This Trader Joe’s Aloe Vera Juice, made by Aloe Botanicals, has no added sugar, and tastes somewhat bitter. But you probably aren’t drinking this because it tastes great. While this does have lemon juice added to it, it really doesn’t have a great flavor. Some of the health claims made by aloe vera juice include joint health, immune system boost, digestive health and weight loss. I cant say I’ve ever drank this stuff regularly so I have no clue if those claims are true. One thing that is definitely true is that this is a great value compared to almost all other groceries that sell aloe vera juice. The Trader Joe’s aloe vera juice price of $7.99 per gallon is significantly less than places like Whole Foods or other local natural groceries. ………….
- 0 calories per serving
- Net Weight: 1 gallon
- Organic, whole leaf and made by Aloe Botanicals
Aloe Vera Juice from Trader Joe’s
Aloe vera juice has a lot of antioxidants and Vitamin B, C and E. It also is cholesterol and fat free. I know some friends of mine that add fruit juice to aloe vera juice so that it’s a little more drinkable. Does anyone have any delicious recipes or combos they like to use with aloe vera juice? When I first tried this I was surprised by how bitter and sort of chemical tasting it was. Id’ imagine if you add enough delicious things like lemonade or apple juice, or other sweet drinks to this, it will negate the taste.
If anyone has a secret to how they take this on a daily basis and make it taste good, I would love to know! Keep in mind like most trendy things that Trader Joe’s carries they usually fade away at some point because all the health claims are not entirely proven. The great thing is at a minimum you’ll be getting a lot of vitamins and you wont be overpaying for it if you buy this by the gallon at TJs! And if you can’t make it to TJs, give these items a try…..
– Nature’s Way Aloe Vera Leaf Juice 99.5% Purified Aloe Vera Leaf Juice, 1 Liter (33.8 Fl Oz.), 33.8 Fluid Ounce
– Lily of the Desert Aloe Vera Juice, Whole Leaf, 32 Ounces (Pack of 2)