When 'low sugar' really means low sugar

DRINKMaple maple water drinkWhen do you see 'low sugar' on the label of a drink and know it really is low sugar? When that drinks bottle also has DRINKmaple on it.

This refreshing, one-ingredient drink is brought to consumers fresh from maple trees deep within North American forests.

There is some flash pasteurisation involved to destroy harmful bacteria, but even this does not change the nutritional properties of the raw product.

Maple water is high in manganese and a 250ml carton contains 40 per cent of an adult's recommended daily allowance of the mineral. It also containts electrolytes to make it the ideal whole food hydration soluton for the modern day cricketer.

And if that wasn't enough, it's delicious and low in sugar.

DRINKmaple is low in calories and maple water is really very low in sugar - to illustrate this, it takes 40 litres of maple water to make just 1 litre of maple syrup.

Other drinks will contain citric acid, fruit sugars and other preservatives and sweeteners but DRINKmaple doesn't.

Where can I buy?

Visit www.drinkmaple.eu or buy at the following stockists: Ocado, Wholefoods, Planet Organic, Abel & Cole, Revital, Harrods, Selfridges, Harvey Nichols, Equinox, the Reebok Club, Gymbox, Virgin Active plus independents around London.

What do I get?

Three formats are currently available: 250ml Tetra £1.99 / 355ml BPA free bottle £2.59 / 946ml Tetra £3.99

DRINKMaple - low sugar drink

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