Pulp free. Buy local. 15% organic coconut water. 25 calories per serving. USDA organic. Gloe from within. Health: Our organic Aloe Vera is delicately harvested to retain the bioactive components of the Aloe Vera plant's inner leaf. Aloe Vera contains more than 200 biologically active amino acids, vitamins, antioxidants, enzymes and minerals. Gluten free. Organic aloe, contains 667 mg. Zero preservatives. Meet our growers. Sustainability: As you aspire to a lifestyle of health and sustainability, Aloe Gloe shares your values. While most Aloe beverages are loaded with calories and shipped thousands of miles, Aloe Gloe is locally sourced in North America and produced in California. Certified organic by QAI. Tetra Pak: Protects what's good. Recyclable only where facilities exist. Made in California.
Shake lightly before drinking. Refrigerate after opening.
Serving Size: 33.800 ounces
Servings per Container: 6.000
Containers per Package: 1.000
Item Number (DPCI): 271-75-0054
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