Health, Wellbeing, Happiness

Organic Fruit Juice Giveaway!

In November last year, due to having prior commitments, I missed an opportunity to attend a bloggers brunch organised by Blogs and PR and Sunraysia to learn more about Sunraysia’s newly launched organic juice range – Sunraysia Organic.  I was so disappointed to miss it as I am very interested in learning more about organic foods and would have liked to have tasted and heard more about this new organic juice range.  I also would have liked to have met and listened to the special guest speaker, Rob Bauer, owner of Bauer’s Organic Farm, and of course it would have been a great opportunity to meet other bloggers!   Next one!

So, I let it be known that I was still interested should any other opportunity arise, and was recently contacted and asked if I would like some samples of Sunraysia’s organic fruit juice range to trial and review and if I loved them, to offer a giveaway to my readers.  So of course I said yes please!

I am very happy to report that EVERYONE in my family loves the juices!   In fact, I had to shoo them away from the juices so I would have some left to photograph for this post!  We will definitely be buying more as they are absolutely delicious, healthy, and very handy for my big kids to take to University in their satchels, for hubby to stash in his briefcase for work and for me to pop in my handbag!

Let me tell you a little bit about them and why I think they are so great.

Sunraysia Organic range

Sunraysia Organic fruit juices are 100% organic!  They come with the slogan ‘Nothing Added and Nothing Taken Away’ for good reason.  They are made from certified organic fruit, so are all natural with no artificial colours and flavours, no chemical pesticides, no genetic modification and no added sugars or preservatives.

There are four gorgeous flavours in the range – Apple, Orange, Apple & Blackcurrant and Tropical.  My favourite is the Apple!  They all taste fantastic – sweet natural juice – yum!  You don’t need sugar and additives for a great taste and I personally think that it is great to be able to enjoy them knowing that they are healthy and good for you!

Not only do they taste great, but the way in which they are packaged is so handy!   They come in a convenient and durable 200ml pouch with straw attached, making them ideal for popping in a lunch box, sports bag, handbag, briefcase, or in the case with our big kids – uni satchels.

Photo below shows my daughter, who is very excited to be starting at university later this month, popping a pouch into her new fleuro orange uni satchel.

Popping juice into satchel

The straw pops in very easily and there is no squirting or mess!

Popping straw into pouch

During these hot summer months, you could pop a pouch or two of the juice in the freezer and enjoy them frozen or as a slushy!

Getting pouch out of freezer

As an added bonus, for all of us that care about the environment, the pouch is 100% recyclable.  This means less waste going into Australian landfills.

Are you worried about the cost?  Don’t be!  These juices are affordable and you don’t need to go hunting around to find them!  They are available nationally across Australia at supermarkets.


So I have two great prize packs to give away!

1st Prize

  • 40 samples of the juice (10 of each flavour) – enough to cover two school lunches per day for one month; and
  • an eco shopper bag – to make Mum’s life a little easier when she’s doing the grocery shopping

Value = $70

Sunraysia Organic range


2nd Prize

  • 20 Sunraysia Organic pouches (5 of each flavour)

Value = $30

Sunraysia Organic range

All you need to do for the opportunity to win one of these great giveaways is the following:

  • Explain in 30 words or less (here in the comments on this blog post) what you think the benefits of eating and/or drinking organic food would be to your family.


  • The competition will be open from the time this post is published on Friday 1 February 2013 and closes at 7pm on Friday 15 February 2013 AEST.
  • The competition is open to Australian residents only.
  • The winners’ names will be announced on the MinsMash Facebook page, MinsMash Twitter and as a comment on this blog post on Monday 18 February 2013.
  • Winners will also be contacted by email.  If your email address will not be easy for me to find – please include it with your entry!
  • Winners will be asked to provide a postal address for juices to be shipped to them.

I’m looking forward to lots of entries to read through for my first ever MinsMash giveaway.  Good luck!

Disclaimer: I was provided with a range of Sunraysia Organic juices for review. All opinions are my own.  I received no payment to write this post.




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27 replies »

    • Hi Janet – thank you for entering! I deleted your other post for you. This one had gone into the spam folder (heaven knows why?) but I retrieved it 🙂 Good luck! xo


  1. Caroline Scott speaks about nutrition, “Whole Food, Slow Food, REAL FOOD”. It was basic, if it used to grow its good.
    STOP eating things made in labs. Start with Organic.


  2. We don’t drink a lot of juice around here, we’re a low sugar {especially fructose} household, but Hubby misses it like crazy sometimes. Nothing put in, nothing taken out speaks to me of whole, fibre filled, quality juice. I might just surprise him with some. Organic is important. Real food is important. Whole food is important. Glad to see this great product on your lovely blog.


    • Hello lovely – thank you so much for entering my first giveaway and saying nice things about my flegling blog (though it is a whole 4 1/2 months old now!). What a lovely surpise some organic juice would be for your hubby! xo


  3. Eating and drinking organic food
    Is certainly good for my growing brood!
    Knowing they’re consuming the healthiest they can
    Is certainly part of this mum’s game plan!


  4. I try to keep my family’s food as ‘clean’ as possible- not only is organic free of nasty pesticides, less nasties helps the planet my kids will inherit as well 🙂


  5. When you suffer from a number of food chemical intolerances, you certainly don’t want other chemicals added to the food as well. Clean, fresh food only for us 🙂
    Becc @ Take Charge Now


  6. I try to feed my family organic produce whenever possible. I worry about the unknown impact the ‘cocktail’ of pesticide residues will have on our health. Organic produce is more nutritious than non-organic counterparts. Organic fruit and vegetables have higher levels of antioxidants and organic meat and milk have higher levels of omega 3 fatty acids. Organic farmers do not have to handle pesticides and chemicals than can possibly pose a risk to their health. Lastly organic farming is good for our wildlife and the environment. There is nothing quite like biting into an organic orange or apple – tantalizes ones taste buds 🙂


    1st Prize: Michelle V
    2nd Prize: Dean Walker
    Congratulations to you both! An email will be sent to you shortly asking for your postal address so that I can get these great prizes sent to you!
    To everyone else: Thank you so much for entering my first ever giveaway. ALL entries were very good. It was extremely difficult choosing the winners. I got a 2nd and 3rd opinion and we all agreed on the final winners. The decision is now final 🙂