As parents, we always want the best for our kids – that’s an undeniable fact. There are times, however, when the scale of “good” vs “convenient” can sometimes tip in the wrong direction, and let’s face it – we all hit that point. No matter how noble the intentions, nor how “perfect” we might try to be, a trip to the proverbial “dark side” can happen, so when new things enter our daily lives that help assist and accentuate what we’re trying to do, we appreciate it – and it’s little things, in this case, a juice drink. Sure, thinking of what kind of beverage to serve with a morning snack, a lunch break, or during outdoor play might not seem like a big deal, but when you go out of your way (and spend a premium price) to buy only organic fruits and such for the kids, why muck-up the vibe with some junky juice drink that’s probably loaded with stuff like high fructose corn syrup? Capri Sun Organic helps strike the perfect balance between what kids love, and what parents love to give them. It’s a certified USDA organic juice drink that also packs one full serving of fruit* in every convenient pouch.
Capri Sun Organic has no added sugar, no artificial colors or preservatives, and each pouch serves-up 100% of the recommended value of Vitamin C. There’s Fruit Punch, Tropical Punch, Apple and Grape, so there’s flavors for every taste, and a Capri Sun Organic pouch is the perfect part to a balanced lunch or snack.
The folks at Capri Sun Organic say that “their drink should be as organic as their play,” and I couldn’t agree more. Warmer temperatures are finally luring The Rock Daughters™ outside, but we also pack Capri Sun Organic into our oldest daughter’s backpack as part of her mid-morning snack at school. After-all, for a first grader, there’s still a lot of play to be had in-between all of that learning.
*Each pouch provides 1/2 cup fruit juice which is one serving of fruit according to the U.S. Dietary Guidelines.
THE ROCK FATHER was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls. The content and opinions expressed here are that of James Zahn.