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Snap up a chance to win with My Ambrosia Moment

Ambrosia Apples announces their My Ambrosia Moment contest where contestants can win a three-night stay at the Kelowna Delta Grand Okanagan in the heart of apple and wine country and $500  spending money!

“My Ambrosia Moment is a contest where Ambrosia fans and consumers can share photos of themselves or other people enjoying their favourite apple,” said a spokesperson for the group. “Ambrosia apples were created by nature and now we want to see what Ambrosia lovers can create with Ambrosia apples as the subject of their photo.”

Contestants are encouraged to grab their cameras or smart phones and take a photo showing where and how they enjoy Ambrosia apples. Eating, picking, buying, travelling, juggling, cooking… the possibilities are endless. You pick the concept and make Ambrosia apples your sidekick.

Use your imagination; add a little humour or drama and… lights, action, camera! Then go to and upload your photo with Ambrosia apples in a starring role.

Photos Entries must be in .jpg, .jpeg, .png, or .gif and may not exceed 1 MB in size.
One prize will be awarded to a person, household, or email address.
The winner will be determined by a combination of popular vote and judges’ choice.
Contest is open to all residents of Canada (except for residents of Quebec) age 18 and over.
You may submit up to five (5) entries in total.      

The Contest starts at 9 a.m. Pacific Standard Time on Tuesday, January 28, 2014 and closes at 4 p.m. Pacific Standard Time on Wednesday, March 5, 2014. Complete rules and information at

About Ambrosia

Ambrosia apples were discovered in the Mennells’ orchard in the sun-drenched Similkameen Valley of British Columbia. In the early 1990s, workers in the orchard picked and tasted the bi-coloured apples from a lone tree unlike the others in the orchard. The fruit was so good they stripped the tree clean.

The bi-coloured apple was named Ambrosia, which in Greek mythology means food of the gods. The apple was registered in 1993 and over the past 20 years, it has grown in popularity and is now available for purchase worldwide. More info at

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