Friday, November 9, 2012

Manna bread Review & Giveaway ends 11/23 Daily US

Sprouted Manna breads, naturally sweet, cake-like. Made from our exclusively sprouted organic whole wheat or rye, and all-organic fruits, seeds and nuts. • No Flour/Sweeteners • No Yeast or oil added • Vegan
Manna Organics, LLC is an independent family enterprise dedicated to bettering the world we all share. We believe in supporting our local farmers, and use only organic ingredients. All of our products are USDA organic certified through QAI, and parve kosher certified with OU.
We own and operate a small commercial organic certified wholesale bakery in Lisle, IL, where our dedicated baking team work together to make our breads, mostly by hand, in small batches. We sprout our grains fully, crush them into dough, add organic seeds, nuts and/or fruits, and bake our breads slowly, at low temperatures. Nothing else is added.
Wow is Manna bread different from anything other bread that we have had before. I loved the Cinnamon date lightly toasted with butter and boy does this bread fill you up. I was able to toast a piece up and that would fill me up until we ate dinner. My husband loved the sourdough the best with his sandwich but said Ciao Chia was really good too. I know that my family are huge bread eaters and these didn't last long in my house.

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Now for the giveaway: One lucky person will win 4 loaves of Manna bread. This is open to US and ends 11/23/12 @ 11:59 pm est. To enter, simply do the tasks on the Rafflecopter widget below and you're set to have a chance to win! Remember you can't win if you don't enter.

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 Disclaimer: I got the 4 loaves of Manna bread free to do this product review and was not paid for my response. Please note that SaraLee's Deals Steals & Giveaways are not responsible for sponsors who do not fulfill their prize.

44 comments:

  1. They also sale single ingredients for you to buy and use in your own recipes.
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  2. I like banana bread and would like to try the Banana Walnut Hemp.
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  3. I learned that it is sold in the frozen section. Would love to try it !

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  4. I learned that they are GMOfree and use sprouted whole grains full of fiber!

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  5. Fig Fennel Flax sounds great! Thanks so much!
    Georgiana

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  6. i would love to try their breads :) but i'd love to try their trail mixes :)

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  7. all their breads sounds good and nutritious. banana would be nice to try.

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  8. I'd love the Whole Rye!
    bethelderton59 at gmail dot com

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  9. I learned that they are certified Kosher Organic made from sprouted organic whole wheat or rye, and all-organic fruits, seeds and nuts

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  10. I learned that Manna Organics is owned by a family business that produces their breads in a small commercial organic certified wholesale bakery in Lisle, IL.

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  11. Fig, Fennel Flax would be wonderful to try!

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  12. The multi-grain bread would be good, but I also like their Tropical Organic Trail Mix (Raw).

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  13. they have gluten free bread, perfect for my mother-in-law

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  14. I would just like to say I learned this right off the top -
    Cake-like, sprouted bread, yeast free bread, vegan organic bread, free of salt, no oils, no sweeteners, no leavening agents.
    I also learned this is a family owned and opperated co. I love the no-oils, salt free, all and it's a cake like bread!! Excited to try them all!

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  15. O am exited to try the Banana Walnut Hemp!!!! Yummy!

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  16. besides the great breads, id also like to try the Tropical Organic Trail Mix

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  17. im excited to try banana most! its my fave.

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  18. I would like to try the Sunny Sourdough

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  19. All their products are vegan, kosher, organic and carefully hand-made.

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  20. I learned there is a such thing as Cake-like, sprouted bread, yeast free bread, vegan organic bread, free of salt, no oils, no sweeteners, no leavening agents.

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  21. would like to try the Banana Walnut Hemp

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  22. I learned they are a family owned business

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  23. handmade and no leavening agents

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  24. I love all the different flavors of bread and that they are organic. I would really love to try the banana walnut hemp

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  25. would love to try the banana walnut hemp

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  26. Mana Bread is free of salt, no oils, no sweeteners, no leavening agents.
    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    Louis
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  27. I learned & like the fact that it is a family owned and operated bakery & the bread is high in protein and fiber.

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  28. I would really like to try the Cinnamon Date bread.

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  29. they are small and family owned! i have really wanted to try the cinnamon date bread!

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  30. First, I love that it is a family owned and operated business! But, I also like that Manna bread is moist and delicious, high in protein and fiber. So, it is not only good to eat but it is also healthy to eat! I am going to look for this in my local stores, it sounds amazing! Thanks for this great giveaway!

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  31. Wow, they have so many wonderful breads to choose from, but I picked Carrot Raisin! It sounds to die for!

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  32. I would like to try the Tropical Organic Trail Mix (Raw)

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  33. I really like Manna Organics GF Sesame and Ancient Grain. AWESOME goodness! Best GF bread I've eaten. I enjoy it for Breakfast with almond butter or Hummus. So delicious.

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  34. I looked at all the wonderful flavors, and the sourdough and cinnamon raisin look really delicious!

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  35. I would love to the sourdough bread and the cinnamon date also.

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