GIVEAWAY: “Jackson’s Honest, Stitchin’ Post”

For a chance to win a FREE sampling of our favorite chips, Jackson’s Honest, tell me about an inspiring company you support in the comments below. I’ll toss your name into a hat and draw a lucky winner sometime mid-October.


Read more about this inspiring company and find our favorite recipes for chip dips in the Oct/Nov issue of MaryJanesFarm. Stay tuned for more magazine-related giveaways. If you’re not yet a subscriber to my magazine, MaryJanesFarm, subscribe here for $19.95/year.

  1. Sara says:

    It’s wonderful to know Jackson’s Honest is dedicated to their cause with the slow food movement that has our support to push out foods laden in myriad of chemicals that are not fit for human consumption. I love making homemade onion dip from scratch that complements potato chips in any flavor.

  2. Sharon says:

    I like Bob’s Red Mill products. They support sourcing non-GMO ingredients in their products and they produce good, nutritious, wholegrain food. I buy many of their products, but my favorite is Nutritional Yeast. It’s great on popcorn!

  3. Catherine says:

    Cape Cod potato chips is the company of my choice, to date. Hoping to taste a sampling of Jackson’s Honest to share with my Great Grand Jackson. My precious dil, who is a nutritionist would welcome potato chips cooked in coconut oil. Sounds all healthy to me.

  4. Brenda White says:

    I knit and crochet, I also believe in supporting local business. My favorite yarn shop is the Yarn Garden in Charlotte,Michigan. Lyndsey the owner has a wonderful yarn store full of luscious yarns, patterns and a very comfortable place to sit and knit. She offers fun and adventure for all of her knitting customers.

  5. Winnie Nielsen says:

    I’ve not seen these chips here in Florida, but will keep my eyes peeled for them as I shop.

    My favorite company for organic eggs is My Country Hen. Their humane raising policies and commitment to quality make these eggs a go to solution. I also love the little newsletters inside every package. It makes me feel a part of the farm by giving me updates and often cute stories from the hens. The eggs are always fresh and good too.

  6. Elisabeth Perkins says:

    My favorite company for makeup is 100% Pure! They use no chemicals, everything is fruit pigmented! So that means no dyes:) they use organic ingredients, there products are vegan, the list goes on and on. They also support many good causes and have sales to benefit them:) plus 100% Pure makes you look beautiful:)

  7. Alice Minasian says:

    I LOVE Jackson’s Honest Potato Chips and have ordered directly from them for years – now, I’m able to find them in my local stores! I support local companies whenever possible. If I had to pick another besides Jackson’s Honest, I’d pick Lala Earth in Vermont. I love her products and she is an inspiration to me!

  8. cheryl seals says:

    Thanks Mary Jane again for a fun giveaway ! Never have tried Jackson’s Honest brand before but would love to…I’m a firm believer that snacks are important to one’s soul, but that when you eat the GOOD ones without all the stuff you don’t know what is or can’t pronounce your body doesn’t like..When you actually eat what i call the junk chips you have to eat a ton your body dosen’t get the signal that it got nutrients, when you eat the wholesome ones you don’t get that I have to eat the whole bag feeling..This is really true…thanks again

  9. Carol says:

    We love Eden foods in Michigan! We even have one of their growers nearby 🙂

  10. Sylvia Jacobus says:

    I love San Francisco Bay coffee. I use their coffee machine which makes the best coffee. Their K cup pods are biodegradable and their coffee is raised on small farms in South America and Hawaii, where organic growing practices reigns supreme. I appreciate companies who respect the earth, help small farmers and produce outstanding products. Costco sells this brand and you can order direct from the company. Buying a box of 80 pods, shipping free, you get a biodegradable storage container, and you’re set for a month or two. Can’t beat that. You just have to figure which of their coffees are your favorite.

  11. Krista says:

    I haven’t seen or heard of these chips before. I will for sure have to give them a try. I love supporting individual people/companies. I have a few friends whom I have purchased their products to help grow their business and support them. It always gives me a great feeling knowing that I helped them out, especially in a time of need.

  12. Teri Schneider says:

    Although it’s a nonprofit and not a company, Sprout Urban Farms, where I live is one of my favorite places to buy from. I usually frequent them at our local farmers market, but they also have a building that was just donated to them, so they can have a regular store. This np grows their own veggies to sell. But beyond that, they have been educating the whole community regarding growing your own food and even participating in local city government meetings to help push towards changes in law in regards to in-city small farming (think a couple of chickens, a goat, etc). Also, they collaborated with the local schools and helped them start school gardens. The schools have embraced the whole fresh food concept and include the goodies in the school lunches. I love the people that run Sprout because they have such passion for their mission!

  13. Honey says:

    I hadn’t heard of this company, but after reading Megan’s story about her son Jackson and the challenges their family has gone through, I’m inspired! A family simply trying to do the best for their child. The product sounds amazing and with the back story it sounds like a win-win. I hope to find their products locally soon.

    I’m also inspired by Will Leather Goods of Eugene, Oregon. They have a program that puts backpacks filled with school items in the hands of children/schools that need the help.

    Thanks Mary Jane for introducing me to this product and the amazing family behind it.

  14. Paula says:

    First I want to say I love MaryJane and her products. She is an inspiration to women every where. Also I would like to give kudos to Westrock Coffee for offering great tasting coffees and purchasing from small farmers like Ernest N and paying him and farmers like him a decent prices for their beans. So far my favorites are Rwanda Select and Meza Morning Blend.

  15. Jenna says:

    I love Fair Trade Certified. They promote other brands that are Fair Trade. I love discovering new brands, that also treat their employees fairly.

  16. Lauren says:

    I support Serengetee, a clothing company that purchases fabric from over 25 countries, supporting artisans, their families, and ancient fabric making traditions. They give back 10% of profits to a diverse range of grassroots causes, improving lives in their communities. You can always feel good about online shopping at Serengetee.

  17. Lisa Ann says:

    Eden foods is good !

  18. Dana Skelly says:

    I’ve been a longtime fan and supporter of Real Goods. They have not only been wonderfully helpful with off-the grid systems, but I really appreciate their educational efforts and offerings.

  19. I love Flowers for Dreams in Chicago. They donate almost all their proceeds to a different organization each month and make the most gorgeous arrangements!

  20. Sheryl Edwards says:

    Cucina Antica is an inspiring company that I support! Their delicious products are made with fresh, high quality ingredients: pasta sauces, Italian artisan pasta, extra virgin olive oil, organic salad dressings and organic ketchup. Cucina Antica believes in giving back to the community. For example in August 10% of their online sales went to Mary’s Meals Crisis in Malawi campaign!

  21. amy guillaume linderman says:

    i like buying endangered species chocolate….love the pictures of the animals they are trying to save on the chocolates

  22. Jennifer Hess says:

    I support Seventh Generation because it’s safe products that are good for my family and the environment. Seventh Generation makes its easy for me to buy all the regular convient products my uses for our household and in a environmentally friendly way.

  23. Silvia R says:

    We love Jessica’s Natural Foods granolas. They are my son’s favorite breakfast!

  24. Sandy Tsoi says:

    I support company use organic natural ingredients, no chemicals, and products are safe for my family and the enviroment.

  25. Patti sabins says:

    I love Dave’s killer bread. It is the best

  26. winnie Jackson says:

    I live in CT and support Paul Newman Co. He has a hole in the wall gang camp for children with cancer & other illnesses where they go free and just be a kid among other kids who have illnesses. His products are very healthy, and the company makes many good donations as well to other groups they want to support. Check out many of the products and you will see what I am talking about. What a wonderful man Paul was to think of others in this world especially children who have a severe illness and many may not be around for a long time because of what they have. I love to see how the children are so happy to be at this camp and many look forward to making new or seeing the old friends from years of going to this camp. He has set up this camp in the State he lived in to be remembered by. I just love it!!!!! Winnie Jackson of Mansfield Ctr., Ct.

  27. Kelly ONeal says:

    I have never heard of this company before. I really support Third Coast coffee.

  28. Sherry Hopper says:

    OK, not exactly a company…but I totally support the League for Animal Welfare. This no-kill shelter recently initiated a mobile vet service (made available through private funding and fundraising) that will benefit the entire community. My husband and I were longtime volunteers at the League. Since his passing, I’ve kept up that tradition as much as I’m able.

  29. Arlene Gallegos says:

    I support Mountain rose herbs. I enjoy the variety of essential oils to natural clays for your skin

  30. Erin Heier says:

    When I can find them I buy Eden Foods. I also try to get to Aldi’s grocery store because they bring in a lot of organic produce.

  31. Teresa Dr Bruin says:

    I’d love to try these chips and see if my system will tolerate them. One place I patronize is certain vendors at farmers market

  32. BarbaraJean Smith says:

    I support our local yarn store. Vulcans Rest fibers is not just a shop but a place to learn and be with ladies who care about creating things with care and have fun at the same time

  33. Kristi Adams says:

    any company that sells gourds and project ideas and products for gourd crafting.

  34. Pat Frappier says:

    I support Wood Prairie Organic Farm in Maine. It is family owned and they grow and sell the best potatoes, seed potatoes and many other vegetables, seeds and gardening tools. They ship their products too. In addition, they work hard to support other organic businesses and keep their customers informed on how they can help fight Monsanto and
    promote labeling of GMO foods. I believe it is important to know what is in the food we eat.

  35. patrice says:

    We support several farmers who produce vegetables, eggs, bread, cheese and fruits.

  36. Leeza Perry says:

    Sweet potato and sea salt

  37. Elaine Holmquist says:

    What an inspiring story! These folk are truly blessed; first with a wonderful family and second for imaginations to create one of my favorite snacks made in my favorite cooking oil ever. I love the flavor of virgin organic oil. Next to Bob’s Red Mill products, I’ll support the Jackson’s for sure!

  38. Leeza Perry says:

    My favorite store I support is our local Mennonite Sommers market. It is a discounted, deli and grocery outlet that provides produce and meats, and cheeses at a cheap price and changes its discounts weekly.

    Leeza Perry
    Hartville, Ohio
    New Subscriber 2016

  39. Alise says:

    I haven’t been in a position to be able to support many companies like I used to (and will again when times are better). One company that I look forward to being able to support again is Jordan Rubin’s Beyond Organic. Currently, I enjoy supporting one local person who sells eggs and another that has a small roadside vegetable stand.

  40. Brenda Wheeler says:

    About 4 miles from me is a the wonderful little Adams Farm Market. They have all kinds of vegetables, fruits, spices, jams, jellies and honey etc. I have shopped there for years. Each spring I can count on them having a couple of flats of State Fair Zinnias ready for me and each fall I can count on them to have 2 bushels of Yukon Gold Potatoes for me. Those are standing orders every year. The zinnias are planted along the fence in front of our vegetable garden along with tall marigolds and morning glories. We have found that the Yukon Gold Potatoes hold the best and longest for storage. On year the owners of the market decided to keep some of all the different kinds of potatoes they have and told me I was right the Yukon kept the best. Anything we don’t grow here we can get there.

  41. Kandie Pieratt says:

    World Brewing Co – all profits go to charity

  42. Heidi says:

    I support A-Z Apiaries a very small local honey farm. Also Brush Hill Dairy for fresh raw milk, grass fed beef and eggs.

  43. Margie Cunningham says:

    Some of our favorite brands are: Once Again, Oganic Valley, Equal Exchange.

  44. Christine Robinson says:

    I support my friend’s business Kingsley Street Soaps. He is local to NYS, and I have a lot of allergies, and his soaps do not give me any issues.

  45. Stacey Mitchell says:

    I love to support small business owners. Love small business Saturdays. Would love to get a sample of these chips. Farm girl sister #6969

  46. Melanie Gamlin says:

    I love supporting local businesses. In our small town there is a shop called Sozo Market that sell handmade products with a purpose. They sale products to provide resources to the broken and needy of the world. From their website their mission is providing resources and education to create unique handcrafted goods to enable impoverished communities to change their lives.

  47. Phyllis Reding says:

    Supporting companies that give back to the community around them and globally is an amazing way to share the abundance we have…DoTerra in dedicated to “co-impacting projects” and “humanitarian partnerships”

  48. Colleen Davis says:

    I wholeheartedly support Soap Hope. This is a company that empowers women all around the world. Every sale that is made is allowing women to stand on their own two feet and succeed. Love this!

  49. Shelby York says:

    I support Buffalo Gap Gifts. It is a local owned gift store with Tuscola Soapworks inside. They feature works by local artisans and I absolutely love their soaps! Often the will feature wine tastings from surrounding vineyards. It is a great place to visit and I love that I am supporting a local small bussiness.

  50. Denise says:

    I like Bakery on Main. They are a company based in Hartford, CT whose mission is to save the world from boring and tasteless gluten free products. They make incredibly delicious foods that my family can have on their limited diets. I hope to win some chips to add to our diet plan. Thank you so very much.

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