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Help Save the UK’s Red Squirrels with Eat Natural

Submitted by on August 16, 2011 – 1:18 pm2 Comments

Eat Natural are pleased to announce that they have begun a long-term commitment to support Britain’s diminishing red squirrel population by raising money via on-pack promotions on their nuttiest bar – Eat Natural with Peanuts, Almonds and Hazelnuts. A donation of 5p from every bar and 15p from each 3-bar pack will go straight to the Red Squirrel Survival Trust, to help with their vital work.

The red squirrel is one of the most loveable and iconic of our native species and is tragically at serious risk of extinction in the UK. Eat Natural is proud to be working in partnership with RSST to help stop this decline and bring red squirrels back to areas from which they have long disappeared.

This is a wonderful cause and something that everyone at Eat Natural feels very strongly about. So, why don’t you join them by adding their outrageously nutty peanut, almond and hazelnut bar to your next order either as a multipack or 12 bar display and help us to save those red squirrels!

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  • Suzy Topping says:

    I’m from a Red Squirrel group in Northern Ireland and I was wondering do you have a badge like this. As I would be proud to wear it while maning our info table or at meetings.

  • paulo says:

    The post is from 3 years ago so we don’t have any of the promotional material anymore. You could try contacting ‘Eat Natural’
    All the best

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