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Contest: Grocery Time

The Prize:

A Kangaroo – Not a living, jumping, boxing, marsupial. This kangaroo is the solution for people who want to stand at work. Made by Ergo Desktop [1], the Kangaroo Pro [2] is an adjustable height desk unit that sits atop your boring sit-down desk. There’s really nothing else on the market like it. These are handmade in Ohio and shipped entirely assembled. Ergo Desktop has various models and finishes to match your office and the size of your computer. Perfect for folks who work eight hours a day and don’t want to sit themselves into back problems later in life. These are also a good option if your workplace is permanently affixed with desks of the sitting variety. You know I’m a big proponent of standing at work [3]. This is your chance to win a standing workstation. Retail value: $499.

Tropical Traditions Coconut Package – You probably know we’re crazy for coconut [4] in these parts. That’s why I’m thrilled that Tropical Traditions has donated this coconut-inspired prize package for today’s contest. The lucky winner will get all this delivered to their doorstep: 1 quart of Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil [5], 1 quart of Organic Coconut Cream Concentrate [6], a 2.2lb bag of Organic Coconut Flour [7], a 2.2lb bag of Organic Coconut Flakes [8], a 17oz jar of Organic Raw Honey [9], AND a $100 gift certificate to buy anything you want at TropicalTraditions.com [10]. This package is valued at over $200.

Sign up for Tropical Traditions newsletter here [11] to be alerted of the latest sales and newest products.Learn the history of Tropical Traditions by watching this video: How We Discovered Virgin Coconut Oil – An Interview with Brian Shilhavy, CEO Tropical Traditions [12]. And check out their kitchen-tested recipes at their Free Coconut Recipes blog [13].

Pure Indian Coconut Ghee – What’s better than ghee? 100% organic ghee. What’s better than organic ghee? Organic coconut ghee (together at last! [14]). And where do you find 100% organic coconut ghee? Pure Indian Foods [15]. According to PIF, they provide the only 100% organic ghee available in the market that has been made using the milk of pastured cows grazing on rapidly growing green grass in spring and fall only, when their milk is most nutritious. Pure Indian Foods will be sending 6 jars of 14.2 oz. jars of PRIMALFAT™ – Virgin and Certified Organic Coconut Ghee [16]. Retail value: ~$100.

Check out Pure Indian Foods on Facebook [17] and take advantage of this special offer: use discount code COCONUTGHEE to get $6.50 off any purchase over $15 at Pure Indian Foods [15], as long as your order includes at least one jar (any size) of PRIMALFAT™ Coconut Ghee.

Fresh Fish! – Courtesy of Wild Pacific Salmon [18], the winner of today’s contest will receive 2 lbs of their choice of fresh fish overnighted to their door. Take your pick from Alaskan Halibut [19], Alaskan Pacific Cod [20], Steelhead Trout [21], or my favorite, one of the Alaskan Salmon [22] choices. Salmon freaks out there know what a treat this is; and for any non-salmon freaks out there, prepare to be freaked, salmon style. Retail value: ~$100.

BONUS: Use ALASKA when ordering from wildpacificsalmon.com [23] to receive a $10 discount on an order of 10 lbs or more.

The Contest:

Another oldie, but goodie, I haven’t held this contest since 2010. Originally inspired by a Time photo montage [24] featuring families from around the world surrounded by a week’s worth of their groceries, I told readers to surround themselves with a week’s worth of their Primal groceries. Check out the results from 2010:

So round up the kids (or parents, or fiance, or roommates) and toss all the groceries on the table, because I want people to see “What Grok Eats.” The pictures don’t have to be fancy, nor do they have to be 100% Primal (or even 80%, just so long as people can see what you eat in a week). Mad props go to the most Primal family, but the winner will be selected in a random drawing, so don’t feel obliged to play “Keeping up with the Grokses.” Email me the picture [25]Please use the email subject heading “Grocery Submission”. Otherwise, there’s a good chance I may completely miss your submission.

As long as there are groceries on the table and smiling faces, you’re entered to win.


From the NY Times:

The winner from 2009:

Now it’s your turn.

The Deadline:

October 2, midnight PDT.

Who is Eligible:

Anyone can enter. In the case of an international winner, a substitute prize of equal value will be awarded.

How the Winner Will Be Determined:

A random drawing will be held among all entrants who submit adequate photos.