Sunday, 3 March 2013

Del Monte Fruit Burst Juice Drink Review

Recently we were sent two carton's of Del Monte's new Fruit Burst Juice to try. 


The Fruit Burst range has four delicious flavours to try. 
  • Sweet Apple and Blackcurrant
  • Sour Apple and Strawberry
  • Cool Cherry and Luscious Lime
  • Sherbet Lemon, Orange and Lime.

The boxes are brightly decorated and come with puzzles on the carton for your children to solve, such as brain teasers, optical illusions and thought provoking questions to ponder. 


Fruit Burst has the additions of vitamins B5, B6 and B12 and folic acid, to help combat tiredness and fatigue which can help learning and give stamina to growing brains. 


Fruit Burst will be available from stores nationwide in either 1 litre cartons or 6 x 200ml multipack cartons. 

We were sent 2 1 litre carton's to try. Sour Apple and Strawberry and Cool Cherry and Luscious Lime. Both were a big hit with the children who loved the taste and my older ones loved trying to solve the puzzles on the carton. 


They were such a big hit that I'm planning on buying them some of the smaller multipack carton's to put in their lunch boxes for school to give them the energy they need for an afternoon of learning. 


Each 200ml of serving includes

  • 1% of a child's daily recommended amount of calories
  • 4% of a child's daily recommended amount of sugar
  • 0% of a child's daily recommended amount of fat
  • 0% of a child's daily recommended amount of Saturates
  • 0% of a child's daily recommended amount of Salt
It's also includes
  • 30% of a child's daily recommended amount of Vitamin B1
  • 30% of a child's daily recommended amount of Niacin (B3)
  • 30% of a child's daily recommended amount of Pantothenic Acid (B5)
  • 30% of a child's daily recommended amount of Vitamin B6
  • 30% of a child's daily recommended amount of Vitamin B12
  • 30% of a child's daily recommended amount of Vitamin Folic Acid
  • 30% of a child's daily recommended amount of Biotin
Del Monte have also launched a search for the UK's brightest young minds by asking them to solve the unsolvable. 


Children are being encouraged to put on their thinking caps to consider four big questions of our time, the answers to which have eluded scientists for many centuries. These are
  1. Do black holes exist?
  2. What shape is the sky?
  3. Why do we dream?
  4. What are numbers?
These questions can be found on each carton of Fruit Burst and by emailing them what you think, you could win a fab prize!

Fruit-fuel, it's not Rocket Science!


***DISCLAIMER***
We were sent two cartons of Fruit Burst by Del Monte for free on the understanding we would write an honest review of what we thought about the product. I received no payment and the review is my own honest and unbiased opinion of the product and I retain full editorial control and integrity.


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