Available in three juicy flavours: original, strawberry and mango, and made with real aloe vera pieces, Grace Say Aloe is a thirst-quenching drink that’s also rich in vitamin C. A recent study published in the Journal of Clinical & Diagnostic Research confirmed aloe vera has antibacterial properties which has potential for oral healthcare. There is also evidence of anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and immune boosting properties. Grace Foods UK is a driving force and innovator in the UK’s fast-growing world foods market best known for its Caribbean range, supplying more than one third of all Caribbean food and drink sold in the UK. The carb count per 100g is 4.8g, of which sugars is 4.7g.
The Grace Say range of aloe vera drinks are available in Tesco, Asda and all good independent retailers RRP £1.39.
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