4/13/2018

Honest Organic Kids Juice Drinks - Competition



Keep your children refreshed as they play, with new organic HONEST® Kids. HONEST® Kids combines organic fruit juices, water and natural flavourings to provide simple and great tasting drinks that your kids will love. Giving Mums and Dads peace of mind, HONEST® Kids contain no added sugar, are low-calorie and sweetened only with fruit juice. Available in three delicious flavours, Appley Ever After, Berry Berry Good and Twisted Tropical Punch, the organic HONEST® Kids range was inspired by parents diluting juice at home with water and therefore contains just fruit juices, filtered water and natural flavours to keep children’s playtime refreshing and fun.


Containing blackberries and blackcurrants, Berry Berry Good tastes like fresh berries picked on a family afternoon walk. The exotic flavours of Twisted Tropical Punch brings mangoes and oranges to life in a burst of fruity freshness. While Appley Ever After, made with organic apple juice, will bring back children’s fond memories of apple picking on a crisp autumn day.


Mums and Dads will love the handy sports caps which will prevent spillages whether the kids are playing in the garden or out in the playground. Perfect to pop in the kids’ lunchboxes or for Mum to slip into her handbag, the conveniently-sized 200ml bottles make it easy for parents to let kids enjoy an organic, thirst-quenching drink wherever they are.

The idea for HONEST® Kids, America’s number one organic kids juice drink, came from Seth and Barry’s kids, the founders of America’s favourite herbal tea brand HONEST®. Inspired by their parents’ creation, the kids wanted their own fruit juice drinks that they could enjoy while their parents drank their HONEST® teas. Adapted slightly for the British palate, the three HONEST® Kids flavours are all certified organic by the Soil Association and have a deliciously refreshing taste.


Noah really enjoyed trying these new drinks and says the apple flavour is his favourite. We've actually packed a couple to take on our picnic this afternoon. The HONEST® Kids range* of organic fruit drinks are now available in selected Tesco, Morrisons, Asda, Waitrose and Sainsbury’s stores nationwide. The Manufacturers suggested selling price for a 6 x 200 ml pack of HONEST® Kids is £3.29. You can check
the website for more details.

Honest Organic Kids Drinks Hamper

Terms & Conditions.         
1. There will be 1 winner who will the prize mentioned above.
2. Prize sent directly by the PR. 
3. Competition ends 13/05/18.
4. Incomplete entries with be disqualified.
5. UK entries only.

111 comments:

  1. Refreshing Raspberry.

    Rachel Craig

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  2. Kiwi and strawberry.

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  3. Rhubarb and Lychee's would be amazing

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  4. I do like a good old fashioned orange and pineapple drink

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  5. Margaret Clarkson
    Apricot and Peach

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  6. Elderflower would be lovely....

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  7. Rhubarb and Apple would be delicious for me

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  8. I think that an elderflower one would be delicious and refreshing.

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  9. Raspberry and cherry combine would be a lovely flavour!

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  10. I would love to see strawberry and apple

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  11. Strawberry and Lime x

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  12. Lemon and lime flavour

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  13. I'd like some kind of peach and strawberry!

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  14. Gooseberries.... there is never anything with this flavour, it would make a change.

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  15. Apricot and peach would be lovely

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  16. Pineapple and coconut or mango

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  17. Cherry juice would be lovely chilled for summer!

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  18. Mango would be lovely!

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  19. Blueberry & Blackberry would be tasty!

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  20. Orange and pineapple.

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  21. Lynsey Buchanan18 April 2018 at 01:01

    Pineapple and Grapefruit

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  22. How about lime & mint for a refreshing summer drink?

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  23. Maybe a peach one

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  24. something with pineapple would be lovely

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  25. I think watermelon would be nice.

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  26. I think my Gg daughter would love these drinks,she drinks a lot of juice likes a cup of tea now and again usually when we are having tea and biscuits, so sh comes and joins us, until the biscuits have gone. I wouldnt change her for the world, she starts school in September just for the mornings, she will be just 3. Its young isn't it really. Mind you her mum does a lot of crafts and things with her she likes colouring, an writing her name, she can hold a pencil correctlyas that is expected of them that and holding scissors.

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  27. I would love to see mango, kiwi and lime

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  28. Any type of mixed berries would be lovely - especially cranberries

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  29. Raspberry or a mix of berries would be lovely.

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  30. A melon flavour, it the eldest grandsons favourite fruit

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  31. I think the kiwi would be nice, and as long as they are not full of sugar, in an ideal world the young children learn to drink water, we use to have them little Dinky bottles for cooled boiled water. which is good for the children. I always say usually Mum knows best, she knows what she wants her child to have.

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  32. A blueberry flavour would be lovely. It's so good to see sugar free drinks made with natural flavourings.

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  33. Mango and passion fruit :)

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  34. Theresa Thomas12 May 2018 at 14:42

    Strawberry and raspberry.

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  35. Oh how lovely!

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  36. something with a mild mint hint to it might be refreshing

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  37. Olivia Canolle12 May 2018 at 21:11

    Coconut mango would be lovely

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  38. raspberry and mint would be lush xxx

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  39. I’d love to see a cranberry flavour next!

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  40. Winter berry would be tasty!

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  41. Watermelon flavour would be great but any melon flavour would be good

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  42. I'd like to see a plum flavoured drink next

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  43. A barley lemon type would be fab I think :)

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  44. my kids love eldeflower drinks

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