Our staff receives tons of inquiries regarding where would be the best place to buy spinach juice. Unfortunately there are very few places that you can buy it, other than at juice bars and raw food restaurants. I've only come across it in a bottled pasteurize form once, and I don't drink premade juices of any sort, so I wasn't interested in purchasing it. The best way to get your hands on some spinach juice, is to buy a juice machine, and make it at home yourself. It's 2010, and juicers are extremely affordable, and almost all appliance stores in the world carry them. There really is no excuse to not owning a juicer, so make sure that you have one in your home. The next best thing, which is a step above buying a juicer, is to grow your own spinach in the backyard for juicing. Spinach is pretty low key and low maintenance, and nothing tastes better than fresh homemade organic spinach juice made with your own homegrown or garden grown spinach.
Although there are a lot of safe and clean juice bars and raw food restaurants out there, I generally avoid drinking any juices that I don't make myself. I had a very bad experience a few years ago with a contaminated unpasteurized juice, and since then I have come to realize that the risks outweigh the nutritional benefits of buying unpasteurized juices from unknown outside sources. These days I buy locally grown organic fruits and vegetables, including spinach, or simply grow it myself in my garden. When it comes to spinach, carrots, or any other vegetable grown very close to the soil, it's best to make the juice yourself at home, so that you can sterilize the veggies yourself before juicing, and be extra confident that you are drinking bacteria free beverages. Since I first started home juicing about a decade ago or so, I have never gotten sick from drinking my own unpasteurized homemade fruit and vegetable juices, not one single time.
If you are actually able to buy some pasteurized spinach juice in a bottled variety, then likely you will end up drinking sugar water with some blended spinach, and a whole lot of preservatives and additives. When you pasteurize spinach juice, you will deactivate or destroy most of the nutritional properties within the juice, making it almost pointless to drink other than for hydration purposes. So in light of that, I would not set yourself loose on the wild goose chase of finding a premade packaged variety of spinach juice. As stated above, the best way to drink spinach juice, is to make it in the comfort of your own home. Doing this will give you access to the absolute treasure trove of vitamins and minerals available in the beverage, such as iron, calcium, folate or vitamin B9, vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin E, and many other essential nutrients. Other than wheatgrass juice, there really is no healthier beverage than spinach juice.
Another cool thing about making spinach juice from home, is that you can mix it up with other fruits and vegetables. If you need some ideas or inspiration for creating your own home juicing recipes, then simply browse through our extensive spinach juice recipes collection. Some of the recipes are even made with certain health ailments in mind, such as dry skin, dry hair, and many others. Try juicing your spinach with oranges, carrots, apples, strawberries, aloe vera, kiwifruit, kale, plantain, blueberries, peaches, plums, beets, ginger, and many other produce varieties. You can even mix spinach juice with non fruit or vegetable components, such as soy milk or bees honey. So in conclusion, you're going to find it very difficult to buy a bottled pasteurized variety of spinach juice, and it won't be very nutritious if you do. There are contamination risks involved with buying it from a juicer bar. My advice, don't buy it at all, make your own juice at home.