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Suitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||Per 100 ml||Per Portion 330 ml||% RI* Per 330 ml|
|Energy||87 kJ||286 kJ|
|20 kcal||67 kcal||3%|
|Fat||0 g||0 g||0%|
|of which saturates||0 g||0 g||0%|
|Carbohydrate||4,7 g||15,5 g||6%|
|of which sugars||4,7 g||15,5 g||17%|
|Fibre||0 g||0 g||-|
|Protein||0,1 g||0,4 g||1%|
|Salt||0 g||0 g||0%|
|*Reference Intake of an average adult (8400 kJ/2000 kcal)|
|Pack contains 6 portions|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (41)
so sad they have changed this...wont be buying anymore.
Another Recipe Change Fail
Imagine charging such a hefty premium for a product that is full of artificial sweetener. Big fail. Will never buy again.
why change it
Tastes awful now..... my weekly Friday treat ruined.... back to orangina for me so gutted
A favourite, now ruined
Such a shame. Like the many other reviewers recently I was so disappointed to find that the "new recipe" has ruined one of my absolute favourites. What was the ideal hot weather refresher has now become a sickly, watery, artificial disappointment. Thank goodness for "Rocks" brand orange squash, still made with proper sugar, for now at least.
Gone the way of my other favourite drink, Ribena
I like a soft drink occasionally when I get back from the gym or a long day at work. I used to opt for Ribena until they ruined it by removing half the sugar and adding sweetener. San Pellegrino was my next choice. A good, Italian product which would never succumb to the sugar tax, I thought. Wrong. It tastes just like Fanta now but at double the price. Another drink ruined which I won't be buying anymore. From the sounds of it I'm not the only one.
Would rather pay more for the original taste
They've changed the recipe to avoid the sugar tax and ruined it. Now it tastes like cheap fizzy orange. I would rather pay more to have the old taste back.