These fresh new drinks not only contain the core essential vitamins to promote overall health and well-being, but they are also made with spring water - perfect for those thirst-quenching moments. Each drink is naturally flavoured (orange, citrus, mango & passion fruit or apple & raspberry) to ensure that taste is not compromised.
The ‘A Little More’ range can be enjoyed by children over 3 years of age and is one of the first drinks of its kind; making it an essential item for mum’s shopping trolley. The small, easy to carry bottles, complete with a convenient sports cap, make it a perfect addition to any packed lunch, picnic or a simple daily nutritious treat. The Mini Mes have taken a bottle to school each day recently and it has really encouraged them to drink more! We have taken them on a few day trips too for convenience.
The ‘Get More’ range provides consumers with vitamins, goodness and of course tasty refreshment, and each 500ml bottle contains less than 10 calories. With increasingly busy lifestyles, it can be hard to get all the vitamins you need to maintain a healthy and balanced diet. Within the range, each drink has a very simple message communicating what you’re getting and why it’s good for you; delivered in a completely naturally-flavoured and sugar-free way.
The ‘Get More’ range consists of: Get More Vitamin C to support the immune system, Get More Multivitamins to help keep the body healthy, Get More Vitamin D to support healthy bones and Get More B Vitamins to help the body release energy. The kids’ range, ‘A Little More’ includes: A Little More Vitamin C, A Little More Multivitamins and A Little More Vitamin D.
They are actually packed with flavour, it's a nice strong taste which I really prefer. They are great for when I'm exercising or out for the day as a healthier alternative to the fizzy drinks I would normally opt for.
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