The Ultimate Ranking Of Bottled Smoothies (From Best To Worst)
When you’re needing a smoothie fix to pop in your bag and take on the go, sometimes the best option is to grab one at your local supermarket or on the high street. But what’s worth your money and what’s not? Here’s the ultimate ranking of bottled smoothies (from best to worst), so you know which brand to turn to when you’re craving a smoothie.
1. Innocent Smoothies
Innocent smoothies top the list because they’re easy to find and you get a great taste for the price you spend. Innocent smoothies can be found in most supermarkets and are regularly sold in cafes, so you’ll never be without your bottled smoothie. Plus, their two ranges, smoothies and super smoothies, give you a wide range of variety.
2. Pret a Manger
Pret is a great place to pop into if you’re in need of a bottled smoothie to take with you around the city. Their smoothie offerings are always really fresh tasting and a great size for a snack or small meal. For a bottled option, these taste really close to a freshly juiced or blended drink.
3. Blueprint Cleanse
While the Blueprint Cleanse juices are on the pricier side and are pretty hard to come by (they’re only available at Whole Foods at the moment) the taste more than makes up for that. Plus, they’re the only juices that come with a program for weight loss, so you can turn your smoothie obsession into a fitness goal.
4. The Raw Smoothie
The Raw Smoothie by Nosh is another great tasting, relatively affordable option, but it loses points by being quite hard to get your hands on. By cold pressing the fruits that go into the smoothies, these drinks are packed with vitamins and enzymes that will fuel you throughout the day!
Like Innocent smoothies, Naked bottled smoothies are quite easy to find in any supermarket and are also sold in cafes. The only problem is that their smoothie range is quite limited compared to other brands. But if you’re not that picky, definitely give their smoothies a try.
6. Tesco’s Own
Tesco bottled smoothies are by far the cheapest option out there, and the flavours are all the typical smoothie combinations you’d find at juice shops and kiosks. In terms of health benefits, make sure to read the labels on these because they have some of the highest sugar content of bottled smoothies out there.
What’s your favourite bottled smoothies brand? Let us know in the comments!
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