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MNer with a DC over 5? Sign up to try Robinsons New ‘Fruit Drop’ Home Delivery Service – win a £300 voucher! NOW CLOSED

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AmeliaMumsnet · 31/01/2017 17:20

Robinsons are looking for 100 Mumsnetters and their DCs to try out their brand new ‘Fruit Drop’ home delivery service. If you are a UK Mumsnetter with at least one child over the age of 5, click here to sign up to take part in this product test.

Here’s what Robinsons has to say: “It may surprise you to know that 72% of 5-12 year olds and 85% of UK adults do not drink the recommended 8 glasses of fluid. That’s why Robinsons is piloting a new service to help families across the country refresh, recharge and reset with a hit of real fruit in their water. Delivered straight to their door, ‘Fruit Drop’ will be bringing the UK’s favourite squash to homes across the country, helping families to enjoy more water with a variety of gulp-it-back real fruit flavour!”

Everyone who takes part will receive a crate containing three flavours of classic Robinsons Fruit Squash and three varieties of Squash’d (packs of super-concentrated portable squash). You will be required to try these out with your family to help you drink more water at home and on the move, and to leave your feedback on the ‘Fruit Drop’ home delivery service on a thread on Mumsnet.

Testers will also be asked to post pictures of their ‘Fruit Drop’ crates and their families enjoying the challenge of drinking more water on social media using the #enjoymorewater. Don’t worry if you’re not on social media though, as you can share your pictures on the feedback thread.

Everyone who leaves their feedback on the thread will also be entered into a prize draw where one Mumsnetter will win a £300 voucher of their choice (from a list).

Please sign up here if you’d like to take part.

Thanks and good luck!

MNHQ

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MNer with a DC over 5? Sign up to try Robinsons New ‘Fruit Drop’ Home Delivery Service – win a £300 voucher! NOW CLOSED
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LadyRivers1 · 31/01/2017 20:03

Done!

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ProseccoandPizza · 31/01/2017 20:37

Done Smile

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Nijnte2007 · 31/01/2017 21:59

applied! fingers crossed!

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leccybill · 31/01/2017 23:19

Done! Love Robinsons anyway!

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NoMudNoLotus · 01/02/2017 00:33

DoneSmile

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Mbear · 01/02/2017 08:27

Done!

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Pandamanda3 · 01/02/2017 10:19

All done! Dc is your biggest fan robinsons 😉 🍹

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BillyButtfuck · 01/02/2017 12:16

I'd love this for myself, I'm over 5 Grin

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Megansmumsie · 01/02/2017 20:42

Given this one a go, this is the first one i've signed up for! Should be interesting. :-)

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ScarlettDarling · 01/02/2017 22:24

Done! My dc would be so excited to receive a Robinsons crate!

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WheresLarry · 02/02/2017 00:06

Done. Sounds interesting.

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Moodykat · 02/02/2017 10:18

I can't drink Robinsons squash as am allergic to aspartame and it's in every single variation I believe!

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CombineBananaFister · 02/02/2017 12:58

Done. Be good to do this challenge seeing as we're all looking a bit pasty and pruney in our house from lack of fresh air/too much hibernating in the central heating. Be the kick up the bottom we need !! Grin

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ShugAvery1 · 02/02/2017 17:28

Done! This is something I always worry about, it's so hard to always drink as much as we should. Would be good to give this a go Smile

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columbine75 · 02/02/2017 18:59

Fab! We are trying to get Six to drink more.. this would be perfect.

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OFFFS · 02/02/2017 19:08

I don't get it.

It's not drinking water if you add something which has sugar/sweetener added to it. It's drinking squash.

As a delivery service, surely you just but a bottle of squash in your regular shop?

Honestly I just don't get it.

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BathshebaDarkstone · 02/02/2017 22:31

Done.

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roughtobuff · 03/02/2017 12:59

I've entered, fingers crossed!

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NiceToesNaughtyToes · 03/02/2017 15:43

Fingers crossed, thank you for the chance x

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ParadiseCity · 03/02/2017 16:52

I went off squash when I was pregnant and find it disgusting over a decade later... I don't really 'get it' either. Water and squash are two different things and I get all my groceries delivered. Good luck to all the applicants but in the words of Deborah Meadan, I'm out.Wink

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northernlites · 05/02/2017 07:57

Here's hoping for a fruitful drop!

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Sukitakeitoff · 05/02/2017 15:24

The recommendation is not to drink more squash Confused

Squash is either full of sugar or full of sweeteners. Or both.

It's misleading to suggest that squash is beneficial to children's health.

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Maria1001 · 06/02/2017 10:25

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Solo · 06/02/2017 11:02

I won't buy/drink or allow Dd to drink Robinson's squash drinks because of the aspartame in it, so for that reason...I'm out!

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Solo · 06/02/2017 11:05

Ha! Just read ParadiseCity said the same thing! Great dragons think alike eh?

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