|Are Get More Vits products sugar free?
|Yes, our entire range of Get More Vits products are sugar free and low calorie
|Are Get More Vits products suitable for vegans?
|Some Get More Vits products are suitable for vegans yes. Our B Vitamins, Vitamin C and Vitamin B12 drinks are all suitable for vegans as well as our Fibre Water and our range of sports drinks. Any product containing Vitamin D is not vegan due to our source of Vitamin D being Lanolin
|Are Get More Vits products safe for pregnant or breastfeeding women?
|Yes, most of our products are safe to consume for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, however our Multivits + Iron Supplements and Multivits + Minerals Effervescent tablets should be avoided if pregnant, likely to become pregnant or if breastfeeding, except on the advice of a doctor. This is due to Vitamin A content
|Are Get More Vits drinks suitable for children?
|Yes, our drinks are made from spring water, natural fruit flavourings and with a dose of vitamins added in, therefore they are safe for children to consume. Our Kids Multivits drinks are recommended for children aged 36+ months, this is due to the choking hazard of the cap. Our Tropical BCAA drink is not suitable for children due to added caffeine
|Are Get More Vits drink suitable for diabetics?
|Yes, absolutely! Our entire range of drinks are sugar free and low calorie and so are perfectly suitable for diabetics. We like to think we offer an alternative to the usual sugar-free drinks out there, packed with delicious fruity taste and a daily dose of vitamins too
|Which supermarkets sell Get More Vits drinks?
|Our Get More Vits drinks are sold nationwide across the UK. We are stocked in Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s, Ocado, Booths, Spar and selected independent retailers
|Is Get More Vits packaging recyclable?
|Yes! It is very important to us to ensure our packaging is fully recyclable. Our bottles (including caps and sleeves) and our cans can be recycled at home with your local curb side recycling. If ordering online, our cardboard trays and shipping boxes can be recycled with your local curb side recycling and shrink packaging can be recycled at supermarkets with carrier bags