…parents have a new way of providing their children with optimal nutrition and protective benefits… the only nutritionally complete drink that gives kids ages 1 through 13 the power of immune-strengthening probiotics plus complete, balanced nutrition…fortifies a child’s diet with 25 essential vitamins and minerals, seven grams of muscle-building protein, key antioxidants and 244 energy-packed calories.
BOOST Kid Essentials Drink can fill in nutritional gaps and help support the strong growth and healthy immune system every child deserves. As a refreshing treat or meal, BOOST Kid Essentials Drink can be part of a child’s daily diet.
“Parents can feel good knowing they are building the right health foundation for their children with this one-of-a-kind product,…”
What you need to know:
All of the above is great, but we’d like to know what’s in inside. Specifically – how do they get kids to like it.
Especially because the press release boasts:
does not contain high-fructose corn syrup
Ingredients: WATER, SUGAR, MALTODEXTRIN, FRUCTOSE,…
In fact, in an email response to our question, Nestle Consumer Services stated that an 8 fl oz (1 cup) serving contains 24 grams of sugars. That’s the equivalent of FIVE TEASPOONS of sugar!
Is this a sweet deal for parents?
At $2.50 a pop (a 6 pack costs $14.99 at Walgreens), this sounds more like expensive candy juice with a torrent of nutrients thrown in.
Can’t kids get their vitamins and minerals from real food?
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