Friday, February 13, 2015

Who has tasted coconut water or heard of Cocobella kids?

Up until of late, personal I have not drank or tasted coconut water nor heard of Cocobella Kids. Have you?

It tasted really nice. Topped or mixed with a little bit of fruit juice again brings another bite to it. lately I was invited to taste a drink in a pack, one was Apple Berry and the other one was Tropical. I have to say I enjoyed the Apple Berry as I am not a big fan of Pineapple....but then that is me.

So I looked at the pack further and I realized that is made out 70% coconut water and 30% fruit juice. I thought this is a great drink to offer kids in their lunch box or as a treat instead of water sometimes. I am very aware of giving kids healthy snacks and drinks. I brought my own kids on drinking gallons of fruit juice on its own thinking I was doing the right thing, to find out later on that this is not a healthy option. But this pack diluted with coconut water is brilliant.

So here is some info for those who would consider offering their children a healthy option  instead of water sometimes.

 


  • Cocobella Kids is a lunch-box-friendly and healthy coconut water drink for kids 
made from 70% coconut water, 30% fruit juice and nothing else. 
  • Cocobella Kids is available in 200ml Tetra- Pak (BPA-free) and in two yummy fruit flavours (Apple Berry Breeze, Tropical Island) 
  • Cocobella Kids retails for $3.49 per 3-pack in Woolworths supermarkets nationally.
  •  Cocobella Kids is Australia’s first range of coconut water drinks for kids.
  • The makers of Australia’s leading coconut water brand, Cocobella, have created a new healthy option to 
help lighten up the lunchbox and keep those little monkeys hydrated.
  • Made from 70% coconut water and 30% fruit juice and nothing else, Cocobella Kids contains 50% less sugar 
than leading kids fruit juices. And with no added sugar, no added colours or flavours and no additives or 
preservatives, you can be rest assured there are no nasty surprises. 

  • Coconut water is naturally rich in minerals (especially potassium) making it a great natural source of 
hydration and fuel for normal growth and development in kids.
  •  

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My Grandaughter was with me when we tried them and I can assure you it was a hit. We have some in the fridge for her as an alternative drink to water sometimes, and when she sees them she calls it special treat. Her parents occasionally give her as a treat a chilled pack in her lunch box when she goes to day care.



Here she is bless her enjoying it to the full!



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