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Many school’s are going through rough times and have had to make quite a few cut backs. Whether it be on school supplies, field trips or even library books. Tyson wants to help support our school’s through their new Project A+ program. Each and every label that your school collects is worth $.24! That is more than double the amount Box Tops For Education contributes.
Tyson has more than 30 participating products that carry these labels and they are easy to spot. Most are located on the back of the product packaging and state exactly how much they are worth. My Safeway store carried quite a few of these products and my boys chose the Boneless Buffalo Wyngz.
For an added bonus, when shopping at Safeway you can participate in their back to school offer. Safeway will will donate 10% of your purchases to the school of your choice. We noticed the sign as soon as we walked into the store! Be sure to look for the tags that show 10% back to schools. All participating products will have the tag displayed next to the price tag.
Instead of eating the Wyngz right out of the bag, we decided to have Tyson Buffalo Blue Cheese Wraps! The ingredients were simple…Tyson Buffalo Wyngz, tortillas, shredded lettuce and blue cheese. Add some celery and carrots on the side and you have a tasty and quick meal.