My kids absolutely love fruit snacks, especially my younger ones. Whenever they want a snack, I trust fruit snacks the most. We have tried so many types of fruit snacks and it seems right now Welch’s is their favorite. We got to try three different kinds; cherry with yogurt, cherries and berries, and strawberry. I gave my two boys the cherry and yogurt ones and if I didn’t take the box away, I’m pretty sure they would have eaten the entire box.
My oldest daughter and I decided to make a drink out of the cherries and berries one so we put a few in an ice tray in water to freeze them like an ice cube. Once they were frozen, we put sprite in a cup, put some fruit snacks in and then we put the ice cubes in. We started drinking it and once the fruit snacks started to soak up the sprite a little, the drink started to taste like berries which we loved. My daughter already wants to do the same thing with the strawberry. I love all of Welch’s products so getting these fruit snacks, especially the fruit and yogurt ones, got me so excited. I know I’m going to get more of these for my kids and even myself.
About taken from website: At the heart of Welch’s are about 1,000 family farmers who make everything possible. It’s our farmer’s dedication to growing the best Concord and Niagara grapes that’s allowed us to provide families with the delicious juices, jams and jellies they’ve loved for years.Our story began over 140 years ago, when Thomas Bramwell Welch decided to serve grape juice instead of wine at his church. Welch was the first to pasteurize bottled fruit juice using Concord grapes, paving the way for a future industry. After its debut at the Chicago World’s Fair in 1893, Welch’s Grape Juice went on to become the national family favorite it is today.
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