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We are looking for 15 reviewers for Bellamy's Organic Ready2Go Milk Drink! See below for more details and for reviewer criteria.
Ready2Go is a formulated supplementary food for young children. It is designed to complement the dietary needs of toddlers who may require additional intakes of energy and nutrients.
At Bellamy’s we believe in giving children a pure start to life. That’s why we only make 100% certified organic foods. One serve of Bellamy’s Ready2Gois the perfect way to meet 50% of their daily dairy needs. Team up with our 100% organic snacks and foods and you know they’ll be Ready2Go.
- For ages 3 years+
- Omega 3
- Pesticide free
- No GMOs
- No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives
4 Varieties available:
Value: $1.99 each – $15.92 in total (you will receive 2 of each variety: 8 in total)
- Organic Ready2Go TM Banana and Honey
- Organic Ready2Go TM Vanilla
- Organic Ready2Go TM Strawberry
- Organic Ready2Go TM Chocolate
Reviewers will need to meet the following criteria –
- you have a child 3-8 years old
- you have to be able to use the product for at least 2 weeks and write a review (at least 50 words long) by WEDNESDAY 3rd of September.
- you are a member of our Reviewer Panel (you can join up - info here)
- your Reviewer Panel details are up-to-date with your current address
- write in this thread and tell us why we should select you
- please confirm that the address you have entered into the Reviewer Panel details of your profile are currently correct by writing 'address is correct' in your application. If you do not do this, your application will not be consideredWe'll be selecting 15 reviewers from all the posts made by 10am (Brissie time) on FRIDAY 1st of August.
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29-07-2014 10:38 #1
15 reviewers needed for Bellamy's Organic Ready2Go Milk Drink!
Last edited by BH-community; 07-08-2014 at 13:16.
29-07-2014 10:49 #2
I would love to review this product on my Miss 3 who is a petite and slight eater. She isn't fussy perse, however she eats like a bird and so far seems to be the one who doesn't have as strong immune system as her other sisters. Any boosting nutrients for extra energy and vitality most certainly wouldn't go astray with her.
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29-07-2014 10:53 #3
I have a 3.5 year old DS who I'm sure would love to try these! He is a bit of a fussy eater, so could definitely do with the extra nutritional value of something like these over normal milk. I can trial/ review in the specified time and my address details are correct.
29-07-2014 10:54 #4
Our address is correct. If you don't mind that dd2 is 2 1/2yo I'm sure she would love to give these a go. As would my 9yo dd1.
29-07-2014 11:16 #5
My address is correct and I would love to trial it with DS1 who is 4.5. This seems like a healthier version of up & go which he loves having (too much sometimes).
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29-07-2014 11:17 #6
Ohhh sounds great. My 4.5yo DD loves a milkshake when daddy is having his protein shakes, she'd think she was so special having her own kids one!
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29-07-2014 11:53 #7
Would love take part in this review! Address is correct.
I'm currently trying to wean my DD who loves her milk off bottles and I'm sure this will help encourage her. Thanks.
ETA: she is also an incredibly fussy eater so I worry about her constantly in regards to being full and also her vitamin intake. This would be a great little alternative for those times she just won't eat a meal.
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29-07-2014 12:12 #8
I have a Miss almost 4 who would love to give this a go. Normally she only drinks water, but is quite keen on milk as well. It might encourage her to drink milk a bit more often, and as she's a small eater, I do worry about her sometimes.
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29-07-2014 15:36 #9Junior Member
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Address is correct. Our little 4 year old has days where he doesn't eat a lot and I worry that he is not getting enough nutrients
29-07-2014 15:48 #10
My just turned 5 yr old would love to review these. I currently buy her milk poppers for Childcare in order to get some dairy/more nutrients into her, but cannot find ones that aren't majority sugar!
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