Waterlicious flavoured water contains fibre along with essential vitamins for healthy growth and development of strong bodies, including B3, B5, B6 and B12. In contrast to the high-fructose corn syrup and artificial sweeteners found in other children’s soda and juice products, Waterlicious contains crystalline fructose, a natural fruit sugar that’s slow to absorb and doesn’t adversely affect blood sugar levels.
The flavours featured within the range include berry, apple, peach, lemon, pineapple, grape, watermelon, cherry and strawberry banana.
Lincoln Lawson, CEO of Waterlicious, said: “We’re delighted to announce the launch of Waterlicious, a healthy and fun line of flavoured water that provides children with the taste they love and the nutritional value parents demand. Waterlicious is the first flavoured water for kids that’s fibre-enhanced, formulated especially to address hydration and child obesity issues.”
The company has previously launched Agualicious – a vitamin- and fibre-enhanced flavoured water aimed at Latino children in the US. Another line called Pediatric Water is reportedly at an advanced stage of development.
Source: Waterlicious Inc
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