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Want to test Swisse Me Ready-to-Drink smoothies? Sign up here - 3 x £100 vouchers to be won

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LucyBMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 30-Mar-20 10:25:22

Recruitment for this product test is now closed

Swisse Me is looking for 120 MNers to test their ready-to-drink smoothies. This product test is open to all UK MNers who have at least one child.

Selected testers will be asked to test the smoothies in each of the following flavours:
- Spirulina Recharge Blend Smoothie
- Spinach Energy Blend Smoothie
- Pear Energy Blend Smoothie
- Berry Energy Blend Smoothie
- Mango Energy Blend Smoothie
- Beetroot Energy Blend Smoothie
- Ginger Energy Blend Smoothie
- Coffee Energy Blend Smoothie
- Quinoa Breakfast Blend Smoothie
- Chia Breakfast Blend Smoothie
- Cocoa Breakfast Blend Smoothie
- Coffee Date Breakfast Blend Smoothie

Here’s what Swisse Me has to say: “Swisse Me is a fresh new lifestyle nutrition brand offering healthy on-the-go snacks in the shape of super-convenient smoothies, exclusively available here. We offer a variety of ready-to-drink products with natural ingredients at their core. Superfoods, fruits, vegetables, protein, minerals… the list goes on. Plus, there are gluten-free and vegan options. For parents, we know nutrition is important. Healthy food and snacks will keep your tummy happy and your brain firing so you can continue being your best self.”

If selected, you’ll need to leave feedback for all 12 variants you are testing in a feedback survey that we will send to you and you’ll also need to leave a comment on a feedback thread on the Mumsnet site. All who leave their feedback in the feedback survey and on the MN feedback thread will be entered into a prize draw where three lucky testers will each win a £100 voucher for a store from their choice (from a list).

If you’d like to be a tester, please sign-up here.

Thanks and good luck!
MNHQ

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FloatOn Mon 30-Mar-20 15:41:21

These sound different and unusual. Would love a chance to try them.

MissBax Mon 30-Mar-20 16:09:08

Both me and my 2 year old daughter love smoothies, we'd both love to test these out!

biffyboom Mon 30-Mar-20 18:50:06

Done. A really interesting and varied list of flavours here.

wehaveafloater Tue 31-Mar-20 08:31:13

Well not much 'on the go' going on ... ie if we are all stuck at home.

StewPots Tue 31-Mar-20 09:40:49

Done.

Whatthecrepe Tue 31-Mar-20 11:03:36

Ooh yes I'd love this!

lolly2010 Tue 31-Mar-20 11:55:32

These sound yummy, done

aristocat Tue 31-Mar-20 15:37:52

Sound lovely. smile

Sami89 Tue 31-Mar-20 20:29:23

Sounds amazing! Have applied and would love to be chosen to test these with my family

Candyperfumegirl Wed 01-Apr-20 13:35:58

Done. Fingers crossed for this one!

peanutbear Wed 01-Apr-20 16:38:35

This is one I'd really like to try

CynthiaRothrock Wed 01-Apr-20 16:48:20

Done. I like the look of this one

Notwatchingtvtoday Wed 01-Apr-20 17:55:25

Yes please we love a smoothie

DiscordandRhyme Wed 01-Apr-20 23:14:21

Be worth a try to get some healthy smoothies into the kids - let's do it smile

HarryK Thu 02-Apr-20 09:09:16

Done. would love to try.

ProseccoandPizza Thu 02-Apr-20 10:45:21

Ooh signed up. Would love to try!

Nataliej2312 Thu 02-Apr-20 13:07:40

OMG these sound amazing. Right up my and my girls alley. Fingers crossed

HarryBob Thu 02-Apr-20 17:44:47

Always looking for new ways to get fruit and veg into my toddler (and my own diet!) Would love to give them a try.

claza93 Thu 02-Apr-20 19:22:14

Sound tasty! Love to try these out

jennymac31 Thu 02-Apr-20 21:54:40

Done.

Blondeshavemorefun Fri 03-Apr-20 14:44:11

My 3yr and I love smoothies

Tho not the coffee flavour but sure mr fiancé would like to try that

Love getting all nutrition in one drink

Eep14 Fri 03-Apr-20 14:44:45

I’d love a chance to try x

Jaderice21 Fri 03-Apr-20 17:20:43

great :D

florascotia2 Fri 03-Apr-20 18:16:39

Ye gods, Mumsnet. Smoothies are generally reckoned* to be a very questionable thing, yet here you are promoting them.

That's not my opinion - just look at this from the British Heart Foundation:
www.bhf.org.uk/informationsupport/heart-matters-magazine/nutrition/5-a-day/smoothies

And this from the BBC:
www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/3CyrhG6TX3gflJTNx29mtjp/are-smoothies-good-for-me

Even the "Daily Fail" asks questions:
www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3560697/Is-smoothie-making-FAT-homemade-healthy-smoothie-shouldn-t-contain.html

Also, to the company manufacturing them:
a) What have smoothies got to do with anything Swiss?
b) Why use an adjective as a noun? To "Swiss" anyone or anything is meaningless.
c) Adding an 'e' at the end of a word does not magically change its meaning or make it healthy.
d) Let's have some independently-validated contents lists published, please.

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