Apr 242014


I am trying to eat better and add more fruit into my diet.  Brothers-All-Natural offers some great fruit crisp options to help you get the fruit you need in your diet.  Just recently they added Mango Fruit Crisps to the products they offer.  Rex loves mango’s but they are hard to cut up and  messy so when I received the Mango Fruit Crisps he was all excited! IMG_0054

The Mango Crisps come in 1/2 cup bags with 40 calories.  These are real, sliced mangos with the water gently removed and then freeze-dried. They are 100% natural.  No added sugar, preservatives, and no artificial coloring. They are allergy friendly, gluten free, soy free, peanut/tree nut free, vegan and OU Kosher certified. So these are perfect for anyone.  What a great way to add more fruit into someones diet.

I like that I could put a healthy convenient dried fruit snack in Rex’s lunch and it was something he liked.  It is always hard to find good snacks for lunches on the go.  The Mango Fruit Crisps are great tasting and mess free.  Unlike other dried fruits, Brothers-All-Natural Mango Fruit Crisps contain the same nutrition as a fresh mango. There are two servings in each pouch.

Brothers-All-Natural offer a number of great tasting Natural Freeze Dried Fruit Crisps including the following:

  • Fuji Apple
  • Apple Cinnamon
  • Asian Pear (one of my favorites)
  • Banana
  • Mandarin Orange
  • Mixed Berry
  • Mixed fruit
  • Peach
  • Pineapple
  • Strawberry
  • Strawberry Banana
  • and of course the Manago

You can find Brothers-All-Natural Dried Fruit Crisps nationwide at many stores including Walmart and A & P stores.  You can also get the biggest selection HERE online.   You can also keep in contact on Facebook.

I have an extra box of Mango Fruit Crisps that I would love to share with one of my readers.  You must be 18+ US(48). Leave a comment on what Fruit Crisp you think you would like best. Extra entry for following Brothers-All-Natural on Facebook and Twitter. Extra entry for each way you follow Kaisy Daisy’s Corner. Giveaway ends May 8, 2014. Enter daily for more chances to win.

Please fill out the form HERE to enter.


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  39 Responses to “Mango Fruit Crisps Review and Giveaway”

  1. I think my favorites might be the Asian Pean and also the Peach varieties!

  2. I think we would like the Strawberry Banana the best

  3. I love fruit in cans, natural, chips, or dried.

  4. Strawberry banana sound best for me

  5. I want to try the Peach one first sounds yummy.

  6. I am a confirmed email subscriber.

  7. Mandarin Orange

  8. I like all brands.

  9. these are perfect for me!

  10. Fuji Apple or Mandarin Orange

  11. love mango

  12. I think mango sounds yummy

  13. I would like to try the mandarin orange.

  14. I think the strawberry banana sounds yummy!

  15. My choice of course would be the Mango Crisps. I love mango in anything so this would be right up my alley on favorites. 🙂

  16. mango baby..thank you

  17. Asian Pear

  18. love mango

  19. mango

  20. I love the peach ones

  21. I would love to win these mango fruit crisps! They look delicious!

  22. I think i’d like the apple cinnamon best.

  23. I love mangos

  24. plain and boring banana for me!

  25. I think mango sounds yummy.

  26. i’d like to try the pineapple

  27. Always looking for a good snack.

  28. I’d like the strawberry banana best 🙂

  29. All the flavor sound delicious..

  30. The Pineapple sounds so amazing my kids would just love it!

  31. following Brothers-All-Natural on Facebook

  32. Apple Cinnamon

  33. I think I’d like the Strawberry Banana

  34. The mixed fruit for the variety!

  35. Strawberry Bananna

  36. Mixed—the best

  37. mixed fruit

  38. asian pear sounds really good

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