What Moms are saying about Libby's Fruit
"The cherry is back in the Libby’s 6-ounce Cherry Mixed Fruit Jumbo Cup. According to my oldest it was delish. I wondered about this as I have had other brands of fruit cups in the pantry largely untouched by any hands in this house. I tried the Diced Pears to see what she was talking about. Oh my, the Diced Pears are absolutely delish."
Check out the full blog post at Musings From Me.
"Libby’s Fruit Cup to the rescue. You all, I am not even kidding when I say this was the easiest fruit cup EVER to open."
"It peels back so smoothly and you do not have to sit there and tug at it. Also, get this…. since the rim on the top of the fruit cup is raised… you will not get ANY fruit juice on your favorite shirt or jeans! Does that not rock? :)"
Check out the full blog post at One Mom's World.
"I have to admit, of the 8 cups they sent to us, I ate more than half. The new jumbo cups while great for children, are just as adult friendly."
"It’s a great concept to get more healthy fruits into the bodies of children and adults. By providing these super sized cups, you are giving your child an extra boost of nutrients and the fruit they need to stay healthy."
Check out the full blog post at Mommy Musings.
"I was a little hesitant about the larger size since I hate wasting food, and that is what kids do!! But I had NOTHING to fear!! My kids (and I) loved these and every bit was finished each time..."
"They are perfect for any age... Not to mention they are made from fresh California fruit, so they are very refreshing and tasty! We used them for lunches, snacks and even put one into a fruit salad.... yummmy!"
Check out the full blog post at Simple.
"I used to avoid sending fruit cups with my kids in their lunches because they would inevitably make a huge mess with them when trying to open them, but the way Libby’s made the tab openings, they don’t spill at all!"
Check out the full blog post at Things Moms Like.
"Having young children in the house, I’m constantly looking for nutritious snacks that I can keep in the diaper bag..."
"The fruit dices are the perfect size for little mouths. My one year old ate the whole cup all by himself as did my 3 year old and six year old. The serving size is great for that mid-afternoon snack that my children always ask for."
Check out the full blog post at Simply Being Mommy, Simply Being Life.
"They are a great source of their "5 a Day!... And it's one they L.O.V.E! Can I just say, these didn't last long at our house. Come September, Libby’s look out. We're stocking up."
Check out the full blog post at Carolina Mama.
"When I worked outside the home, I was always searching for great portable snacks to take to work with me... I tried buying fruit cups, but the portions were so small they barely satisfied my hunger. Also, what a mess! Thankfully, Libby's has solved my fruit cup woes."
Check out the full blog post at Lattes and Life.
"The new containers are much sturdier (perfect for a packed lunch), easier to open and packed with more fruit... School is right around the corner and these Jumbo Cups are the perfect solution to making sure your loved one is getting their daily recommended allowance of fruit."
Check out the full blog post at Mom of 2 Boys, Wife of 1.
"With no clue what's going to be on sale each week, having a stash of fruit cups on hand gives me some certainty with my meal planning..."
"These fruit cups are much bigger (50% bigger than your typical fruit cup). That makes them perfect for putting into a grown-up's lunch bag (or a really, really hungry 6-year-old's.) And did I mention that the fruit is from California?"
Check out the full blog post at Lille Punkin' Reviews.
"The rim on Libby's jumbo fruit cups comes up a little so it won't spill when you pull off the lid. Seriously, you have kids screaming they're hungry, you just want to give them something quick while you make lunch and you have to stop and take the time to make sure you don't spill fruit cup syrup... Libby's jumbo fruit cups - just pull the lid quick!! I love these fruit cups."
Check out the full blog post at Albany Mommy.