50oz, 100oz, 200oz
Frozen Wheatgrass Juice
$112.50 – $400.00
Note: This item can only be purchased by phone and if you are within our delivery region.
We do not currently ship this item via UPS.
Frozen wheatgrass juice is often a very convenient choice for the following reasons.
- Doesn’t require owning a wheatgrass juicer
- Doesn’t require getting fresh wheatgrass regularly
- Stays good in the freezer for 3-6 months
- Estimated as 80% as good as fresh juice (our opinion)
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.
“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, CEO of Perfect Foods. It’s the convenience that often makes it the best choice.
Frozen Wheatgrass Juice is an easy way to get wheatgrass and super greens without using powders or having to juice and clean up. Wheatgrass is among the most powerful and healing superfoods. Having one once is nutritionally equivalent to eating a 2.5 lb salad and everything is in its simplest form for immediate absorption and optimal benefits.
Thaw frozen wheatgrass juice by:
- Submerge the sealed 1-oz cup into a bowl or glass of warm to hot water (not boiling)
- Wait about 2-3 minutes, then shake the cup
- Re-submerge for a few minutes more until fully thawed
Note: DO NOT leave the sealed cup on your counter or in your fridge to thaw over an extended period.
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.
Our brand vs others?
Our wheatgrass is premium quality, indoor grown with composted soil and seeds. We fast freeze it for optimal nutrients and enzyme retention. Other brands in the supermarket are either HPP (High Press Pastuerized) or are grown outdoors from Canada and are NOT adhering to the FDA’s rules (see below question).
Why can’t I buy it at a health food store?
There is an FDA regulation which requires all juices that are resold in stores to go through a process which kills all potential bacteria. In order to accomplish this, juice manufacturers must either pasteurize the juice (low heat), or use HPP (high pressure processing). Unfortunately both of these methods alter the nutrients of the juice in negative ways. Stores which produce and sell juice directly to consumers, such as juice bars, are not required to follow this regulation. Rather than produce an inferior product to meet the regulations, Perfect Foods opted to sell unpasteurized juice directly to consumers by pickup or delivery.
While it is the FDA’s primary responsibility to keep the public safe, they have failed to see the long term effects on the population by allowing poor-nutrient foods (but microbe free and therefore “safe”) to be on the market. Food-borne illnesses from microbes is tragic and kills, but poor health from malnutrition and bad food choices can cause things such as cancers, heart disease, diabetes, etc. We hope that by educating the public, the FDA will eventually put greater emphasis on promoting fresh produce and juice for the benefit of our society.
Note: You can also ask your local juice bar to juice and freeze wheatgrass for you