We like to incorporate fresh fruit like blueberries, strawberries, bananas, apples, and oranges. For veggies - spinach, leftover broccoli or cauliflower, peppers, and mushrooms routinely make a debut.
But breakfast is really special if we happen to have orange juice. My family loves juice, and orange juice is their absolute favorite. When we buy juice, it HAS to be 100% pure, real juice - the fresher the better.
Tropicana Pure Premium 100% Pure Florida Orange Juice is 100% pure juice. In addition to being pure juice, it's from Florida and that's about as local as orange juice can be for us Northerners. Coming from the United States is a big deal for me.
Take a second to check out the Tropicana Facebook page and learn about their orange growers. The next time we're in Florida, I'm going to check out some of these groves. Tropicana juice oranges come from 22 counties in Florida. Imagine how wonderful the orange blossoms smell and tasting juice fresh from the orchard! It's a must-see when you're in Florida.
While you're at the Tropicana Facebook page, be sure to enter their Sweepstakes for a chance to win 100 Florida prizes, including one-year-supplies of Tropicana and a trip to Florida to visit and orange grove. There will be 100 winners! One of them could be you.
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Supporting U.S. farmers is so important. As important as getting fresh produce and quality products in your daily meals. Start your day with high quality products - like fruits, veggies, and 100% pure juices, and you'll set yourself up for a great day.
Until I visited the Tropicana Facebook page, I didn't know that Tropicana 100% pure Florida orange juice really came from Florida. The next time we start breakfast with 100% orange juice, I'll feel good knowing it's pure and from the US. Knowing that makes all the difference, and I will select this brand over others because it's sourced from the US.
Remember to include fruits and veggies in all your meals - but especially breakfast!
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