produced, and how “non-GM” it is. I think people who aren’t concerned about their health will be more health-conscious if Prop 37 gets voted yes, because the issue will be more “out there”, so to speak.

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Lela October 15, 2012 at 2:55 PM

We should get to know what is in our food!

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Tim October 16, 2012 at 5:58 AM

Why shouldn’t GMO;s be labeled? Big food is messing with our health and trying to keeping us in the dark about it all. We have a right to know and make decisions for ourselves.

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Nicole October 16, 2012 at 12:18 PM

In agreement, would love to know what has been modified and what hasn’t.

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Candice October 16, 2012 at 2:35 PM

I support Prop 37 because GMOs are scary and consumers have the right to know. There’s enough shady practices going on and little disclosure.

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Dixie October 17, 2012 at 1:15 PM

At first I thought that GMO’s might be able to end world hunger but now I realize that the big problem with this current solution is that it isn’t sustainable and could cause us great future harm! I vote no, lets wait and find a better way!

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Sarah H October 17, 2012 at 2:08 PM

I’ve healed my heath eating good foods (and taking probiotics). Food is so important, so give me and others a chance to make our own choices!

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Cindy October 18, 2012 at 4:04 PM

I sure hope they pass this! I want to know what I am eating and feeding to my babies! Thanks for helping with this!!

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