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Everfresh Juice Co.

Ruby Red Grapefruit Juice

Refreshingly tart, sweet but not cloyingly so, Everfresh's Ruby Red Grapefruit is, in a word, addictive. It's made in Warren where it's produced by the Sundance Beverage Co. so when you're downing this 32 ounce bottle, you can feel good about your discerning beverage purchase. Sure, it's only 20 percent juice, but it's made with natural flavors, zero preservatives, and it's local. So, we'll forgive this divine juice for being more of a "fruit drink." High fructose corn syrup is the second listed ingredient, but at least we can pronounce the rest of its parts.

Admirably, Everfresh makes all of its own products and has one of the highest forms of kosher certification. Because of their strict attention to detail and quality control, their products taste amazing every time.

Need a flavorful mocktail to get through brunch with your S.O.'s insipid and always drunk friends? Mix Ruby Red Grapefruit with O.J. for a pretty and piquant booze-free palliative.

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