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April 14, 2009

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Carrot & Elderberry Juice

Carrot and Elderberry Juices. Photography by Corey Lugg | THE NIBBLE. Styling by Lauren LaPenna.

WHAT IT IS: Organic fruit and vegetable juice.
WHY IT’S DIFFERENT: Grown in Switzerland by organic food pioneers who established the company in 1931, and launched the juices in 1957. The land has been pesticide-free for more than 50 years!
WHY WE LOVE IT: Simply incredible flavor—vivid, intensive, alive!
WHERE TO BUY IT: At retailers nationwide and EFoodPantry.com.
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The Joy Of Juice:
Biotta Organic Vegetable & Fruit Juice

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Biotta’s Organic Fruit Juice

From a cooking, recipe and meal planning point of view, there is more variety and richness to plumb with the vegetable juices; but the fruit juice varieties are just as interesting.

  • Bilberry Juice. Closely related to the blueberry, the bilberry is smaller than its cousin but similar in taste. Those who want a high daily dose of antioxidants should consider it a find.
  • Breakfast Drink. For a healthy start to the day or an energy boost at any time, Biotta Breakfast Drink is a combination of fruit and energy ingredients: orange juice, grape juice, banana purée, malt extract, tea extract, agave extract and honey. For those who like a breakfast of orange juice and a banana, here it is, in a bottle, quite charming and “smoothie lite.”
  • Elderberry Juice. The elderberry tree (Sambucus nigra) grows in the warmer regions of the U.S., but is better known in Europe, where its flowers are used to make elderflower liqueur (absolutely wonderful) and the berries are enjoyed as fruit and made into cordials, wines, syrup and marmalade. This dark purple juice may seem unusual to most American palates. Modestly sweet and not as lush as most American fruit juices, it tastes like “healthy” juice.

Biotta Elderberry Juice

Elderberry juice is not very sweet or lush; it tastes “healthy.”


All of the Biotta juices are beautifully crafted and worth your culinary attention. As far as the health benefits—the premise on which Biotta was founded—consider them a bonus.

—Karen Hochman

Biotta ORGANIC FRUIT & VEGETABLE JuicES
FRUIT JUICES: Bilberry, Breakfast Juice, Elderberry, Energy Drink
VEGETABLE JUICES: Beet Root, Breuss, Carrot, Celery Root, Vegetable Juice Cocktail

USDA Certified Organic

  • 16.9 fl oz (500ml) Bottle
    $6.39 To $13.09
  • 8.4 fl oz (250ml) Bottles
    $4.49 To $4.99

Purchase online* at eFoodPantry.com

Available at fine retailers nationwide

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Biotta Juice
From left: Beet, Celery Root and Carrot Juices.

 

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