Nurture Fruity Water Review

Nurture Fruity Water

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Nurture Fruity Water Review

This week Sylvia has been testing out a new product called Nurture Fruity Water. I have to be honest, the older my daughter gets the more aware I become of drinks which are not exactly healthy, full of sugar and additives. I want Sylvia to have healthy options which are also full of goodness so when the opportunity came to review the Nurture Fruity Water, we said yes.

Nurture Fruity Water

Sylvia was sent the Nurture Cherry and Strawberry Fruity water and the Nurture Orange and Pineapple Fruity water. Both drinks contain 45% juice and 55 % water. I think this is a good concentration. The drinks have no added nonsense and are full of Vitamins, Beta Glucans, Calcium, B6, B12, Folate and Zinc to name a few. This is a fantastic drink for children to support their immunity.

The Nurture Fruity range comes in 200ml packs and are free from Lactose, Gluten and Vegan Friendly. I think that’s really good for children who may have intolerances to certain products.

Sylvia really liked the drinks. She particularly liked the Orange and pineapple flavour the best and the drinks were gone before we knew it. Some products Sylvia does not like and we have to give an honest review. Testing out the Nurture drinks Sylvia gave them a thumbs up and said she would like them again.


I think the one ting I like about these drinks are that they are school approved and can be put in your child’s lunchbox. Unlike other types of juice thats really great that you can send a nutritious drink to school with your child.

That’s really good as my daughter can at time be really fussy with what she eats and drinks. I’m glad we got a chance to try these items and will be looking out for them to get some more. The Nurture range can be bought at Ocado, Whole Foods Market and Holland & Barrett.

Angela x


Disclosure: We were gifted the drinks for the purpose of this review


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