PRODUCT REVIEWS An exclusive look at the WGB editors’ favorite road-tested new finds
Cold-pressed using high-pressure processing, this
smoothie boasts nutrients from
essential greens with a tangy,
slightly sweet flavor of fruits
and coconut milk, making for
a fresh, healthy meal on the go.
When I participated in musical
theater as a teen, everyone
drank aloe vera to keep their
voices soothed, but I’m only now
seeing it hit the mainstream.
As a longtime fan, I’m excited
to see the healing plant in new
applications such as yogurt.
Color me impressed by
the new plant-based, protein-packed Just Egg, which is in the
midst of a national retail launch.
Made with mung beans, a
legume that looks and scrambles
eggs-actly like its conventional
counterpart, the egg- and
dairy-free product is perfect
for omelets and scrambles.
Bob’s Red Mill’s
A convenient spino; of instant
oatmeal, these muesli cups make
breakfast in a pinch a breeze.
Packed with protein, fiber and
whole grains, this quick meal
keeps me full all morning. —N. T.
Seven Sundays Banana
Berry Chia Muesli
I’ve become a fast fan of the
light, crunchy, super-tasty grain-free Banana Berry Chia muesli.
Great with milk or straight out
of the bag, the blend includes
nutrient-dense superfoods such
as toasted coconut, almonds,
pecans, chia and pumpkin seeds,
Bing cherries and freeze-dried
berries and bananas. —M.M.