6 Fruit and Vegetable Balloons Mylar
Fruit and Vegetable Balloons for Health Fairs and Produce Displays
Here is a set of 6 awesome, large fruit and vegetable balloons that are perfect for health fairs, wellness fairs, bulletin boards, school foodservice displays, cafeterias and anywhere you want to celebrate health with a fun balloon set. Balloons are made of foil mylar. They have self sealing valves. You need to add helium. Use a long thin metal tipped nozzle to fill them. A rubber tipped inflator will damage the balloon. Add a string and weight for best results. Colored ribbon works well, too.
We have included popular fruits and vegetables that are often found in cafeterias, gardens, farmer's markets and grocery stores. You get 3 fruits and 3 vegetables. The colors are balanced and bright so you have a colorful display that catches everyone's eye and adds a fun, healthy appeal to any display or event.
6 Fruit and Vegetable Balloons are included in this best-value set:
- Strawberry 18"
- Banana 33"
- Apple Red and Round with Green leaves 28"
- Carrot 39"
- Tomato 22"
- Pepper, Green Bell Pepper 33"
You can use the balloons over again. You must supply the string and weight. Why not use a bag of beans with your favorite ribbon and give the beans away at the end!
Tip: Most grocery stores that have floral sections with balloons will fill your balloons with helium for about a dollar. You can also visit a party supply store, too. When you are done with your fair, gently let the air out of the balloons and store them flat in bags for your next event or adventure.
Thanks to Marion Williams, Cook for Kids, Chef, Wellness in the Schools, NY, for the request for this product. Marion needed a set of balloons for her Harvest Nutrition Event so we created this set for all of our customers. She sent in the photo shown above. The 3 fruits and 3 veggies featured in the balloon set represent what was grown in the school garden. We believe these 6 items offer a basic display for delicious. common, and colorful fruits and vegetables. See how large the balloons are in the photo!