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By Kristen Carli, MS, RD

Greens Powder FAQ

Ever find yourself caught in the morning hustle with no spare moments to hand-juice your greens? We feel you. Between whipping up kiddo lunches and conquering a to-do list longer than your morning commute, squeezing in a juicing session can seem downright impossible. That's where Suja Organic Greens Powder can help—an instant way to get a full serving of organic greens. No need to dedicate precious minutes; just grab a scoop, add it to a tall glass of water, and voila – consider that green box officially checked!

Now, we get that you might have a few burning questions about how it all works. Fear not! Today, we will cover some of our top frequently asked questions, so you can feel informed and start sipping your way to wellness. Let’s dive in!

The Inside Scoop: Suja Organic Greens 101

Okay, but before we get to those questions, it might be helpful to understand a little Organic Greens 101. Sure, you can call it our elevator pitch. Aligned with our motto "real nutrition for real life" our all-in-one greens blend was crafted to help you take charge of your day quickly.

With 15+ essential vitamins, minerals, functional shrooms, and a multitude of greens, you can reap the most important benefits, such as energy, immunity, and digestive support. Plus, did we mention our greens powder is 100% USDA organic, non-GMO, plant-based, gluten-free, and dairy-free? Oh yeah..and it tastes amazing too!

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Organic Greens Powder FAQs

Now that you have a good pulse on what our greens powder is all about, let’s get into those questions. PS: you can also peep our additional FAQs over here.

Greens Powder vs. Multivitamin: What Should You Take?

To address this question, it’s important to decipher the difference between each. A multivitamin is one supplement that may contain an array of minerals and vitamins that could target specific needs. For example, multivitamins for athletes or women’s health. A top-notch multivitamin can help fill nutritional gaps and help your body with optimal functioning.

On the other hand, a greens powder will typically contain vitamins and minerals, plus superfood greens and plants you might not be ingesting daily. According to the CDC, only 9% of adults consume the recommended amount of veggies.1 So if you think you MIGHT be one of those people, a greens powder could be a fit for you. Plus, with Suja Organic Greens, you also get additional probiotics, digestive enzymes, and functional mushrooms to help reset your overall wellness.

So when it comes to greens powder vs. multivitamins, it’s really up to your needs, lifestyle, and personal preferences!

What are the Benefits of Greens Powders?

There are a plethora of benefits to consuming greens powders! Along with simply absorbing key nutrients quickly, you’ll immediately get 15+ vitamins and minerals in one scoop which, of course, bolsters immunity. On top of this, you’ll likely feel an increase in energy levels, with added B vitamins, and green coffee extract. We’ve also added moringa, spirulina, and Klamath blue algae to help your body’s natural detoxification process. Plus, sipping on a greens powder is naturally convenient—you can save time (and money) by opting for a trusted blend with 40+ plant-based ingredients.

Are There Any Green Powder Side Effects?

Although we can’t speak to other greens powders you might find on the market, we can shed light on our own Organic Greens Powder. If you follow the instructions listed on the packaging, then you can experience the amazing side effects that support energy levels, digestion, detoxification, and immunity!

However, as with any dietary supplement, consult your healthcare practitioner before using this product, especially if you are pregnant, nursing, anticipate surgery, take medication regularly, or are otherwise under medical supervision.

What’s the Best Juice to Mix With Greens Powders?

When it comes to the best mixer for our greens powder, it comes down to personal preference. Many choose to simply add to water or blend into a berry smoothie!

However, when it comes to mixing with juice, we think something a bit more citrusy and tropical pairs exceptionally well, such as our Citrus Immunity cold-pressed juice. In essence, it’s like sipping on your morning OJ, but you also get an extra dose of Vitamins C & D, plus zinc and live probiotics. You can also give our Ginger Love juice a shot if you’re craving more of a kick with refreshing pineapple and ginger!

Are Green Powders a Waste of Money?

When you break down the cost of drinking Suja Organic Greens Powder (30 servings in one pack) this comes down to $2 a day. Think about it - you might be spending upwards of $5 on a Starbucks latte on the daily, which could cost you around $100-$150 a month! Yikes.

We like to think that purchasing a greens powder is a great LIFE investment that can support wellness, health, and longevity. And you really can’t put a price tag on that.

How Can You Make Greens Powder Taste Better?

Greens powders can hold that reputation of being too earthy or grassy, but Suja Organic Greens Powder is tasty on its own with natural tropical notes (and no stevia aftertaste).

That said, we realize that everyone’s taste buds might have their own opinions! If you’re just not keen on the taste but want to drink it for the health benefits, we suggest the following:

  • Mix into fruity smoothies
  • Add to a fruit juice
  • Incorporate citrus zest
  • Add fresh mint
  • Include extra spice like ginger or cinnamon
  • Blend into coconut water
  • Mold into fruit pops

Why Won’t My Greens Powder Mix?

There might be several reasons why your greens powder isn’t mixing. Here are some you may encounter, along with possible remedies:


  • Clumping: This can happen, especially due to fiber in the greens powder! To potentially prevent clumping, try breaking up the powder using a whisk before adding liquid. Alternatively, consider using a blender or shaker bottle.
  • Temperature: Cold liquids may cause greens powders to clump. Try using room-temperature liquid which can improve the mixing process.
  • Storage Conditions: If greens powder has been exposed to moisture or if it has absorbed humidity, it may clump. Ensure proper storage in a cool, dry place, and consider adding a moisture-absorbing packet to the container.
  • Quality of Water: In some cases, the type and quality of water used can impact the mixing of greens powder. Try using filtered or purified water if you're experiencing difficulties.

Support Your Daily Wellness with Suja Organic Greens Powder
Don’t spend an extra minute stressing over getting the proper veggies intake! With Suja Organic Greens Powder, you can do wellness your way and experience the power of real, organic ingredients! Pick up your own pack and shop now.


  1. CDC. (2021, February 16). Only 1 in 10 Adults Get Enough Fruits or Vegetables. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

By Kristen Carli, MS, RD

Kristen Carli is the owner of Camelback Nutrition & Wellness, a private nutrition practice and consulting firm. She graduated from University of Arizona with a BA in psychology and then received a BS in dietetics from Arizona State University. After completion of the dietetic internship, she continued her education by receiving a MS in Human Nutrition from University of Western States. Having a passion for nutrition communication, she writes for many food and nutrition outlets as well as regularly develops recipes for food brands and media companies. Her nutrition expertise has been featured in InStyle, Bustle, Livestrong, The List, MyFitnessPal and many others. Additionally, Kristen is often featured via local TV segments sharing nutrition tips and tricks. She was selected to act as a Produce for Better Health Foundation Fruit and Vegetable Ambassador in Action, helping to promote the health benefits and importance of consuming fruits and vegetables, as well as a FoodMinds upwaRD winner for 2022, honoring up and coming media dietitians. You can find her reading, running, and exploring new restaurants with her husband and baby boy.