berry 100% orange juice undrinkable.
Nudie was unavailable so I had to buy this product. 21/10/19, expiry date 25/10/19. The fact is the juice may be fresh, it may be pure, BUT it tastes like the fruit was stale or sitting in the sun for too long. You know like when you find an old orange that has been lost behind the seat of a vehicle for months and you decide to give it a go. You can say what you like on the bottle but if the fruit is off....the fruit is off.
Berri Grapefruit Juice is thee most delicious drink on the market today, light years better the other Grapefruit juices.
Berri Grapefruit juice is just amazing, I can't get enough, my wife knows just what to buy me to put me in a good mood, ha ha ha. Many thanks for a great product.
Purchased in May 2019 for $1.00.
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Berri Tomato Juice has a weird taste
I did the taste test on tomato juices many years ago and found lno difference between the no-name and big name products. However, recently I saw the Berri brand at a ridiculously low price so picked that up. I was expecting plain, good old tomato juice, but instead this stuff tasted like bubblegum! I thought that maybe I was coming down with something and my tastebuds were acting up, but no. Each day, the same salty bubblegum. I have had to pour it down the sink, as it sure doesn't feel good to be drinking that stuff.
Not helping Australian farmers!
Most of their product is IMPORTED in huge containers, then packaged....gross!
They're not helping Australian farmers so while Aussie farmers have to plough their fruit produce into the ground, Berri gets their juice from CHEAPER OVERSEAS sources.
Poor quality, poor tasting juice. Most of it is RECONSTITUTED so it isn't even fresh.
Disgusting shady company. Do not give them your money.
Please buy 100% fresh Australian juice!
Help Australian farmers, not these shady theives.
After buying the 2L Berri Tomato Juice for many years I was surprised to see the introduction of somewhat lackluster labeling in December 2017. It certainly didn’t fit with the photos on the Berri web page glowingly stating “100% Australian grown”. Now I see why! Gone is the 100% Australian Fruit supporting local growers. We are now down to just 20%. How disappointing! The juice is certainly different. Misleading advertising Berri. I look forward to seeing more truthful front labeling “Now Only Contains 20% Australian Tomatoes”. I will make my own from now on!
Berri Tomato Juice
I had been an avid user of Berri Tomato Juice always buying the 2 litre container. Since the introduction of the new packaging in December last year - two things - the bottle is almost impossible to open not sure how older people get on and the juice tastes watery and tastless not like the juice of old. Another observation on the new (boring label) only 20 percent of ingredients are Australian produce.
I have bought Berri 2Litre Pulpy Orange Juice for a very long time and except for the occasional carton that has tasted more mandarin than orange, I've loved it. Yesterday I bought 2 litres, not though in the usual carton, and it's going to be tipped down the sink. What a waste of the premium price of $7. It's like sweetened water with only the merest hint of orange taste. When cartons of Aldi long-life orange juice taste 100% better than Berri ...... well, something ain't right. It will be a while before I risk another $7 on what might be rubbish.
Berri tomatoe juice
The NEW Berri Tomatoe Juice (2 litre) with the unimaginative red & white label, introduced in December 2017 is pathetic. It contains less tomatoe juice and a great deal more water, and is totally lacking in flavour. A good juice should impart the overall flavour of tomatoes with some saltiness and sweetness. This crap doesn't.
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When will Grapefruit juice be on Coles, Joondalup shelves?
It is by far my favourite drink.
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