Last Updated: 3/2/2011 11:17 AM
Compared with the other flavor of Omega-3 Water, this variety is more satisfying, at least when it comes to the taste department. The flavor will be very familiar to most consumers, having what we’'d describe as "classic orange sports drink" flavor. So, while it's familiar, there’s nothing unique or memorable to it. Therefore, it’s a product that'’s going to appeal best to someone who is specifically seeking omega 3. However, we're not sure why they would consume this rather than an omega-3 supplement, which will be significantly cheaper per dose. Also, this particular flavor adds vitamin C (50 percent RDA per serving), but otherwise appears to be functionally the same as the Berry variety. But again, they'’ve left out how much omega 3 is contained in the bottle, while the added vitamins are on par with countless other vitamin enhanced beverages. That being said, we feel as though this product needs to do more to stand out. This starts with the packaging, which, like the other flavor, leaves something to be desired. Overall, it’s a decent concept, but one that needs much improvement in its execution.
Container16 oz PET
Total Carbohydrate13g 4%, Dietary Fiber 0g Sugars 13g, Vitamin C 50%, Vitamin B3 25%, Vitamin B6 25%, Vitamin B12 25%, Vitamin B5 25%
PURIFIED WATER, SUGAR, CRYSTALLINE FRUCTOSE, NATURAL FLAVORS, CITRIC ACID, FRUIT AND VEGETABLE COLOR CONCENTRATE (FOR COLOR), BETA CAROTENE, GUM ACACIA, GUAR GUM, XANTHAN GUM, FLAX SEED EXTRACT, ASCORBIC ACID, NIACINAMIDE (B3), D-CALCIUM PANTOTHENATE (B5), PYRIDOXINE HYDROCHLORIDE (B6), DIACETYL TARTARIC ESTER OF MONOGLYCERIDE, CYANOCOBALAMIN (B12).
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