Daily Greens Review

We all know that veggies are a crucial component of a healthy diet, but I will be the first to admit that it can be difficult to fit in the recommended number of daily servings.

That’s where green juices come in.

I recently sampled a line of green juice called Daily Greens, and below you’ll find my review.


From the company:

Daily Greens is a raw, cold-pressed green juice company with products available for sale at Whole Foods and other specialty stores as well as online for nationwide, overnight delivery. Daily Greens offers five flavors, which you can see here along with multi-day cleanses. Products are made using ingredients from local farmers who implement sustainable practices. Juices go through a process of High Pressure Processing, which uses high pressure instead of heat to inhibit microflora growth in fresh food, which helps maintain nutrition and flavor.
The company’s founder Shauna Martin created Daily Greens after being diagnosed with breast cancer at 33. She credits daily green juicing to restoring her health. You can read more about Shauna’s story here.


There are 6 pounds of raw produce and 9 servings of fresh vegetables & fruit cold-pressed into each bottle. Neither water nor sugar are added, and the juices are all free of preservatives. The entire line of green juices is vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free, and soy-free. The company focuses on sustainability, sourcing locally whenever possible.



Vanilla overpowers every other flavor in the Enlighten daily green, making it a good choice for those who dislike the taste of typical green juices.


I immediately tasted celery (one of the few foods I really don’t like) in the Harmony daily green, so I turned it over to John.


The Vitality daily green is probably the most original. The jalapeño-cilantro-lime flavor trio makes it taste like a virgin cocktail that you’d order at a Mexican restaurant.


The Renew daily green tastes mainly of mint & watermelon. It is very refreshing, and was one of my favorites. The Purity daily green tastes decidedly summery with its hint of basil.


I didn’t love the Rejuvenate daily green. It tasted a little “muddy” to me; perhaps due to the collard greens?


Refreshing with a slight vanilla flavor, the Elevate daily green was my favorite.

If you find it challenging to eat enough veggies during your busy day, Daily Greens is an easy and delicious way to fit ’em in!

One thought on “Daily Greens Review

  1. I seem can’t see these Daily Green drinks on stores. I stop-by a store and found few products with vegetable juices on it but theres no daily green among them.

    is the “RENEW” with watermelon on it taste a bit sweet?

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