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03rd May 2019

Tell us your favourite Dairylea on-the-go snack to WIN a €1000 One4all voucher

Anna Daly


Brought to you by Dairylea.

Summer is coming and it’s time to get out and about.

When is the last time you went on an adventure? Maybe it was last weekend, or maybe it’s been a while.

Whether you’re always heading off on adventures or if you have yet to get into the outdoor summer mindset, Dairylea wants everyone to make an effort to try new things this year. With their new DAREylea campaign, they are encouraging families to embrace their spontaneous silly side together (not that we need much excuse!).

Go and try something you’ve never tried before, or embrace your gutsy side and challenge yourself to a dare. If you’ve got kids, get them in on the fun too. You could try your hands at go-carting, or see who can be the first one to get their hair wet in the sea, or maybe you could let your kids dress you for a day and decide where you have to go in the outfit. The kids will have a blast and so will you. Sure, it’ll be great fun altogether.

Silly activities need to be fuelled, so don’t forget to feed the fun on these adventures by bringing along a tasty snack for everyone. Dairylea Lunchables or Dairylea Dunkers are the perfect quick bite when you’re in the middle of important new discoveries.

Here’s the question though – which do you prefer? When you need something to fuel yourself or your little one, which snack does your hand reach for first? The Lunchables or the Dunkers?

Let us know which is your or your kids’ favourite below and you could be in with a chance of winning a whopping €1000 One4all voucher (think of all the things you could buy!).

So let loose, live life to the fullest, and make sure you’re enjoying some great snacks while you’re at it.

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Brought to you by Dairylea.

Feed the fun. We Dareylea you! Dairylea is a good source of calcium and Dairylea Dunker and Lunchables snacks can be found in the cheese aisle of your local supermarket. More information available on the Dairylea website