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A nutritional powerhouse that combines 31 rainbow colored fruits and vegetables in a delicious chocolate drink powder. Mix with milk or water. One serving gives you the antioxidant equivalent of 3 servings of fruits and vegetables.
A nutritional powerhouse that combines fruits and vegetables in a delicious chocolate drink powder. The great taste and premium quality has earned the reputation as the kids and parents favorite! One 6 gram serving has the antioxidant equivalent of 3 servings of fruits and vegetables* Only 1 gram of sugar per serving Supports cognitive and physical growth Whole food source of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals Excellent source of Beta Carotene, Thiamin (B-1), Vitamin K Good source of Vitamin C, Iron, Rioboflavin (B-2), Folic Acid Supports a strong immune system All natural ' no artificial colors, flavors, fillers or other unnecessary stuff Non dairy, Gluten free, Decaffeinated, Non-GMO, Vegan Certified Organic * Antioxidant value determined by an independent ORAC analysis (Oxygen Radical Absorption Capacity)
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little packet of goodness
By: Jessica Lee from Chicago, PA US on December 31, 2009
"I thought for the nutritional value of this superfood, the taste was as good as it can get. It's not super chocolate-y but was definitely still good. I added this powder to some greek yogurt with sliced bananas and I honestly thought I was eating dessert!"
Kidz Super Food
By: Amy from West Mifflin, PA US on January 18, 2011
"My son does not like it plain in milk or water. But he will drink it mixed into chocolate milk..I myself have mixed this with greek and vanilla yogurt and it was delicious..Especially when you are craving something sweet!"
By: McNeill42 from Vancouver , BC CA on January 13, 2013
"Our children, ages 10 and 12, loved this drink on first try. We serve it with milk in a shaker bottle and it helps fuel their day. Tastes great! The key is to drink it right away as with most healthy things, it has a tendency to separate and will need to either be shaken or stirred again. An overall excellent product! "
Best Purchase for my 3 kiddos
By: Jessie Barbee from Locust, NC US on July 5, 2013
"I make my 3 children a smoothie every day using the Amazing Grass (Chocolate Flavor). They love it so much and if they spend the night away, I have to pack it with them!! Thank you Amazing Grass ,for helping parents like me, make sure our kids get the nurtition they need!"
Why silicon dioxide
By: kendra from Moreno Valley, CA US on March 1, 2011
"I just read the ingredients in the kidz superfood product and I find it surprising that a product that promotes organic ingredients has silicon dioxide in it. Can you tell me why this ingredient is in your products and what are the health affects if a child or an adult for that matter use this products for a prolonged amount of time. Thank you. FROM AMAZING GRASS: The silicon dioxide is in there as a flow agent to help prevent clumping. We use a high quality organic compliant food grade. It is elemental and only a small amount is used. Silicon Dioxide (or silica is common in many foods). It is considered perfectly safe GRAS certified and no known side effects. Our kidz superfood is enjoyed daily by our own kids."
My Picky eater loves this!
By: Tasha, CA US on May 12, 2011
"Thanks for offering something that helps me, as a mother, feel satisfied that my son is getting his fruits & veggies! He is such a picky eater that he would only eat ONE green and no other veggies, he does eat more fruits but not everything. He lives on Grilled Cheeses & Hot Dogs, will NOT eat anything else. He loves his "chocolate milk""
My son loves it
By: Danielle, CA US on February 7, 2009
"My son will not eat any vegetables. He gags whenever we get him to try some. But he loves this stuff to the point where he will grab the container and eat a spoonful of the powder. I also use it to bake with and sprinkle it on ice cream."
Kidz Super Food
By: E Henderson, CA US on July 23, 2008