'Green Juice' Gummy Bears Are Here, So Get Ready For A Candy Cleanse


Gigi Hadid once advised us to "eat clean, stay fit and have a burger to stay sane."

I'm going to take the model's words of wisdom up a notch and add "candy" to the mix.

Hey, if you're going to be ~healthy~ and whatnot, you might as well have a little bit of fun, too.

With the perfect blend of sweet and seriousness, Sugarfina partnered with Pressed Juicery to create "Green Juice" gummy bears — an oxymoron if there ever was one.

"We're serious about what we do, but we don't take ourselves too seriously," Pressed Juicery CEO Hayden Slater told Delish.

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Well, considering this whole concoction was born from an April Fools' prank, it's safe to say this is one of the less-intense cleansing routines.

Last year, Sugarfina announced it was going to make green juice gummy bears, but shoppers were disappointed to learn this was only a joke for April 1.

"We loved the idea of gummy bears inspired by the juice trend, but we had no idea it would be so in demand," Sugarfina Co-founders Rosie O'Neill and Josh Resnick told Delish.

Thus, the green gummies were born.

They're a mix of spinach, lemon, apple and ginger concentrate and are both sugar-free and gluten-free, leading you to feel guilt-free when indulging.

As of April 26, they're available in three various sizes with reasonable prices ranging from $3 to $14.

Not so bad, huh? We can dig it.


For everyone who's really dedicated to cleansing, there's also a "Green Juice" 7-Day Gummy Bear Cleanse, which is currently on sale for $23.

With tiny glasses appropriate for taking shots, the gummies are secured and ready for your cleansing pleasure.


Perhaps we're more inclined to follow a health regiment when it's not quite so intimidating. Since gummy bears are the complete opposite of intimidating, it's no wonder the green treats are so highly anticipated.

Cute, healthy and a bit sweet? Sounds like the perfect combo.

Citations: Yes, "Green Juice" Gummy Bears Are Now A Thing (Delish)