The Kids’ Corner – February 2023

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Welcome to The Kids' Corner!

Parents tend to have a few run-ins with picky eaters. For this reason, we’ve created The Kids Corner: products for kids and reviewed by kids! We hope these suggestions may ease some tension when walking down the aisles; after all, it’s a Jungle out there!

Karvan Cévitam Fruit Syrup

Karvan Cévitam allows you to make a delicious, fruity thirst quencher in no time. Mix the concentrate with cool water, or mix multiple fruit flavors together! Karvan Cévitam contains 75% fruit and is an excellent source of vitamins B3, B5, B6, C, and E.


GoGo Squeeze applesauce

GoGo’s signature and original applesauce, appleapple GoGo squeeZ is made from 100% real fruit, and is 100% portable and fun to eat. So no matter where kids are go-going, they can always snack on a fruit-filled, tasty treat.


– Matteo

Hengstenberg Authentic German Sauerkraut

This is one of Germany’s best-selling, highest-quality sauerkraut. It is made without wine vinegar, and the shredded cabbage is cured simply with salt and ascorbic acid (used to make lemons sour). The sauerkraut is mildly flavored, not salty tasting, and crunchy to the bite—a nutritious addition to many meals. 


– Leo

Honey Maid Graham Crackers

Honey Maid Graham Crackers are a tasty and satisfying treat. They have a great balance of sweetness and a satisfying crunch. They are perfect for enjoying as a snack on their own or with a glass of milk. The graham cracker flavor is great, and the honey flavor adds a nice touch of sweetness. Overall, Honey Maid Graham Crackers are a solid choice for anyone looking for a classic graham cracker snack.


– Lena

Bahlsen Dark Choocolate Leibniz Cookies

Since 1889, Bahlsen has been one of the leading cookie producers in Germany. The company is based in Hannover and specializes in delicious gingerbread and butter cookies. Bahlsen’s original butter Leibniz biscuit is topped with a delightful layer of European Dark Chocolate. A lovely and crispy butter cookie that melts in your mouth; the delicate, buttery taste of this cookie was one of the reasons it was awarded a gold medal at the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair.


– Reagan

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