As far as juices go, since many fruits and berries are on the “dirty dozen” list”, we always look for organic alternatives. Our daughter has a sensitivity to phenols, so the juice she most often drinks is organic pear juice since it’s low in phenols. For milk, we have tried many fortified, organic alternatives. Our daughter currently drinks organic, fortified hemp milk at home. Whenever she has a meal away from home she has a box of organic, fortified soy milk. Our go-to yogurt is made from organic coconut milk. We use the yogurt to mix in the supplements that we give our daughter every morning.
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Pear juice is a good alternative whenever there is a sensitivity to phenols. We buy the Just Juice organic pear juice at the Independent Store/Loblaws.
Organic mango-orange juice from Grown Right. Costco carries it.
Kiju organic orange juice, which the Independent Store/Loblaws and Sobey’s carry.
Organic juice boxes from Kirkland Signature/Costco. The package includes four different flavours (see ingredient and nutritional values below).
Sicilia organic lime juice can be used in spreads and drinks. We get it at Loblaws/The Independent Store.
Hemp Bliss by Manitoba Harvest doesn’t contain Omega 3, but Omega 3 is among the daily supplements that we give our daughter separately. We find this milk at the Independent Store/Loblaws and Sobey’s.
So Delicious Dairy Free makes this yogurt from organic coconut milk. We buy it at the Independent Store/Loblaws.