Pros: Cheap and environmentally friendly!
Cons: No added calcium, limited range of flavors, Cascadian Farms
Have you ever noticed that buying a half gallon of organic juice costs a week's pay? (Admittedly, I don't work a lot of hours right now...but that juice is going to cost you!) Buying concentrate is much cheaper- and more environmentally friendly. Less weight for shipping = fewer carbon emissions, and less packaging = less landfill space. And it tastes good too. That said, every rose has it's thorn. Here is my list of gripes- -I can't get orange juice with calcium (which is nice, but not a deal breaker). -I can't buy more exotic juice blends- it's straight up orange, apple, grape, cranberry, lemonade, or raspberry (again, it would be nice, but I can always mix up a little apple...(read more)