Phyll, New York, introduced shelf-stable, ready-to-drink (RTD) fruit and greens smoothies. Phyll provides a healthy option for consumers on-the-go, with each of its smoothies packed with three servings of fruits and veggies, 15 grams of plant-based protein and no added sugars or sweeteners ― all in an eco-friendly, recyclable paperboard carton.

Phyll’s RTD smoothies undergoes a Clean-Pressed process, which allows for long-lasting shelf life without the need for refrigeration while preserving the fresh flavors and essential nutrients, it says.

“Growing up on a farm I always had access to fresh produce,” said Jeff Goodman, co-founder of Phyll, in a statement. “I quickly realized how hard that was to maintain while balancing a hectic work schedule, and wanted an easier way to get nutritious fruits and veggies when pressed for time.”

Goodman teamed up with his long-time best friend Sam Dickstein to create Phyll. Today, Phyll's smoothies are available in three flavors: Greenfest, Mixed Berry and Chocolate. Packaged in an 11-ounce container, Phyll retails at less than $5 a bottle.

“With Phyll, we wanted to bring the experience of a healthy, homemade smoothie to consumers without the hassle,” Dickstein said. “Our three delicious flavors deliver fresh-from-the-blender quality in a convenient, grab-and-go format.” 

Phyll’s RTD smoothies are high in protein and a good source of fiber, and are made with no artificial ingredients or preservatives, according to the company. All flavors provide three servings of fruits and veggies (including an entire serving of veggies). Phyll's smoothies are available at, and retail for $29.99 for a pack of six.