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Next Remedies Organic Water Enhancer Cherry Berry
48 mL
Next is the first and only Certified Organic water enhancer on the market. It is made from the highest quality certified organic ingredients, there is no sugar, no calories, no colours, it is GMO free, Gluten Free, Vegan and Kosher. Next water enhancers are available in three exciting organic flavours; Pomegranate Acai, Coconut Lime and Cherry Berry.

Features:
  • No Preservatives
  • No GMOs
  • No Chemicals
  • No Artificial Colors (in fact, no colors at all)
  • No Dyes
  • No Animal Products (vegan)
  • No Sugar or Artificial Sweeteners
  • No Calories

Squirt to taste. Always dilute before consuming.  


Ingredients: Organic vegetable glycerin, purified water, organic berry flavour, organic lemon juice, concentrated citric acid, organic stevia leaf extract, ascorbic acid (vitamin c)

Product does not contain, egg, dairy, mustard, peanuts, seafood, sesame, soy, sulfites, tree nuts, wheat/gluten. 

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Jean: a few months ago

I love the Next flavor products. I am not a plain water drinker but a couple of squirts into a bottle of water and I am happy to drink away! I find the flavors good - you have to find your own level of flavor but a little squirt goes a long way. I keep them in my fridge for easy access and one in my pocketbook so I can order plain water in a cafe and flavor it my way. No preservatives or sugars a bonus. I use stevia everyday for coffee so I don't find the taste weird at all. Definitely recommend for non-water lovers like me.


Helen: a few months ago

The stevia is overpoweringly sweet...and there is no flavor of any kind of fruit...just an odd smell and aftertaste. I'm throwing out the rest of the bottle.


Christian: about a year ago

It taste like pool water (and I'm polite) and the fact that it is clear doesn't help neither... you don't know how much you put in it since the color of the water doesn't change... a no go for me...

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