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Honest Kids Organic Berry Berry Good, 6 x 200ml - £1 instore @ Heron Foods, Abbey Hulton
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Honest Kids Organic Berry Berry Good, 6 x 200ml - £1 instore @ Heron Foods, Abbey Hulton

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Posted 30th MayAvailable: West Midlands (Staffordshire)

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Great price. 6 x 200ml Honest Kids Organic Berry Berry Good. £1. Found in Heron Foods Abbey Hulton. Usually national. Sainsburys price £3.30.

Organic,
Still Mixed Fruit Juice Drink
Low-calorie
No added sugars - contains naturally occurring sugars

Honest Kids juice drinks are simply made with fruit juice, water and natural flavourings for simple and great tasting drinks that your kids will love.
All of the fruits in Honest Kids juice drinks are organically sourced, with no added sugar*, colours, sweeteners or preservatives - just simple organic refreshment!
*Contains naturally occurring sugars


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Spotted this in my local Heron too. Organic but be wary. Has natural flavouring which means sodium and more calories. Natural flavouring can come from loads of sources. Aimed at kids. Would be better off being more transparent and using less ingredients.
Edited by: "AgentSmith" 30th May
Sorry @Toxic_Waste I did spot this yesterday when I went in for the ice lollies deal you posted. Just more conscious when it comes to drinks for kids and the way they're often advertised.
Sodium and calories, are you sure about that?

I've had plenty of what I consider clean drinks that have natural flavouring and they're calorie free.

Sodium is over maligned and any would be negligible.

Did you check the nutritional information?

These are fairly low calorie as they're diluted with water. They don't taste like normal pressed or from concentrate fruit juice.

I don't find your warning at all accurate.

I hope it doesn't put others off.

This is a good deal.

They are small however and it's a lot of plastic.

They do taste rather watered down and plain too.
Terrible stuff,diluted and tasteless.
Shinoke30/05/2020 16:16

Sodium and calories, are you sure about that?I've had plenty of what I …Sodium and calories, are you sure about that?I've had plenty of what I consider clean drinks that have natural flavouring and they're calorie free.Sodium is over maligned and any would be negligible.Did you check the nutritional information?These are fairly low calorie as they're diluted with water. They don't taste like normal pressed or from concentrate fruit juice.I don't find your warning at all accurate.I hope it doesn't put others off.This is a good deal.They are small however and it's a lot of plastic.They do taste rather watered down and plain too.


If food or drink contains natural flavour (or artificial flavour), it's there for taste and not nutritional value.

Natural can mean from plant and animal.

Prefer my kids to have food or drink without flavourings. Pure juice when it comes to drinks. This caught my eye yesterday coz it said organic and thought it'd be just a few ingredients but flavouring can contain countless ingredients. If you contact a company, they wouldn't even be able to tell you everything that goes in it to create flavouring.

There's nothing natural about natural flavouring. It's created in a lab using lots of chemicals. Anyway, I don't wanna go on. There's enough info online and on YouTube.
Edited by: "AgentSmith" 30th May
AgentSmith30/05/2020 17:07

If food or drink contains natural flavour (or artificial flavour), it's …If food or drink contains natural flavour (or artificial flavour), it's there for taste and not nutritional value.Natural can mean from plant and animal.Prefer my kids to have food or drink without flavourings. Pure juice when it comes to drinks. This caught my eye yesterday coz it said organic and thought it'd be just a few ingredients but flavouring can contain countless ingredients. If you contact a company, they wouldn't even be able to tell you everything that goes in it to create flavouring.There's nothing natural about natural flavouring. It's created in a lab using lots of chemicals. Anyway, I don't wanna go on. There's enough info online and on YouTube.


Pure juice is actually pretty bad for you. Far too much sugar, without the fibre found in whole fruit to help slow its absorption.

And that counts for smoothies and juice with bits in too.

I'd argue this product is far better.

I think you're really blowing this out of proportion.

It is just a few ingredients. Natural flavouring is just an ester for example.

Your sodium comments and calorie comments were simply false.

For health, it's arguably far better to drink this than "pure juice".

Having organic makes a big difference with fruit too, especially apples and berries.
These are disgusting once bought them and never again , water is the best
I bought these last week and they are vile!! Thought my kids were being fussy til I tried it myself 🤢
"Hi Danielle, we'd be happy to clarify! Our natural flavor is used to lower the acidity of our products, because drinks which are above a certain acidity level cannot be sold in the U.S. for fear of harmful bacteria growth.

While the ‘natural flavors to balance acidity’ is proprietary, we can tell you it is a natural ingredient, certified organic by the National Organic Program’s (NOP) standards. This means that our ‘natural flavor’ (technically all of our ingredients are certified by the NOP) has additional regulations to meet and is free from synthetic, GMO, and irradiated ingredients. If you have any further questions, we'd be happy to answer them. Cheers!"

facebook.com/Hon…45/

But yes, but to avoid added natural flavours

healthline.com/nut…ors
Saw them this afternoon in the Liscard (Wirral) store. Didn't buy as got some of the Naked fruit smoothies
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