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Did you know that Kraft® now carries Crystal Light® and Kool-Aid® Liquid Enhancers? Just in time for the heat of summer, a new tasty way to get in all that needed water!
Especially in summertime, it is important to stay hydrated. In order to do that,you need to get in at least 8 glasses of water a day to stay fully hydrated. If you are anything like me, you just might find bottled water to be just a bit boring. Especially when there are so many tasty soda options out there. But did you know that soda is actually dehydrating? And not very good for you either.
Kraft® Enhancers, Crystal Light® and Kool-Aid®, contain no sugar or caffeine and are gluten-free! And they come in amazing flavors like Strawberry Lemonade, Blueberry Raspberry, Iced Tea, Mango Passionfruit, Peach Bellini, Cherry, Tropical Punch, Grape and Pomtini! Sound delicious, don’t they? And they are perfect for getting in all that recommended water.
Keeping yourself and your children hydrated is a job in its own. So what better way to get the kids to drink a more healthy option of bottled water than to add a bit of flavor to it. Add some Crystal Light® or Kool-Aid® enhancer to a bottle of water, shake it up, and enjoy. Now how easy is that? Pack up some water and enhancers and get out on that next hiking trip knowing that you will have some refreshing, tasty water available.
We will be going on a picnic today, and I will be packing both the bottled water and the Crystal Light® enhancers. The hubby and I both love the Mango Passionfruit. It is delicious, and adds just the right amount of flavor to a bottle of water so that it is tasty without being too sweet or overbearing.
You can pick up Crystal Light® and Kool-Aid® enhancers at your local Sam’s Club at unbeatable prices, so be sure to stock up.
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