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After 60 years of protecting her, we're pretty "sweet on" nature. And, from what we can tell, nature's pretty "sweet on" us, too. She provides us the water we drink, food we eat and materials for our everyday products.

We're showing her our appreciation this Earth Day during Picnic for Earth, and to get you excited about the event, we're giving away 10 picnic baskets full of good for you, good for nature products! Additionally, one lucky winner will also receive a $100 gift card to the Hearty Boys restaurant in Chicago and two tickets to Picnic for Earth: Chicago in Millennium Park on April 20th!

Deadline for entries is Friday, April 19. See below for details and enter today!

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This sweepstakes and Picnic for Earth: Chicago is made possible by our generous sponsors, Whole Earth Sweetener Co. and Back to Nature. To learn more about Whole Earth Sweetener Co., visit them on the web at www.wholeearthsweetener.com. To learn more about Back to Nature, visit them on the web at www.backtonaturefoods.com.


Don't forget to register for Picnic for Earth: Chicago! We'll have sustainable eats, cooking demonstrations by the Hearty Boys and other renowned chefs, kids' activities and music by BLIND PILOT!


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