Yes, all KeVita Sparkling Probiotic Drinks are certified organic, non-GMO and made in our certified organic facility.
KeVita is a low calorie drink with calorie counts ranging from 5 - 45 calories per serving. Check out our Products page for nutrition facts on each flavor.
The majority of the KeVita flavors are sweetened with stevia and contain no sugar. KeVita Living Greens and KeVita Lemon Ginger are lightly sweetened with cane juice, all organic of course.
KeVita Living Greens has about 100 mg of naturally occurring green tea caffeine per bottle. KeVita Pomegranate Black Tea has about 150 mg of naturally occurring caffeine per bottle.
Our commitment is to both pleasure and health. KeVita Lemon Ginger and KeVita Living Greens taste so much better when made with cane juice, rather than stevia. We have found that many choose sugar as their preferred sweetener.
No, though the cultures are similar in structure, KeVita Probiotic Culture is water, rather than milk-based, and is derived from kefir cultures using a process that we have been evolving for years.
KeVita and kombucha are both fermented drinks though KeVita is not a kombucha. We make KeVita with our proprietary blend of probiotics and certified organic KeVita Probiotic Culture, using a different methodology than kombucha. Traditionally kombucha is fermented with black tea while KeVita is fermented with coconut water, tea or reverse osmosis water. KeVita is light in flavor, refreshing and delicious, unlike kombucha, the flavor is neither tart nor vinegary.
KeVita's phytoalgae blend of Chlorella, AFA and BrainOn® supergreen powders are delicious. We use the finest greens on the planet. The combination of green tea, Chlorella, blue-green algae, BrainOn and KeVita Probiotic Culture synergize into our lovely Living Greens KeVita. At KeVita headquarters it's our favorite afternoon pick me up, often accompanied by a piece of very dark chocolate.
You can drink KeVita Daily Cleanse any time of day. For an optimal experience we recommend drinking in between meals, mid-morning or mid-afternoon. The optimal time to drink KeVita Daily Cleanse is between meals so it is not blocked by food digestion.
Enjoy KeVita Daily Cleanse daily as a complement to your healthy diet.
Yes, but KeVita Daily Cleanse should not be used as a meal replacement.
We don't recommend KeVita Daily Cleanse as a weight loss tool. If you are following a weight loss program, KeVita Daily Cleanse is a nice complement, as it has no added sugar!
KeVita Daily Cleanse is lightly sweetened with stevia because it is a natural, low glycemic sweetener, known to help stabilize blood sugar.
Yes, KeVita Daily Cleanse complements any fast. We suggest that any fast should only be done after consulting with a medical doctor and we do not recommend that you only drink KeVita Daily Cleanse during a fast.
KeVita Daily Cleanse, like all KeVita flavors, is a great part of a healthy diet. It is best enjoyed before meals or in between meals rather than with a meal. KeVita Daily Cleanse is not a replacement for food or other important nutrients.
KeVita is enjoyable anytime! There's a KeVita for every mood and occasion. • In the morning as a coffee or tea replacement. • Nice after yoga, surfing, hiking or working out. • A delicious afternoon refreshment. • A great alternative to soda or sugary drinks. • In the evening as a low calorie treat.
Anyone from young children to grandparents! We hear from customers of all ages that they love the delicious and refreshing taste of KeVita.
KeVita is available in the refrigerated cold case at local co-ops, natural foods stores and select grocers nationwide including Safeway, Sprouts, Whole Foods Market, The Fresh Market, Giant Eagle and Wegmans. Find a KeVita near you with our Store Locator.
Because KeVita must stay cold at all times we do not take online orders or ship KeVita directly through the mail.
Simply ask at your local store. Most retailers that carry KeVita will special order by the case and most, though not all, offer a 10% case discount too.
We are doing our best to have KeVita stocked in as many stores as we can. You can help spread the KeVita love by asking your store manager or buyer to carry KeVita.
Yes, KeVita should be refrigerated before and after opening to preserve the live probiotics. We recommend that KeVita remain cold at all times just as you would keep other refrigerated grocery products cold.
We recommend that you drink KeVita before the expiration date.
We use reverse osmosis water.
We have five coconut flavors: KeVita Coconut, KeVita Mango Coconut, KeVita Strawberry Acai Coconut, KeVita Pomegranate Coconut and KeVita Mojita. They contain 60-70% coconut water depending on the flavor.
Stevia is a natural sweetener derived from plants. KeVita uses 98% certified organic Reb A Stevia in KeVita, one of the sweetest varieties among the nearly 300 species of stevia plants with little to no aftertaste. Stevia Rebaudiana is an herb in the Chrysanthemum family, which grows wild as a small shrub in parts of Paraguay and Brazil. The glycosides in its leaves, including up to 10% Stevioside, account for its incredible sweetness, making it unique among the nearly 300 species of stevia plants.
BrainON® comes from a potent strain blue-green algae extract which contains naturally occurring phenylethylamine (PEA). In chocolate, PEA is known as the "love molecule" and BrainON® contains as much bio-available PEA as chocolate.
Blue-green algae is a fresh water, edible species of what many refer to as the most nutritious food on the planet. Blue-green algae, Aphanizomenon flos-aquae (AFA for short) may be the most ancient food on earth!
Chlorella is a green single-celled algae cultivated in fresh water ponds. It has the highest chlorophyll concentration of any plant in the world and has existed on the planet for billions of years. (Fossils of Chlorella have been found dating back 3 billion years!) Chlorella is one of the best super foods in existence. It is often called the "perfect food.”
Ginger or ginger root is the rhizome of the plant Zingiber officinale, used as a delicacy, medicine or spice. Ginger has been used for centuries to warm up the metabolism and support digestion.
An antioxidant is a molecule capable of inhibiting the oxidation of other molecules. Oxidation produces free radicals, which damage and destroy cells throughout the body.
An uninterrupted series of cold storage and distribution activities in which a given temperature range is maintained. The cold-chain process extends and ensures the viability of fresh food and beverages.
Indicates that the ingredients and the product are kept cold throughout all steps of the manufacturing process.
A probiotic culture is a cluster of microorganisms that have the ability to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of the human digestive tract.
The “good bacteria” that lives in the digestive tract and supports the immune and digestive systems to remain healthy and strong.
Fermentation is a process by which food or liquid is exposed to bacteria and yeasts, either by inoculation or naturally through the air. Before the days of refrigeration, fermenting was a way to extend the viability of foods. These days, many people ferment foods for flavor and health, believing that promoting the growth of friendly intestinal bacteria, aids digestion and supports immune function.
A naturally fermented probiotic beverage that’s traditionally made with milk and kefir culture. Kefir originated in the North Caucasus region in Russia. The story goes that shepherds discovered that fresh raw milk carried in leather pouches during long mountain treks, would ferment, thickening into a tangy beverage named kefir.
Not containing any genetically modified organism (GMO) or genetically engineered organism (GEO) defined as organisms whose genetic material has been altered using genetic engineering techniques.
Probiotics are friendly bacteria that naturally live in your gut and provide what research shows to be a wide variety of health benefits, ranging from supporting your body's immune system though gum and gut health. Normal levels of stress as well as antibiotics and poor diet may deplete your body’s natural supply of probiotics. Various cultured foods and supplements offer us additional probiotics
A diet that is free of all dairy, meat, eggs and for some, honey. A vegan diet is one that’s completely animal free.