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Tropical Aloe Vera Strawberry Drink 350ml
Tropical Aloe Vera Strawberry Drink 350ml
Tropical Aloe Vera Strawberry Drink 350ml
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Tropical Aloe Vera Strawberry Drink 350ml

Pack size : 350ml

LBP 30000.00(Inc. VAT)

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Experience the power of aloe vera that is both incredibly potent and soothing to your body, and has an abundance of wholesome benefits.
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DESCRIPTION

Tropical Aloe Vera Strawberry Drink is a refreshing drink, packed with antioxidants and the goodness of aloe vera pulp. Experience the power of aloe vera that is both incredibly potent and soothing to your body, and has an abundance of wholesome benefits.

Nutrition facts

Size
350ML
Per100Energyinkcal
13.76g
Per100EnergyinkJ
13.75g
Per100Protein
53kcal
Per100Carbohydrates
Average Nutritional Value As Per 100ml
Per100Fat
2mg
Additives
Liquid
Sub Type
Beverage
Form
Strawberry
Flavour
221kJ

*Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calaries needs

INFORMATION

Ingredients

Water Strawberry Concentrate Sugar Acidity Regulator(Ins 330)Preservatives (Ins 211 & 202)Stabilizer (Ins 415) Permitted Synthetic Food Colours(129) Added Strawberry Flavour.

Allergy Information

Keep refrigerated.

Storage Condition

Taiwan

Preparation and usage

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Brand Message

Tropical was established 20 years ago as a Canadian Juice Producer and is proudly a family run business. Mark was born and raised in St. Kitts and Nevis, two very small sister islands in the Caribbean. He moved to Canada with his family when he was 10 years old and growing up he always felt like a piece of his home was missing, especially in the cold Canadian winters. After living in Canada for 20 years, he saw a huge gap in the beverage industry