The next time she had one I was determined that I would get some, so I opened it secretly myself, had a swig and was impressed immediately by how the drink was not 'strong' - the flavour was light and not in the least bit sugary, which is my main worry with these drinks. I worry about her teeth (as she's not always that co-operative when it comes to brushing them!) and so when she is allowed anything like squash or juice, I like to have a certain amount of control over how strong it is made. I now feel after trying this that I don't have any worries on that score with Peter Rabbit juices.
They're so useful for out and about occasions and I also tend to use these drinks as a kind of reward or treat as Isla really enjoys the experience of drinking from a vessel other than her baby cups!
Peter Rabbit Organics are a small, privately owned company who are passionate about providing parents with healthy, organic children's drinks and snacks with no added salt, sugar or artificial ingredients and I'm sure that this will appeal to most of us mums. They are available in the baby aisles from Sainsbury's, Waitrose, Asda and are priced at 55p each. I Heart Motherhood recommends!
In order to write this post we were sent a box of 3 small cartons of Peter Rabbit Organics Juice Drinks - my opinions are my own.