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BOLTHOUSE FARM’S Green Goodness





Bolthouse Farm's Green Goodness Smoothie / Juice

Maintaining a food blog does nothing for maintaining a waist line.  As I continuously find myself trying new foods or checking out new places, I’ve come to realize I’ve been doing more dieting these days than I care for!  My days of fruits and vegetables stay constant as I never know when I’m going to end up cheating for the sake of Burgers & Bourbon.

This morning I turned to Bolthouse Farm’s Green Goodness juice to knock out a couple servings of fruits and vegetables!  Thick, rich and healthy, this green juice is surprisingly sweet and is made with the freshest ingredients.  In my opinion, it’s the next best thing to actually juicing your greens in-house!

Founded in 1915, Bolthouse Farm prides itself in providing some of the best juice products on the market.  From smoothies to salad dressings, Bolthouse Farms uses the best ingredients.  Originating as a farming company with the distribution of carrots, they have grown into a fledgling business and have become known for their drink variety which many smart grocers keep stocked on their shelves.

No artificial flavors are added to their beverages and they use 100% natural farm-fresh ingredients.  The Green Goodness is a delicious blend of spinach, wheat grass, spirulina, and algae, making it one powerful drink – full of vitamins and nutrients!  It makes for the perfect breakfast, a snack or meal compliment!  I love these juices, and although it’s always best to squeeze your own, Bolthouse Farm doesn’t make for a bad alternative!

For more information, check out www.bolthouse.com

 

BJC.

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9 comments to “BOLTHOUSE FARM’S Green Goodness”

  • Krys, March 27, 2012 at 2:48 pm
    I must say- reading your write ups are starting to annoy me! Who are you to determined whats yummy and nasty? You know jack about culinary and your food taste suck. I'm sick of seeing your budget meals from Sylivas and other holes in HARLEM & Burger King & McDonald. Then when your IRS refund comes in ur ready to post the Ritz Carlton. Ha phu!
    • bjcoleman, March 27, 2012 at 3:34 pm
      Krys, you sound so stupid! My write-ups annoy you, but obviously you keep coming back to read them... If you don't like them, who's holding a gun to your head, making you come to my site everyday?
    • bjcoleman, March 27, 2012 at 3:35 pm
      btw, I know EXACTLY who you are.
  • MELISASource, March 27, 2012 at 11:28 pm
    I Love Bolthouse Farms I usually drink the Vanilla Chai Tea--I don't believe I've seen this one in my area but I will definitely have to find it and give it a try-sounds very good! ~Thanks for sharing!
  • Yas, March 28, 2012 at 11:51 am
    Geez... whoever knew you could get hate on a food blog. Moving along... I love Bolthouse Farms juices they are not only delicious but also filling. @ MELISASource, I never tried the Vanilla Chai Tea. Bolthouse Farms juices are a bit heavy, I thought the Chai Tea would gross me out. I'll give that one a try the next time I go to the store.
  • Severa, March 28, 2012 at 1:21 pm
    I love Bolthouse Farms Green Goodness. It took me a while to try it because I'm addicted to the Green Machine (Naked), but definintely a good choice!
  • Danielle, March 28, 2012 at 1:25 pm
    Don't argue with the HELP BJ - keep doing you and being successful!! I love your blog and sure others do too:-)
  • jdmurphy, March 29, 2012 at 5:08 pm
    hey bj, danielle is right never, ever argue with the help or folk who simply might be jealous. best to ignore them!...anyway, thanks for letting us know about this smoothie and great way to get your veggies in...
  • Masha Dowell, April 20, 2012 at 5:16 pm
    You guys are comedy. I will check this out. Thanks BJ for the tip.