Rubicon Papaya Juice drink - small 288ml tetrapacks 25p each, instore at Tesco - HotUKDeals
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The taste of Papaya doesn't appeal to everyone, but if it does, the small tetrapacks of Rubicon Papaya Juice drink (38% juice I think) are just 25p each in Tesco (in-store, where available). The 1-litre pack generally costs around £1, so this is even cheaper (smaller packs are usually a lot more expensive). Good for kids lunchboxes etc, also Rubicon advertises this as something that could be good for the eyes (or something like that).
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From the Rubicon website:
"Papaya is being hailed by nutritionists as a new superfruit due to its high vitamin, mineral and phytochemical content which can help alleviate and even prevent a number of health conditions.

Nutritionist Fiona Hunter: “All fruit and vegetables are undeniably healthy but some, like the papaya, earn superfood status because of the high levels of vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals they possess. Renowned for their super-nutrient properties, papayas and papaya
juice are an excellent source of vitamin C and magnesium as well as the phytochemicals Lutein, Betacryptoxanthin and Beta carotene. In addition to providing protection against certain types of cancer, the phytochemicals in papayas have been known to bring about significant improvement in eye and skin disorders and help to keep the heart healthy.”

Rubicon Papaya Exotic juice drink contains Lutein (pronounced LOO-teen) which is a phyochemical found naturally in papayas. Lutein helps protect the eyes but research suggests it can reduce the risk of Age Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) – a major cause of blindness in the elderly"

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