Frequently asked questions
Here you'll find answers to the questions we get asked most often. Just click on a question to show the answer. If you have a question that isn’t here then please contact us using our feedback form.
Shloer is named after a Swiss Professor - Jules Shloer - who created Shloer almost 80 years ago.
The Shloer flavour range has a differing amount of calories, about the same as regular fruit juices and smoothies. Check out the table below or go to our list of flavours for a comprehensive list of ingredients and nutritional information.
|Flavour||Energy (per 100ml)|
|White Grape||49 Kcal|
|Apple & White Grape||47 Kcal|
|White Grape & Elderflower||45 Kcal|
|White Grape Raspberry & Cranberry||46.8 Kcal|
|Berry Punch||38.5 Kcal|
|Shloer Celebration White Bubbly||47 Kcal|
|Shloer Celebration Pink Fizz||46 Kcal|
Certainly not. Shloer contains no preservatives, artificial colours, sweeteners or flavourings.
Well we aren’t nutritionists at Shloer, but we do know how to make delicious sparkling juice and repeat what we’ve read. Our red grape flavours contain a small percentage of resveratrol as it is found in the skins & seeds of red grapes. It is only a minor phenolic compound (anti-oxidant) which MAY be beneficial to heart conditions. If in doubt, please speak to your physician.
Yes, every flavour of Shloer is gluten free. Enjoy!
Yes. Shloer is free from nuts and sesame seeds.
Yes. Shloer is suitable for vegans.
Not only do glass bottles represent a premium and quality drink, but as we pasteurise our drink (because we don't add any artificial preservatives) we have found that this is the best type of bottle we can use. We are always looking into new types of packaging that might keep our drinks at the same high quality, but we have not yet found anything that matches up to glass.
While we’re not qualified to give medical advice, we can tell you that due to the high fruit content the majority of the sugar in Shloer is fructose. If in doubt, please take the nutritional information found in the drinks section of this site to your doctor or dietician, so they can advise you accordingly.