Sunday, February 10, 2013


OVERWHELMED is the best word I can use to describe my reaction to these ridiculously colorful and interesting samples of Suja, a brand new line of top-shelf bottled juices. First off, even though these juices are designed for "serious juicers," I (a gluten-meat-potato-eating person) loved them.
They are such a refereshing alternative to one-dimensional juices that deliver so much sugar that I refuse to drink them. And the unexpected flavor profiles are stellar.
Cayenne in my lemonade? Apple and lemon in my kale-collard juice? Celery and beets and cucumbers in my apple juice? Strawberry-lemon-raspberry-cayenne? Coconut-honey-almond juice? Now that's dessert!
Besides being tasty, low in calories and nutritious, the blend of fruits and veggies provide a perfect balance of sweetness that supports the true and tasty profile of the freshly pressed vegetables and fruits. Keep in mind that is not V-8 juice -- it's not sweet juice covering up the secret ingredient of vegetable juice. 
Eric Ethans, owner and founder of the San Diego-based company is now selling his line of 11 cold-pressed juices at Whole Foods and online. And now for the down-side to these juices: Since they are literally juiced from piles of fresh, organic produce, they're pricey. They cost $6.99 to $8.99 per 16-ounce bottle. But it's OK! You're worth it!

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