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You can now get a monthly subscription of DIY fruit and vegetable smoothies

Get fruit and vegetables cut, premixed and delivered to your door – blender included

Tabea Greuner
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Tabea Greuner
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Monthly subscription services are getting more popular these days, with the latest being this Smooth Smoothie DIY kit by Ouchi de Yasai. As many people are now working remotely to cope with the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, this monthly smoothie subscription service will make it easy for you to maintain your daily intake of fruit and veg.

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It’s all about convenience: frozen fruit are cut, premixed and packed in single-serving bags. The first delivery even comes with a free cordless blender that also doubles as a drinking glass, so you’ll have less dishes to wash. All you need to do is add water or milk to the provided fruit-and-veg mix and hit blend.

Smooth Smoothie
Photo: ©2020 Kompeito Inc.

Smooth Smoothie avoids food additives such as preservatives, food colouring as well as artificial flavours and sweeteners. It only uses natural rare sugar to add sweetness, and lemon juice for a hint of acidity and to prevent discolouration.

Smooth Smoothie
Photo: ©2020 Kompeito Inc.

Ten smoothie flavours are available each month: four standard offerings plus six seasonal creations. The standard options include Daily Green with spinach, banana and orange; Acai Beauty with acai, strawberry, banana and blueberry; Tomato Sunrise with tomatoes and pineapple; and Avocado Energy with avocado and grapefruit.

In October, look forward to these seasonal creations: Sexy Violet with acai, pomegranate, apple and banana; Happy Autumn with persimmon, nashi pear and sudachi citrus; and more besides.

Smooth Smoothie comes in three different subscription options: 10 packs (¥3,980), 20 packs (¥6,980) and 30 packs (¥8,980). It's available across Japan, with a few exceptions. Order your DIY smoothie kit here.

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