This post is sponsored by Ocean Spray. All comments and opinions are my own.
Have you had a chance to try NEW Ocean Spray® Growing Goodness™ Juice? If not, now is the perfect time to check it out. We have an Ibotta offer that will help you get any of the delicious varieties at a super price. Load the offer and you’ll earn a buck after cash back.
You can actually try all the flavors and save. The Ibotta offer can be redeemed up to FIVE times so you can stock up and save on juice that gives kids the taste they love PLUS the added health benefits that moms and dads have been searching for. These new juices are unlike anything else in the juice aisle.
Why not grab a package of new Cranberry Apple Peach. Your kids get great taste and because it offers a good source of fiber, it may help support digestive heath. A healthy digestive system keeps kids active and playful. Packed with Fiber, Vitamin C, and without any added sugar*, Ocean Spray® Growing Goodness™ Cranberry Apple Peach product keeps your kid’s belly happy so they can enjoy each day to the fullest.
As our kids grow up, a healthy immune system helps them stay at their best. Ocean Spray® Growing Goodness™ Cranberry Strawberry Kiwi may help support immune health with 130% Vitamin C. This is a juice that tastes great and also offers a boost of Zinc and more Vitamin C than a glass of OJ. So your kids get amazing flavor from a product that keeps their bodies happy and their spirits high.
Each variety is made with real fruit juice with no added sugar, no artificial colors and half the sugar of the leading kids juice drink. So it’s a juice that both parents AND kids can agree on.
My boys tried the juice and loved it. I tried it too and thought it was great. It’s not super sweet like some juices so you can actually taste the flavor of the juices…that’s a big win in my book. New Growing Goodness juice is something that you can feel good bringing home to your family.
Be sure to load your offer and save when you shop at Publix.
*As compared to a 6 fl. Oz. serving of OJ (based on the USDA food composition database)