Posted on 04 April 2008 by

NatureSweet and Disney Team Up for Healthy Kids\’ Snacks

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Are you having trouble getting your children to try fruits and vegetables–particularly your beloved tomatoes?

What about if Mickey Mouse were offering them?

NatureSweet Tomatoes, sponsors of the annual Carmel TomatoFest, have paired up with Disney to give consumers of their Cherub tomatoes a preview of songs from the Disneymania 6 CD beginning in April.

NatureSweet’s vine-ripened “sweet & snackable” Cherub tomatoes will include a code that buyers can claim on; a new song will be released throughout the six weeks until the release of the new CD, which will be released on May 20.

Children (through their parents) can also enter a sweepstakes online to win a trip to Hollywood for four including lunch with Selena Gomez of Disney’s Wizards of Waverly Place. Both promotions will run into June.

NatureSweet’s Cherubs are touted as being sweeter than regular grape tomatoes and are packaged in easy to open, resealable containers–all great qualities in a children’s snack.

And now there’s music with them to boot!

Source: NatureSweet Tomatoes Get in Tune with Disney

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  1. David Goldbeck Says:

    T is for tomato.
    Did you know that it’s a fruit?
    Some say it’s a vegetable.
    Which causes a dispute.

    from “The ABC\’s of Fruits & Vegetables and Beyond.”

    I think it is possible to never have to say “eat your vegetables” again. That’s why I wrote “The ABC\’s of Fruits & Vegetables and Beyond.”There is no doubt that a critical underpinning of a healthy diet is significant consumption of vegetables and fruit. Unfortunately, many adults do not like these fine foods – so we must make sure kids don\’t develop these attitudes. Parents and teachers interested in getting kids to develop friendly feelings towards fruits and vegetables should take a look at a new book called “The ABC\’s of Fruits and Vegetables and Beyond.” Out only a few months and already being bought in quantity for class use. Suited for kids of all ages as it is two books in one — children first learn their alphabet through produce poems and then go on to more mature activities. It is coauthored by best-selling food writer David Goldbeck (me) and Jim Henson writer Steve Charney. You can learn more at

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