When the marketeers of True Blue Blueberry juice asked me to try their product, I was excited. I love blueberries! But "the boy"? Not so keen on the taste.
What did he think of True Blue juice? In one word, "Yummy".
According to True Blue's website, "each glass of TrueBlue contains as much juice as 1/2 cup fresh blueberries. TrueBlue has 25% fewer calories per serving." The juice is lightly sweetened with cane sugar -- not high fructose corn syrup which is linked to obesity.
Since we received several 64 ounce bottles of True Blue Blueberry juice, we decided to share the wealth. Overall, the product was well received. Here are a few thoughts from busy moms:
"I thought the juice had a nice blend of flavors...the blueberry taste wasn't overwhelming and wasn't sugary. I thought it was refreshing and didn't leave an aftertaste, which I find with some juices." -- Bunko Babe Stacey.
"Product taste was good however my kids continue to ask for apple juice since it is such a staple item; I (mommy) drank the blueberry juice. Boys seemed to enjoy it if I gave it to them without offering a choice of apple juice." -- Bunko babe Traci.
"My kids loved it. This was a big treat for them. I rarely let them have juice or soda because that's too much sugar." -- my sister Linda.
Seth really loved the product. In fact, he asks for "that yummy purple stuff" several times a week. But he's not the only fan in our house. I joked with a few people about how I liked the juice so much, I'd love use it to create some cool cocktails. But in perusing the website, I see someone is one step ahead of me.
True Blue Blueberry juice can currently be found in Dillon, Krogers and Shop and Save in Missouri. Suggested retail price is $3.99 for a 64oz bottle. But if you go to this website, you can get a $1.00 off coupon!