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Kool Aid Bursts Tropical Punch 200ml (6.75 fl.oz)

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If you or your child are craving for that flavoured juice, then Kool aid bursts tropical punch is what you need!

This is perfect for school runs or to take away on a trip, especially if your child is wanting that little energy and sweetness.

  • Sweet and delicious
  • Contains 75% less total sugar than leading regular soda
  • Enjoy a delicious drink at home, on adventures or pack in your kids school lunches
  • Perfect size to fit in lunchboxes or in your pocket!


High Fructose Corn Syrup, Contains Less Than 2% of Natural and Artificial Flavor, Sucralose (Sweetener), Citric Acid (For Tartness), Gum Arabic, Glycerol Ester of Wood Rosin, Red 40, Sodium Benzoate and Potassium Sorbate (to Preserve Freshness), Calcium Disodium Edta (to Protect Flavor).

Nutritional Information:

Per 200ml Per 100ml % of RI per


Energy (KJ) 83.68 41.84 0%
Energy (Kcal) 20 10.00 1%
Fat (g) 0 0.00 0%
of which saturates (g) 0 0.00 0%
Carbohydrates (g) 5 2.50 1%
of which sugars (g) 4 2.00 2%
Protein (g) 0 0.00 0%
Salt (g) 0 0.00 0%



Kool-Aid was invented by Edwin Perkins in his mother’s kitchen! He actually began with a liquid concentrate called Fruit Smack. However, to reduce shipping costs he found a way to remove the liquid. By doing this, he left a powder behind that was much lighter. He named this powder Kool-Aid.

It was an instant hit! Soon, Perkins was able to move his production from Hastings, Nebraska to Chicago in 1931. Then, in 1953 it was sold to General Foods. However, Hastings still celebrates a yearly festival to honour their city’s claim to fame. In fact, the drink is actually known as Nebraska’s official soft drink!

So, grab a tub or two of this delicious, fruity drink! Go on, you know you want to!

Weight 0.666667 kg
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