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Suitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||When Diluted as Directed Per 100ml||When Diluted as Directed Per 250ml Serving|
|of which saturates||trace||trace|
|of which sugars||0.2g||0.6g|
Suitable for Vegetarians
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (31)
Horrified to see that this contains aspartame
shocked that waitrose is using aspartame in drinks - feeling bad that I have been giving this to my children and hadn't checked the label. Will never buy this again
Best orange squash
Best orange squash, both among Ed supermarkets own and brands like Robinson. Tastes like orange juice, rather than artificial orange water
Have the ingredients changed or quality issues?
This was my favourite squash by far but the last few bottles have definitely changed for the worse and I don't like the taste at all. My husband asked if they were all past their sell by but this is 2020. I thought perhaps the first bottle had maybe just got contaminated with the orange and pineapple line but as this is the third bottle. Not sure if I'll be buying this again.
Why are waitrise STILL using aspartame??? .. Its a cheap and nasty ingredient. Lots of children are allergic to it and it's derived from a chemical called Agent orange 7 which was used in chemical warfare in the Vietnam War!!.. Its being linked to diabetes and its only being used these days by CHEAP AND NASTY drink companies in CHEAP squash, as you would buy from a cash and carry. sainsburys stopped using it years ago. And now even Tesco have stopped putting it in their own brand drinks. Waitrose, You are a HIGH END grocery store. Please Act like it! This is NOT a high end ingredient. Forced to give one star. Wanted to give 0.
taste so good
It has such a strong orange taste. My family love this squash and I wont be changing anytime soon.
Oddest tasting fruit ever
This tasted odd to me so I think I'll stick to Robinsons which is less 'chemical'.