Tuesday, 7 September 2010

Feel Good Kids Drinks Review

A few weeks ago I was asked if I would like some free samples of Feel Good Kids drinks for my children to try. I have strange children who quite often prefer water over any other type of drink however they do love fruit drinks - juice, smoothies, Fruit Shoots - anything really, so I was pleased to have the opportunity for them to try a new drink.

I will admit to having seen the Feel Good range in the supermarket before now but not ever having purchased one of the products. This may all change though...

The kids loved the drinks, already having favourites - madam likes the blackcurrant whilst the boy prefers the orange. They are easily won over by a carton of any type (easy to please?!) so the fact that they had a little carton + fruity goodness was enough to have them asking for another, and who am I to refuse, especially when there are zero nasties in these drinks.

The fact that these are just purely juice and water (2/3 juice + 1/3 water) somehow passed me by before and I was pleasantly surprised to see on the packaging that the ingredients were 100% natural. Another plus side is the cardboard box the products come in is completely recyclable. The juice drink is fruity without being overly sweet (yes, I did have a quick slurp) and to compare it (perhaps unfairly as they are slightly different products) to one of my daughters other favourite carton drinks, Innocent Smoothies, I kind of like that the Feel Good Kids drinks are lighter and well, juicier! I'd be more likely to give the kids a smoothie at breakfast and one of these drinks alongside their lunch or dinner.

I think the cartons are perfect for lunchboxes (as it suggests says on the packaging) but even moreso for slinging in your bag on a trip out - I know that's when I am most likely to want a product like this.

The recommended retail price of £1.99 for a box of 4 drinks might be slightly pricier than other childrens drinks however I don't really think that 50p a carton is an unreasonable amount to pay. You can find Feel Good Drinks in Waitrose and Asda stores across the country.

The most important question is would I buy them in the future and to that I would say yes, I certainly would!

love & kisses
Mrs M x


  1. These sound good - I might have to give them a try.

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