Tuesday, November 4, 2008

RW Knudsen Acai Berry Juice

Last week I promised to tell you what I think about Knudsen's Acai Berry Juice. If you're not yet familiar with it, this little berry from the Amazon (pronounced ah-sigh-ee) is the hot health food. Google acai and you'll find people claiming all kinds of health benefits from weight loss to blood glucose, heart and cancer benefits. All that baloney aside, it is one very potent little berry, loaded with antioxidants.

I've tried it in several different forms, including one so bitter it was barely edible. Acai ice cream seemed like a good idea but it fell short in flavor. RW Knudsen usually makes a decent juice, so my hopes rose again when I saw their version of acai juice. It's a blend of fruit juices, primarily apple. The result is a slightly familiar tasting, pleasantly sweet juice the color of cherries. I suspect a lot of children would readily drink it.

The juice runs about $5 at my local grocery store, in line with other organic juices. A bargain when one considers that most single serving acai juices sell for $3 - $4 a pop.

Four cupcakes.


Gojiberries said...

Thank for nice info about the healthy Acai Berry Juice.The juice extracted out of this magical berry is pure and natural. Acai Berry Liquid increases your potential to fight cardiovascular and heart ailments.

Robertsoncoyd said...

As we all know that the acai berry is one of the great fruit. You can make a juice is well. It has so many benefit for body, you can lose weight to observe more antioxidants is well.

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