Biotta Natural Breuss Vegetable Juice
Cleansing & Fasting Drink
Juice from certified organic vegetables according to the original recipe of Naturopath Rudolk Bruess. Ideal support for weight loss programs. Has a cleansing and purifying effect on the entire body.
Enjoy 1 cup of juice before each meal.
Product of Switzerland.
Please note: The labels no longer have the USDA organic seal on them, nor do they list the ingredients as organic. Nothing whatsoever has changed about the ingredients in the product or how it is processed. Since the product is manufactured in Europe, the farms that supply Biotta's raw materials are European Certified Organic, however due to labeling laws in this country, the bottles sold here can't state that the product is organic.
Fermented Vegetable Juice Blend (Beetroot, Celery, Carrot, Potato), and Radish Juice with natural Lactic Acid.
Low temperature pasteurized.
Serving Size 8 oz
Servings Per Container about 2
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat 0
Total Fat 0g
Saturated Fat 0g
Trans Fat 0g
Total Carbohydrate 21g
Dietary Fiber 1g
Founded in Switzerland in 1931 by Dr. Hugo Brandenberger, the organic beverage company, Biotta, has remained dedicated to their original goal of producing top-quality juice from fruits and vegetables just as nature intended--fresh from the field into the bottle. Biotta produced and launched their first line of juices in 1957. Over the years, Biotta has farmed more than 1,700 acres of chemical, fertilizer, and toxic-free land -- a very rare find among today’s farmland. Along with three generations of family farmers, Biotta has established reliable and scientific organic growing techniques, which leads to a uniquely designed production process, protecting the natural wholesomeness and taste of all ingredients. Biotta juices use only natural and physical processing methods as opposed to commonly used chemical methods. Nothing artificial is added during the manufacturing process. Production routines at Biotta have a direct impact on the quality of the juices: the fewer processing steps the higher the nutritional value.
All Biotta organic juices are made from naturally grown fruits and vegetables. The quality of Biotta’s produce is the foundation of the nutritional value of their juices. All fruits and vegetables are vine/field-ripened and are selected using the highest quality standards in relation to flavor and content. After thorough washing and inspection of the raw materials, the selected fruits and vegetables are placed in a closed manufacturing process. The next time oxygen and the product will meet is when the consumer opens the bottle. This process is one of three key steps that result in Biotta’s quality.
The second key to Biotta’s quality is juicing. Instead of pressing the fruit or vegetable, where it may lose some nutritional value due to the rough process, Biotta pulls the juice out of the fruits and vegetables through a gentle process called decanter technology. Decanting is a short process of centrifugation (separating the juice from the mash) which takes only a couple of minutes, allowing maximum nutrition to be maintained in all of Biotta’s juices.
The third and final key to Biotta’s quality is the pasteurization. Biotta juices are pasteurized at a very low temperature, whereas many competitive juices are sterilized at a very high temperature. The low heat levels of the pasteurization process permit Biotta’s juices to retain the high nutritional value, fresh taste and two-year nutritional value, fresh taste and two-year shelf life. Biotta not only believes in producing high quality, functional organic juices, but also places great value on being environmentally conscious: Biotta sells the unusable by-products from the processed fruits and vegetables to farmers for use as organic animal pomace, ensuring that every element of the crop is put to good use; Biotta uses only glass bottles providing the best product protection and allowing for full retention of flavor, content and nutrients as well as recyclability; Biotta’s labels are printed on FSC-certified paper in an effort to meet the social, economic and ecological needs of present and future generations.