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Odwalla Juice Breakdown

When you have a craving for a sweet, flavorful drink but don't want soda because it's made with refined sugar and chemicals, remember that juice is an option. The juice that you can find just about anywhere is Odwalla. They're fresh and come in a variety of choices so you can satisfy whatever taste you're craving. If you've ever wondered how all their beverages compare, check out this breakdown.

Serving Size = 8 ounces (about two servings per container) Calories Total Fat (g) Sodium (mg) Carbs (g) Sugars (g) Protein (g)
Super Protein: Chocolate Protein 170 3.5 240 24 20 10
Super Protein: Original 190 1 180 35 29 10
Super Protein: Pumpkin Protein 160 3.5 115 22 17 10
Super Protein: Vanilla Al'Mondo 190 6 80 25 19 10

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Serving Size = 8 ounces (about two servings per container) Calories Total Fat (g) Sodium (mg) Carbs (g) Sugars (g) Protein (g)
Blueberry B Monster 140 0 10 34 23 0
Carrot Juice 70 0 160 15 13 2
Citrus C Monster 150 0 15 36 27 2
Strawberry C Monster 160 0 20 38 29 2
Lemonade 120 0 10 30 28 0
Strawberry Lemonade 110 0 10 28 25 0
Summertime Lime 120 0 10 29 27 0
Serious Energy: Tropical Energy 160 0 20 39 30 1
Serious Focus: Apple Raspberry 170 0 15 40 37 0
Superfood Original 130 .5 10 30 25 1
Superfood: Berries GoMega 160 2 15 34 24 2
Mango Tango 150 1 10 34 30 1
Strawberry Banana 130 0 0 31 26 1
Orange Juice 110 0 15 25 24 1
Mojito Mambo 50 0 5 14 12 0
Pomegranate Strawberry 50 0 10 14 12 0
Pomegrand: Pomegranate Juice 160 0 30 40 31 0
Pomegrand: Pomegranate Berry 140 0 20 35 27 0
Pomegrand: Pomegranate Limeade 120 9 10 30 27 0
Mo' Beta 150 0 15 37 26 1

When drinking up, remember the bottle contains two servings. Why not share your bottle with a friend?

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la-dee-da-dee la-dee-da-dee 7 years
mmm so delicious!
amandaaa amandaaa 7 years
they're pretty yummy but not something i'd drink often due to the high calorie per serving, and there's often 2 servings per bottle.
OfRealLovin OfRealLovin 7 years
There is a difference between sugar, and natural sugar. If you don't want to drink Odwalla or Naked, you're only cutting fruit out of your diet. Don't be &%tarded.
cotedazur cotedazur 7 years
The green Superfood used to be my lifeline in high school and college... too bad it's not available in France! Still trying to find a European substitute. And yeah, the sugar content in juice comes from fruit. There's no added sugars - flipping out over the sugar content in these is like cutting oranges out of your diet because they're too high in sugar.
vrico2005 vrico2005 7 years
I LOVE the Pumpkin protein but it's seasonal!!!
minxa25 minxa25 7 years
god i though was an independent company. oh it just had to own by coke ( so annoying) and the content is sugar awfull. same a coke.
ginafly ginafly 7 years
Odwalla is owned by Coke. Coke supports violence against labor leaders in Latin America. So worry a bit less about the sugar and a bit more about funding evil. http://www.killercoke.org/ Now, back when these drinks (well, slightly better tasting versions thereof) were called Fresh Samantha, a small, Maine-based company, they were cool.
misskacie misskacie 7 years
Meh. I still feel guilty if I drink the stuff. Water and an orange or an apple really fill me up better, anyway.
Smacks83 Smacks83 7 years
Remember that the sugar in most of the fruit ones is from the actual fruit (not like the Limeade or lemonade, that's added sugars).I remember a friend of mine was appalled by how much sugar was in a cup of berries, screaming "I thought they were healthy!"That was a long explanation. The reason you are better off eating the whole fruit is due to the fiber (that's what make you feel fuller, longer). These are fine in moderation
Smacks83 Smacks83 7 years
Remember that the sugar in most of the fruit ones is from the actual fruit (not like the Limeade or lemonade, that's added sugars). I remember a friend of mine was appalled by how much sugar was in a cup of berries, screaming "I thought they were healthy!" That was a long explanation. The reason you are better off eating the whole fruit is due to the fiber (that's what make you feel fuller, longer). These are fine in moderation
NatashaAlexis NatashaAlexis 7 years
I prefure Naked, nice post!
NatashaAlexis NatashaAlexis 7 years
I prefure Naked, nice post!
mod16 mod16 7 years
plus.. the sugar in these drinks are from fruit. added sugar, which is not found in any of these drinks is constituted as any sugar that is not the natural form of sugar. ex. aspartame. i loveeee these drinks! i usually have one of these for my lunch and some have an extra energy boost that allows me to keep going throughout the day! my favorites are strawberry banana and mango tango!!
mod16 mod16 7 years
plus.. the sugar in these drinks are from fruit. added sugar, which is not found in any of these drinks is constituted as any sugar that is not the natural form of sugar. ex. aspartame. i loveeee these drinks! i usually have one of these for my lunch and some have an extra energy boost that allows me to keep going throughout the day! my favorites are strawberry banana and mango tango!!
plus_2_kid plus_2_kid 7 years
woops - that other post was talking about 40-45 g ADDED sugar.What constitutes ADDED sugar?
plus_2_kid plus_2_kid 7 years
woops - that other post was talking about 40-45 g ADDED sugar. What constitutes ADDED sugar?
plus_2_kid plus_2_kid 7 years
WOW - that IS too much sugar. Fit, it's a little ironic considering your post above recommending you keep your sugar intake under 40 - 45 grams a day. Drinking a full bottle of most of these is MORE than what your daily intake SHOULD be... (Gives a new meaning to the label "FitSugar"?) ...plus, aren't they like $3 a pop?
plus_2_kid plus_2_kid 7 years
WOW - that IS too much sugar. Fit, it's a little ironic considering your post above recommending you keep your sugar intake under 40 - 45 grams a day. Drinking a full bottle of most of these is MORE than what your daily intake SHOULD be... (Gives a new meaning to the label "FitSugar"?) ...plus, aren't they like $3 a pop?
superfoxml superfoxml 7 years
I agree with Emily..this is a big sugarbomb. I'd prefer a plain tea with a squirt of fresh lemon for a pick me up. I don't drink soda.
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