Sneaky fruit
Somehow juice in a box is just that much more appealing to kids. Or try some of these sneaky fruit recipes.

It’s important to teach your child good habits from an early age – healthy eating and recycling are two very important factors.

Many children don’t like eating real fruit, so a 100% fruit juice can replace two of the four daily fruit recommended servings. A convenient 200ml juice box is perfect for school lunchboxes or sports bags and a great way to give your child a daily dose of fruit.

Long-life fruit juice contains no preservatives, colourants, flavourants or added sugar and is rich in Vitamin C, making it 100% natural and one of the best beverage choices for children. Furthermore, Tetra Pak packaging is environmentally friendly because it has a very low carbon footprint and is 100% recyclable.

Try these recipes to increase your child’s daily intake of fruit in a fun way:

• Replace the liquid content in muffin dough with fruit juice.
• Replace the water content of jelly with your favourite flavour of fruit juice. Get the kids to make their own unique flavour combinations and pour into individual moulds.
• Make ice-lollies from fruit juice for a healthy and yummy alternative to sugar-laden treats. A great idea for birthday parties!
• Make a fruit punch for the warm summer days by mixing fruit juice with lots of ice and add some chopped fruit for colour and variation.

Got any clever sneaky fruit tricks? Add below.

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