'Fruity' claims: some children's lunchbox drinks get low health scores - DutchNews.nl
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They might have names like ‘juicy’ but some fruit drinks aimed at children have more than four sugar cubes of sweetener per portion, according to a study by consumer group the Consumentenbond. The body tested 30 different fruit drinks aimed at lunchboxes, giving them all a ‘nutri’ score, rating their levels of sugar, salt, fruit, fibre and calories. Mostly the drinks scored a ‘C’ rating. Albert Heijn’s multivitamin with orange fruit drink and the Wicky sugarless drink both did better,…