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Saturday, January 19, 2013

Accentuate the Positive




All natural, no seeds, available all year,
easy to peel.

What's not to like, Kids love them. Cuties.
A very successful advertising campaign to get Kids to eat fresh fruit.  




Grownups like them too. 

Have a great weekend my dear 
Blogging Friends.

Gina 





28 comments:

  1. Lovely! :-)

    A wonderful weekend to you, too,
    Merisi

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    1. Thank you Merisi, Have been enjoying your winter scenes. Have a wonderful week. ox, Gina

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  2. I have just finished eating two clementines.. they were so sweet..
    I was surprised to see them in the shop...
    have a happy week dear Gina.
    xx val

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    1. Dear Val, These "Cuties are for Kids" clementines are all over our grocery stores this year and I'm so happy. They are so delicious and so sweet. A perfect winter treat. ox, Gina

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  3. Wonderful photos !So healthy to eat oranges every day !
    Have a nice weekend !
    Olympia

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    1. Hello Olympia, You're right. Even better than drinking orange juice. Have a great week. ox, Gina

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  4. Hi Gina, and Cuties are the best fruit to come about in a very long time. So easy to peel, so easy to pop i for a snack, and so good for you. We love them and try to get in 1, or 2 a day. Lovely image shares. Happy week~

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    1. Dear Mary, These little gems might even keep the dreaded influenza from stopping at our homes. Let's keep fingers crossed. ox, Gina

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  5. Your photographs are amazing, I am a new follower! Your ceramics are beautiful, I paint on glass {and lots of other stuff} but love Italian and all things Majolica! Looking forward to spending more time on your blog!
    Jenna

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    1. Hello Jenna, Welcome and thank you so much for your lovely compliments. I look forward to getting to know you better, see some of your art and maybe I can interest you in taking up mailica painting. ox, Gina

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  6. Dear Gina,
    Devouring clementines in inappropriate quantities is one of the winter rituals our family enjoys most! At this time of year, we tend to hibernate and watch lots of movies with the boys, and there are always large piles of clementines involved... We jokingly say that there's no chance of scurvy during the winter in our house!
    As always, your photos are beautiful-- I love the combination of the bright orange with the colors in your pottery.
    Warm regards,
    Erika

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    1. Dear Erika, how right you are, "devouring clentines in inappropriate quantities". We have done more hibernating this winter than ever before. It is just too cold outside. Having these pretty little orange burst of flavor around does remind one of sunnier days to come. ox, Gina

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  7. Very nice photos, healthy foods like fruits are good for our body.

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  8. Hello Anti, It is so wonderful that the "Cutie" ads have involved children. So many children don't know where most of the vegetables and fruits come from. Not only that, most can't identify them. And, welcome to my blog and thank you for your compliment. Have a great week. ox, Gina

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  9. What a gorgeous image!

    Thanks for linking to Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

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    1. Hello Md Rajon. Welcome. Happy that you stopped by.

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  11. Beautiful tablescape which makes me dream of spring! xo Lala

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    1. Dear Lala, You are so lucky. Spring comes much sooner to your beautiful Granada. I wouldn't mind coming for a visit and having tea and one of your wonderful and delicate creations. ox, Gina

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  12. Hello Md Rajon and welcome. Gina

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  13. Just gorgeous! Such a happy color combination... I can almost smell the citrus! Thanks for brightening my January day :-)

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    1. Thank you Leisa and welcome. How nice of you to stop by. Thank you.

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  14. OK...so now you're going to think I'm extra weird: I have NEVER eaten a Cutie! Never! I don't know why not. I feel so ashamed. I think I need to go back and do my childhood all over again. Can I do that? Are do overs allowed? :-) The depth of the colors in your photos is just astonishing, Gina. I mean...it just has the same effect as HD on a TV. It's like I could just reach into the screen and touch everything like it's real. SO pretty!!!!!!!!! Nappy New Year, sweet girl! I hope 2013 brings pure joy and comfort your way.

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  15. Dear Alycia, No need to start from the beginning. Cuties have not been on the market for very long. Some people call them clementines. I think that it was a brilliant marketing ploy...getting kids to eat them. Such a good idea in this influenza outbreak.
    Thank you for your visit and lovely comment. It is so appreciated. ox, Gina

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  16. SO gorgeous, love that Italian ceramic bowl... and the cuties, they are my fav orange, the 'zipper' skin is just too cool! Thank you for sharing on Weekly Top Shot #67!

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    1. Thank you Madge. How nice of you to host such a wonderful idea. Have a great weekend. ox, Gina

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  17. That strategy works on most everything! Love the great colors in your shot.

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    1. Hi Bettyl, So happy you stopped by. Thank you also for the compliment. It is so appreciated.

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