Find Your Footprint with Procter & Gamble

Did you know you have an "ecological footprint?"
In today's ever changing global climate, understanding your impact and changing your habits to reduce carbon emissions can be beneficial in preserving Earth's natural environment.

Procter & Gamble has launched a promotion in conjunction with their upcoming smartphone app, available at on Earth Day, 4/22/11. At Foodland, when you purchase $25 of qualifying P&G products, you can send a mail-in rebate along with your Foodland receipt to P&G to receive a one-year subscription to National Geographic Magazine or National Geographic Kids magazine by mail.*

Here are some quick tips from P&G that can be helpful in altering your footprint:

Save Energy

Tide Coldwater
Save up to 80% of the energy in every load by switching to cold with Tide Coldwater.*
*By switching from warm/cold to cold/cold for all loads in a standard top loader machine with an electric water heater set at 140 °F.

Reduce Waste

Pampers Cruisers
Moms using Pampers® Swaddlers® and Cruisers® today have generated 15 million fewer pounds of waste than 2007.*
*Based on 2010 sales volume for Swaddlers/Cruisers.

Save Water

Cascade Action Pacs
No need to pre-wash which can save you up to 2,600 gallons of water per year*
*Based on 12.5 gallons of water to pretreat at 4 loads per week.

Click here or on the image below for a printable version of the Official Offer Form.

*Subscription is provided compliments of P&G and participating retailers. Mail-in offer. Official offer form and original cash register receipt showing retailer name must be obtained from the same participating store. Purchase must be made in one transaction. Sales tax is not included towards purchase. Limit one per household. Offer ends 4/30/11. Not valid for any Prilosec OTC product reimbursed or paid under Medicaid, Medicare, or any other federal or state healthcare program, including state medical and pharmacy assistance programs, or where prohibited by law. Not valid in Massachusetts if any part of the product cost is reimbursed by public or private health insurance. See mail in offer form for complete details. For Customer Service call 877-869-7589. See for a complete listing of P&G’s Future Friendly products. ©2011 Procter & Gamble. National Geographic, National Geographic Kids, National Geographic Magazine, the Yellow Border Design, and the Elasticized Yellow Border Design are registered Trademarks owned by and used under license from National Geographic Society.

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