Our frozen wheatgrass juice is produced on our farm and available for pickup or delivery to your home in 1 oz servings. By rapidly freezing the juice, we maximize the nutritional value and retain delicate nutrients such as enzymes and phytonutrients. Frozen wheatgrass is the next best alternative to juicing fresh.
“When my mother needed wheatgrass, this is what I gave her. I said, Ma, you’re not gonna juice the wheatgrass every day and clean the machine.” – Harley, President of Perfect Foods. It’s the convenience that often makes it the best choice.
How Much To Drink:
Maintenance: Start with 1 oz a day on an empty stomach. Work up to 2 oz daily.
Detox: 2 oz in the morning and 2 oz in the afternoon on an empty stomach. (As recommended by Hippocrates Health Institute, Optimum Health Institute, and Ann Wigmore Institute.)
Do not leave it in the fridge or on the counter to thaw. Do not microwave.
How do I get it?
1. Home Delivery
2. Ask a Local Retailer that juices wheatgrass to juice you up some and freeze it for you. We have a kit that we offer to the juice bars that help them do that.
Why Our Frozen Wheatgrass?
Our wheatgrass is premium quality, produced indoors all year with composted soil. We fast freeze it for optimal nutrients and enzyme retention, and make it in small fresh batches. Other brands in the supermarket are either HPP (High Press Processing) or are grown outdoors.
Why can’t I buy it at a health food store?
Why? The FDA. They’d rather see everyone malnourished dead 10 years younger than to let 1-2 people with weak immune systems die from food poisoning. A typical bureaucracy worried about their own ass rather than the people they are working for.
You may remember our box of frozen wheatgrass juice (pictured) in the health food stores. Unfortunately, the FDA requires that all resold juice be pasteurized. Rather than sacrificing the nutrients of wheatgrass, our unpasteurized juice can only be purchased directly from us by delivery or pick-up. Shipping is typically too expensive as it requires over-nighting, a cooler, and dry ice.
*You can also ask your local retailer to juice and freeze wheatgrass for you.