Review: Bhakti Chai Almond Blends

Amid rising consumption of almond milk, beverage companies are increasingly using the liquid as a dairy-alternative ingredient, and earlier this year, Bhakti Chai added two almond milk-infused products to its line of micro-brewed chai teas. Aside from the formulations (one of which we had some issues with), the company’s bottle is lacking when it comes to visual appeal, and from our perspective, an overhaul is needed.

Review: StudyAid

Study Aid is a non-carbonated dietary supplement marketed to students as a way to help promote mental awareness. Given its narrow focus, it’s hard to imagine there being a big consumer base that’s going to give up whatever they’re currently consuming (i.e. energy drinks, coffee) for this product.

Review: Sugarcane Island Raw Sugarcane Juice

Sugarcane Island Juice Company has launched a line of “raw sugarcane juices,” with the beverages’ primary ingredient being — you guessed it — sugarcane juice. Coming in four cold-pressed, HPP varieties, the line promotes sugarcane as an “ancient food, cultivated for over 3000 years and used by many local cultures worldwide as medicine.” How that messaging works in a society being told to consume less sugar, well, we just don’t know…