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Açaí Machine * 178 Açaí Berries * 14 Concord Grapes * 2 Apples * 1 Banana * 3/4 Plum
Berry Blast * 5 Blackberries * 4 Raspberries * 4 Strawberries * 3 1/2 Apples * 1/2 Banana
Blue Machine  27 Blueberries  3 Blackberries  3 1/4 Apples  1 Banana
Chia Cherry Lime * 10,000mg Chia Seeds * 10 1/3 Sweet Cherries * 1/5 Lime * 3 2/3 Apples * 1/4 Plum
Chia Sweet Peach * 10,000mg Chia Seeds * 1/2 Peach * 1/2 Orange * 1/6 Mango * 2 3/4 Apples
Green Machine * 2 3/4 Apples * 1/2 Banana * 1/3 Kiwi * 1/3 Mango * a hint of Pineapple
Mighty Mango * 1 1/4 Mangos * 1/2 Orange * 1 3/4 Apples * 1/3 Banana * a hint of Lemon
Orange Mango * 1 3/4 Oranges * 1/2 Mango * 1 3/4 Apples * a hint of Banana
Peach Guava + Coconut Water * 3/4 Guava * 3/4 Peach * 3/4 Orange * 1/2 a Coconut's Water * 1/3 Mango * 3/4 Apple
Pineapple Mango + Coconut Water * 4 1/2 Acerola Cherries * 1/2 a Coconut's Water * 1/3 Mango * 1/3 Orange * 1/4 Passion Fruit * 1 Apple * a hint of Pineapple

Pomegranate Açaí * 1 2/3 Pomegranates * 95 Açaí Berries * 1 1/3 Apples * 1/2 Banana * 14 Red Grapes * 14 White Grapes
Pomegranate Blueberry * 1 1/2 Pomegranates * 23 Blueberries * 1/2 Apple * 34 Red Grapes * 34 White Grapes
Power-C Machine * 5 Strawberries * 1 1/3 Guavas * 1 1/2 Apples * 1/2 Orange * 1/2 Peach * 1/2 Mango
Probiotic Machine Tropical Mango * 1 Apple * 1 1/3 Mangos * 1/2 Orange * 1/4 Banana * A Hint of Pineapple
Protein Zone * 2 1/3 Apples * 1 Banana * 1/3 Orange * a hint of Pineapple * a hint of Coconut
Protein Zone Banana Chocolate * 1 Banana…...

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