Before the back-to-school rush, many families are making the most of the summer vacation. In fact, two-thirds or 66% of Americans plan to take a leisure trip before Labor Day with those hitting the road averaging 3.5 trips throughout the summer.[1] Whether it’s a road trip across the state, picnic in the park, or vacation to a tropical island, keeping the whole family hydrated and satisfied is always a top priority. For a healthy and kid-friendly beverage, Amy & Brian Coconut Juice (www.amyandbriannaturals.com) is the ideal choice!

Available in 17.5 oz cans and three all-natural flavors (original, with pulp, and with lime) or in sharable 10 oz. six-packs, Amy & Brian provides sweet and delicious refreshment. When headed to the beach or for a long car ride, pack a 6-pack of 10 oz. cans of coconut juice in a cooler for quick grab-n-go convenience when you need it. Coconut juice is a fabulous alternative to sodas for kids with no added sugar or preservatives, and even contains natural electrolytes to aid hydration. So turn off the A/C, roll down the windows, and drink the light, crisp, refreshing goodness of Amy & Brian Coconut Juice!

 

“We’ve always been a favorite among kids,” says David Hollister, a spokesperson for Amy & Brian Naturals. “We offer all-natural coconut juice that is sourced from fresh young coconuts in Thailand, which are noticeably sweeter than their Brazilian counterparts and found in other coconut beverages.” Kids love the sweet and simple taste, and parents love the price. For only $8/pack of six, Amy & Brian’s Coconut Juice is affordably delicious and refreshingly good for the whole family.

 

The possibilities do not end with the can. Indulge in the local produce of your coveted tropical island by mixing Amy & Brian with pineapple, kiwi, or mango to make a healthy and delicious smoothie. Or, after a long day of hiking and family fun, drop some berries or lime into a glass of coconut juice and kick back at the hotel with your sweet and sophisticated beverage. The crisp coconut flavor contains smooth natural vanilla and caramel undertones that both kids and adults will appreciate.

 

Cheers to the final days of summer!

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Hayden Walker
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Hayden Walker is the Editor in Chief and Director of Operations for Austin Food Magazine

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