Mott’s make apple juice, and it’s juice that I grew up on. It had vitamins and tasted great, and it was always a treat when my mom would pour me a glass. Of course I give my kids lots of juice too, because they play a lot, become dehyrated, and are often thirsty. I carry little juice boxes with me everywhere I go.
Mott’s still makes tasty apple juice, and my sons especially love their fruit punch (they ask for it every day now), but today Mott’s knows parents are concerned about the amount of sugar in drinks they give to their kids, so they created Mott’s for Tots, with 40% less sugar than Mott’s 100% apple juice, and with vitamins A, C, & E. It’s geared toward nurturing the potential in toddlers, with the same great taste and less sugar.
My kids love juice, and like all parents I want them to be well-hydrated, and drink beverages with vitamins. Mott’s for Tots was developed with the unique nutritional needs of tots in mind. How many times have we diluted the juice we hand our children so it’s not too sweet? We also dilute the amount of vitamins, so now Mott’s for Tots has diluted the juice for moms, but still provides the nutrients.
Mott’s for Tots comes in tetra-paks so you can grab a few to take to the park, on a long drive, on the way to school, anywhere. I can just pop them into my purse and when my children tell me they’re thirsty, I can easily hand a juice box over. Mott’s for Tots also comes in two quarts bottles so I can keep some in the fridge, nice and cold, for whenever anyone wants a glass. Now that the summer is here, a refreshing cup of juice is especially welcome!
*Mott’s Fruit Punch Rush and Wild Grape Surge have 15g sugar and the market average of 100% fruit juices and blends have 25g sugar.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Motts for Tots via Burst Media. The opinions and text are all mine.