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Halos and Crafts



These were gift from Wonderful Halos (@halosfun)


When it comes to snacks we love to make the children have something great to eat, and what's better than some Halos they are pure goodness. Something sweet and is healthy for them. With Valentines Day this weekend what can be better, than doing some cute DIY projects that Haolos can be used for.



We had so much fun making these and the kids loved being able to play with food, sort of speak. Juicy, seedless, and easy for everyone to peel Halo Mandarin Oranges are the perfect snack. 100% California grown and raised, they are absolutely Non-GMO Project verified. Great tasting all the time these little bite-size oranges pack a powerful punch of flavor


Halo Mandarin Oranges are a favorite around our house. We love to eat them as a snack any time of day. Full of juicy flavor every little bite is huge on flavor. I love giving them to the kids. . Since they are so easy to peel, I don’t have to worry that they will have any trouble peeling them.  I feel confident that they are eating fresh fruits and not canned. Some of the canned fruit snack bowls are full of sugars. That is why I love serving them fresh fruit. I know they don’t have extra sugars and they also provide vitamin C.

About Wonderful Halos

Wonderful Halos is America’s best-selling mandarin brand, recently named the No. 1 most-loved healthy snack among both parents and kids, according to a 2018 Brand Love™ study. Bursting with Pure Goodness®, Halos mandarins are sweet, seedless and easy to peel – Mother Nature’s perfect snack. Even better, they are grown and hand-picked fresh from our orchards – tree-to-table, and non-GMO Project Verified making them the perfect portable, convenient, and healthy snack both kids and adults can enjoy. The kid-sized fruit is available in produce aisles nationwide at grocery, mass and club retailers (November – May).

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