Re "certified organic"
I agree, don't believe much printed in any online advertising.
If they claim it on the bottle, I think there is a better chance it may be true
Any users, please reply with what claims are made on the bottle. Thanks
Otherwise you would need to write to the certifying body.
I would do that if I was going to buy some.
But the product & the company did not survive beyond the first hour of checking customer feedback.
Re the "money back guarantee"
You may not have 90 days. See http://meganutritionorganicsuperfood.com/new/report/
Near the bottom, just after Free gift #4
Quote: ... just send it back within 30 days for a full refund of the purchase price.
You have three whole months to prove to yourself that it works! End quote
Don't they proof read their stuff?
Now that I've read some customer feedback here, and
I've lost all confidence, will stick with my home grown green smoothies.
My local health food shop has all 8 of his superfoods, most of which I use in my "Boost jars". Will add the rest.
These jars are 14 plastic containers, 2" cube, that I fill with various goodies (the list grows!) and use one/smoothy.
They also have a machine that you can use to grind peanut butter into your own container.
You can see there is nothing but peanuts in the glass hopper, and it's cheaper than supermarket PB.