This strawberry smoothie has 30% less sugar than the leading brand, without compromising on taste.
Fertile soils, fresh Atlantic air and copious amounts of sunshine come together to create the perfect growing conditions for our juicy strawberries and delicate raspberries in Andalusia, Southern Spain to create this berry delicious recipe.
Our strawberries are handpicked at their prime every 4 days rather than the usual 7 for a more consistent taste. The love and care we take in growing our raspberry crops produces raspberries that are sweet, soft with velvet like skin and visually appealing in colour.
We’ve added some coconut water for a burst of refreshment and creamy banana for a source of potassium, but never add sugar or artificial ingredients – who needs them when fruit and veg taste this good?
34% Organic Apples
22% Organic Strawberries
21% Organic Bananas
10% Organic Coconut Water
9% Organic Raspberries
4% Organic Quinoa Flour
Typical values per 100g:
"The strawberry smash smoothie is packed with 4 different types of fruit: apples, strawberries, raspberries and banana which offer essential vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin C, Potassium and Zinc. What is really interesting is that we are all born with an innate preference for sweet foods, which is why fruit is something we all love and enjoy from an early age. Smoothies are fantastic, but smoothie bowls can be even more delicious! You can top with a variety of different fruits like kiwi and orange, which contain Vitamin C and this aids the absorption of any iron in fortified porridge to add iron to the meal." - Rhiannon.
What makes this product special?
30% Less Sugar
This Strawberry Smash Smoothie contains 30% less sugar on average than the market leader.
We only put the best ingredients possible into our snacks to ensure your little gastronome is never filling up on empty calories.
In this pouch you'll find Spanish strawberries
Strawberries are a sensitive bunch and only the most experienced farmers can grow them organically. Our farmers pick our strawberries at their prime every four days, rather than the usual seven, for a more consistent taste, full of flavour.