Amazon: Stretch Island Fruit Leather for .29 Each

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by Cassie on August 29, 2011

Amazon has a pretty decent deal on the Stretch Island Fruit leather right now at almost 50% off and shipped FREE!  The pack of 30 bars sells for $17, but right now they are are sale for $10.49. Then when you choose subscribe and save, you will save an additional 15% making it only $8.92 with FREE shipping.  This comes out to be .29 each bar and considering that stores sell them for $1, that is a great deal!

Head to Amazon here to grab the Stretch Island Fruit Leather deal

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Thanks The Thrifty Mama

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Ava August 29, 2011 at 2:36 pm

Just a question: Are fruit leathers similar to fruit roll ups?

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thriftyal August 29, 2011 at 2:52 pm

Hi Ava, They are about 2-3 times thicker and come in a strip. They are not as quite as sweet as the fruit rollups but that’s because they have all-natural ingredients and are lower in sugar. They are supposed to be a healthy alternative to the rollups – but to us taste just as good (if not better).

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Ava August 29, 2011 at 3:00 pm

Thank you. I have a feeling I know what they are. I buy some kind of the fruit rolls that are found in the produce section in grocery stores and the kids and I love them. Strangest thing is that their cousins don’t like them at all.

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Ava August 29, 2011 at 2:36 pm

Just a question: Are fruit leathers similar to fruit roll ups?

Reply

thriftyal August 29, 2011 at 2:52 pm

Hi Ava, They are about 2-3 times thicker and come in a strip. They are not as quite as sweet as the fruit rollups but that’s because they have all-natural ingredients and are lower in sugar. They are supposed to be a healthy alternative to the rollups – but to us taste just as good (if not better).

Reply

Ava August 29, 2011 at 3:00 pm

Thank you. I have a feeling I know what they are. I buy some kind of the fruit rolls that are found in the produce section in grocery stores and the kids and I love them. Strangest thing is that their cousins don’t like them at all.

Reply

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