Voots Veggie Fruit Tarts, 45 Count
- Single Pack contains 45 count
- Voots Veggie Fruit tarts contain the Vitamin C antioxidant power of 3 servings of fruits and vegetables*
- Real berries, apples, carrots and many more fruits and vegetables are dried, crushed, blended with Vitamin C and other ingredients to make Voots Veggie Fruit Tarts
- No artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives
- Give your kids an antioxidant boost with Voots Veggie Fruit Tarts. Voots Veggie Fruit Tarts are supplements for kids that provide the Vitamin C Antioxidant power of three servings of fruits and vegetables in just two berry flavored chewable tarts.
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Top Customer Reviews
So I tried the next pack myself and thought she was crazy. But then again, I've always liked tart flavors. Sweet tarts, Smarties... that's the kind of flavor you're getting here.
I thought it was a great idea to help us both get some more fruits and veggies in our diet, but was disappointed when I read the label... despite the big banner on front telling you that you're getting the antioxidant power of 3 servings of fruits and veggies, the disclaimers tell you that what you're actually getting are the antioxidants present in three servings of fruits and veggies, *IF* those fruits and veggies are green beans, watermelon, and squash.
Well, I don't know a whole lot about antioxidant values, so I went ahead and researched them. You can, too, by looking up ORAC values. ORAC stands for Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity, and it shows the antioxidant potential of lots of different types of foods.
So I checked the values, and guess what? All three of those particular foods have low ORAC scores-- low antioxidant qualities. Here's how their three scored:
-Green beans (1 cup): 800
Notice that not one of those scores over 1000, and two of them are flat-out pathetic. 142 and 180 are practically nonexistent scores, comparatively speaking.Read more ›
I wouldn't mind more of a complex flavor, myself. But since these are intended mainly for children, I realize it's not about what I like. :)
The pills are circular and flattish, at about in inch across, with a thick rim. They are light pink with speckles of darker pink and purple, and come two to a sealed package. Each package of two is considered one serving for children. An adult serving is either one of two packages (2-4 tablets). 14 packages are included in the box.
I like the idea of these: it's packed with antioxidants from fruit and veggies, has 100% of the FDA on Vitamin C, and contains no food coloring, preservatives, or artificial flavors.
If you can't eat well every day, these will be better than just giving up and having fast food. I expect kids love them.
For me, I put the packs in my purse for days when I am on the run and know I won't be eating so well. It's like having those Emergen-C packets around.
Like father, like son. :)
Unfortunately, for the first 30 years of my life I didn't eat fruits and vegetables. Again, my son is just like me (only younger), so I was hoping that this product would give me an opportunity to sneak some fruits and veggies in.
Lately, my son has been willing to try different vitamins and supplements. So I crossed my fingers, prayed, and of course did NOT tell him exactly what was in it.
He took a few bites. In fact, he chewed the whole thing up and swallowed it. I was proud of him, considering the look on his face was somewhat akin to total disgust.
Needless to say, I won't be giving him these again.
Initially, I planned to try them myself also so I could write a fair review. After seeing his response, I had my hesitations. Then I figured: What's the worst that can happen?
So I tried them. And as an adult, I didn't find them all that bad. Yes, they were quite tart. I'm okay with tart. Clearly my son isn't.
As far as ingredients go, I don't like that there's a lot of preservatives in it like magnesium stearate. I'd prefer supplements that are closer to pure nature. After all, this is supposed to be fruits and veggies right? Natural, right? Get all the un-natural junk out of there.
Granted, I know part of that are sugar substitutes trying to keep the sugar low and the sweetness high. But really - it was so tart that sweetness is totally irrelevant.
Long story short:
If your kid doesn't eat much fruits or veggies - AND likes tart flavors -- then these will probably go over quite well. If your kid doesn't like tart, don't waste your money.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I tried these before giving them to my kids. They tasted absolutely horrible. My kids tried one and spit them out.Published 19 months ago by Jennifer Boyce Benton
This is not a regular vitamin. It is a "vitamin" that is loaded with lots of helpings of fruits and veggies. This is FANTASTIC! I love it! Read morePublished 19 months ago by Amazon Customer
Had to find but good. My kids loves them and it works better than fiber for them. Fast service. I am truly happy with this purchasePublished 20 months ago by swtandsassy07
I give this to my kids everyday. Helps them not get sick in this cold weather. Great source of Vitamin CPublished on December 23, 2013 by Al
My daughter has been using this product before it's gone in the market because it clears her skin and makes it look so healthy. She's over 20 y. Read morePublished on August 10, 2013 by Tootles
If your kids aren't getting all of the nutrients they need through meals and these are the only supplement they will take, then it's probably worth the cost. Read morePublished on June 26, 2013 by Cricket
These Voots Veggie Fruit Tarts are probably quite good for you and your kids, but if they don't taste good no one will eat them. Read morePublished on June 24, 2013 by C. Hill
My 3 year old daughter loves these Voots Veggie Fruit Tarts, because she thinks they are candy. I tried one myself, and it tasted a lot like an extra sour Sweet Tart. Read morePublished on June 22, 2013 by Shopaholic