My children have been hooked since they first sampled the drink at the Kids Business Bloggers BBQ back in Janaury, even asking me to pop into the supermarket to buy some more on the way home!
Since then, it has made a regular appearance in my children’s school lunch boxes, replacing the usual fruit juice boxes we buy.
As a mum, I love the fact that Cocobella Kids is healthier for my children and contains 50% less sugar than fruit juice. It’s also good to know it is made from the water of of extremely hydrating young green coconuts that are naturally rich in electrolytes.
It comes in two great flavours – Apple Berry Breeze (coconut water, apple and blackcurrant) as well as Tropical Island (coconut water, mango, pineapple and grape) – and offers a healthier alternative to other fruit juices, with no added sugar, colours or flavours and no additives or preservatives.
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But all this certainly doesn’t diminish the taste … I may or may not have sneaked a couple boxes to try for myself!
Personally, I like the apply berry flavour the best, but here are my children’s verdicts:
“Before I tried it I thought it was going to taste like coconut, but it tastes just like juice! I love the apple berry flavour the best.” – Miss 9
“It tastes yummy. I like the tropical flavour.” – Miss 5
- 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.
For more, information, visit cocobellakids.com.au or #cocobellakids on social media.
*This is not a sponsored post, however I was gifted 20 x 3-packs of Cocobella Kids coconut water and juice (value $70) for the purpose of this review. Cocobella Kids will also donate 100 x 3-packs of Cocobella Kids coconut water and juice (value $349) to my children’s school. All opinions expressed are my own.