Bolthouse Farms Green Goodness

2 years ago

Lately I`ve been toying with the idea of juicing. I figured before I went all in buying the fruits and vegetables to juice I`d buy something off the shelf to try beforehand ... just to see if it`s something my taste buds agreed with. I`ve seen the Bolthouse Farms Green Goodness in the prepared juices section of my grocery store time and time again.

After comparing some of the available green juice options, I felt Green Goodness (I call it Green Goddess ... it wasn`t until I read the label I realized I was wrong the whole time) was the best to give a whirl. The juice has apple, pineapple, mango, banana, kiwi, spinach, cucumber, green tea, garlic, broccoli, wheat grass, etc. in it. Admittedly looking at it ... it looks daunting and since I have some textural issues I wasn`t sure if I`d be able to drink it.

Surprisingly so ... this is quite delicious! It`s NOT thick, but it`s thicker than say, your average beverage - water/soda, but it`s not as thick as a smoothie ... it`s kind of in between but more on the waterier side of the spectrum. What I like about this is as an introduction to green juices this is sweet. You can taste the apple, pineapple, mango ... while in the background you can taste a hint of banana and spinach. The `green` part of it is muted by the natural sweetness of the fruit and juices used.

Even though I no longer drink juice (apple, orange, etc.) I found this to be quite enjoyable. If I were to make it at home I would cut back on the sweetness but it`s a foot in the `right` direction. I plan on keeping the flavors in this juice in mind when I go out shopping to pick up some goodies to make my own green juice at home.

The 15.2 fl ounce bottle contains two 8 fl oz servings, 140 calories a serving or 4 points plus - or the whole bottle is 280 calories or 7 points plus values.

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