Do you have Christmas traditions? We have several. One of our traditions that my husband and I have done since we got married, was to drive around on Christmas Eve to look at Christmas lights. Another tradition is letting our boys open a gift on Christmas Eve. Some traditions change, though, like our tradition of putting an orange in our sons’ Christmas stockings each year. That changed the first time I had a Halo! Since then, we have been putting Halos in our stockings each year!

Halos are so delicious, and juicy. We love that they are super easy to peel and don’t need anything sharp to get them started.  They are easy enough to peel and eat, that they are great for school/work lunches. They are even great for on-the-go snacks! What’s nice, is that they come in several sizes. You can get them in as little as a two-pack of Halos, all the way up to a 5lb box!

Halos are a great snack for little kids, and are a great way to start them out on the right foods! With Halos, you don’t have to worry about sugary stuff, or chemicals that come with processed junk. It’s easier than ever to find Halos, by going to their website. They have a listing of all the stores that carry Halos, and believe me, it’s a LOT!!

So, go and grab your family some Halos at your nearest market and start making traditions! Halos make great traditions that your family won’t forget 🙂

About Halos

Our 100% California-grown mandarins are made up of two varieties: Clementines (available November–January) and W. Murcotts (available February–May). They’re both sweet, seedless, and easy to peel, which is why all Halos are bursting with Pure Goodness®.

Key Attributes of Mandarins
  • Small, seedless & easy to peel
  • Bright orange color with loose skin
  • Sweet & juicy
  • Available November through May

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