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Vitamin Friends Iron Diet Supplement, 60 Count
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- Dietary Supplement.
- Supports Body Function and Good Health*.
- Gelatin Free.
- Nut Free. Dairy Free. Eggs Free. Soy Free. Finally Gummy Bears That Wont Stick To Your Teeth!.
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Description for Vitamin Friends Iron Diet Supplement, 60 Count
Dietary Supplement. Supports Body Function and Good Health*. Gluten-Free. Gelatin Free. Nut Free. Dairy Free. Eggs Free. Soy Free. Finally Gummy Bears That Wont Stick To Your Teeth!.
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I liked these- not as sticky as the original- which is nice. These new ones are sugar coated and have a nice flavor.
I added a photo of the container and supplement facts.
The newer original formula ones say 'Original Formula!' At the top. (The not so great ones read 'Advanced Formula').
I am so so bummed! We have ordered these iron vitamin gummies for 3 years and until now the rating was 5 stars all the way! My son is so texture sensitive (no autism just super super texture aware...big time gag reflex), and when we received our most recent order, to my HORROR the vitamin has changed. It is a totally different color, taste, and TEXTURE. HE HATES IT! I was so bummed. Please oh please Vitamin Friends go back to the old formula!
Here's the snag: The Flintstone style hard vitamins have the right amount of iron, whereas *NOT A SINGLE ONE* of the gummy multivitamins have iron in them. We haven't been able to determine why exactly this is, but it is starting to look as if there is something about iron which is inherently difficult or impossible to incorporate into the typical gummy candy. The gummy vitamins taste pretty much like a gummy bear, but with the vitamin stuff mixed in. The consistency is even that of a standard gummy bear.
So why not just give him the Flintstone vitamins? He hates them. He has had to gag them down, every time. He does love the gummy vitamins, but then he really NEEDS the iron. So the solution would seem to be to find a stand-alone iron solution and give him the gummy vitamin with it. But he's not going to like an iron tablet, and you may as well just give him a Flintstone vitamin if you were going to do that. The iron liquids are a candidate, but they reportedly taste bad and I'd have to really bury it in a large drink, which might still have enough taste that he's going to notice. Not to mention that if the drink is large enough to mask it, trying to get him to take that much liquid at once might be a problem.
Then we find *this* product... and he actually LIKES IT. It isn't QUITE the same as a gummy bear -- it's stickier, and harder to get out of the bottle. That makes me continue to suspect the original hypothesis that it's hard to make a gummy out of iron. Maybe this substance either is something different that will contain the iron or it's the same stuff but this is what happens to it when you put iron in it. Anyway, the stuff is quite sticky, and they had to put sugar or something on each one to try to keep them from sticking together quite so badly. They're also a bit mushier than regular gummies. My son says they do have a bit of an odd taste, not quite like regular gummies, but he says he likes them enough better than the Flintstone vitamins that he's very happy to take them so that he doesn't have to go back to those.
I'm giving it a 4 rather than a 5 because of the excessive stickiness and I expect that as the bottle gets low it's going to get harder to get them out. The shipping cost was so high that in order to qualify for free shipping I had to order several bottles -- and I've take a huge risk because I'm hoping the shelf life isn't bad. I'm hoping by the time I open bottles 2 and 3 they aren't a big mass of goo....