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Posted on Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012 at 3:39 pm
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Hansen’s Natural was established in 1935.  They make beverages that contain natural ingredients made from real fruits and spices.  They use real cane sugar (not high fructose corn syrup).  Their diet drinks use Splenda or Truvia as a sweetener.  Some of their brands include Hansen’s Soda, Hansen’s diet soda, Blue Sky Soda, Blue Sky Free, Hubert’s Half & Half Lemonade, Agua Frescas Hansen’s Natural Iced Tea Sticks, Junior Water, Vidration, PRE, Hansen’s Energy, and Blue Energy.  Hansen’s products will always be free of preservatives and made without artificial flavors or colors.  Many of their drinks are gluten free. Hansen’s gluten free kids products include Hansen’s Junior Juice, and Hansen’s Juice Boxes.  You can buy Hansen’s products online through Amazon.com.  Products are sold in bulk quantities, and range in price from about$14.00 to around $25.00.

Splenda is not a natural sweetener.  It is made from a process that starts with sugar, but has zero calories.  Truvia is a natural, zero calorie sweetener that comes from the stevia plant.  People who are trying to lose weight might want to seek out a zero calorie sweetener.  Hansen’s products are made with real fruit and spices, which is much better than using chemicals that mimic the taste of smell of the natural foods.  Foods that are gluten free do not contain wheat or gluten, which makes them safe for people who have celiac disease or a gluten allergy or intolerance.  Hansen’s Natural Beverage Company has its headquarters in Corona, California.  You may have seen the Hansen’s Ambassadors driving around in a VW Thing, or the Blue Sky’s Wanderers traveling in a blue VW bus.  Say hello!  They love meeting people.

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