Sparkling Concord Grape is a good drink!

[ 0 ] October 20, 2012 |

There are so many grape-mimicking beverages on the market which contain none of grape but artificial colorants and flavors instead. Chadwick Bay’s Sparkling Concord Grape beverage is a nicely different story. You can get specifics of the beverage from Walmart website. But let me tell you what the beverage is exactly made of and if it is safe to drink. In my opinion, yes, it is safe because no questionable food additives were used. Take a look for yourself.

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Sparkling Concord Grape: Risk and NutritionSparkling Concord Grape: Risk and Nutrition

The DyeDiet diagram is yellow-green that is good: no red segments mean no potentially health-damaging food additives are present. Accordingly, drinking one or two cans of Sparkling Concord Grape will not put you at any chemical risk DDFI = 0/6 = 0, however the nutritional value you get will not be high: DDNF = 6/11 ~ 0.5.  This is OK for a sparkling fun-drink! The critical thing is that you and your loved ones are not going to get hurt.

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Bottom line. Yes, you can safely enjoy Chadwick Bay’s Sparkling Concord Grape 50% juice beverage without fear. Even if you are diabetic you can carefully try the beverage. Just watch your sugar content and remember that only plain pure water is the best natural zero calories drink our body really needs. Educate yourself, hydrate yourself straight!

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