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Fruit Shoots 24-Pack (48 in total) (2 for £10) @ Farmfoods
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Fruit Shoots 24-Pack (48 in total) (2 for £10) @ Farmfoods

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Posted 4th JulAvailable: National

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For anyone buying Fruit Shoots in bulk, the orange and blackcurrant ones are 2 packs of 24 (so 48 ) for £10 in-store at Farmfoods
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Why do people always come on a deals site to let us know they wont use em. We dont care, we come here for deals not lectures from people like you whinging about whats in em. We can make our own minds up.
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I wouldn't give it to my kids even if they paid me.
Cherry1304/07/2019 08:01

Because I read the ingredients.


What is wrong with the ingredients ? I give fruit shoot to my kids
Cherry1304/07/2019 08:01

Because I read the ingredients.


Should I stop eating too if i read the ingredients?
tommol04/07/2019 08:03

Should I stop eating too if i read the ingredients?


It's up to you and your personal choice.
Bini78604/07/2019 08:02

What is wrong with the ingredients ? I give fruit shoot to my kids


It's a cocktail of chemicals and sweeteners. That's all x
Why do people always come on a deals site to let us know they wont use em. We dont care, we come here for deals not lectures from people like you whinging about whats in em. We can make our own minds up.
Cherry1304/07/2019 08:07

It's a cocktail of chemicals and sweeteners. That's all x


When they first came out they wasn’t good but they have changed we thought the same when we came to the situation but they are not bad with no added sugar and additives.

Do you give give your kids normal Robinson’s squash?
Shockey04/07/2019 08:45

When they first came out they wasn’t good but they have changed we thought …When they first came out they wasn’t good but they have changed we thought the same when we came to the situation but they are not bad with no added sugar and additives. Do you give give your kids normal Robinson’s squash?


I don't give my kids squash either. The ingredients might have changed, I'm unaware of this but its still chemicals. The sweeteners used are far worse than sugar, I would prefer to give my kids drink that contain sugar over any sweeteners ( apart from stevia maybe) but there is so many better alternatives that my choice is pretty simple to give my kids the best diet possible. I'm not trying to inflict my opinion on anyone but those who don't know and looking for better alternatives can and will read the label and most likely stay away from the fruit shoot. For those who still think it's a good drinking option for their kids that's fine by me as well. By all means my kids never drank it and they don't ask for it or miss it at all.
Forget what they do or do not contain, just save your money and refill the bottles with squash or just plain water! Older children might not be amenable to that but my 2 year old is none the wiser!
Cherry1304/07/2019 08:55

I don't give my kids squash either. The ingredients might have changed, …I don't give my kids squash either. The ingredients might have changed, I'm unaware of this but its still chemicals. The sweeteners used are far worse than sugar, I would prefer to give my kids drink that contain sugar over any sweeteners ( apart from stevia maybe) but there is so many better alternatives that my choice is pretty simple to give my kids the best diet possible. I'm not trying to inflict my opinion on anyone but those who don't know and looking for better alternatives can and will read the label and most likely stay away from the fruit shoot. For those who still think it's a good drinking option for their kids that's fine by me as well. By all means my kids never drank it and they don't ask for it or miss it at all.


I have young children and like you care about their diet. I wonder if there's a practical option that is good for them that you know of and could recommend: normally they have a refillable bottle which we take out with us to save on plastic, but I always like to carry something like fruit shoots in the boot for emergencies if we are lose the beaker and are stuck without drinks, e.g. on a long drive with no shops around. Anything you recommend? It needs to be something with a top like fruit shoot as the idea is to help us if we get caught out having lost the beaker out and about or come out without it.
I agree with the poster who is actually aware of the legal cocktail of crud robinsons have been jerking into bottles of "juice" for years...
I don't understand why kids are drinking expensive squash bad squash in a bottle either.

A load of nasties in the ingredients.
Use once Plastic waste.
Works out expensive per portion.
Combined with the fact that the last generation of kids born have all been raised with the hydrate via water (& better for their teeth) away from fizzy drinks & the like, which is a damn good thing to do from an early age, I wouldn't describe squash as a treat either.

You get more out of the quid deal for nesquik to make a decent qty of milkshake which tastes good & actually promotes bone growth etc (yes it contains sugar but can be portioned) & less plastic clutter.

If you are going to give them squash then how about in their own re-usable water bottle?
This just gets them into being little pesterering "convenience" consumers in the supermarket who don't know what the kitchen tap is for & all the dumbing down that comes with it.

Based on what you'd get from a litre of half decent juice portioned out this isn't a deal
Cherry1304/07/2019 08:55

I don't give my kids squash either. The ingredients might have changed, …I don't give my kids squash either. The ingredients might have changed, I'm unaware of this but its still chemicals. The sweeteners used are far worse than sugar, I would prefer to give my kids drink that contain sugar over any sweeteners ( apart from stevia maybe) but there is so many better alternatives that my choice is pretty simple to give my kids the best diet possible. I'm not trying to inflict my opinion on anyone but those who don't know and looking for better alternatives can and will read the label and most likely stay away from the fruit shoot. For those who still think it's a good drinking option for their kids that's fine by me as well. By all means my kids never drank it and they don't ask for it or miss it at all.


Which drinks would you recommend please for kids?
Cherry1304/07/2019 08:55

I don't give my kids squash either. The ingredients might have changed, …I don't give my kids squash either. The ingredients might have changed, I'm unaware of this but its still chemicals. The sweeteners used are far worse than sugar, I would prefer to give my kids drink that contain sugar over any sweeteners ( apart from stevia maybe) but there is so many better alternatives that my choice is pretty simple to give my kids the best diet possible. I'm not trying to inflict my opinion on anyone but those who don't know and looking for better alternatives can and will read the label and most likely stay away from the fruit shoot. For those who still think it's a good drinking option for their kids that's fine by me as well. By all means my kids never drank it and they don't ask for it or miss it at all.


I bet you’re fun at party’s
Hot from me bro! If my little dude wants a fruit shoot he gets one. Same with chocolate or whatever. I was brought up on Ribenna and sunny D before they changed the recipe and I've walked some of the major mountains in the world and I'm fine. .
Cherry1304/07/2019 10:29

I don't need a drink to have fun


Who said anything about drinking...!
reps9104/07/2019 09:59

Which drinks would you recommend please for kids?


My kids drink water primarily, occasionally 100% juice diluted with water, I also grow my own fruits and make juices , I know it's not an option for everyone , but I enjoy doing it. My daughter is 10 and she never even ask for a fizzy drink. It's what you implement from when they're little. I know someone here might say she could go off the hook but what she'll do when she's older I can't stop , I'm doing my parenting bit in a hope she'll carry on or at least if she loses it she'll come back x
Cherry1304/07/2019 08:07

It's a cocktail of chemicals and sweeteners. That's all x


Is everything not a cocktail of chemicals, perhaps i should stop drinking the chemical H2O.
I grew up on fizzy pop, chocolate, fizzy sweets never had a filling never did me any harm if you do it in moderation what’s the problem. Done the same with my 3 year old. She eats a lot of fruit and vegetables but still get fruit shoots, sweets and ice cream as treats
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