Taste The Difference And Make A Difference With Barilla

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Barilla®.


Pasta is a huge staple for family dinner around here,  there is just something so comforting about a big, steamy bowl of pasta that just calls everyone to the table.  While sitting to eat dinner with my family I can’t help but think about others that are not so fortunate and that is why I am thrilled Barilla® has partnered with Feeding America – the nation’s largest organization dedicated to fighting domestic hunger through a network of food banks.  I am even more thrilled to know that I can help by purchasing a jar of Barilla® sauce and ‘taste the difference and make a difference,’ and then Barilla® will make the difference with a donation to Feeding America.

How amazing is that?  I already love using Barilla® sauces and pastas to feed my family.  I love the variety of sauces they have, you can taste the difference of Barilla® Sauce because it uses real vegetables and is made from all natural, quality ingredients like vine-ripe tomatoes, extra virgin olive oil and fragrant herbs and my family just can’t get enough of it (PS it makes for a killer pizza sauce).

Their selection of pasta is out of this world.  Not only do they have all the shapes and sizes of pastas you could want, (we especially love the mini shapes), they  have a pasta for every taste, gluten free, whole wheat, white fiber, veggie, they have it all.Barilla6

With Barilla® it is so quick and easy to prepare delicious dinners my whole family loves and I can get on the table in no time. Barilla3 Barilla2 Barilla1

The great taste of Barilla® Sauce will make a difference in your meal while you make a difference for someone else.

It is so easy just buy a jar of Barilla® Sauce and Barilla® will donate 1 pound of fresh produce to Feeding America to support those in need.  How great is that? You get to feed your family a quick and scrumptious dinner while helping others.

So go grab some sauce and pick out a pasta and have a great dinner!  Want to make that dinner even more fabulous? I have a great giveaway and one winner will win an amazing package which includes a jar of Barilla sauce and one Barilla branded wooden spoon, one Spaghettata Bowl, and five (5) coupons, each redeemable for one (1) jar of Barilla pasta sauce.  Barilla5And 10 lucky readers will each get a Barilla® coupon.

Entering is easy just comment below about how you give back to your local community.  It is that simple :)

(For contest rules click here —> Rules)

Don’t forget to help!  Again every jar of Barilla® sauce purchased from 4/1/14 through 5/31/14 Barilla® will donate $0.05 to Feeding America’s National Produce Program with a minimum donation of $150,000.  That will help so many in need!  So go whip up a great dinner and make a difference!

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Barilla®. For every jar of Barilla® sauce purchased, $0.05 will be donated to Feeding America’s National Produce Program which secures one pound of fresh produce on behalf of local food banks. Barilla® will make a minimum donation of 4.2 million pounds of fresh produce ($150,000) from 4/1/14 through 5/31/14.

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  1. I try to shop local when possible, I donate excess items from my pantry to a local food bank, especially when I’m able to score free items with coupons and i blog about local activities in my area which sends a nice about of foot traffic to the places I highlight.

  2. I volunteer to help families in the local community. My daughter donates money to give books to kids who don’t have any. My son is saving his money to buy school supplies for those in need.

  3. I help my community buy couponing all year and participating in the backpacks of summer that our local schools have. Each summer the schools provide hot meals for the kids and we send them home with a few extra groceries to help their families budget. A lot of people are still struggling, so if my couponing and stocking up can help somebody else out. I am happy to!

  4. My wife and I have a small clothing store. At the end of every season we donate a majority of our leftover merchandise. We also do donations throughout the year with shelters and other such organizations who need clothing.

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