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Elderberry Juice, 9.3 fl oz

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Behold! The miracle berry in its purest form (besides straight off the bush) as a juice. Cold-pressed and then quickly pasteurized, our 100% pure elderberry juice is powerful, strong, and un-sweetened. Certified Organic, non GMO, and American-grown. We love it added to other beverages, sparkling water, or warm tea. Never from concentrate, never from dried. The only other way to get elderberries as pure as this is to pick them off the bush yourself.

57,000 mg of elderberry per 1/4 cup serving. Click here to see the Nutrition Facts. 9.3 fl oz (275 ml) glass bottle. 

Refrigerate after opening and consume within 30 days.

Making Elderberry Jelly? Please contact us for a bulk price.

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