Fun to Eat Fruit

Whether is is just getting your kids to eat apples or you need that perfect gift for a teacher, check out Fun to Eat Fruit from a family owned company in New Hampshire.

Fun to Eat Fruit

Fun to Eat Fruit™ are apples, pears, nectarines and plums that are eco-friendly (prewashed with no stickers) and grown and produced in the United States that are totally tubular, as they are shipped in tall plastic tubs that keeps the fruit fresh and unbruised. Yet, what makes Fun to Eat Fruit™ ‘fun’, are the safe-to-eat ink images on the fruit; think hearts, stars, smiley faces, and more. They have featured images each month, though you can always inquire about your favorites. (I love the cancer awareness ribbon).

Most kids will turn their noses up at an apple, but it is hard to do when it has a smiley face on it. Makes it cool for school too, but it can be a fun way to advertise or show school spirit. Even a clever way to say Happy Birthday or Thank You. You can have custom images (think business logos too) on a variety of fruit using the safe-to-eat ink approved by the FDA and certified kosher.

You need to purchase fruit in multiples of 4’s (one tube, Tube 1x, contains 4 pieces of fruit and the minimum order is two tubes), so it is enough fruit for the whole week for one child. The two tubes cost $12, which more than what you can find at the grocery store. Yet, if you are looking for a fun party favor, fabulous gift or are desperate for a fruit eating child, then take a look at what they have to offer.


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