Odwalla sweetens taste of pomegranate

Go Try It

May 06, 2006|By ROHINA PHADNIS

What it is -- A new line of pomegranate juices infused with wild-berry extract and mango and apple flavors.

What we like about it --Odwalla's new 100 percent juices use other flavors to smooth out the sharpness of regular pomegranate. The PomaGrand mango juice was our favorite; the mango's sweetness balanced the pomegranate's aftertaste. The berry blend, which mixed apple, strawberry, raspberry and blueberry juices with pomegranate juice, still had a touch of the expected tartness we've come to expect from this trendy, potassium-rich fruit.

What it costs --$3.99 for a 450-milliliter bottle.

Where to buy --Available at supermarkets and natural-food retailers.

PomaGrand mango juice --Per two-serving bottle: 320 calories, no protein, no fat, no saturated fat, 78 grams carbohydrate, no cholesterol, 40 milligrams sodium.

PomaGrand pomegranate juice --Per two-serving bottle: 320 calories, no protein, no fat, no saturated fat, 80 grams carbohydrate, no cholesterol, 60 milligrams sodium.

PomaGrand berry juice --Per two-serving bottle: 280 calories, no protein, no fat, no saturated fat, 70 grams carbohydrate, no cholesterol, 40 milligrams sodium.

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