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Gorton's Taking it to the Next Level with Gorton's Smart and Crunchy #Giveaway


I don't know what it is about kids and fish sticks.  Kids seem to love them and most of the fish sticks I see are loaded with calories.  When I think of fish sticks, I flashback to lunchtime at my old elementary school cafeteria.  Sitting around the cafeteria table yakking it up with my friends.  Leave it to Gorton's to reinvent the fish stick and take it to the next level.  Enter Gorton's Smart and Crunchy 2.0 

Gorton’s all NEW Smart and Crunchy Fish Sticks and Fillets are made with 100% wild-caught Alaska Pollock and breaded in panko breadcrumbs to gives them a great crunch and pack in a punch of flavor. Gorton’s all NEW Smart and Crunchy Fish Sticks and Fillets have 50% less fat than their regular Fish Sticks and Fillets and 200 calories or less per serving.  

Fat?  
  Calories?  
     Yep, Gorton’s all NEW Smart and Crunchy Fish Sticks and Fillets are all grown up. 
Gorton's is my family's first choice when it comes to fish sticks.  It's a trusted brand and a quality product.  Plus, the website features some really delicious recipes sure to spark your foodie curiosity.  Take for instance this easy to make Ceasar Wrap.  Tortilla, little lettuce, Ceasar dressing and bam, you've got a quick, healthy lunch.  

http://www.smartandcrunchy.com/recipes#caesarwrap
For more recipes, visit www.smartandcrunchy.com/recipes


Buy It:
Gorton's Smart and Crunchy products are available in the freezer section of your favorite grocery store. 

Snag a coupon:
Visit www.smartandcrunchy.com/coupon for your $1 off coupon on your next purchase of any Gorton's Smart and Crunchy product.

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* * * G I V E A W A Y * * *
Win It:  One lucky Three Boys and an Old Lady blog reader will win a prize pack featuring:
  • (2) free product coupons
  • Adult apron
  • Kid's apron
  • Smarty Crunchman Plush Stuff toy
Only one entrant per mailing address, per giveaway. If you have won  the same prize on another blog, you are not eligible to win it again. Winner is subject to eligibility verification. 


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