Thursday, May 6, 2010

Panda Licorice: Gift Baskets for Two Winners Giveaway

This giveaway is now closed. Congratulations to the TWO lucky winners ~ OneDayItWillBeAlright #205 and Jenna Wood #5!


Ah ha...so this is what real licorice is supposed to taste like! I received some wonderful samples from Panda Licorice. I love the taste of red and black licorice. However, I've never tasted licorice quite like this before.

This all natural licorice is made without preservatives. Most licorice I've had in the past is harder in texture. Panda Licorice is the complete opposite. The texture is soft and it tastes much fresher.


This company's licorice comes in a variety of flavors including original, black, cherry and raspberry.


You can also get it in convenient bars.


The raspberry ended up being my family's favorite.


My daughter really loved the individually wrapped raspberry licorice bar.


TWO lucky winners will receive gift baskets from Panda Licorice similar to the one you see pictured below!


MANDATORY ENTRY: Visit their website and tell me something else about this company not mentioned.

If not completed, your additional entries will be disqualified from winning.

Click "comments" below this posting and leave a message as your entry. It's that simple! Be sure to leave your email address so I can contact you if you're the lucky winner. You do not need to have a Google account to comment. You may do so with just your name.

AFTER you have completed the mandatory entry above, you may do any of the additional entry options below for more ways to win. Each one counts as one separate entry.

  • Subscribe to my blog via email - be sure to leave your email address in your comment
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  • Tweet about this giveaway and be sure to leave the link in your comment (Qualifies as one extra entry PER DAY)
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  • Add my button to your blog/site - be sure to leave the link in your comment
  • Become a fan of Panda Licorice on Facebook here and leave your Facebook name
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  • Email three or more people about this giveaway and CC me at susannahbananaATliveDOTcom

**Be sure to check out my "CURRENT GIVEAWAYS" list on the right hand side of my blog.

**This giveaway ends on May 14th and is open to U.S. residents. **Be sure to leave a separate comment for each entry. **The winner will be announced on May 15th.

Product received for review. All opinions are my own.

235 comments:

  1. I learned it has no added colors,
    No added salt,
    No artificial flavors
    99 % fat free
    No preservatives
    Kosher certified
    Suitable for vegan and vegetarian consumption.

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  2. the licorice flavor comes from underground mverno@roadrunner.com

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  3. I am a TRUE licorice LOVER!

    six_one_nine_girlie86 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  4. I'm a subscriber!

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  5. Twitter follower! Pyrodamsel

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  6. Panda twitter follow- pyrodamsel

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  7. Panda FB follow! Jenna Marie-Wood

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  8. The Company was established in 1920.

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  9. that the colors are all natural thanks for the giveaway minsthins at optonline dot net

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  10. In 1986 Panda licorice became the market leader in Finland for the first time.

    msgb245 at gmail dot com

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  11. Its first products were sweets wrapped in paper, sweets in tins, cough drops, and jelly sweets

    hippopurplemonkey at yahoo dot com

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  12. subscribe to email
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  13. follow on twitter @bayctygrl
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  14. fan of Panda licorice on FB Jennifer Bee
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  15. follow Panda licorice on twitter @bayctygrl
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  16. I learned that In 1920, our first confectionery factory began manufacturing sweets in the cramped upstairs premises of a berry processing plant. Our product sold so well that as early as its second year the plant began operating in two shifts. Its first products were sweets wrapped in paper, sweets in tins, cough drops, and jelly sweets. At the end of the 1920s, production was transferred to a separate, brand new factory building in which the manufacture of chocolate began. In 1927, Panda manufactured its first liquorice product.
    In 1933, the manufacture of soft licorice began under the supervision of Väinö Hildén, our licorice expert and, in 1936, our first licorice drops appeared in the shops.
    I love licorice.
    nanoarta1 at gmail dot com

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  17. I am an email subscriber.
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  18. I learned that the licorice is Kosher approved. Thanks

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  19. Panda was established in 1920.

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  20. the licorice flavor comes from underground

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  21. I am amazed at what I learn in blogs! It's so interesting!
    World War II affected the production of sweets, since imports of raw materials to Finland were disrupted. By 1942, the plant was manufacturing only CARROT-flavored jelly sweets!

    pumpkinlady430@yahoo.com

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  22. I read that the United States importers contact number is 1 973 338 0300

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  23. I learned that licorice comes from the root of the blue flowering pea plant.
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  24. email subscriber
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  25. twitter follower @hushsweetscove
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  26. They are very environmentally conscience in their manufacturing and product.

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  27. I follow on Twitter. @psmomreviews

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  28. I have your button on my blog- http://psmomreviews.blogspot.com.

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  29. I'm following Panda Licorice on Twitter. @psmomreviews

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  30. I learned that in 1986 Panda licorice became the market leader in Finland for the first time.
    Thanks

    dlhaley(AT)hotmail(DOT)com

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  31. I learned that the first purchaser in the USA in 1963 was Paul Spitz of New York with the purchase of licorice roll.
    hotpepper71 at bell south dot net

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  32. tweeted: http://twitter.com/SnowflakeDay/statuses/13645626003

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  33. following Panda Licorice on twitter as SnowflakeDay

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  34. following The Funky Monkey on twitter as SnowflakeDay

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  35. Suitable for vegan and vegetarian consumption.

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  36. Follow you on Twitter - susitravl

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  37. Follow Panda on Twitter - susitravl

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  38. Subscribe via email susitravl(at)gmail(dot)com

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  39. Facebook Fan of Panda (SusanBenegas)

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  40. ohhhhhh, the packaging of this product is so CUTE. I just love pandas, I even have a panda bear tattoo. I also love the taste of raspberries, and I think that the raspberry licorice would taste very deliteful.

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  41. The company began in 1920 and first licorice product was in 1927 ... lots of interesting info as I love black licorice.

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  42. I even have a dog named Panda! pepsi_mom_6@yahoo.com

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  43. I learned they sell filled licorice in chocolate, banana,strawberry and caramel.
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  44. I am a email subscriber.
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  45. I learned that Panda natural licorice has been produced by the OY Panda AB factory since 1927.

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  46. I subscribe by email
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  47. I follow on twitter, lunaj1456

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  48. I am a facebook fan (Anne Jolly) of Panda

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  49. I follow panda on twitter, lunaj1456

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  50. I tweeted
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  51. I learned....By 1942, the plant was manufacturing only carrot-flavoured jelly sweets

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  52. I found out that in 1952, its graphic designer drew a chocolate bar wrapper featuring a Panda bear, the name of the chocolate bar being Panda Pop. This was the inspiration for re-naming the factory.

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  53. Panda fb fan (Cynthia Conley)

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  54. following funkymonkey on twitter
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  56. RSS subscriber thru google reader

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  58. FB fan of Panda Licorice
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  59. button
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  60. shared on FB
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  61. entered Tshirt outlet drawing

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  62. I learned that they also make liqueur chocolates - yum!
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  63. email subscriber
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  64. I learned that in 1927, Panda manufactured its first liquorice product! wow!
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  65. I subscribe to the funky monkey via e-mail!
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  66. I learned that the licorice is 99% fat free

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  67. have your button on my blog
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  68. in 1927 pandy made it's first licorice product!
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  69. I subscribe to your blog via email
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  70. I subscribe in google reader
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  71. I follow you on twitter
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  72. I tweeted!
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  73. I posted this giveaway on fb
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  74. I posted the giveaway on myspace
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  75. your button is here
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  76. I am a panda facebook fan
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  77. I follow panda on twitter
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  78. I learned licorice comes from a root - I never knew that!

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  79. Shared on FB

    http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1344807770&v=wall&story_fbid=117695571596369#!/profile.php?id=1344807770&v=wall&story_fbid=115757525128178

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  80. I learned that licorice comes from a root.
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  81. I learned it has no artificial flavors

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  82. Oy Panda Ab is a confectionery factory, established in 1920.

    Thanks for the giveaway >^..^<

    bloggyig at gmail dot com

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  83. this company's first products were sweets, wrapped in paper!


    Hi, I just started a Mom's blog! At
    snickersncream.blogspot.com/

    I'm a resource for families: great products, events, attractions, coupons, giveaways, and other Mom stuff.
    I am with: Top 100 Mommy Blogger as is Rave and Review , Top Baby Blogs, Review Maven, MomSelect, Mom Blog Network, BlogSpark, and more.

    I’d like to engage your company with my audience with a Product Review & Giveaway.

    Thank you for your time, Melissa

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  84. I learned that in 2003, Panda LakuMix became the #1 selling confectionery bag in Finland and Panda was chosen the supplier of the year by Kesko.

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  85. I am an email subscriber.

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  86. I learned that In 1982, Panda All Natural licorice was introduced to Britain. In 1986 Panda licorice became the market leader in Finland for the first time. Panda was privatised to become Oy Panda Ab in 1988.

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  87. I subscribe to feed via bloglines!

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  88. I learned:


    In 1920, our first confectionery factory began manufacturing sweets in the cramped upstairs premises of a berry processing plant.

    sweetpeonies07 at gmail

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  89. Email subscriber

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  90. Twitter follower (@sweetpeonies)
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  91. Follow Panda Licorice on Twitter (@sweetpeonies) Sweetpeonies07 at gmail

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  92. Panda Licorice
    In 1920, our first confectionery factory began manufacturing sweets in the cramped upstairs premises of a berry processing plant. Our product sold so well that as early as its second year the plant began operating in two shifts. Its first products were sweets wrapped in paper, sweets in tins, cough drops, and jelly sweets. At the end of the 1920s, production was transferred to a separate, brand new factory building in which the manufacture of chocolate began. In 1927, Panda manufactured its first liquorice product. In 1933, the manufacture of soft licorice began under the supervision of Väinö Hildén, our licorice expert and, in 1936, our first licorice drops appeared in the shops. World War II affected the production of sweets, since imports of raw materials to Finland were disrupted. By 1942, the plant was manufacturing only carrot-flavoured jelly sweets. The end of chocolate rationing after the war marked the beginning of a busy period for the factory. In 1952, its graphic designer drew a chocolate bar wrapper featuring a Panda bear, the name of the chocolate bar being Panda Pop. This was the inspiration for re-naming the factory. In 1961, this new name, the Panda Chocolate Factory, was approved. Another significant year was 1963, in which Panda began exporting sweets. Its first exports were sent to the USA, the purchaser being Paul Spitz of New York and the product was licorice roll. At the end of the decade, a new production plant for chocolate manufacturing was completed and, by 1974, it had already expanded its storage capacity. In 1977, Panda All Natural licorice was launched in the US markets. In 1982, Panda All Natural licorice was introduced to Britain. In 1986 Panda licorice became the market leader in Finland for the first time. Panda was privatised to become Oy Panda Ab in 1988. In the 1990s, the company began intense brand marketing and launched its new Panda Pepe licorice bars with fillings. These bars were developed by Jorma Kaasinen, our licorice expert. In 1997, a record volume 2.7 million of Panda´s Assorted Chocolates were sold. Through an acquisition made in 2000, Panda became the largest Finnish-owned confectionery factory in Finland. A new record was achieved in 2001, when over 3 million of Panda´s Assorted Chocolates, 300g boxes were sold.

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  93. subscribed to your blog dreamin2win@gmail.com

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  94. Following you on Twitter @dreamin2win

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  95. I tweeted the following:
    Follow @thefunky_monkey to win 1 of 2 Panda Licorice Gift Baskets Details here: http://ht.ly/1J6cG Ends 5/14

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  96. Posted link to my FB wall with note at the top stating the following:
    "I'm following @thefunky_monkey to win 1 of 2 Panda Licorice Gift Baskets Details below:http://ht.ly/1J6cG
    I am Chris Taylor on FB

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  97. Not a blogger & have no web site Sorry forgot to leave ya the link for FB
    http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000498573815&ref=profile

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  98. Already a fan of Panda Licorice on Facebook ~ Chris Taylor is Facebook name

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  99. Already follow Panda Licorice on Twitter ~ Twitter name @dreamin2win

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  100. No artificial flavors
    99 % fat free
    No preservatives

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  101. In 1977, Panda All Natural licorice was launched in the US markets.

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  102. Subscribe to blog via RSS feed

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  103. Follow The Funky Monkey on Twitter @phxbne

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  104. Follow Panda Licorice on Twitter @phxbne

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  105. tweet http://twitter.com/phxbne/status/13744937447

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  106. tweet: http://twitter.com/SnowflakeDay/statuses/13745009660

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  107. I learned there are:
    No artificial flavors!!

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  108. Follow Panda Licorice on Twitter @danandkarissa

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  109. I learned that it has no added salt.

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  110. In 1986 Panda licorice became the market leader in Finland for the first time.

    Jeanette Huston
    chewysmum79@yahoo.com

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  111. followed you on twitter

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    Jeanette Huston
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  112. tweeted

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  113. shared on fb

    http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/jeanette.huston?v=wall&story_fbid=120922517935800

    Jeanette Huston
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  114. grabbed you button here

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    Jeanette Huston
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  115. faned panda here

    http://www.facebook.com/PandaLicoriceUSA?v=wall#!/jeanette.huston?ref=profile

    Jeanette Huston
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  116. followed panda on twitter

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  117. the company has been in business since 1920
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  118. e-mail subscriber
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  119. By 1942, the plant was manufacturing only carrot-flavoured jelly sweets.
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  120. Subscriber
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  121. I learned that the company was started in 1920, and in 1927, Panda manufactured its first liquorice product. Thanks!
    jackievillano at gmail dot com

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  122. I subscribe via email
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  123. I learned:
    Oy Panda Ab is a confectionery factory, established in 1920

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  124. Panda makes chocolate!!! I also found it interesting that...Even though licorice is enjoyed today mainly for its delicious taste, for thousands of years it has been believed to hold mystic, healing powers. People have used licorice to ward off evil spirits and as a remedy for stomach complaints, coughs and chest infections.

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  125. 99% fat free. Sounds delicious...
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  126. I follow your blog via email.
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  127. World War II affected the production of sweets, since imports of raw materials to Finland were disrupted. By 1942, the plant was manufacturing only carrot-flavoured jelly sweets. Umm, yuck! jenalber@hotmail.com

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  128. I subscribe via email. jenalber@hotmail.com

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  129. tweet: http://twitter.com/SnowflakeDay/statuses/13825826507

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  130. I learned that licorice comes from the root of the blue flowering pea plant which is found growing wild all over Southern Europe and Asia.
    edyta_c01@yahoo.com

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  131. Email subscriber
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  132. Subscriber in Yahoo reader
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  133. I follow you on Twitter as atydec
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  134. Tweet
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  135. I Follow Panda Licorice on Twitter as atydec
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  136. I learned that the company complies with all local, national and international regulations and agreements relating to their operations, and develop and market products that are safe to use and less harmful to the environment than previous alternatives. Thanks.
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  137. email subscriber
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  138. follow you on Twitter, partymix25
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  139. they made their first licorice product in 1927!

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  140. I learned that there are no colors added and are 99% fat free. Yummy!

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  141. subscribe by email
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  142. follow thefunky_monkey on twitter @flcyhild7
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  143. follow PandaLicoriceUS on twitter @flychild7
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  144. 5/12 Tweet
    http://twitter.com/atydec/status/13886598147
    edyta_c01@yahoo.com

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  145. Very cute! Thanks. I learned they offer strawberry, cherry AND raspberry. Yum! joleehamlin at comcast dot net

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  146. email subscriber joleehamlin at comcast dot net

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  147. reader follower joleehamlin at comcast dot net

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  148. tweet: http://twitter.com/SnowflakeDay/statuses/13890099802

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  149. 5/13 Tweet
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  150. They started producing sweets in 1920.

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  151. idahomom7 follows you on twitter

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  152. Kathy N Scott likes Panda Licorice on facebook

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  153. idahomom7 is following Panda Licorice US on twitter

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  154. http://twitter.com/idahomom7/status/13909255069

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  155. Amazing that I've never tried this licorice when I read that they've been in business since 1920!
    pauline15_01 at hotmail dot com

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  156. I'm a subscriber!
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  157. I follow on twitter (pauline15)
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  158. I'm a panda licorice facebook fan! pauline15_01 at hotmail dot com

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  159. I follow panda on twitter (pauline15)
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  160. they've been around since 1920.
    crystal@volitek.com

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  161. I learned that Panda licorice is the most popular and best selling licorice in Finland. Its good taste comes from carefully selected raw materials of natural origin. Panda licorice (black licorice) contains: less than 1% of fat and only 310 cal.

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  162. I learned that people used to use licorice to ward off evil spirits and for stomach ailments - I also saw that they have ringtones and wallpaper you can download!
    winnieayala at yahoo dot com

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  163. I subscribe to your rss feed
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  164. tweet http://twitter.com/SnowflakeDay/statuses/13933902831

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  165. I learned that Panda manufactured its' first licorice product in 1927.

    sweepyhead at gmail dot com

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  166. I learned that this licorice is 99%fat free so we can enjoy guilt free.
    smchester at gmail dot com

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  167. I'm an email subscriber.
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  168. I learned that in 2003 Panda LakuMix became the #1 selling confectionery bag in Finland and Panda was chosen the supplier of the year by Kesko.

    supergrand2009 at yahoo dot com

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  169. I subscribe to email.

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  170. I follow on twitter @countrynest,
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  171. I learned that Panda Licorice is made with Brown Molasses Syrup instead of bleached sugar and is fat free.
    Thank you so much for the chance to win.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

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  172. I am subscribed via email as jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com.

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  173. I am subscribed via Google Reader.

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  174. I am following via Twitter as jlsc123.

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  175. I am a fan of Panda Licorice via Facebook as Jill Myrick.

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  176. I am following Panda Licorice via Twitter as jlsc123.

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  177. I learned According to a well-being survey (2006) almost 90 per cent of the employees agreed that Panda fulfills its social responsibilities as a company.

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  178. I learned that Panda licorice is suitable for vegan and vegetarian consumption as well as being certified Kosher.
    kakihararocks@gmail.com

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  179. I learned they don't use bleached sugar in their products.

    dlodden at frontiernet dot net

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  180. I learned that licorice root grows wild in Southern Europe and Asia and that Panda licorice gets its unique flavor from a special cooking process.

    Thanks!

    dealia79(at)gmail(dot)com

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  181. I'm a fan of Panda's on Facebook. (Jodi Brown)

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  182. I subscribed to your blog via email.

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  183. The colors are all natural, and that is great!

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  184. I learned that the licorice is Kosher approved.
    raceracegirl at yahoo dot com

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  185. I'm a subscriber.
    raceracegirl at yahoo dot com

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