FREE Dutch Brothers Coffee on Your Birthday

Dutch Brothers FREE Birthday Drink

Yes it’s TRUE, Dutch Brothers does offer you a FREE Coffee on your Birthday.  You just have to have the App to get it.

See their Terms of Service for details.

But the best part of the FREE Birthday Coffee is you have 30-days to get it.  That’s pretty awsesome.

And to make things even better, Dutch Brothers has did it again with a Special 1/2 Birthday Offer as well.  You will get your Drink at 50% off.

On your Birthday you will get an email to the address you use in the app similar to this one:

Dutch Brothers Free Birthday Coffee

Birthday Drink Reward

By participating in the Program, you will receive one (1) Free “any size” Drink Reward (up to 32 oz.) on your birthday. If this birthday Reward is not redeemed at a participating Dutch Bros Coffee® shop, then this birthday Reward will automatically expire at approximately 11:59 PM Pacific Time on the thirtieth (30th) day following the day the birthday Reward was collected.

(Dutch Brothers Terms of Service)

1/2 Birthday Drink Reward

By participating in the Program you will also receive a Reward coupon for 50% off of one (1) drink of “any size” (up to 32 oz.) on your half birthday (approximately six months before or after your birthday. If this half birthday Reward is not redeemed at a participating Dutch Bros Coffee® shop, then this half birthday Reward will automatically expire at approximately 11:59 PM Pacific Time on the eighth (8th) day following the day the half birthday Reward was collected. 

(Dutch Brothers Terms of Service)

Upon expiration, birthday and half birthday Rewards will be automatically removed from your Program account. If you create a Program account on your birthday or half birthday then you will receive the birthday or half birthday Reward approximately the day after your account registration.

This is a great opportunity for a little extra on your special day, and great coffee.  Enjoy…


When people talk about detoxification and cleansing the body of harmful toxins, it’s often seen as a fringe element of vegetarians. People really don’t like to think about harmful toxins building up in their colons or in their arteries, but it’s often a by-product of a carnivorous diet. A diet that’s high in fat and processed foods tends to slow down our digestive systems, and our elimination processes are also interrupted.

This can allow harmful bacteria and toxins to accumulate and can create a general feeling of sluggishness, as well as a host of digestive disorders, such as irritable bowel syndrome or colitis. When we begin eating a more healthy vegetarian diet, we start to get more dietary fiber into our systems, and all of a sudden, our digestive systems start to work better,

When you eliminate high-fat meat and processed foods from your diet, then much of your body’s energy is freed from the intense work of digesting these foods. Everything becomes clearer – your blood, your organs, your mind. You start to become more aware of the toxic nature of the food you’d been eating before.

Toxicity is of much greater concern in the twentieth century than ever before. There are many new and stronger chemicals, air and water pollution, radiation and nuclear power. We ingest new chemicals, use more drugs of all kinds, eat more sugar and refined foods, and daily abuse ourselves with various stimulants and sedatives. The incidence of many toxicity diseases has increased as well. Cancer and cardiovascular disease are two of the main ones.

Arthritis, allergies, obesity, and many skin problems are others. In addition, a wide range of symptoms, such as headaches, fatigue, pains, coughs, gastrointestinal problems, and problems from immune weakness, can all be related to toxicity. When you start a vegetarian eating plan, your body eventually cleanses itself of the harmful effects of these toxic foods.

Tips for Helping Young Children Eat Organic Foods

Are you the parent of a young child who you would like to eat healthy? If you are, you may be interested in introducing your child to organic foods. Unfortunately, for some parents this can be easier said than done. If you are finding it difficult to introduce your toddler or preschooler to organic foods, please continue reading on, as a number of helpful tips are highlighted below.

One way to help your child get use to eating organic foods is to not tell them that they are doing so right away. Of course, you want your child to know that they are eating healthy and it is important for children to know what organic foods are, but you may want to wait until your child has already decided that they like eating organic, which they should. This is important for toddlers and preschoolers, as some may be turned away by the word “organic,” especially if it is a new word for them. There is really no reason why you need to tell your child that they are eating organic soap, when you could just simply say soup.

Introducing your child, especially young children, to organic foods slowly is another great approach. If you are making the switch to organic foods, consider making it a transition, instead of a traditional switch. Although your child will likely not be able to tell the difference in organic foods, some children are able to do so. This is where there are benefits to slowly introducing a child to organic foods. For example, start with snacks or one meal a day, such as an organic breakfast.

Speaking of snacks, they are a great way to get your child excited about eating organic foods. Did you know that there are a number of organic snacks, many of which are designed for toddlers and preschoolers? There are. For example, Earth’s Best Organic offers fruit snack bars, organic cookies, and organic crackers. Also, most of their products for toddlers and preschoolers come with Sesame Street themes. Snacks are a positive and fun way to introduce young children to organic foods. Also, consider offering your child a reward for eating all or most of their organic meals. This is great for picky eaters. What you can do is offer an organic cookie or an organic cracker as a reward if all or most of your child’s lunch or dinner is eaten.

Another easy, yet fun way to get your child excited about eating organically is by letting them help you shop. This is ideal if you will be doing your shopping locally. When using this approach, it is best to visit a specialty organic food store, as no matter what your child chooses it should be healthy and natural. For smaller children, point them in the right direction. For example, set your child in the cereal aisle if you are looking to buy cereal, and so forth.

The above mentioned ways are just a few of the many ways that you can successfully introduce your child to organic foods. These approaches are ideal for those at the toddler and preschool levels. Many find that this is the age range that is most difficult to make the switch to organic foods, as many children at this age dislike change, especially where their food is concerned.