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Hi, I dont know if this is the cheapest, but I always wanna buy pomegranate juice drink as they are generally called super juice. It is found to be super high in Anti-oxidants (a substance that lower colestral as well as preventing cancer cells from developing *thanks gobofraggle for correcting)
It is £1.00 and it tastes great, I wanted to use the chance to promote to all.

Any type of these juice are all £1.00 each.

This is the cheapest I found, if you found cheaper please let me know but dont freeze me! :)

Take care all!
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#1
Please add prices and retailer names to thread titles, it really helps. :)
1 Like #2
done!
#3
:thumbsup: Rep given.
#4
this is a must have if you want to reap the huge benefits this offers your body .
#5
Great juice and great price:thumbsup:
#6
i dont like it but cheap price voted hot !
#7
i've always wanted to try Pomegranate, is it nice?
#8
% of actual juice?
#9
I personally think it is nice. It also helps maintain heart health! It reduce the chance of having cancel to minimum
#10
Shonk;2400168
% of actual juice?

The one I have is 25% Pomegranate, Blueberry 4%, Vitamins ACE Folic Acid
It also says free from artificial colours, preservatives and sweeteners
#11
Really easy to do your own. 100% juice and fresh. Cut pomegranates in half and use an orange squeezer. Ideally the pull down handle type.

But good price for it nonetheless.
#12
To squeeze them you needed 20 pomegranates, and it has seeds and residues in it. Trust me I tried it, I used to have one of them every night after gym!
I m not a great fan of the fruit myself, but juice are great ever since I changed!
#13
eSimple
To squeeze them you needed 20 pomegranates, and it has seeds and residues in it. Trust me I tried it, I used to have one of them every night after gym!
I m not a great fan of the fruit myself, but juice are great ever since I changed!


You must have got a really bad, dry batch of pomegranates. 2-3 good sized fresh pomegranates will fill a glass. If you use a decent squeezer (or pour it through a sieve after) you shouldn't have a problem with seeds etc. First tried it in Israel. A cold, freshly squeexed glass of pomegranate juice is great. Very sweet, with that added sour punch.
#14
its cheaper at costco - if you are a member?
1 Like #15
Good price for an average-ish tasting drink(IMO). All I would say is - please dont come out with the rubbish implying that this drink will single handedly make you healthy/cure cancer/create world peace.

Its a healthy drink pure and simple - but only as part of a balanced diet.
#16
Thanks MrShed, rep added!
#17
eSimple
I personally think it is nice. It also helps maintain heart health! It reduce the chance of having cancel to minimum


Cancel can be pretty bad.

Oh, I've found this stuff pretty ghastly, and of course it's pasteurised etc. who knows what's lost. Doubt it'll do you any great harm though.
#18
love the stuff when its at a good price, another good one is welchs purple grape juice and it tastes delicious!!
#19
Juice drinks rather than pure juice usually have a low natural juice percentage and a high sugar content, and little if any health giving properties
#20
I think I drank to much ???? ;

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#21
MrShed
Good price for an average-ish tasting drink(IMO). All I would say is - please dont come out with the rubbish implying that this drink will single handedly make you healthy/cure cancer/create world peace.

Its a healthy drink pure and simple - but only as part of a balanced diet.


If it has a lot of added sugar, it might not be an especially healthy drink either.
#22
Good deal.

Have to mention though, anti-oxidants don't kill cancer cells! Wish they did! All they do is remove free-radicals from the body that can cause cells to go cancerous. Once a cell turns cancerous and starts dividing, no amount of pomegranate juice will help you.
#23
amy1984
i've always wanted to try Pomegranate, is it nice?


My friend owns pomegreat, he founded the company with 2 other friends while travelling Pakistan and Afghanistan. They were constantly drinking the juice from the fruits over there and decided to do it in england.

I get to drink as much as i want as their fridge is always full of them, try the blueberry one though, its gorgeous :thumbsup:
#24
Waitrose is doing three for £2.25 on fruit juices in store right now. I only picked up the orange so perhaps the Cranberry isn't included in the deal but many others were, so it's worth a look if/when you go in next.

Ingredients are (from the Ocado website) water, cranberry juice from concentrate (25%), sugar, cranberry puree (4%), dextrose, antioxidant ascorbic acid, flavourings so make of that what you will. As I said I got the orange (with bits in obviously, I'm not some smooth weirdo!).
#25
89p in farmfoods , bought 12 last week , its the blueberry and Pomegranate
#26
APil;2400993
Waitrose is doing three for £2.25 on fruit juices in store right now. I only picked up the orange so perhaps the Cranberry isn't included in the deal but many others were, so it's worth a look if/when you go in next.

Ingredients are (from the Ocado website) water, cranberry juice from concentrate (25%), sugar, cranberry puree (4%), dextrose, antioxidant ascorbic acid, flavourings so make of that what you will. As I said I got the orange (with bits in obviously, I'm not some smooth weirdo!).



Cautious with the association here you're talking about a fruit juice, the deal is just for a fruit drink as pereviously posted fruit drinks can contain very low % of fruit juice - it was on watchdog or a similar program a few months ago - in some cases it was around 6-7% juice not the higher percentages in a real fruit juice.
#27
kevingattaca2
I think I drank to much ???? ;

http://img258.imageshack.us/img258/16/musclemanag8.jpg


I think you have done too much of alot of things!
#28
lol, that 's so funny :)
#29
Same at CO-OP as well I think, mum got some the other day, exactly the same ingredients as well (% fruit and all that), its lovely.
#30
Wow, eSimple found the cure for cancer! And only £1! Those scientists that have been looking for years will be a bit annoyed!
#31
Just want to add my voice to those of people saying this does not kill cancer cells (and being a bit appalled at the suggestion that it does)... even though this might seem obvious to anybody with... knowledge and... a brain...

Actually, can somebody edit the OP to remove that? This juice does not kill cancer cells. There's plenty of fraudulent junk on the internet which claims such things without this forum adding to it.
#32
I bought some of this last week they had 3 favourites including just pomegranate juice I had the pomegranate and raspberry juice I find it weak taste, prefer the apple/raspberry juice at Sainsburys much better taste Dont beleive all the hype that pomegrante is a super food, I think its a case of there is a lot of supply so they create the demand. Pomergrante isnt a fruit you grown over night
#33
Also at my local co-op for 99p
#34
shrek
I bought some of this last week they had 3 favourites including just pomegranate juice I had the pomegranate and raspberry juice I find it weak taste, prefer the apple/raspberry juice at Sainsburys much better taste Dont beleive all the hype that pomegrante is a super food, I think its a case of there is a lot of supply so they create the demand. Pomergrante isnt a fruit you grown over night


That's what they do to every food now a days to get even more ££'s from us. It gets labelled as a premium product. I had this stuff all the time when I was young, mum always said it was good for you, that was 24 years ago, shame she never thought about making a company out of it then but then it probably wouldn't have sold then.

Food was good back then now its all bland tasteless full of chemicals, pesticides the list goes on. Some of these fruits vegs etc I was even told are kept in freezers/fridges for a couple of years.!!
#35
Frozen for a few years ? Worth it ?

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