GREEN KEY : Juice For You.
With Green Key, we have brought together the best of the plant kingdom, both terrestrial and marine, seeking out the treasure offered by its rich biological diversity.
Our blend of natural plant extracts provides the key to access the resources provided by the plant world:
- Shiitake (Lentinula edodes), a mushroom with an excellent nutritional value and the ability to stimulate the immune system. It has been used for millennia in traditional Chinese medicine and was even known as the ‘elixir of long life’ in the Ming dynasty.
- Fruit and vegetables: tomato, apple and Brittany pink onion providing vitamin C and a cocktail of antioxidants: carotenoids, flavonoids etc.
- Turmeric, a spice with a thousand virtues for our health and rich in the very powerful antioxidant curcumin.
- Marine algae (Ulva family) not only provide high vitamin C content, but also provide vitamin B12 in iron and magnesium to stimulate immunity through sulphated polysaccharides.
- Yeast completes the ensemble with its high levels of B group vitamins.
Our methods of selection, extraction and packaging have been designed to preserve all the essential elements provided by nature.
A drink Made in France, a product of the exceptional terroir offered by Brittany’s Northern Coast
Green Key capitalises on the best of a region famous for the production of various vegetables, offering incomparable freshness and quality. The omnipresent sea also offers infinite resources of algae, from which we exploit their full potential.
Drink one bottle per day, in one or two servings.
Drink cold or warmed through (do not boil).
We are currently out of stock for the GREENKEY drink ; A new production is in progress.
A new delivery will be possible from September 2nd, 2019
Shiitake, apple, tomato, yeast, algae, onion, turmeric, ascorbic acid
Properties (For 100ml)
- Energy 237 kJ
- 63 kcal
- Total fat traces
- Of which saturates traces
- Carbohydrate 9.6 g
- Of which sugars 3.4 g
- Fibre traces
- Protein 3.2 g
- Salt 0.09 g
Allergens: Possible traces of celery