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Annie's Mini Bunny Fruit Snacks - 5ct

Item# 210-54154404-AF | Model# 54154404 | Added on April 30, 2020 |
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Annie's Mini Bunny Fruit Snacks - 5ct
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Annie's took all the fun, yum, and goodness of your favorite Bunny Fruit Snacks and packed ‘em into cute, mini bunny shapes. That’s right, Annie’s Organic Minis Bunny Fruit Snacks are equal parts adorable as they are delicious. Minis are made with a delicious mix of mango, strawberry, and cherry flavors. Perfectly pouched, these vegan and gluten free bites of yum turn school lunches into bunny snack-packed fun!Annie Withey believed it was possible to build a socially conscious and successful business. This was her mission in 1989 when she wrote her name, address, and phone number on the very first boxes of Annie’s Mac and Cheese. Her legacy lives on as Annie’s strives to change the future for our kids, starting with food. Annie’s, now based in Berkeley, CA, believes that food is the most powerful force for change we have, and that each generation owes it to the next to leave the planet better than we found it. This is why they make their products with integrity, invest in organic and regenerative farming practices, and always consider people, planet, and their bunny footprint with all that they do. Best known for their delicious mac and cheese and bunny-shaped snacks, Annie’s makes yummy products in over 20 family-friendly categories – spanning from fruit snacks to cereal to bars, plus a variety of gluten-free and vegan products for their friends with special diets. But Annie’s is truly more than just food. Annie’s is a purpose driven brand who believes that together, we can ... read more
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