Costco Shoppers Are Intrigued By These Daily Fruit And Veggie Vitamins

We all know we should be eating more fruits and vegetables. Maintaining a balanced diet is essential for good health, but many people find it difficult to find the time to eat healthy meals on top of everything else they have on their busy to-do lists. But now, the health and wellness company Natrol has made it easy to get the nutrition you need, in the time it takes to swallow a sip of water. Their Juice Festiv Daily Fruit and Daily Veggie supplements are made with the time-strapped consumer in mind, and now they have partnered up with Costco, which is now selling a combo-pack of these two supplements for just $19.99 (via Instagram).

Each bottle is packed with essential nutrients you need from a varied diet. According to Instagram user @costcodeals, who posted about the Costco find on their account, one bottle of the Daily Fruit supplement contains "23 fruits, including Super a fruits açaí, goji berry, pomegranate, blueberry, and noni," while the Daily Veggie contains "18 vegetables + 5 grains/greens, including wheat grass, kale, kelp, spinach, and spirulina."

Natrol supplements will be available in select Costco locations and online

Another satisfied Costco shopper, @costcobuys, made a sponsored post informing their Instagram followers the supplements "are also an excellent source of antioxidant nutrients, Vitamin A, Vitamin B12, Vitamin C, and Vitamin E! This @Costco pack includes one bottle of Daily Fruit (120 capsules) and one bottle of Daily Veggie (120 capsules)! Grab some now in select stores through 2/28!" (via Instagram). 

A user on the @costcodeals page commented, "I need these for my picky 4yr old!" Another shopper gushed, "I've been buying them online for almost 2 years." However, one user remained skeptical: "Why does this product contain soy?" As Heathline points out, lecithin is used in many dietary supplements but is not without its controversies.

Per Natrol, all their fruit and veggie ingredients are 100 percent organic, and the supplements are also packed with nutritional grains, probiotics, and digestive enzymes for optimal health and wellness. Though, according to the label, these capsules contain only 70 percent organic ingredients in total and should be taken with a meal.

These two-packs will be available for a limited time at select Costco locations in the Midwest, and they will also be available for purchase online, so even individuals who don't live nearby a participating Costco can reap the health benefits of these fruit and veggie-packed supplements.