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(10 Posts)
LizzyP1 Thu 13-Jun-13 21:19:06

Why is ribena only suitable for over 3's? Ta.

Sirzy Thu 13-Jun-13 21:20:51

Probably because it is so high in sugar.

littone Thu 13-Jun-13 22:08:09

The sugar!

LoveSewingBee Thu 13-Jun-13 22:32:10

Very high in sugar.

LizzyP1 Sat 15-Jun-13 10:34:47

Thank you all. That's what I thought.

MrsCosmopilite Sat 15-Jun-13 10:35:52

I've given it to DD (2.6) on the odd occasion, but only when VERY diluted.

Ra88 Sat 15-Jun-13 10:38:01

my mom found this out when my niece was about 2.. ended up being splattered all over her back seat in the car !

LizzyP1 Sat 15-Jun-13 21:18:27

Thank you all for your replies. I've given it to my children on the odd occasion because they have seen me drinking it, and want some of mummy's drink. I love the strawberry flavour. What are your childrens favourite drinks? ?

MrsCosmopilite Sat 15-Jun-13 22:40:18

She's tried tea, various juices and a few diluted squashes. Her favourites are
1. Water
2. Milk
3. Diluted pure orange juice

LizzyP1 Sun 16-Jun-13 14:21:53

Mrscosmopilite. I wish mine would drink milk. They have it on cereal and have yogurt and cheeses but will not drink milk.

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