Naked Juice Review

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Is Your Juice Naked?

Disclosure – SCM (SocialCafe Magazine) was NOT provided FREE product(s) to complete this review.

The Naked Juice product line consists of more than 20 variants of straight and blended 100-percent fruit and vegetable juices. Some of the products are produced in a smoothie consistency, while others remain in juice form.

The juices are a combination of flash pasteurized fruits, vegetable juices and purees. Among the primary flavors of Naked Juice are strawberry banana, blue machine (blueberry, blackberry and banana blend), orange mango and berry veggie which contains purple carrots, red beets, sweet potatoes, sweet corn, chick peas, sweet cherries, strawberries, plum, apple, and a hint of lemon.

In addition to juice flavor variants, since 2006 additional Naked Juice versions have been produced with a focus on specific health aspects such as digestion, protein and reduced-caloric content. In 2007, Naked Juice Probiotic was introduced, having been represented as the first 100-percent juice smoothie to contain probiotics for the aid in digestion.

A Protein-Focused line of Naked Juice smoothies (marketed as protein zone) was first introduced in the early 2000’s, with the addition of mango and double berry flavors in 2009. Two Reduced-Calorie Naked Juice smoothies were introduced in 2010: tropical and peach guava. Both of these products contain coconut juice, which is naturally lower in caloric content in comparison to other fruits. Also in 2010, The Naked Juice Company added a 100-percent coconut water product, marketed under the name Naked Coconut Water, and sold within the U.S. in Whole Foods stores.

Recently they introduced the Naked Fruit Juice & Oat  blends which come in Apple Raisin Oat, Blueberry Oat and Peach Mango Oat.

Naked Juice drinks are produced in 10, 15.2, 32, 64, and 128-US fluid ounce sizes; though not all flavors are packaged in all size formats. In 2009, Naked Juice changed the packaging used for its 32-ounce bottles to a variant consisting of 100-percent post-consumer recycled plastic PET (polyethylene terephthalate), the first beverage with national distribution in the United States to implement this packaging type. The new bottle design, referred to as “reNEWabottle” by the company, was extended to the 10, 15.2 and 64-ounce sizes in 2010, resulting in the reduction in new plastic consumption by a rate of 7,000,000 pounds (3,175,147 kg) per year.

We tried several Naked Fruit drink blends and we love them all. The smooth texture, the perfect fruit and veggie balance, even the oats give this drinks an amazing and unique taste. We love the natural no sugar added, no preservatives offered in the Naked Juice products. Most of their products are also vegan approved.

What can you expect to find in the Naked Juices:

Boosts We Use Include:

Barley Grass, Biotin, Blue Green Algae, Broccoli, Chlorella, Choline, Fiber, Garlic, Ginger, Parsley, Grape Seed Extract, Soy Protein, Spinach, Spirulina, Vitamin A, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Wheat Grass, Whey Protein and Zinc.

The Naked Fruit products are available in many local grocery stores. You can find a location near you using their Store Locator. Prices will vary from store to store. To find out more about Naked Fruit company and their products please visit their website!

Disclosure – SCM (SocialCafe Magazine) was NOT provided a FREE product(s) by the above mentioned company or their PR Representative to complete this review. The product(s) mentioned above was purchased by SCM (SocialCafe Magazine) staff and this review is a way for us to share with you our favorite products. All of the opinions are strictly of the SCM (SocialCafe Magazine) and SCM (SocialCafe Magazine) staff and no one else. The opinions are honest and not influenced by anyone in any way.

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