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pineapples, bananas & coconuts

250ml

¼ of pressed pineapple (39%)

1 mashed banana (37%)

Apple

⅓ of a pressed apple

a squeeze of orange

some creamy coconut milk (3%)

a squeeze of lemon juice

750ml

¾ of pressed pineapple (39%)

3½ mashed bananas (37%)

Apple

1 pressed apple

⅓ of a squeezed orange

some creamy coconut milk (3%)

a squeeze of lemon juice

Nutrition information

  per 100ml per serving (250ml)
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Energy 280kJ (66.9kcal) 700kJ (167.3kcal)
Fat 0.7g 1.8g
 of which saturates 0.6g 1.5g
Carbohydrate 14g 35g
 of which sugars 12g 30g
Fibre 1.1g 2.8g
Protein 0.8g 2g
Salt 0g 0g
Vitamin C 28mg (35% NRV) 70mg (88% NRV)

NRV = Nutrient Reference Value

Energy Fat Saturates Sugars
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167.3kcal 1.8g 1.5g 30g
8% 2% 8% 33%

250ml as a % of the reference intake of an average adult (8 400 kJ/ 2 000 kcal)

totally tropical

Pineapples, bananas and coconuts. One of them reminds you of nice hot places, one of them reminds you of nice hot places and one of them reminds you of nice hot places. Do you see what we're trying to say?

Well, if not, we should make it clear - this drink tastes of sunshine. Not that watery stuff that you get in the UK for five or six days of the year, but the great, clear, life-affirming rays that you'll only find where these fruits are grown. So even if you've used up your holiday allowance on lots of mini-breaks to Prague and Oslo, you can still find a little bit of the tropics in this recipe. Just close your eyes, whack on the factor 16 and have a mouthful. Il fait soleil.

  • 2 portions of fruit
  • contains 5 different types of fruit
  • is a source of vitamin C