Juice Master's Juice in a Bar
Nutritious "No Nonsense" Energy Bar for Those on the Go
April 25, 2013
By Sarah Schwager
Juice Master’s Juice in a Bar
For anyone familiar with the international juicing conglomerate Juice Master, you'll understand my reaction when offered the chance to review their Juice in a Bar. To say I was curious would be an understatement.

I was particularly curious at just how juice could be packaged into a bar! Wouldn't it just slop out of the packet?

The Juice in a Bar is actually made from Juice Master's supplements – its Green Superfoods powder and its Berry Boost powder. However, a whopping 94% of the bars are made up of dates, almond paste, almonds, and sultanas or cranberries. So this is fairly standard compared with other energy bars.

Of course, at Sano Magazine we judge a product by its health benefits to our readers. And as far as energy bars go I have to say I was pleasantly surprised. There is no added sugar, no artificial colours, flavours or sweeteners, and, as Juice Master puts it, no nonsense!

Veggie Boost Juice in a Bar – Sign Me Up

The Veggie Boost Juice in a Bar takes Juice Master's Ultimate Superfoods Powder, and, combined with a significant portion of dates, almonds and sultanas, creates a meal on the go.

I loved the Veggie Boost flavour. I admit it might not be for everyone, but I really liked the healthy "green" taste that it came with and it was full of flavour.

The key ingredients include wheatgrass, alfalfa sprout powder, dandelion leaf extract, spinach juice, broccoli juice, parsley juice, ginger root, asparagus powder, algaes and probiotics so you can probably see where I'm coming from. But it really was very tasty.

If I was going to buy an energy bar, for whatever reason, I would definitely choose the Veggie Boost Juice in a Bar.

Berry Boost Juice in a Bar – For those with a Sweet Tooth


The Berry Boost flavour was way too sweet for me. But I'm sure others would like it. Along with the Juice in a Bar's dates, almonds and cranberries, it includes Juice Master's Berry Boost Powder, a mixture of blueberries, acai, goji berry, pomegranate, bilberry, black cherry, graviola, black elder, saw palmetto, hawthorne berry, and raspberry.

That is a whole lot of berry! So while the bar might not include processed sugar, that is a massive boost of natural fructose. However, again, if you're reaching for an energy bar, I would definitely choose the Juice in a Bar over many other so-called "sugar-free" energy bars that are full of artificial sweeteners, and certainly over the sugar kick from a Mars bar or similar.

So, the conclusion is, if you can get your hands on the real thing – whether that's a handful of berries or almonds, or juice your own fruit and veggies – then I would absolutely recommend that first. However, if you're in a hurry and likely to choose a sugar packed energy bar, go for the Juice in a Bar instead.

What's the Cost?

The Juice in a Bar is available to buy on the Juice Master website. The Veggie Boost option is available individually for $4.50 a bar. You can also buy packs of 10 of both the Veggie Boost and Berry Boost range (or a mixture of the two) for $42.
"If I was going to buy an energy bar, for whatever reason, I would definitely choose the Veggie Boost Juice in a Bar"
Veggie Boost and Berry Boost Juice in a Bar