Going out of Business…
Dear Valued Customer,
I regret to inform you that we will be discontinuing Truronia. You have become part of our Tru Family and we are so grateful that you took a chance on us, and have supported us over the last few years.
We started out as a small group of farmers that had no idea how to launch, market, or retail a new product. Our mission has always been to grow and produce a clean and healthy product, for healthier people. We have learned SO much along the way and met some AMAZING people like you. Our biggest take away has been just how loyal and genuine the people of the Midwest truly are.
Thank you for blessing our lives and families, with your love and opportunity. You invited a little piece of our heart, that we poured into every bottle, into your home. We will miss your calls and seeing your faces, and hope we leave you with an impression of genuine gratitude.
We are on the last of our inventory of the Truronia 24.5 ounce bottles of pure Aronia berry juice. There are only about 60 4-packs left, so get them while you can!
What is Aronia?
Aronia berries are shown to have amazing effects on the body when ingested regularly. The positive benefits of the superfruit include:
- Improve digestion
- Reduce inflammation
- Improve blood circulation
- Regulate blood pressure
- Prevent & help treat diabetes
- Balance cholesterol
- Good for eyes and skin
- Prevent cold & flu
Why Drink Trüronia?
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The high levels of polyphenols in aronia protect the body from free radicals, resulting in all-encompassing health benefits. Studies have shown that the antioxidants in aronia have some of the greatest benefits for human health in many ways. The high levels of polyphenols in aronia protect the body from free radicals, resulting in all-encompassing health benefits. By preventing the oxidation of free radicals, you can help reverse the effects of aging and its related conditions.
What are aronia berries?
Aronia berries are a type of berry that is native to the midwest. They are also known as “chokeberries”, because of their sour taste that can make your mouth pucker. Aronia berries can be eaten raw from the bush, but are also used in jam, wine, syrup, tea, and delicious Truronia juice.
What do they do?
Aronia berries are known as a rich source of antioxidants and vitamins, which have incredible health benefits. Incorporating aronia berries into your daily diet can help lower blood pressure, improve digestion, and reduce inflammation.
Where do your berries come from?
Aronia berries are native to the midwest, so they are right at home at our farm in Hastings, Nebraska. We organically farm our aronia berries to maximize their nutrition and minimize negative impact on the environment.
How do they work?
Aronia berries contain high levels of anthocyanins and proanthocyanidins, along with other antioxidants and vitamins. Anthocyanins are the pigment in berries that give them a dark purple color (which is why dark colored berries like cranberries, blueberries and elderberries are considered healthy). Proanthocyanidins are found in plants, and help the body eliminate free radicals.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.