Honeyville's Orange Drink Mix captures the citrus flavor of fresh oranges you know and love in a convenient and tasty drink mix. It mixes perfectly for that cool, refreshing drink the whole family loves and is ready for any party, lunch, snack, or pool-side gathering. Not only does it taste great alone, its a great addition for other delicious treats like smoothies, blended drinks, and homemade popsicles. This classic orange drink mix is high in Vitamin C and fat-free, making this the perfect go-to mix for any occasion!
Shelf-Life: Stores for 10 to 15 years in a sealed #10 can (oxygen absorber included) under ideal storage conditions (cool, dry place).
Instructions: Blend two scoops of orange drink mix to 1 quart of water. Makes four 8 ounce servings. The scoop inside the can holds approximately 3 tablespoons and each can makes about 6 gallons of delicious orange flavored punch.
Uses: Used to make homemade orange punch, or as a flavor enhancer for protein shakes, smoothies, popsicles and more.
Packaging: Orange Drink Mix is sealed air tight in a #10 can and weighs approximately 5 pounds. A case contains 6 #10 cans and weighs 30 pounds. Each can contains 103 servings. One serving size is 1½ tablespoons.
Ingredients: Fructose, Cane Sugar, Citric Acid Anhydrous, Dextrose FD&C Yellow 6 Lake, Sucralose, Natural Orange Dextrose, Corn Starch, Vitamin E, APO Carotenal (color), Ascorbic Acid, Silicone Dioxide, Sodium Citrate (dihydrate), Vitamin A (as palmitate), Vitamin E (as dl-alph-tocopheryl acetate), Niacin (as niacinaminde), Riboflavin, Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxine HCI), Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid), Calcium (as tricalcium phosphate).
Allergen information: This product is produced on equipment that processes products containing soy, wheat, egg, milk, peanut, and tree nuts.
The whole purpose of me ordering a can of this "drink mix" product was in hopes that I could mix it with MILK. I happen to be someone who has always strongly DISLIKED drinking regular white milk, and am so tired of the commonplace strawberry and chocolate powders and/or syrup flavors for mixing it with. The thing is, I always KNEW that citrus products and anything acidic or containing citrus (such as oranges and lemons) ARE NOT supposed to be mixed with milk, but nevertheless, the idea had always greatly fascinated me, as I love experimenting with and exploring new tastes and theories. Well I had already brought this concern up by initially ASKING the employee who answered my call the day I ordered as to whether milk was indeed immiscible with this mix, and because she did not know the answer to it, she put me on hold so that she ask someone else who DID know in order to find out for me and then tell me.Review by Terry (Posted on 2/8/15)
After waiting a couple of seconds, she came back to the phone and told me that "it should be fine." Long story short, when I had mixed this product with a cup of milk the day I received it on my doorstep, I found that the milk did not "taste right" and immediately had an antsy gut feeling about it the entire time. Well, minutes later, just as I was about to gulp down the remaining portion of my concocted drink, much to my chagrin, I found the bottom contents all CURDLED. The milk had COAGULATED into a gross jelly-like substance, which meant that it WAS NOT supposed to be mixed with this powder (due to the acidic content in it) in the first place!! I then became SO WORRIED whether I was going to fall ill later on for already drinking the content.
I was so disappointed and even a bit angry at the company that I was given a FALSE answer. So I called the next day and filed a complaint about the incident. The employee on the line this time, Noah, was SUPER PATIENT, NICE, AND HELPFUL. He listened to my entire story where I very kindly explained to him about my dreadful unexpected experience (how I could have gotten sick and even possibly landed in the hospital) and without hesitation, kindly offered me a FULL REFUND on the product. I wish I could rate the level of service I received as a customer, because I would give him 10 STARS!!! Thanks again Noah!
Not sure what we expected-- perhaps with all the Oranges on the can-- I think I was expecting it to be more like Orange Juice-- and coming from Florida-- perhaps that was a bit unfair. If I had to describe it-- it would taste like a watered down Tang. If you like Tang-- then that's good. So I even tried to go to the store to compare the contents. Tang and this orange drink have the same carb and sodium content. What was impressive with the Honeyville brand is the Vitamin C content! Tang was at 100%. Honeyville was 3x that. So depending on your reason for buying this product-- if you are expecting OJ-- then not a good recommendation. If you are looking for something with lots of Vitamin C-- then here it is.Review by Rosanna (Posted on 3/24/14)
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:
|Total Fat||Less than||65g||80g|
|Saturated Fat||Less than||20g||25g|