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my girl's didn't like the taste
by Inna

It's may be the best supplement for the kids but my girls didn't like the taste of it. They are used to vitabears because it tastes like candy.


We have used these in the past and found them to be very palatable for small children. I always try the vitamins I give my son to see if they taste good because I cannot expect him to take vitamins that do not taste good. He was quite small when he took these and he liked the taste so I never had a problem giving them to him.

My niece loves them!
by Pattie

Isn't half the battle of getting good vitamins getting the child to take them? That was the problem for my brother with his daughter. He tried so many different products that my niece would just not take. When he bought these, he thought they were a little expensive, but crossed his fingers. My niece loves them! She always has to have her 'Koala' in the morning before she even gets dressed now. My brother is thrilled but still wishes there were more per bottle.

Aussie Pals are Great!
by Julz G

Aussie pals are great! I have been giving these to my 9 year old son for a year now. This is the first vitamin he actually is anxious to take. I tried this product shortly after I joined Melaleuca. I love this product because my son really loves them and they have not had any adverse effect on his digestive system. I keep a good stock of this product and will continue to do so.

Not to great...
by Andrew

I have bought many vitamin products in the past and I have to say I have used better. I understand the cute name and all but thats what you pay extra for, the name. I used this product for a week before I started using the other products I had in the house. Look else where if you are looking for an effective vitamin for a decent price. I do not recommend this product, although it is better than not having any at all.

Try the Vita-Bears instead
by Janet

Just in case you want the same Melaleuca quality, and have no problem with iron-enriched vitamins, try the other one, Vita-Bears. I've tasted them and they are YUMMY!

I was going to try the Aussie pals, but I better stick to the one I know works best for both my children.

Great quality
by drew

This product is great, I can easily distribute the minerals required for my nephew with just one tablet per day. I have been providing him with this tablet for about a month. This brand is greater than any other leading brand, particularly, because this brand provides more nutritions overall and only requires to be taken once daily. My nephew had been getting sick easily, or had dry skin due to not eating any fruits or vegetables. After 3 weeks, I saw one result of my nephew, a better skin tone. I dislike the fact that they don't have a bundle pack, because 120 tablets for $10 is pricey compared to other brands. I would purchase this product again, if they come out with a greater quantity selection.

Decent but not as good
by Kang Seok Joo

I agree with the previous reviewers on this product. While Aussie Pals is a good enough multivitamin and is chewable, my 7 year-old and 9 year-old girls did not like the taste nor the "shape". Oh yes, the "shapes" do matter to kids! They prefer Flintstones or Gummy Bears over Aussie Pals. But looking just at the content, Aussie Pals is not much different from these other products - they just need to do a better job of "packaging & marketing" their product!

Worked for my daughter
by nazm07

My daughter is a very picky eater and she doesn’t like lot of food. So, we started to give her this aussie pal. She probably she likes it due to its taste and the koala designed bottle. I am glad she liked it. Melaleuca makes good quality medicine.

High on nutrition--Low on taste
by A. Bowles

First, they are a little expensive considering other similar products sold in stores. I DO give these vitamins kudo points for nutrition. They pack a whole bunch of vitamins into a little tablet. I generally like Melalueca products and all the great nutritional factors were really a draw for me when purchasing these vitamins. Unfortunately, my kids hated the taste. It was very difficult for me to get even the youngest one (who'll eat anything) to take them. It's one thing when you have one kid who will refuse it, but when all four do, then you know there is a real problem.

Kids hate them
by Phil Young

I can't force my kid to take these vitamins because I tried one myself, and it tasted gross. These are horrid and I would not recommend them to anyone.

Not a great value
by Melissa

Melaleuca usually makes quality products, and their reputation proves it. I was not, however, impressed with these vitamins. They were expensive, and my kids didn't care for the taste. Nutritionally, they were comparable to other brands.

Aussie Pals – Give Your Kids The Nutrients They Need From The Foods They Hate
by Sarah

Aussie Pals prides itself as an all natural supplement with 17 vitamins and minerals that kids need on a daily basis. This supplement gets bonus points for combining all natural sources from foods that kids love to hate like spinach, cabbage, broccoli, and many others. The best thing about this product that parents should know is that it contains Xylitol, a great little all natural plant based sugar which has the opposite effect that sugar does on teeth, encouraging healthy teeth. Because they use Xylitol, they are considered a sugar free product. The flavor is a light, not overpowering orange flavor that kids will enjoy. When it comes to the included vitamins, Aussie Pals covered all of the basics that kids need including: Vitamins A, B 6, B 12, C, D, and E along with Thiamine, Riboflavin, Niacin, Folic Acid, Biotin, Pantothenic Acid, Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc, Copper, and Manganese. While Aussie Pals seems to have thought of everything the actual daily value content of these vitamins is relatively low. At the highest levels, only 10 of the vitamins included in this supplement provide you with 25%, only one provides you with 35%, and the others provide you with 15% or less. Your child definitely will not get the recommended daily value of vitamins that they need from taking Aussie Pals, so don’t think just because they are taking vitamins they are getting the nutrients they need, because that is not the case with this vitamin. What is most disappointing perhaps about this vitamin supplement is that it only contains 15 milligrams of calcium, one of the most essential supplements for young children. This is a mere 2% of the recommended daily value for calcium, which is rather disappointing from an otherwise fair children’s supplement product.

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