Meyer Lemon w/ Blueberries (v)


Something magical happens when you add citrus to blueberries: the hit of acid awakens them. Coconut cream allows the duo of blueberry and sweet, floral, gently tart Meyer lemon to really pop.

Ingredients, Allergens & Nutrition Facts

Ingredients: Water, Coconut Cream, Sugar, Tapioca Syrup, Xanthan Gum, Blueberry Jam (sugar, blueberry puree, pectin, potassium sorbate), Meyer Lemon Juice Concentrate, Orange Juice Concentrate, Vanilla Extract, Salt, Natural Yellow Coloring (turmeric, glycerin)

Contains: Tree Nut (coconut)

Three (3) servings per pint. Each serving 2/3 cup. Calories per serving: 330

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