Last Updated: 8/14/2008 7:27 AM
"Berry and Lemon" might have been a more appropriate name for this mix, given that the drink's flavor is much heavier on tart berry flavor than it is citrus. Like the other flavors of Osteo, it's sweet, with 120 calories and 32g of sugar per 12 fl oz bottle. The nutritional side of this drink seems like it could have some legs, especially in females who are concerned about osteoporosis. The drink contains meaningful doses (based on RDA) of vitamins B, C, and D as well as the addition of boron (a micronutrient) and magnesium. Really, our issue with this flavor is the same as the others: it's too sweet. Packaging is nice, but the name "Osteo" is a double edged sword that sounds intuitive but very technical (it might resonate better for a pharma product). In summary, this drink appears to deliver on its nutritional purpose, but the sweet flavor and high level of calories seem like something that will hinder its ability to appeal to the target demographic.
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