Rudi’s Organic Bakery: Review and Giveaway

My children prefer to bring their lunches to school on a daily basis.  The only downfall (besides the fact that this means I pack 360 lunches in a school year) is that they get sandwich burn-out.  I am always looking for ways to vary it up so that they don’t get bored.  One great way to add some variety, nutrition, and taste to your sandwiches is Rudi’s Organic Bakery! Never heard of Rudi’s before?  They’ve got 30 years of experience!  From the website:  “Over 30 years ago, the founders of Rudi’s Organic couldn’t find a bread that was good enough to make their families happy. They had a healthy, holistic & optimistic approach to life and believed that eating healthy went along with being happy. They wanted food, and specifically bread, that fit this belief.”

Not only does Rudi’s sell organic breads, rolls, and buns, they also have a gluten-free line for individuals who need gluten-free foods as part of their healthy diet.  Recently, they were also recognized as one of the top foods for vegetarians.  Why buy Rudi’s organic?  Rudi’s breads are free from potentially harmful synthetic ingredients, chemical pesticides and fertilizers. Rudi’s  products are USDA Certified Organic, which tells you that at least 95% of their ingredients are organic. This is good for you, your family and the environment.

Em is loving her ham on Rudi's toasted Sourdough bread!

Rudi’s sent my family a loaf of Harvest Seeded Bread and Rocky Mountain Sourdough.   My kids both loved the Harvest Seeded Bread, which is baked with pumpkin and sunflower seeds with organic whole wheat flour, oat bran and cornmeal for an incredible texture and taste.  The Sourdough is delicious too, and it’s easy to see (or taste) why it’s one of Rudi’s most popular breads.   We thoroughly enjoyed both during a recent Saturday lunch!  The kids asked if I could send “that good bread” in their lunchboxes on Monday!

What I liked the most about both varieties is that the list of ingredients was easy to read and pronounce!  Check out Rudi’s Website for a store near you where you can be tempted by their delicious variety of breads.


One winner will receive two coupons for a free loaf of

Rudi’s bread and 2 sandwich boxes!

How to Enter:

1. Tell me which variety of Rudi’s breads that you are most excited to try!

Additional entries:

1. Blog about this giveaway and link to The Not-So-Blog (10 extra entries).

2. Follow me (@BridgetteLA) and @RudisOrganic on Twitter and Tweet this giveaway. Every time you tweet you get an additional entry! Limited to 10 a day, please. (You must have over 50 Twitter followers to qualify for unlimited entries!)

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4. Become a Fan of The Not-So-Blog and Rudi’s Organic on Facebook.

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Contest ends at 11:59pm CST on December 12th. Prizes not claimed in 72 hours will be forfeited. Open to U.S. Residents only.


  1. I want to try the 100% Whole Wheat Bread.

  2. I want to try the 100% Whole Wheat Bread!

  3. Lucy Schwartz says:

    Harvest Seeded sounds so tasty and good.

  4. Terra Eash says:

    I want to try the Rocky Mountain Sourdough

  5. Terra Eash says:

    I like The Not So Blog and Rudy’s Organic Bakery on Facebook

  6. Terra Eash says:

    I subscribe to Not So Blog via email

  7. I’m most excited to try the 14 grain.

  8. I like you and Rudi’s on Facebook.

    Pt Sweeper

  9. Rocky Mountain Sourdough

  10. I would love to try the sourdough!

  11. shirley pebbles says:

    I would like to try the 100% whole wheat

  12. shirley pebbles says:

    like u both on fb as shirley greenawalt zolenski

  13. I’d try the Spelt Ancient Grain, I think!

  14. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says:

    7 Grain with Flax
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  15. 100% Whole Wheat Bread!

  16. I’d like to try the 7 grain with flax

  17. Jason Vaughn says:

    Wheat Bread!


  18. the Rockey mountain sourdough I love sourdoughs

  19. Ed Nemmers says:

    I would love to try the Rocky Mountain Sourdough!

  20. 7 grain with flax ty.

  21. Sourdough.

  22. I would like to try the cinnamon raisin bread.

  23. I’m an email subscriber.