Vita Coco Kids: Review & Giveaway

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Coconut water.

Coconut. Plus. Water.

In the same drink. I’ve never heard of it.

I couldn’t get my head around the concept when Vita Coco asked me if I’d like to review their range.

I’m always up for a challenge though so of course I said yes, I’d be happy to review Vita Coco’s kids drinks.

When they arrived, the boys were really excited. The packaging is attractive and the drinks arrived in a pretty cool box.
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Of course when I gave the boys these to drink, they were going to exclaim ‘Yuk! Mum! What have you given us?!’. I mean, this is a drink that’s not only good for their little bodies, but also tasty? Not gonna happen.

Except it did.

They REALLY liked them.

They liked them so much that we have, since the day we tried them, had them ‘in stock’ at home. We’ve taken them on holiday and we’ve taken them to picnics.

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This is what Vita Coco have to say about their Vita Coco Kids drinks range …

Vita Coco Kids is a range of naturally fruit flavoured coconut water that your little ones are sure to go coco-nuts for! These delicious drinks come in two exciting flavours, classic Apple & Blackcurrant and tropical Mango & Pineapple, and with around 20 percent less sugar and less calories than other leading UK chilled kids drinks and smoothies, they are perfect for parents seeking a healthier beverage option.

Kids-tested and parent-approved, Vita Coco Kids contains naturally occurring potassium to help keep your little monkeys energised and hydrated. Vita Coco Kids coconut water comes from young green coconuts (never from concentrate), and is blended with natural fruit flavourings and water. With no added colourings or preservatives, Vita Coco Kids means no monkey business, just healthy hydration.

I think that the boys in my house preferred the Apple & Blackcurrant over the Mango & Pineapple, though neither flavour lasts longer than give minutes! They’re totally free from Aspartame too, which we try not to give to ours kids given the bad press it’s had. Erring on the side of caution is always best, I think!

So they like it, we like it … Now would YOU like to try it?

You can win two cases of Vita Coco Kids drinks by simply filling in the widget below. Good luck!

While you’re waiting to find out if you’ve won, why not head over to their entertaining website?

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50 comments

  1. I always make sugar free vegan desserts that are full of nuts and dried fruits. They are so tasty yet really healthy at the same time 🙂

  2. My son will eat anything now but I use to mash vegetables into potato and tell him that brocolli was mini trees!

  3. I don’t have to 🙂 my children love all their fruit and veggies, I’m vegetarian myself and there is always lots of fruit and vegetables in our house, I also cook from scratch so they are not used to eating non-healthy food, except for odd chips here and there 😀

  4. We introduced fruit and veggies to our son from the moment he was on solids and he loved them! So it’s not really a problem now he’s older.

  5. My son is very fussy and doesnt like fresh fruit or veg so the only way I can get him to have some are in smoothies or in fruit puree

  6. I simply give my son food food to try and say if he doesn’t like it he won’t have to have it again, we have found many healthy foods he enjoys and he always has at least 5 a day and is happy

  7. i let my little one chose her fruit and veg, rather than making her eat what we want her to eat, we are really lucky as she LOVES most types anyway , but if she chooses, she feels more in control

  8. I tell them to pretend they are giants and the broccoli is green trees cauliflower is white trees, pease are tennis balls carrots are frisbies turnip is orange clouds fruit is easy to get them to eat but vegetables a different matter.

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