Innocent Smoothies For Kids Multipack - £1.60 for Four (Half Price) in Tesco (In Store and Online)
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Innocent Smoothies For Kids Multipack - £1.60 for Four (Half Price) in Tesco (In Store and Online)

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Found 8th Apr
Half price from 4th April to 24th April online and in store...

...only 40p per smoothie 😃
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Had a bottle of one of these the other day and my son pointed me to the nutrition values and it stated 33gms sugar which equates to 7 teaspoons of sugar!. I had no idea , innocent my arsx. I know it's from friut but ?.
sb17010 m ago

Had a bottle of one of these the other day and my son pointed me to the …Had a bottle of one of these the other day and my son pointed me to the nutrition values and it stated 33gms sugar which equates to 7 teaspoons of sugar!. I had no idea , innocent my arsx. I know it's from friut but ?.


I think it would be the same for most smoothies and fruit juices. Guess it's 'innocent' because it doesn't have added sugar and aditives
sb17029 m ago

Had a bottle of one of these the other day and my son pointed me to the …Had a bottle of one of these the other day and my son pointed me to the nutrition values and it stated 33gms sugar which equates to 7 teaspoons of sugar!. I had no idea , innocent my arsx. I know it's from friut but ?.

I’m of the opinion that most of the sugars in these come from the sugar in fruit with no added sugar which you find in say Coca Cola. These are the kids portions - one portion has 17.6g of sugar per 180ml serving (one carton), if you were to compare this with most fizzy drinks (and half the other rubbish they contain) it’s much better for kids. My two year old loves them and we give them to him in moderation as a treat...
viva_ronaldo43 m ago

I’m of the opinion that most of the sugars in these come from the sugar in …I’m of the opinion that most of the sugars in these come from the sugar in fruit with no added sugar which you find in say Coca Cola. These are the kids portions - one portion has 17.6g of sugar per 180ml serving (one carton), if you were to compare this with most fizzy drinks (and half the other rubbish they contain) it’s much better for kids. My two year old loves them and we give them to him in moderation as a treat...


Fruit from sugar as I said, and glad you are giving in moderation but are all parents aware of the sugar that's hidden in them if they are giving these as an alternative to fizzy drinks, I say hidden as for some reason they dont display the values on the front of the pack, how many parents wouldn't buy them if it said it contains nearly the daily sugar allowance for a child.l
Edited by: "sb170" 8th Apr
Children need just fruits and if they need a drink give them water. Stop this culture of ‘ as a treat’. Unless they have spend an hour playing proper sports they will not burn this direct sugar.
Still a good price
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