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Everipe

Everipe

Superfood Smoothie Kit - Tropical Zing (2-Pack)

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INGREDIENTS:

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ABOUT:

The subtle zing of turmeric and ginger plus the mango and pineapple make this immune-boosting smoothie the ultimate rejuvenator. The Superfoods add an extra kick of nutrients to keep you recharged and in charge. 

Everipe smoothie kits are freeze-dried to preserve more nutrients and flavor than traditional freezing. The best part? You can store it in the pantry, saving you room in your freezer.

HOW TO ENJOY:

Simply blend with one cup of ice and one cup of water (or milk) and you're on your way, nourished! 

PACK SIZES:

Two 1.5oz packages. Each creates one 12oz smoothie when blended. 

MORE ABOUT EVERIPE:

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ALLERGY WARNING:

Contains bee pollen. Packaged in a facility that packages various types of tree nuts. 

Legal Disclaimer Statements regarding dietary supplements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition.

MEET THE MAKER

Everipe

Everipe

Meet Kerry, Co-founder of Everipe - a whole new way to smoothie using freeze-dried fruits that stay 'forever ripe' (so you can too). 100% clean and plant based, their superfood kits blend up easily with ice + water (or a favorite milk). Maybe best of all? These delicious smoothies store in the pantry - no need to jam up your freezer.

Fun Fact: Freeze drying was first used hundreds of years ago by the Inca tribes high in the Andes mountains. They would use the frigid glacial streams and sunshine to make their foods 'forever ripe' as they traveled from village to village.