Juice is fluid fruit. It’s veritable veggies. It’s all the goodness of fresh-picked produce, pulverized to a pulp and delivered up in a cup with nothing else added... at least, that’s what juice should be. Trader Joe’s Cold Pressed Red Juice IS just as it should be.
Each 15.2-ounce, 110-calorie bottle contains an impressive one-and-a-quarter medium beets, half a cucumber (almost), one-and-a-half stalks of celery, one medium apple, two-and-a-quarter carrots, one-third pound of spinach, and two inches of ginger. We “juice” it all in a slow hydraulic press for maximum liquid extraction. Once bottled, our juice goes through a cold, water-pressure method called HPP (High Pressure Processing). This process guarantees a juice that’s safe to drink, without reducing its nutritional benefits or fresh flavor.
Now, on to more pressing issues... How does it taste? Trader Joe’s Cold Pressed Red Juice has an earthy beet flavor with a ginger finish.
One single question remains: With all the trendy cold pressed juice bars popping up, why choose to buy your juice from Trader Joe’s? 15.2 ounces of 100% juice for just $4.99—that’s why! You’ll be hard-pressed to find a similar Red Juice at such a value anywhere else.
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