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Airborne Very Berry Effervescent Tablets, 10 ct (1000mg of Vitamin C) is on Amazon Fresh Deals for only $0.25 until 10/6/17. Limit one per order.

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Not a deal for all. You need to add it's part of "Prime Fresh".
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Not a deal for all. You need to add it's part of "Prime Fresh".
Is Prime fresh different than Prime? I don't live in a big city that has it but I assumed it was just part of your account.
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Not available in Phoenix yet
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I started amazon fresh beginning of this year. Saved me so much time going to Costco, looking for parking, waiting to pay.
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Is Prime fresh different than Prime? I don't live in a big city that has it but I assumed it was just part of your account.
AmazonFresh is a grocery delivery and pickup service available exclusively to Prime members in select cities. Prime members can get the benefits of AmazonFresh for an additional monthly membership fee of $14.99.
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AmazonFresh is a grocery delivery and pickup service available exclusively to Prime members in select cities. Prime members can get the benefits of AmazonFresh for an additional monthly membership fee of $14.99.
Oh Wow, $15 on top of Prime.
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Oh Wow, $15 on top of Prime.
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The product does nothing, so please be advised that you're just buying 2.5¢ fizzy tablets that you can replicate with a bit of baking soda if you so desire.

See the outcomes of the 2008 lawsuit where they had to pull and revise their advertising claims; it was unanimously agreed that there was no supportable health outcome for anyone not already deficient in the vitamin C involved, which almost nobody is and anyone can get plenty of with very simple dietary adjustments.

https://sciencebasedmedicine.org/...vertising/

I'd encourage people to not buy these products just out of the principle of the sales numbers encouraging continued and future production of snake oil "health products." But it's 25¢, so whatever; you now have my 2¢.
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The product does nothing, so please be advised that you're just buying 2.5¢ fizzy tablets that you can replicate with a bit of baking soda if you so desire.

See the outcomes of the 2008 lawsuit where they had to pull and revise their advertising claims; it was unanimously agreed that there was no supportable health outcome for anyone not already deficient in the vitamin C involved, which almost nobody is and anyone can get plenty of with very simple dietary adjustments.

https://sciencebasedmedicine.org/...vertising/ [sciencebasedmedicine.org]

I'd encourage people to not buy these products just out of the principle of the sales numbers encouraging continued and future production of snake oil "health products." But it's 25¢, so whatever; you now have my 2¢.
This. Yes. I was hoping someone would call this out. I don't understand people who still buy this stuff to "prepare" for a flight or cold season.
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The product does nothing, so please be advised that you're just buying 2.5¢ fizzy tablets that you can replicate with a bit of baking soda if you so desire.

See the outcomes of the 2008 lawsuit where they had to pull and revise their advertising claims; it was unanimously agreed that there was no supportable health outcome for anyone not already deficient in the vitamin C involved, which almost nobody is and anyone can get plenty of with very simple dietary adjustments.

https://sciencebasedmedicine.org/...vertising/

I'd encourage people to not buy these products just out of the principle of the sales numbers encouraging continued and future production of snake oil "health products." But it's 25¢, so whatever; you now have my 2¢.
"Developed by a school teacher!".

Because school teachers are better than developing pharmaceuticals.....
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The product does nothing, so please be advised that you're just buying 2.5¢ fizzy tablets that you can replicate with a bit of baking soda if you so desire.

See the outcomes of the 2008 lawsuit where they had to pull and revise their advertising claims; it was unanimously agreed that there was no supportable health outcome for anyone not already deficient in the vitamin C involved, which almost nobody is and anyone can get plenty of with very simple dietary adjustments.

https://sciencebasedmedicine.org/...vertising/

I'd encourage people to not buy these products just out of the principle of the sales numbers encouraging continued and future production of snake oil "health products." But it's 25¢, so whatever; you now have my 2¢.

thanks for the information.
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The product does nothing, so please be advised that you're just buying 2.5¢ fizzy tablets that you can replicate with a bit of baking soda if you so desire.

See the outcomes of the 2008 lawsuit where they had to pull and revise their advertising claims; it was unanimously agreed that there was no supportable health outcome for anyone not already deficient in the vitamin C involved, which almost nobody is and anyone can get plenty of with very simple dietary adjustments.

https://sciencebasedmedicine.org/...vertising/

I'd encourage people to not buy these products just out of the principle of the sales numbers encouraging continued and future production of snake oil "health products." But it's 25¢, so whatever; you now have my 2¢.
You must also believe multivitamins "do nothing". Yes this is just an overpriced multivitamin but you're claiming that a multivitamin is the same as baking soda and would have no benefit at all to your immune system.
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You must also believe multivitamins "do nothing". Yes this is just an overpriced multivitamin but you're claiming that a multivitamin is the same as baking soda and would have no benefit at all to your immune system.
Ah.... they don't. Sure, if you have some dietary issues and are deficient, they may make up for that deficiency. But if you are otherwise healthy, they "do nothing". As with salt, we need to stop applying what's good for sick people to everyone. What's good for someone that is sick is not necessarily good for someone that is healthy.

https://www.webmd.com/vitamins-an...vitamins#1
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These are a lifesaver for me. I can't stand flying. Thanks
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