It’s no secret that I am a HUGE fan of Los Angeles based PALETA Farm to Table Meal Delivery Service, and if I could afford it, I would eat Chef Kelly’s inspired tasty and healthy eats everyday. And PALETA’s fresh pressed juices are pretty spectacular, and when I heard they were offering an All Green Juice Sampler in honor of Earth Day, I just had to try it!
PALETA Earth Day Green Sampler Pack ($69) contains the following six fresh & tasty green juices:
Green Dream (2): Celery, Collards, Apple, Alkalized H2O, Lemon & Chlorophyll – Surprisingly yummy tasting & refreshing
Kale Kooler: Kale, Jicama, Pineapple, Lime, Cilantro & Serrano – Thirst quenching and energizing
Sonic Tonic: Collards, Celery, Cucumber, Spinach, Romaine, Pear & Lemon – Green Fuel for the body
Key Lime Serran-Aide: Lime, Alkalized H2O, Coconut Nectar & Serrano – Yummy and a little spicy
Magic Milkshake in Pistachio Paradise: Almonds, Pistachios, Dates, Coconut, Vanilla, Cinnamon, Chlorophyll, Mint & Sea Salt – A deelish good for you dessert that totally satisfies your sweet cravings
And probably the best thing about the Green Sampler Pack is that for each pack purchased, PALETA will plant a tree on your behalf through their partnership with the Earth Day Network’s Canopy Project. So not only are you doing something good for your body, but you are taking care of our planet too!
I really enjoyed this all green juice sampler. The juices were tasty, refreshing, satisfying and energizing. I drank two a day over the course of three days and sipped them in place of a meal or as a rejuvenating snack. While all the juices were tasty, my favorite was the Green Dream because it had the perfect balance of good for you ingredients and a yummy refreshing flavor that appealed to my palate.
So do yourself and the environment a favor and treat yourself to an Earth Day Green Juice Sampler Pack HERE
CHEERS to making Greener Choices in Honor of Earth Day!
Disclosure: PALETA sent me their Green Juice Sampler for editorial consideration but all opinions and green musings are my own.