American MonaVie and Canadian MonaVie are Different?


I noticed this in another discussion today. MonaVie is different in the US and Canada.

it’s worth noting the inconsistency across the labels. The US label clearly shows that it’s 3 grams of sugar, while the Canadian label shows that it’s 4 grams of sugar. Also Canadian MonaVie is only 20 calories per 30ml (ounce) while the American MonaVie is 30 calories. Those are some big differences. I don’t know how one can claim MonaVie has any science to it’s blend, when it can’t even be a consistent drink across two neighboring countries.

In the past distributors have claimed MonaVie to be a low-sugar drink. If we are to believe the Canadian label it has 32 grams of sugar per 8 ounces… which is more than most 8 ounce drinks I’ve come across. I guess when I asked if MonaVie is the Worst Juice in America, I should have asked about Canada as it would have come up as having 25% more sugar (though fewer calories). I don’t know why someone wouldn’t just take another juice and put it in their shot glass instead… it would be the same or less sugar than the Canadian version. It would seem like there’s nothing special to distributors’ of MonaVie being a low-sugar drink – just the size of the serving.

Originally posted 2010-06-19 02:54:59. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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8 Responses to “American MonaVie and Canadian MonaVie are Different?”
  1. Strangely Says:

    Not only are the labels different, LM, but check the actual wording on the Canadian one…

    It says (and remember, the MV top dogs are always saying “it’s just juice, not a medicine or drug”,

    Medicinal Ingredients: Acai, Acerola

    Non-medicinal ingredients: Water, Citric acid, Natural flavouring, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate

    So in the US it’s not a medicine, but in Canada it is? Curious.

  2. MonaVie Scam Says:

    That was my original reason for uploading the image. I wrote a stub of an article here – but didn’t get around to that point. I fail.

  3. Courtney Says:

    There are always going to be inconsistencies in this world. Humans are inconsistent, the market is. It’s a fact of life. MonaVie has helped terminally ill patients walk, breathe again, everyone that drinks it feels the benefits of it. So thats what I , and they, are going to go with. Damn you MonaVie, for not being 100% flawless but I still heart you!!

  4. MonaVie Scam Says:

    MonaVie has never helped a terminally ill person walk or breathe again. MonaVie, the company, doesn’t claim benefits to the juice, so you shouldn’t either.

    Damn you Courtney for lying and trying to con others into joining your scam.

  5. Anonymous Aussie Says:

    The only consistent thing coming from Courtney’s mouth is absolute crap!

    Is this idiot for real or what??!!

  6. humiliated Says:

    Really Courtney? EVERYONE feels the benefits? Why do you lie? All of the people I signed up felt only the benefit of their bank account draining. 4 oz is equal to one lousy serving of fruit a day and has less anti-oxidants then the common, store bought apple. I myself felt absolutely ZERO benefit, although I really wanted to for that kind of money.

    I love the way the argument shifts to “humans are inconsistent” when we state that it has done nothing for the majority of people that have tried it (that is so snake oily, it is almost comical). Why are you that naive? Do you think Acetaminophen for a headache only works for a small percentage of the population like Monavie does? How about anti-biotics? Blood pressure medications?Same deal? Think about what you are saying. It makes no sense.

  7. René De Beaumarchais Says:

    Whether Canadian or USAian, Monavie is still a bs juice scam.

  8. MonaVie Scam Says:

    Right you are. I wanted to point out the difference because some people lie about medical cures. If medical cures were true, they’d stick with the same ingredients everywhere.

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