Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What goes into your smoothies?

A: Only the freshest diary and fruit ingredients

Non-Fat Frozen Yogurt

  • Fat Free
  • Good Source of Calcium and Protein
  • Low Cholesterol
  • Fat Free


  • Low Fat (Less than 1%)
  • Low in Calories
  • Smooth and Yummy


  • Non Dairy
  • Low Fat
  • Made with Fruit Purees
  • Sweet


  • IQF (Individually Quick Frozen)
    • Locks in and Preserves all the Natural Benefits of Fresh Fruit
    • Better Taste
    • Better Consistency
  • Fresh Bananas
    • Rich in Vitamins and Potassium
    • Good Source of Fiber

Fruit Juice

  • All Natural
  • No Preservatives
  • No Syrups
  • Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice and Carrot Juice

About Our Ingredients

100% Carrot Juice

Keva Juice extracts juice from the freshest carrots on-site all day everyday- the most ideal way to supply vitamins, antioxidants, and fiber to the body. Carrot juice is a gold mine of nutrients. Vitamin A in carrots promotes growth of bones and teeth, and the maintenance of healthy body tissues. Carrot juice is one of the richest sources of vitamin A that can be used in the daily diet. It also ranks high as a source of the other vitamins, especially those of the B complex. Its mineral content is equally rich, and includes calcium, copper, magnesium, potassium, sodium, phosphorus, chlorine, sulfur, and iron.

Fresh Orange Juice

Many juice shops use frozen concentrate or other types of not-so-fresh orange juice. Keva Juice infact squeezes oranges! Vitamin C found in oranges helps to enhance and protect the immune system.

Real Fruit

Bananas are used in almost every Keva Juice smoothie. Bananas are rich in vitamin B6 and they are a good source of fiber, vitamin C, magnesium and potassium. The potassium found in bananas helps to regulate blood pressure and may reduce the risk of high blood pressure and stroke. Potassium is also essential for helping muscles to contract properly during exercise and reduces cramping up. A medium-sized banana provides 400 mg of potassium -11% of daily value- and contains 110 calories and 4 grams of fiber. Bananas also contain plenty of carbohydrates, which are the body’s main source of energy. They are also easy to digest. Research also shows that serotonin and norepinephrine in bananas may naturally help sufferers overcome depression. They are the good mood food. Convenience and nutritional value of bananas make them a good post-exercise snack. During long exercises your body loses vitamins and minerals and a banana replaces these nutrients as well as giving you the energy you need.

Strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, and peaches in Keva Juice smoothies are individually quick frozen (IQF) without added sugars, preservatives, or other additives. IQF fruits help maintain nutritional value and give smoothies a better consistency while protecting the taste these fruits have to offer when fresh. Berries serve as functional foods due to the plethora of disease-preventing powers they contain. Their rich pigments, like the anthocyanin or blue color of blueberries, contribute antioxidant properties.

Non-fat Yogurt, Sherbet, Sorbet, and Fat-free Milk

Keva Juice uses non-fat yogurt, which like fat-free milk, is low in calories and is a concentrated source of calcium, protein, vitamin D, and some B vitamins. Non-fat yogurt contributes to the smooth, creamy consistency of smoothies. Sherbet is used as opposed to ice cream to reduce the calories as it is made with non-fat or low-fat milk (1.1% fat) and makes Keva Juice smoothies extremely flavorful. Sorbet is a frozen fruit dessert typically made with a sweetener and a fruit puree. It also tends to be lower in fat than many other frozen fruit desserts, as it contains no animal products to up the fat content. Fat-free milk is coupled with non-fat yogurt in the Keva Tempters. This allows you to enjoy your treat without the fat.

The Scoop on Styrofoam

Q: What’s the best way to help the environment regarding cups?

A: Personally, the use of our reusable mugs is the best way to help the environment. Plus, the mugs are fun and insulate both hot and cold beverages.

Q: Are Styrofoam cups harmful to the ozone layer?

A: No. The use of ozone depleting chemicals in Styrofoam products was outlawed in 1991.

Q: Can you recycle Styrofoam?

A: Yes. Styrofoam is recyclable and Styrofoam recycling programs are expanding. However, wax-coated paper cups are not recyclable.

Q: Are paper cups better for the environment?

A: No. The paper cup is substantially more resource-depleting to manufacture. Compared to the foam cups we use, the typical wax-coated paper cup requires 6 times the raw materials, 33 times the chemicals, and wastes 56 times the water.