Monday, July 1, 2013

Voots Veggie- Fruit Tarts Supplemental Vitamin C *Review

Voots offers a vitamin supplement for kids that provides 60 mg of Vitamin C per serving. This is equivalent to 3 servings of fruits and veggies.
*Voots contains 11 different fruits and veggies. Which ones do you think?? (see answer at the end of the post)
Some children have an aversion to fruits and vegetables. Voots is here to help you get the recommended daily allowance for your child, without taking away their need to eat fresh fruits and veggies.
It is recommended to have 2 tarts a day for ages 4-12.

I have typically shy ed away from candy like vitamins, for fear that my kids wouldn't understand that you don't eat these like you would candy. Now that my youngest is 5 we are able to venture a bit into the tarts or gummy vitamins as he understands he only gets one packet a day. I love how they are measured out in an easy dispensing container.

We loved the taste of the Voots! I enjoy a packet myself to boost my vitamin C intake!

Even better yet, there are no artificial flavors, colors of preservatives in Voots! Natural vitamin C impact!

The only thing I wish is that we could get some more vitamins in Voots somehow! Not just the vitamin C, but the other multi vitamins that my kids struggle to take. The love the taste of Voots and I love that they are at least getting a boost of Vitamin C, especially when we are around germs out and about.

Mav enjoyed his special treats from Voots! He loves wearing his fruit and veggie filled t-shirt, sharing his healthy eating habits with friends! Add to that his super cool lunch bag and we are set for a day at the park to share healthy eating with everyone!

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*Voots Veggie-Fruit Tarts are made with a blend of 11 different fruits and vegetables including: cranberries, strawberries, raspberries, apples, carrots, oranges, blueberries, prunes, green beans, zucchini, and sweet potatoes.


  1. Wow, these sound great. I love that there are no artificial flavors, colors or preservatives in them. I used to suck on Vitamin C drops but they were contributing to my bad teeth, so I stopped. We could definitely use a boost in Vit C. Though I wish there were other vitamins in them as well.
    Thanks for sharing.

  2. Sound like a good source of vitamin C, and I love that you know what fruits they are relevant to. It's important to teach kids about getting their nutrients through food and vitamins. I like that they pack such a punch of vitamin C...get for immunity.
    Sherry Compton