Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Welch’s Purple Grape Light Juice Drink

If you’re looking for an alternative drink to regular fruit juice, you might like to try Welch’s Purple Grape Light. Not only is it lower in calories than fruit juice, it’s rich in the beneficial antioxidants which are associated with purple grapes.

You may have heard that red wine possesses some health benefits including helping to maintain blood pressure and reducing cholesterol. Well, those same benefits can be found in purple grape juice. Welch’s Purple Grape Light also has the approval of Heart UK, the cholesterol charity.

As described on the carton: “Welch’s Purple Grape ‘Light’ is blended using anti-oxidant rich American Concord grapes from Welch’s own Vineyards, but is lower in sugar so you can now experience the delicious taste of Purple Grape with less than half the calories.”

You can find Welch’s Purple Grape Light in branches of Tesco in the long life section.

Nutritional Information: Per 100ml: 27 calories, 0.2g protein, 6.1g carbohydrates, 6.1g sugar, trace fat, 0g saturates, trace fibre, trace sodium, 30mg vitamin C.


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