Did this drink use to be called Parsons Fruit Saline ????????
Did this drink use to be called Parsons Fruit Saline ????????
Love it we were brought up on this as kids
Please make it easier to purchase please
And who stocks it these days
If it’s been re named what’s its new name ?
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Love it but hard to find!
Love this product. It is the best effervescent refreshing drink on the market in my opinion. Unfortunately it is extremely hard to find on the shelf. I drove around to all IGA and Foodworks I know and managed to get 4 tins then I went on line and purchased 6 tins interstate and paid the postage because I wanted the product so much. I have asked shops to stock it and they said they would try. wait and see!!
Best ever liquid refreshment for summer
I also am having a hard time locating where to buy this product, which is frustrating because I love it - great for a hot summer day.
Approached Mckenzies in Australia about buying it directly - their response is that they do not sell direct to the public. But it is apparently sold at Foodworks, Spar, IGA (some only - our local IGA does not stock it).
Lactic acid buffer
I am having a hard time finding stores that stock this great product. Best used to rehydrate and as a lactic acid buffer to reduce cramps and muscle sore as a result of dehydration when working out or execercising. Much preferred option to more expensive highly coloured, sugar and salt solutions.
A Lifetime Of Drinking It
Always had this around as long as I can remember ( I'm now 65 ) great pick-me-up hot day drink and I also mix any flavour cordial -400ml in total with 4 teaspoons of wards, let it go flat, and then pour two trays of small ice cubes -- doesn't go rock hard like normal ice cubes and is divine !!!!!
Great quick fix
Great for thirst and if you are felling a little off on those very hot days. Drink quickly while still fizzy to get the best results - I have it after mowing the lawn too as a pick-me-up. I started on it when I was a little kid because my grandmother always kept some in her kitchen up in the Pilliga.
Fantastic thirst quencher
I too have been drinking Wards Fruit Saline for over 50 years. I have also brought up my own kids on it for the last 25 years.
The taste is refreshing and it replenishes my body after working on my property. Great on hot days instead of soft drink. Also helps when feeling a bit crook. I notice that the flavour hasn't changed in my whole lifetime!
I panicked when I read that it is getting hard to find so I did an internet search of all the supermarkets and found that in my part of Australia (western Victoria) the only place to buy it is IGA su...
Wards fruit Saline Effrevesent lemon drink (yellow tin 375gm)
We have been using this for over 50 yrs, my parents took it camping in the 70's & always had a tin in the cubboard. Great & refreshing also a sore tummy fixer.
We used to drink it if we felt sick, "after a drink of Saline, it would either make you burp or make you hurl. " which was a good thing". I'm still using in with my kids, but finding it extremely hard to come buy.
The local IGA did have it but has now stopped stocking it. Now I'm relying on Google to find a stockist.
I would be lost without it in my cubboard.
Would be very sad if war...
39degrees, with a most refreshing treat..
OUT in the scorching heat,
nothing to drink for AGES,
fossicking in the only shade being the back of the Van, I found my jar of WARDS
WHAT A TREAT,, SUCH convenience. I aways have Water in the
van, but Id forgotten about the Emergency Supply of WARDS fruit SALINE..
Being in Powder form you can make as Much as YOU Like...
UNBEATABLE for convenience, and as a quick refresher especially in the heat of summer..
Hard To Find
Have been drinking wards saline for many years, find it very refreshing & great on a warm day especially after gardening or working up a sweat. I also love the taste. Have to drink it fast while still bubbling. Always use a dry spoon because if you get it wet the saline goes hard & has to be thrown out. Hard to find now not in Coles or woollies. Can be found at Ita & costs under $5 for 375 gram tin.
Best in it's field
I often suffer from BAD indigestion,which progresses into nausea. Often I wake during the night vomiting,so I tried baking soda, which gave some relief but tasted awful. I noticed a tin of Saline (Wards it turned out to be) that my daughter bought as a healthy refreshing fizzy drink for Summer. So I tried it and as well as being a refreshing tasty drink,settled my stomach IMMEDIATELY! I guarantee it really does work m
using it in the morning to balance my stomach acids instead of bicarbonate powder only. Love the taste helps me absorb vitamins throughout the day because of its alkalising effect. Better than a straight lemon in hot water and easier to take and prepare. Will continue to use it enthusiastically!
Careful regarding sugar content.
Very refreshing but not perfect traditional "energy" drink
I stumbled across this product in an IGA store while looking for another, similar effervescent powder refreshment drink. This drink is a white powder that must me mixed with a small amount of water (1/2 glass or less) and downed immediately while still fizzing. It's like an energy shot. The sensation of the fizzing, combined with the strong lemon/slightly peachy flavour and the sound of all the bubbles exploding and even the feel of some tiny bubbles bursting on your face make this a full sensory experience and leaves you with a real buzzy charge.
Flavour, action on adding to water
Some people may not like the slight peach taste.
Questions & Answers
I have been trying to find Ward's Fruit Saline in my local supermarket without any luck. We have a Supa I.G.A., Woolworths and Aldi. Could you please advise where I can purchase same. Thank you, Beth. Leeton, 2705
The store you mentioned have all stocked this product in the past. Ask the managed to reorder this product for you. IGA usually makes every effort to stock this product if you ask.
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