Sun Exotic Fruit Paradise 12 pack (12x1l) £7.41 @ Amazon inc. delivery - HotUKDeals
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12x 1 litre cartons of Sun Exotic Fruit Paradise for only £7.41.
that's only 62p per 1 litre carton.

it's £1.18p and £1.20 in Tesco and Asda respectively.


Product Description
A delicious and wonderfully smooth blend of exotic fruits, including: Calamansi, Guanabana, Passionfruit, Pineapple, Papaya and the Amazonian fruit Acerola. Sheer juice paradise form the makers of Rubicon.

We've added extra vitamins known to help your immune system so you can look good and feel great.

Vitamin A - helps promote healthy skin and eyes.

Vitamin C - helps iron absorption.

Vitamin E - helps your immune system.

You can probably conjure up some images of what paradise might look like but what does it taste like? This was a fabulous challenge for our development team and a great justification to go visit some lively exotic.

The result of all this work and pleasure is Sun Exotic Fruit Paradise- a mouthwatering, delicious and truly original new blend containing an unrivalled 8 exotic fruits and coconut water.
Ingredients
Water, Fruit Juice from Concentrate 18% (Pineapple, Orange, Passionfruit), Fruit Purée 7% (Guanabana, Acerola, Papaya, Calamansi, Starfruit), Sugar, Sweetened Condensed Skimmed Milk, Stabiliser (Pectin), Malic Acid, Flavourings, Vitamin C, Coconut Water Concentrate, Colour (Anthocyanins, Beta Carotene), Vitamin E, Vitamin A Allergy Information: Contains Milk
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Good price, though I've seen these drop to as low as 50p in supermarkets before.

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