Sunquick Orange Drink Concentrate

We used to have Sunquick Juice Concentrate before but we shifted to using powdered juice for our juice drinks. I found this too sweet and the taste too artificial.

So I have decided to go back to having Sunquick Orange Drink Concentrate. It is a bit more expensive but then the taste is better and the nutritional value does not suffer too because there is no artificial flavoring, no artificial colors and no artificial sweetener.

At first we experimented on buying small bottles of 330 ml (the one in the photo below) because the children might not like the taste which is a bit sour.


Now we get the 840 ml bottle for more juice drinks for the children, and for me and my husband too.

Bottle? Yes, the drink concentrate comes in a real bottle, and not plastic container.

Click here to read more about Sunquick Juice Concentrate.

Treasure Jar Oct 7th 2008 06:41 am Kitchen Needs 5 Comments Trackback URI Comments RSS

5 Responses to “Sunquick Orange Drink Concentrate”

  1. john Puckrin on 23 Dec 2008 at 8:48 pm link comment

    I could not agree more about the quality and flavour of Sunquick. My problem is a difficulty in obtaining it in Lincolnshire UK. Yesterday I drove a round trip of 60 miles in search for it at two branches of Tesco that I knew stocked it when we bought our last batch of three bottles a month ago. Neither shop had any in stock and enquiries drew blank looks from shop assistants. Enquiring at the service desks, I have been told it is shown as listed but they have none in stock.

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  3. admin on 12 Feb 2009 at 9:47 am link comment

    John, I can understand your frustration. I hope you will be able to get a bottle or a CASE soon 😀

  4. vic on 14 Aug 2010 at 6:23 am link comment

    ASDA are the only stockists of Sunquick in the UK. I stock up each time I go

  5. Rhonwen on 25 Feb 2016 at 9:10 am link comment

    I’ve been searching for Sunquick for months now. The last time I got some was from Asda which I ordered online as it never seemed to be on the shelf in store. Then it disappeared altogether. When I asked Asda why, I was told it wasn’t selling which is hardly surprising as they never had it on display.
    I hate all the watery, sugary squashes that supermarkets stock in such
    abundance and I can’t understand why they choose to treat their customers with contempt, as if we’re not entitled to even know what brands we like best let alone being able to buy them.
    All I can say to everyone who still wants Sunquick is to keep badgering the supermarkets and maybe they’ll eventually get the message!

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