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Tired of the Rising Cost of Starbucks Coffee?

Solution to High Priced Coffee

Just heard that Starbucks is raising the price of coffee in many of its stores on a business program. Do you spend $2 or more on a coffee at a shop or espresso drive through? Did you know that caffeine is the most widely consumed drug in the world? Do you want a healthier alternative?

Caldera Greens is a powerful organic greens product that gives your body dense nutrition with an abundance of enzymes, folic acid, minerals, and vitamins. There is a natural energy boost without the stimulants from the caffeine in coffee. You can have steady energy throughout the day with 2 teaspoons of Caldera Greens. The cost to get a canister shipping included is about $1.77 per day.

Find out more about how these organic greens are harvested with all the enzymes and nutrients in tact from a farm in Utah on my website here:

Organic Greens

 

Daniel Parsons

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  • Chandru

    Thank you for the information. It is better to switch over to Caldera Greens instead of consuming caffeine everyday. Both price-wise and health-wise it is a better option.

    • The energy from Caldera Greens is a steady energy that lasts till you are ready to go to sleep at night. No sudden spikes or crashes so long term health is much improved getting the dense nutrition from the greens. Thanks for stopping by Chandru!

  • Natural Depression Remedies

    Coffee is $3.50 to $4 in Australia! I avoid it because it's bad for depression. Does Caldera Greens make a drink that tastes like coffee, or are you comparing it to coffee because of the energy thing?