Tesco Cranberry Juice Drink Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Soft Drink
Description:Manufacturer: Tesco / Type: Fruit Juice
Newest Review: ... again in the bin . Cranberry juice has a very acerbic ,mouth drying effect,and for some reason this Tesco one is not that ... more
Customer Tesco Cranberry Juice Drink Reviews (7)
by - written on 22/04/09 (Very useful, 518 readings)
I like to start my day with a glass of fruit juice along with my breakfast. A glass of fruit juice counts as 1 of your 5 portions of fruit and vegetables that you should aim to eat each day. For many years I have always had orange juice but more recently have tried to vary my juice and try some new ones. One juice that I have discovered I like is Cranberry so I have been trying a few different varieties to see which I like best. This one I am reviewing today is the Tesco Cranberry Juice Drink. It is a cranberry juice drink made with cranberry juice from concentrate. It is found in the aisles with the soft drinks and is not in the chilled cabinet. However ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/06/09 (Very useful, 89 readings)
Healthier Lifestyle Part of my new year's resolutions this year was to have a healthier diet. One of my aims was to cut back on the amount of coke I had been drinking. Generally at that time I had been drinking a large class of coke each night with my dinner and sometime a can from the vending machine in work. In order to wean myself of the coke I decided to try switching to fruit juice. Where to buy and price I tend to mostly shop at Tesco and have by now tried nearly all of their varieties at least once. Cranberry juice was one of the last types I have tried and I am glad I saved one of the best to the end. The juice comes in a one ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/05/13 (Very useful, 92 readings)
I'm reviewing Tesco own brand cranberry juice drink. It comes in a 1litre carton and costs £1.10p. ______________________________________ ***WHY*** Well I suffer from IBS which is fairly under control,but when it does flare up I tend to get the occasional UTI in the aftermath. Use your imagination regarding why this happens, because I don't want to get too graphic. Anyway,having read that cranberry juice aids fighting UTIs I now tend to make sure I have some left in and as soon as an IBS attack kicks off I make sure to drink lots of this juice. Actually,my friend who is a nurse says you'd need to drink about 5 gallons a day for cranberry ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/02/11 (Very useful, 54 readings)
Having grown up with the notion that fruit juices are good for you - they're one of your five a day and they contain all that fruit, must be healthy right? - I was once a big fruit juice drinker. Now, with the realisation that a lot of these fruit juices contain frightening levels of sugar that would have my dentist wincing merely at the thought, I am a little more sparing in my guzzling. From time to time though, I do like a glass of fruit juice and still maintain that, in moderation (as with most things!), it does do me some good. Cranberry is a particular favourite of mine as it has the added benefit that it keeps my own waterworks in good health (it is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/01/10 (Very useful, 92 readings)
I recently purchased this as an alternative to the more costly cranberry juices on the market, as it is only 86p per litre, opposed to the leading branded competition costing £1.06 per litre. Sadly, I did not have the opporunity to read the box in the supermarket, and was disappointed to find that there are no real cranberries in the drink, but it is made from concentrate. The ingredients are as follows: Water, Glucose syrup, Branberry juice from concentrate (only 10%!!!), sugar, malic acid, colour, natural flavouring and vitamin c. That is a hell of a lot of sugar (34% of recommended GDA)!!!. Now I'm no dietician, but a ... Read the complete review
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