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Jamba Juice Launches a Limited-Edition Line of Almond Milk Smoothies

Jamba Juice Launches a Limited-Edition Line of Almond Milk Smoothies


The new, limited-edition smoothies at Jamba Juice are dairy-free and vegan

The smoothies come in matcha green tea, pumpkin, and peanut butter & berries flavors.

Jamba Juice is launching a new line of almond milk smoothies starting today.

These new smoothies will be offered for a limited time and come in three flavors — peanut butter & berries (blueberries, strawberries, and dates), pumpkin with bananas and a hint of cinnamon and nutmeg, and matcha green tea with kale, bananas, and dates. All of the smoothies are dairy-free and vegan.

“Jamba Juice’s Almond Milk Smoothies offer a delicious and nutritious way for consumers to maintain healthy habits all year long, while still delighting in the indulgent flavors of the season,” Julie Washington, chief marketing and innovation officer of Jamba Juice, said in a statement.

Jamba Juice wanted to incorporate almond milk into their smoothies because they saw all of the health benefits that it reaps. “Almond milk is also fortified with calcium, vitamin D, vitamin A, and vitamin E – a potent antioxidant that helps protect cells against everyday damage,” Liz Ward, a registered dietitian and member of Jamba Juice’s Healthy Living Council, said in a statement.

If you are interested in trying out any of the flavors, Jamba Juice is offering a $3 coupon on their website, valid from September 24-29.


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Ethan’s launched the original ACV shots in 2017, packaging the beverage into 2oz shots for more convenient use. The line comes in Cinnamon Maple, Ginger Pineapple, Blueberry, Turmeric Apple, Beet and Tart Cherry, and each one contains four teaspoons of ACV.

ACV has purported health benefits, including digestion and immune support, curbing hunger and antioxidants. Beyond consumption, it’s also used in skin care, hair care and cleaning products. But with a notoriously unpleasant taste, those interested in drinking it usually add it to sugary mixes.

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Wellness world: Six new functional drinks for 2019

An uptick in ‘health and wellness’ launches usually coincides with the new year and resolution season. Pic: ©GettyImages/Rimma_Bondarenko

Functional ingredients and healthy beverages aren’t new, but there is often an uptick in ‘health and wellness’ launches that coincide with the new year and resolution season. The first few weeks of 2019 have indicated a continued interest in trendy diets and superfood ingredients.

Ethan’s MCT & ACV shots

Ethan's, known for its collection of apple cider vinegar (ACV) shots, introduced a line of MCT shots this fall. Each one blends 8g of coconut MCTs and organic coconut cream with super spices Turmeric Ginger, Orange Cacao, Matcha and Coffee, available now in Whole Foods nationwide.

Ethan’s launched the original ACV shots in 2017, packaging the beverage into 2oz shots for more convenient use. The line comes in Cinnamon Maple, Ginger Pineapple, Blueberry, Turmeric Apple, Beet and Tart Cherry, and each one contains four teaspoons of ACV.

ACV has purported health benefits, including digestion and immune support, curbing hunger and antioxidants. Beyond consumption, it’s also used in skin care, hair care and cleaning products. But with a notoriously unpleasant taste, those interested in drinking it usually add it to sugary mixes.

Crystal Cascio of Ethan’s said, “Research has suggested taking apple cider vinegar after meals may help with weight loss. The acetic acid content of apple cider vinegar has been linked to a variety of potential health benefits, including curbing hunger. Although further studies on apple cider vinegar and weight loss are needed, apple cider vinegar is relatively safe and contains vitamins, minerals, probiotics and acetic acid.”


Wellness world: Six new functional drinks for 2019

An uptick in ‘health and wellness’ launches usually coincides with the new year and resolution season. Pic: ©GettyImages/Rimma_Bondarenko

Functional ingredients and healthy beverages aren’t new, but there is often an uptick in ‘health and wellness’ launches that coincide with the new year and resolution season. The first few weeks of 2019 have indicated a continued interest in trendy diets and superfood ingredients.

Ethan’s MCT & ACV shots

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Ethan’s launched the original ACV shots in 2017, packaging the beverage into 2oz shots for more convenient use. The line comes in Cinnamon Maple, Ginger Pineapple, Blueberry, Turmeric Apple, Beet and Tart Cherry, and each one contains four teaspoons of ACV.

ACV has purported health benefits, including digestion and immune support, curbing hunger and antioxidants. Beyond consumption, it’s also used in skin care, hair care and cleaning products. But with a notoriously unpleasant taste, those interested in drinking it usually add it to sugary mixes.

Crystal Cascio of Ethan’s said, “Research has suggested taking apple cider vinegar after meals may help with weight loss. The acetic acid content of apple cider vinegar has been linked to a variety of potential health benefits, including curbing hunger. Although further studies on apple cider vinegar and weight loss are needed, apple cider vinegar is relatively safe and contains vitamins, minerals, probiotics and acetic acid.”


Wellness world: Six new functional drinks for 2019

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Functional ingredients and healthy beverages aren’t new, but there is often an uptick in ‘health and wellness’ launches that coincide with the new year and resolution season. The first few weeks of 2019 have indicated a continued interest in trendy diets and superfood ingredients.

Ethan’s MCT & ACV shots

Ethan's, known for its collection of apple cider vinegar (ACV) shots, introduced a line of MCT shots this fall. Each one blends 8g of coconut MCTs and organic coconut cream with super spices Turmeric Ginger, Orange Cacao, Matcha and Coffee, available now in Whole Foods nationwide.

Ethan’s launched the original ACV shots in 2017, packaging the beverage into 2oz shots for more convenient use. The line comes in Cinnamon Maple, Ginger Pineapple, Blueberry, Turmeric Apple, Beet and Tart Cherry, and each one contains four teaspoons of ACV.

ACV has purported health benefits, including digestion and immune support, curbing hunger and antioxidants. Beyond consumption, it’s also used in skin care, hair care and cleaning products. But with a notoriously unpleasant taste, those interested in drinking it usually add it to sugary mixes.

Crystal Cascio of Ethan’s said, “Research has suggested taking apple cider vinegar after meals may help with weight loss. The acetic acid content of apple cider vinegar has been linked to a variety of potential health benefits, including curbing hunger. Although further studies on apple cider vinegar and weight loss are needed, apple cider vinegar is relatively safe and contains vitamins, minerals, probiotics and acetic acid.”


Wellness world: Six new functional drinks for 2019

An uptick in ‘health and wellness’ launches usually coincides with the new year and resolution season. Pic: ©GettyImages/Rimma_Bondarenko

Functional ingredients and healthy beverages aren’t new, but there is often an uptick in ‘health and wellness’ launches that coincide with the new year and resolution season. The first few weeks of 2019 have indicated a continued interest in trendy diets and superfood ingredients.

Ethan’s MCT & ACV shots

Ethan's, known for its collection of apple cider vinegar (ACV) shots, introduced a line of MCT shots this fall. Each one blends 8g of coconut MCTs and organic coconut cream with super spices Turmeric Ginger, Orange Cacao, Matcha and Coffee, available now in Whole Foods nationwide.

Ethan’s launched the original ACV shots in 2017, packaging the beverage into 2oz shots for more convenient use. The line comes in Cinnamon Maple, Ginger Pineapple, Blueberry, Turmeric Apple, Beet and Tart Cherry, and each one contains four teaspoons of ACV.

ACV has purported health benefits, including digestion and immune support, curbing hunger and antioxidants. Beyond consumption, it’s also used in skin care, hair care and cleaning products. But with a notoriously unpleasant taste, those interested in drinking it usually add it to sugary mixes.

Crystal Cascio of Ethan’s said, “Research has suggested taking apple cider vinegar after meals may help with weight loss. The acetic acid content of apple cider vinegar has been linked to a variety of potential health benefits, including curbing hunger. Although further studies on apple cider vinegar and weight loss are needed, apple cider vinegar is relatively safe and contains vitamins, minerals, probiotics and acetic acid.”


Wellness world: Six new functional drinks for 2019

An uptick in ‘health and wellness’ launches usually coincides with the new year and resolution season. Pic: ©GettyImages/Rimma_Bondarenko

Functional ingredients and healthy beverages aren’t new, but there is often an uptick in ‘health and wellness’ launches that coincide with the new year and resolution season. The first few weeks of 2019 have indicated a continued interest in trendy diets and superfood ingredients.

Ethan’s MCT & ACV shots

Ethan's, known for its collection of apple cider vinegar (ACV) shots, introduced a line of MCT shots this fall. Each one blends 8g of coconut MCTs and organic coconut cream with super spices Turmeric Ginger, Orange Cacao, Matcha and Coffee, available now in Whole Foods nationwide.

Ethan’s launched the original ACV shots in 2017, packaging the beverage into 2oz shots for more convenient use. The line comes in Cinnamon Maple, Ginger Pineapple, Blueberry, Turmeric Apple, Beet and Tart Cherry, and each one contains four teaspoons of ACV.

ACV has purported health benefits, including digestion and immune support, curbing hunger and antioxidants. Beyond consumption, it’s also used in skin care, hair care and cleaning products. But with a notoriously unpleasant taste, those interested in drinking it usually add it to sugary mixes.

Crystal Cascio of Ethan’s said, “Research has suggested taking apple cider vinegar after meals may help with weight loss. The acetic acid content of apple cider vinegar has been linked to a variety of potential health benefits, including curbing hunger. Although further studies on apple cider vinegar and weight loss are needed, apple cider vinegar is relatively safe and contains vitamins, minerals, probiotics and acetic acid.”


Wellness world: Six new functional drinks for 2019

An uptick in ‘health and wellness’ launches usually coincides with the new year and resolution season. Pic: ©GettyImages/Rimma_Bondarenko

Functional ingredients and healthy beverages aren’t new, but there is often an uptick in ‘health and wellness’ launches that coincide with the new year and resolution season. The first few weeks of 2019 have indicated a continued interest in trendy diets and superfood ingredients.

Ethan’s MCT & ACV shots

Ethan's, known for its collection of apple cider vinegar (ACV) shots, introduced a line of MCT shots this fall. Each one blends 8g of coconut MCTs and organic coconut cream with super spices Turmeric Ginger, Orange Cacao, Matcha and Coffee, available now in Whole Foods nationwide.

Ethan’s launched the original ACV shots in 2017, packaging the beverage into 2oz shots for more convenient use. The line comes in Cinnamon Maple, Ginger Pineapple, Blueberry, Turmeric Apple, Beet and Tart Cherry, and each one contains four teaspoons of ACV.

ACV has purported health benefits, including digestion and immune support, curbing hunger and antioxidants. Beyond consumption, it’s also used in skin care, hair care and cleaning products. But with a notoriously unpleasant taste, those interested in drinking it usually add it to sugary mixes.

Crystal Cascio of Ethan’s said, “Research has suggested taking apple cider vinegar after meals may help with weight loss. The acetic acid content of apple cider vinegar has been linked to a variety of potential health benefits, including curbing hunger. Although further studies on apple cider vinegar and weight loss are needed, apple cider vinegar is relatively safe and contains vitamins, minerals, probiotics and acetic acid.”


Wellness world: Six new functional drinks for 2019

An uptick in ‘health and wellness’ launches usually coincides with the new year and resolution season. Pic: ©GettyImages/Rimma_Bondarenko

Functional ingredients and healthy beverages aren’t new, but there is often an uptick in ‘health and wellness’ launches that coincide with the new year and resolution season. The first few weeks of 2019 have indicated a continued interest in trendy diets and superfood ingredients.

Ethan’s MCT & ACV shots

Ethan's, known for its collection of apple cider vinegar (ACV) shots, introduced a line of MCT shots this fall. Each one blends 8g of coconut MCTs and organic coconut cream with super spices Turmeric Ginger, Orange Cacao, Matcha and Coffee, available now in Whole Foods nationwide.

Ethan’s launched the original ACV shots in 2017, packaging the beverage into 2oz shots for more convenient use. The line comes in Cinnamon Maple, Ginger Pineapple, Blueberry, Turmeric Apple, Beet and Tart Cherry, and each one contains four teaspoons of ACV.

ACV has purported health benefits, including digestion and immune support, curbing hunger and antioxidants. Beyond consumption, it’s also used in skin care, hair care and cleaning products. But with a notoriously unpleasant taste, those interested in drinking it usually add it to sugary mixes.

Crystal Cascio of Ethan’s said, “Research has suggested taking apple cider vinegar after meals may help with weight loss. The acetic acid content of apple cider vinegar has been linked to a variety of potential health benefits, including curbing hunger. Although further studies on apple cider vinegar and weight loss are needed, apple cider vinegar is relatively safe and contains vitamins, minerals, probiotics and acetic acid.”


Wellness world: Six new functional drinks for 2019

An uptick in ‘health and wellness’ launches usually coincides with the new year and resolution season. Pic: ©GettyImages/Rimma_Bondarenko

Functional ingredients and healthy beverages aren’t new, but there is often an uptick in ‘health and wellness’ launches that coincide with the new year and resolution season. The first few weeks of 2019 have indicated a continued interest in trendy diets and superfood ingredients.

Ethan’s MCT & ACV shots

Ethan's, known for its collection of apple cider vinegar (ACV) shots, introduced a line of MCT shots this fall. Each one blends 8g of coconut MCTs and organic coconut cream with super spices Turmeric Ginger, Orange Cacao, Matcha and Coffee, available now in Whole Foods nationwide.

Ethan’s launched the original ACV shots in 2017, packaging the beverage into 2oz shots for more convenient use. The line comes in Cinnamon Maple, Ginger Pineapple, Blueberry, Turmeric Apple, Beet and Tart Cherry, and each one contains four teaspoons of ACV.

ACV has purported health benefits, including digestion and immune support, curbing hunger and antioxidants. Beyond consumption, it’s also used in skin care, hair care and cleaning products. But with a notoriously unpleasant taste, those interested in drinking it usually add it to sugary mixes.

Crystal Cascio of Ethan’s said, “Research has suggested taking apple cider vinegar after meals may help with weight loss. The acetic acid content of apple cider vinegar has been linked to a variety of potential health benefits, including curbing hunger. Although further studies on apple cider vinegar and weight loss are needed, apple cider vinegar is relatively safe and contains vitamins, minerals, probiotics and acetic acid.”


Wellness world: Six new functional drinks for 2019

An uptick in ‘health and wellness’ launches usually coincides with the new year and resolution season. Pic: ©GettyImages/Rimma_Bondarenko

Functional ingredients and healthy beverages aren’t new, but there is often an uptick in ‘health and wellness’ launches that coincide with the new year and resolution season. The first few weeks of 2019 have indicated a continued interest in trendy diets and superfood ingredients.

Ethan’s MCT & ACV shots

Ethan's, known for its collection of apple cider vinegar (ACV) shots, introduced a line of MCT shots this fall. Each one blends 8g of coconut MCTs and organic coconut cream with super spices Turmeric Ginger, Orange Cacao, Matcha and Coffee, available now in Whole Foods nationwide.

Ethan’s launched the original ACV shots in 2017, packaging the beverage into 2oz shots for more convenient use. The line comes in Cinnamon Maple, Ginger Pineapple, Blueberry, Turmeric Apple, Beet and Tart Cherry, and each one contains four teaspoons of ACV.

ACV has purported health benefits, including digestion and immune support, curbing hunger and antioxidants. Beyond consumption, it’s also used in skin care, hair care and cleaning products. But with a notoriously unpleasant taste, those interested in drinking it usually add it to sugary mixes.

Crystal Cascio of Ethan’s said, “Research has suggested taking apple cider vinegar after meals may help with weight loss. The acetic acid content of apple cider vinegar has been linked to a variety of potential health benefits, including curbing hunger. Although further studies on apple cider vinegar and weight loss are needed, apple cider vinegar is relatively safe and contains vitamins, minerals, probiotics and acetic acid.”


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