7 September 2014

Review: Organix Fruit Shapes

I recently blogged about School Break Time Healthy Snacks and now there's another one I can add to this list. The lovely Organix Fruit Shapes. Organix kindly sent over a couple of packets for my son to try out and since we've been looking for healthy snacks I thought they were perfect for featuring on the blog.

Organix Fruit Shapes are just new to the shops and you can choose from either the Blackcurrant & Apple Fruit Stars (star shaped) or the Raspberry & Apple Fruit Moos (cow head shaped). Both look, smell and taste delicious and if it's anything to go by my sons reaction they must be good as he gobbled a packet of each within seconds!

All ingredients are natural and as healthy as possible too with no added nasties which I completely expect from the Organix Brand. As you can see from the image below there's no E numbers etc in these tasty treats and they're both also suitable for vegetarians and vegans which is nice for a change.

Ingredients for Fruit Stars (only);
Apple Juice Concentrate - 64%
Apple Puree Concentrate - 22%
Blackcurrant Puree - 12%
Gelling Agent (Pectin) - <1%
Rice Flower - <1%
Sunflower Oil - <1%

These little packets of flavour aren't just good for healthy school snacks, they're also great for taking out and about as an emergency snack for your toddler in case they get peckish when running errands with you. Or for example when we went swimming recently I took them along as a snack for after as Logan is always starving after swimming. I can tell you on behalf of Logan they were very much appreciated.

You'll find Organix Fruit Stars and Fruit Moos in Boots, Sainsbury's, Tesco and online at Ocado in a 12g packet with an RRP of 59p.  They are also available in multipacks of four in Asda with an RRP of £2.00.

Overall great little snacks and reasonable priced for the healthy element. My only niggle is that you don't get very many in the packet which is a shame. Logan was hoping he'd have more to munch on!

Mummies rating - 7/10
Logan's rating - 10/10

Please visit www.organix.com for more products and information. You can also see what Organix get up to on Facebook and Twitter so why not pop over and say hello. Remember to tell them The Breastest News sent you.

Organix sent me two packets of their fruit shapes in return for writing this little review. All opinions and words are my own.

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