Pricing Liquid Supplements

Liquid supplements are the flagships of many Direct Selling Companies. Business For Home is analyzing the pricing. What do the products cost per day and year (USA pricing)? We do not want to go into an scientific discussion what is the best nutritional product.

We think below liquid supplements are all great. There is significant revenue in the products, and science behind the listed liquid supplements.

Below we calculated the price per Day, per Year and for a Family of 4 persons.

  • The average price per day for a first class liquid supplement is $2.51 or $917 per year.
  • In price Exfuze is the cheapest product
  • Monavie cost a family nearly $8,234 per year.
  • The difference between the Nr. 1 and Nr. 9 is $6,468 for a family.
  • Monavie is market leader in sales, Nr. 2 Tahitian Noni (estimated)
  • Vemma reported 19% growth in revenue in 2011 Q1.

RankNumberProductPer DayPer YearPer Family (4 p)Est. Sales in Million $ WW
Exfuze Seven + PROformance
Tahitian Noni
Sisel Eternity
Agel Core Min
Rain Nutrition Soul
Xango Mangosteen Juice
Zrii Amalaki
Monavie Active

Liquid Supplement Pricing 2011

Regarding the recommended serving: If the company recommends 1-2 servings we took the 2 servings advice.


Liquid Supplements Review


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Comments (15)

  1. Great article … I would also be interested to see a return on investment comparison of the average earnings in those companies for a “moderately” successful rep. Price doesn’t matter as much as ROI if you ask me.

  2. Thanks Christina!!!

    This entire industry is based on fancy bottles and amazing packages. People are sheep and most of us like stuff that glitters.

    Forget the roi or the cost, do an analysis on who has the best bottle or the coolest name. My vote for the best bottle is Tahitian Noni and Xango gets it with the name.

    In this economy how does the average American family pay the mortgage or the lights while shelling out this much bread on non-essential items like Noni, Gogi, Acai etc. etc. etc.?

    I get each product, minus the fancy bag, for 10-20% of the $35-$50 at my food co-op (I get it organic also).

    It’s what in the bottle that counts, not the bottle. Read the ingredients and pasteurization never beats fresh squeezed if it’s about health.

    Forgot, these companies are focused on wealth with the illusion of health; pardon the interruption!

  3. Wow… Monavie has a title called “royal black diamond”…now that’s fancy huh?

    Can your company top that package? No wonder people are joining these type of businesses, 5linx has a title “double platinum senior vice president” and away has “double diamonds.”

    What is this, the Flinstone’s? I want to be the “grand pubar”

    Corporate America needs to learn from these lofty titles and get away from the bland, mundane manager, clerk and president and spice it up with some precious metals and gems in there titles; it might help productivity and morale.

  4. Carols
    Exactly–don’t get me started about how “heat kills” and companies use different “pasteurization names” so people think their process to put juice in bottles is okay. I could go on and on-but this isnt the place. I just cant tell people enough DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH-and ASK THE HARD QUESTIONS-you’ll be surprised.

    Christina Hales
    Gold Executive

  5. Your Pricing is off on Mona Vie $130 for 4 bottles is $4.64 a day.. But if you have a family of 4 the price of the juice goes down even more the more juice you buy the cheaper it is!!!.. With the results I get physically and financially its well worth every penny!!

  6. I just picked up a 32 ounce bottle of organic Acai juice for $12.94, am I missing something aside from the wine style bottle?

    They had organic Noni juice for around the same price too.

    Caveat emptor

  7. All Monavie Bottles has the acai and 18 fruits blend in one bottle we have a patent on it called acavie
    the costco brand the one ingredient is water i could get that from the sink all monavie products has a purpose i lost 50lbs in 4 months its working.. while all the acai out there is fake they copied us.

  8. I am a FORMER MonaVie distributor.
    My family could no longer afford to continue in MonaVie.  Our "upline" bailed on us when we would host parties and such, and they were always busy with "an up and coming".  Funny, I only had one person signed…thought I was up and coming??
    It is very easy to get hooked into the promise of all of this money every week.,  Lets face it, it is a rich mans sport.  I am not rich nor do I have rich friends and family that I am willing to make fools out of.
    I tried, I really did…I had people willing to sign, until they found out the price.  Sure, the more people in you family, the more juice you neeed, but that still is a cost of $150+ every month JUST for four bottles of juice.  I needed 3 cases of juice every month.  2 adults, and two kids.  It still cost me $400 JUST for our juice, not to mention the RVL weight loss shakes. That was another $150 or so and if I wanted the snack bars…$95 a box.  So yes, this is NOT a company for every day people like myself. 
    I am not saying its not worth it, it DOES work, it does taste great.  I just couldnt sell it to my everyday hard working friends and family.
    It is just a rich mans juice!!

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