Voots Veggie-Fruit Tarts Review & Giveaway

Pharmavite has recently added a fun new supplement called Voots Veggie-Fruit Tarts to their line-up. They are a children's supplement made from 11 real fruits and vegetables, which are dehydrated, crushed, blended with Vitamin C and other beneficial ingredients, and made into chewable berry-flavored tablets. You'll find no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives in Voots. So just what are the fruits and veggies that go into each Voots tablet? I was very impressed to discover that apples, cranberries, oranges, prunes, raspberries, strawberries, blueberries, carrots, sweet potatoes, zucchinis and green beans are packed into those tiny tarts - wow!

Our family received this really fun pack of goodies from Voots. It included a t-shirt, lunch bag, pencil sharpener, magnet picture frame, temporary tattoos, and the star of the show - a 45-day supply of Voots Veggie Fruit Tarts supplements.

My children were so excited about their package, and with the help of 9-year-old Joseph, everyone had a Voots tattoo applied within minutes! The next order of business was to sample the supplements. Catherine (8) and Samuel (2) and I (yes, mama was curious!) loved the sweet but slightly tangy taste of the tablets. Joseph (9) and Benjamin (2) were less enthusiastic. Their mutual verdict seemed to be that although the supplements were "pretty good" they weren't as tasty as candy. When I asked "would you take them every day?" they both answered "yes!"

As a dietary supplement for children, I would give the Voots Veggie-Fruit Tarts my highest rating. They were readily accepted by all of my children, ranging in ages from 2 to 9. They contain the same amount of Vitamin C power that you'd get in 3 servings of fruits and veggies. The adorable fruit and veggie characters were a big hit with everyone. And the way they come in single serve packages makes it's easy and fun to hand them out.

Voots Veggie-Fruit Tarts vary slightly in price, depending on where you buy. On Amazon, they retail for $8.56 for a 14-day supply (ages 4 and up). You can also find Voots at Target and Sam's Club. There's also a handy store locator at the Voots website.

Thanks to Voots Veggie-Fruit Tarts, One Lucky Children Teaching Mama Reader Will Receive The Same Awesome Back-To-School Prize Package We Received (A Value of $30!), Which Includes:
-An adorable t-shirt featuring the Voots brand fruit and veggie characters
-A reusable lunch bag to help pack up those healthy meals for your kids as they head back to class
-A pencil sharpener to keep writing utensils in tip-top shape
-A magnet and picture frame that can be posted around your favorite photo on the fridge
-Temporary tattoos that your children can wear in pride.
-And… a 45-day supply of Voots Veggie-Fruit Tarts!
 Just use the Rafflecopter form below to enter. This giveaway ends on Sunday, December 16th at 11:59pm and is open to US Residents 18+ years of age. Good Luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway Disclaimer: I received a complimentary product from this company in exchange for my honest opinion, and have not been compensated monetarily in any way.


Anonymous said...

I cant get my son to eat asparagas and sometime broccoli but he loves peas and strung beans

aperry said...

My son is refusing all vegetables except carrot pouches from trader joe's

Darlene said...


Paula L. said...

He won't eat anything unless it's a potato :/

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one frugal lady said...

My kids can't stand brussel sprouts!

Keely said...

Lima beans, they hate the grainy feel to them.

Denise Taylor-Dennis said...

My son pretty much won't eat many veggies he used to eat broccoli but hasn't been willing to eat it in a while.

SnowflakeDay (Audra) said...

My daughter will not eat mushrooms, even in sauce she'll pick them out.
-Audra Weathers
Snowflake Day Play at gmail dot com

Shannon Ro said...

He has never really liked carrots

Mayla Moore said...

My boys dislike mushrooms!

Denise Taylor-Dennis said...

My son will not eat asparagus

erika m said...

my kid does great except for the root vegetables - no potatoes, beets, turnips, etc

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