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  • Celestial

    $3.25 $2.25

    Organic Orange Mango Juice Drink

    For those who prefer the exotic over the everyday, the mango is a nice alternative to the more popular fruits like apples, oranges, and grapes.

    Mangoes are sweet and fragrant, with an interesting consistency that people tend to enjoy. They are best when eaten super ripe, to get that softer texture that almost melts in your mouth. They can be a bit fibrous, however. 

    Mangos are delicious diced and eaten on their own or added to fruit salads and light dishes. They can also be incorporated into smoothies for a tropical sensation sip by sip. Orange and mango taste terrific together. 

  • Gefen


    100% Apple Juice 4 ct – Case

    They say, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away,” and the popular sentiment has tangible truth behind it. Not only are apples delicious, but they are a staple of a well-balanced diet, filled with feel-good flavor. There are many varieties of apples, including Granny Smith, Red and Golden Delicious, Cortland, Fuji, Gala, Honeycrisp, Pink Lady, Lemonade Apples, McIntosh, Empire, and more.

  • KP

    ReaLemon | 48 fl oz


    ReaLemon Lemon Juice

    Most people use lemons as garnish and to add a brighter flavor to their favorite foods. Unlike other fruits, nearly no one eats a lemon whole, as they would an orange or a grapefruit. We love fresh lemonade, a squeeze of lemon on fish or chicken, a splash in salads, and so forth.

    A little goes a long way, and the health benefits of lemons add up. Be sure to grab a few at your supermarket or Kosher grocery store. Here’s what lemons have to offer, beyond their tart taste.

  • Golden Flow | 59 fl oz

  • KP

    Jump | 1.5 Liter


    Diet Grapefruit Juice

    Those who enjoy the fresh taste of citrus fruits are surely fans of the grapefruit. The tart and slightly sweet flavor is mild yet mouthwatering, and the juiciness is refreshing and light.

    Some people start the day with a whole grapefruit, perhaps sprinkled with a little sugar or a drizzle of honey. It’s a perfect addition to fresh fruit salads, and adds taste and texture to yogurt, cereal, oatmeal, and cottage cheese.

    You can even incorporate grapefruit into savory dishes, balancing out the dish and adding a sweet-sour note.

    As for beverages, freshly squeezed grapefruit juice is always tasty, and you can even blend segments into smoothies. A splash goes well in cocktails (and “mocktails”) too.

    Here are some of the health benefits of grapefruit. Read on to learn more about this popular citrus fruit and why it’s so good for you.

  • Wonder Melon | 8.45 fl oz


    Wonder  Melon

    Summer isn’t the same without fresh and juicy watermelon to refresh us after a hot afternoon under the sun. It’s a staple at picnics and barbeques, and the sweet flavor is a crowd favorite. Kids and adults alike can’t get enough, and the fruit’s large size means there’s plenty to go ‘round.

    Here are some health benefits of watermelon, taking the enjoyment up a notch. When what you love to eat is also good for you, it’s a no-brainer when it comes to snack time. Serve it by the slice, in fruit salads, or with crumbled feta over greens. Blend it into a smoothie or freeze popsicles. When in season, get watermelon at your grocery or Kosher market. Watermelon, cucumber, and basil taste so good together.