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Why Is MonaVie So Expensive?

September 15, 2009

I found this post on another blog (that is using the same theme as this blog). In The Value of MonaVie, the writer attempts to answer the question of why MonaVie is so expensive.

MonaVie uses only the most quality ingredients within it’s products. We also have to maintain enough staff to help keep quality standards high and at a specific level. When you buy MonaVie, you are only getting the best of the best. Quality is never sacrificed when making our product. It takes time and money to give you the best in health products.

Don’t forget that MonaVie is involved in a lot of charity products. A lot of the money goes to help out other causes.

If you feel that MonaVie is a little expensive, don’t let that stop you from obtaining it’s great benefits. There are discount all over the place. It will continue to get more competitive as more and more distributors and websites get a hold of the product.

The writer neglects to include one important ingredient to the high price of MonaVie. The 50% GV payout from the binary compensation plan is factored into the price of every bottle of MonaVie. If you’re a distributor paying MonaVie for $32/bottle, half of that money is going straight upline. Point blank, that’s why MonaVie is so expensive.

26 Comments leave one →
  1. Joecool permalink
    September 15, 2009 11:17 am

    It’s funny how IBOs do not see this. Many MLMs chatrge a lot for their products because the bonus payment is included in the price. MV claims they have a good bonus payment, but it is because they charge $45 for a bottle of juice. You can get the same thing at Sam’s club for much less than $45. Nice that MV helps charities, but the bottom line is that the MV IBOs are footing the bill.

  2. Candace permalink
    September 15, 2009 12:02 pm

    Did you see this on the site referenced in your post? How redundant can a person get?? Now we need a calculator (which tells us absolutely nothing, BTW) to determine if we are overpaying for MonaVie juice?

    I have a better idea, just use this little rule:
    If you’re buying it, you’re most certainly overpaying.

  3. September 15, 2009 2:42 pm

    Yeah, that calculator was pretty lame.

  4. September 16, 2009 7:14 am

    I LOVE the 50% payout. 🙂

    Sorry, cannot help but pull a plug on this wonderful feature of the Comp Plan.. in fact, it will be a miracle if it is increased to 60/70/80/90 even 100% payout. (Field Profit Only)

    CAN the price stay the same as it is today even at 100% payout?

    btw, ALL the acai berry juice products in Asia cost MORE than MonaVie. And they are NON-MLM. Oh no, what a scam! (sorry, another plug)

    p/s. Amthrax, are you sure the MonaVie Ingredients blog is not your twin? I had to take a closer look to realise that it is NOT. hehee 🙂

  5. Joecool permalink
    September 16, 2009 11:14 am

    Rykel, why don’t I start a new MLM where we sell snickers bars for $100 but tell you what, I will give you $50 commission on each snickers bar you sell. Imagine if you ate one of those every day you would make $350 a week! $350 a week would easily pay for the cds and seminars I would run to teach you to selll the snickers bars.

  6. September 16, 2009 6:26 pm

    Hi Joecool,

    Thanks for a reply.

    Of course, after so many years of trying so hard to explain why Amway/MLM is so “bad”, I understand where you are coming from.

    However using your snickers bar analogy, there are at least 2 realistic factual fallacies of omission, namely,

    1. Amway products and MonaVie are NOT just candies. eg. MonaVie has 19 precious, rare fruits. We in Asia possibly eat fruits more than in the USA, and if we were to blend those 19 fruits into a bottle (100% fruit juice), it would cost MORE than USD 39.00. Agreed?

    2. You will NOT be the only snicker bars around. There will be competitors. Soon enough, snicker bars will become just a mundane, common item on the meal menu, and so, MOST of the people would no longer buy YOUR snicker bars. That is why Community Building training is just a simple “how to sell candies” course, but a highly developed “Create a System, Building Leaders” type of corporate agenda.

    In other words, Community Building is never about the products. It is about a majority of us buying into the same beliefs, values and principles of the rest of the team.

    Of course, the Anti-Amway Kingpins will soon be around the corner trying to convince you and me that we are a “cult”. 🙂

  7. Joecool permalink
    September 16, 2009 6:37 pm


    I see your viewpoint, but in Mona Vie, the main “precious” ingredient is the acai berry. I can buy a basket of those in my local supermarket for $6 or less if they are on special. Yes, blending all those fruits would cost more than $9, but Sam’s club sells virtually the same thing for almost half of MV.

    Yes, snickers bars will become common, but I am only using a reference point. Amway basically does the same thing selling double x for $78. Yeah, I know the argument about double x being good, organic and all that, but how much does it cost to produce? Why do Amway employees get to buy that same double x for $10 or $12?

  8. Irv permalink
    September 18, 2009 10:20 pm

    Rykel said: “MonaVie has 19 precious, rare fruits”.

    No it doesn’t. It contains juice concentrates made from 19 fruits, most of which are neither precious nor rare (e.g., white and purple grape — the primary ingredients, apple, cranberry, apricot, prune, banana, pear, etc.). You don’t do yourself any favors when you resort to such blatantly transparent hyperbole. Monavie is mediocre (at best) in every respect and there is nothing rare or precious about it. That goes for acai as well, which other reputable beverage manufacturer’s sell for less than one-eighth the price of Monavie.

    Rykel said: “We in Asia possibly eat fruits more than in the USA, and if we were to blend those 19 fruits into a bottle (100% fruit juice), it would cost MORE than USD 39.00. Agreed?’

    No not agreed. The ingredients in Monavie are cheap, especially considering that it contains probably no more than a thimbleful of some of them. The only companies that sell $45 a bottle fruit juice are shameless scam MLM cults like Monavie and Xango. BTW, I’ve spent a lot of time in Asia. There is a variety of fresh delicious exotic fruits available at ridiculously low prices. Why on earth would anyone in Asia feel the need to opt for a preservative laced melange of fruit juice concentrates instead? Your only help of selling it there is to create artificial demand for something that people are better served without; for example, by convincing them that grape juice concentrate is “precious and rare”.

  9. flr permalink
    October 12, 2009 12:54 am

    Found this accidentally. I cannot believe you people are still moaning & groaning, nit pickin everything and everyone to death. Can’t you find something positive to do with your lives. MonaVie and TEAM are 2 entirely different businesses. Orrin Woodward/Team have been around for quite a few years in the Amway business, took his TEAM when he left Amway. Randy Haugen had Legacy while still in Amway. We went with TEAM for a while. They were not going in direction we felt was critical to everyone’s success and had differences. We left TEAM, TEAM is Orrin’s Tool business and that’s how they make money, they focus on tools business vs Mona Vie business even though MonaVie business is much more profitable. Legacy focuses on MonaVie business and helping us build a MonaVie business. Legacy provides tools, many online items that are downloadable for FREE, print for FREE, there is no money making side of Legacy. MonaVie if anyone really wants to research it, was built and founded by Henry marsh, Dallan larson, and another. They have a very sound business model, everyone gets paid every week. Anyone with a business of any type get paid. Why shouldn’t a MonaVie business person get paid for what he / she does. Do not confuse or put the MonaVie business together with Orrin’s TEAM business. they have nothing to do with each other. Many of the old Amway Diamonds & Emeralds, directs have loyal distributors that stuck with them. All of them and all of us who love MonaVie and the business are building brand new business from scratch. The product is awesome, it does provide healthy benefits, the Pulse is FDA approved for lowering cholesterol and high blood pressure. Why not try something new….go out and research what’s good about something and people vs looking for ways to continually blast things apart. You may enjoy it more. Have a gr8 day.

  10. bigTmoney permalink
    October 30, 2009 3:56 pm

    can u get me proof from somewhere that says that “Pulse is FDA approved for lowering chol.” ???

  11. souljourner permalink
    January 16, 2010 7:40 pm

    I have read alot of the articals written about the Mona-Vie product, But here is some facts I didn’t read in any of the articals listed, which are pertnant to the why abouts the product is expensive. First off, Mona-Vie is no run of the mill product. The expence of the product starts in how the fruits are processed. The fruits are processed with in less than 24 hrs of being picked. The process of freeze drying is an expensive process. Next you have to consider the kinds of fruits that are in the diffrent formulas of Mona-vie & what these fruits mixed together have potential to do. Then the bottling of the product vs other forms of packaging for consuption & preserving. From there consider the taist of the product vs pills & hard to swallow caplets, or products you may have to mix. And last, the ending results of what the product does for each individual. And can people put a price on their health?
    From a personal stand point, I can say I have had very successful results by using the products on a daily basis. I purchase a case of active & pulse, and 2 cases of E-mv. I also with the launch of E-mun, be puchasing a case of that per month as well. Being the most of the products are considered a food/beverage. I cannot make any claims. But I will say It has helped me significantly since I started taking the products.
    Now to put to rest the cost, I know visiting doctors is not chiep. I know to have surgery can be , and is exorbant in cost’s. And I know to have a memebership in a health club is an investment. So why don’t we consider products that can help improve our health ain the same manner, an investment?

  12. Burned Out with Mona Vie permalink
    January 18, 2010 2:22 pm

    I have heard this argument propping up the price before, not debating as to health benefits real or imagined, I have many volumes of text going both way’s, so it’s your choice health wise.

    As real world cost, 1 case active autoship $146 (All in USD) with tax and shipping included delivered UPS ground to my house, may vary in other areas however that is real world cost to me or $90 with free shipping from one of those “Scum Bag Sellers” on E-bay (Guessing Blue Diamond’s or above, again that’s just a guess) for basically the same exp date less a month or two thought still in life date.

    To level the playing field let’s not count the tax and shipping so we’ll go $131 vs $90. To knock out the $90 scenario, that would be a 12 Case bulk order under a down lines ID number keeping for the scumbag e-bay’er the BOB, TC and ECM to cover the free shipping with change left over. To do this on a regular basis in any volume, other than a potential extra marital affair with the UPS driver who picks the stuff up daily, probably not worth the effort unless it’s a crazy ass MLM thing.

    Now for the $131 USD school of thought, back when I really took copious notes at the rallies as an alternative so trying to score with the sexy single rubies and above (Never did but really tried like hell anyway), they were saying 45% went to the comp plan, 4% to MORE and 1% to preserving the rain forest, hence 50% of $131 would be $65.50 actual cost. Since I’m sure the toy’s, trips and perks going the the couple of hundred out of 2,400,000 who have been involved in the last 5 years were not free and I also summarize Mona Vie may actually have a corporate payroll, real corporate expenses, executive bonuses and manufacturing and logistical expenses, the figure I have read on other blogs that it costs around $20 Per case to manufacture sounds plausible.

    Glad you took the time to read this, I don’t down Mona Vie or the MLM industry, just offer a real world view without the hype and cult like gyrations, personally I canceled my Mona Vie distributorship and am happily taking a top notch multivitamin line offered by another network marketing company.

  13. ronnie g permalink
    July 30, 2010 5:58 am

    Yes i use the product on & off & yes it is a good product ,However & a big however it is overpriced ,should not cost more than $1

  14. ronnie g permalink
    July 30, 2010 6:05 am

    yes it is a good product ,use it myself ,however should not cost more than ten dollars a bottle ,& why is it not sold in stores ? .This whole concept of going through a rep or buying it on line is to gimmick oriented.Bottom line-Good product ,does it work ,who knows ,gimmick making it into a marketing buisness taking away the authenticity of the actual product ,way to expensive at $25 + for a bottle.Only good for wealthy people with extra money to spend on something that sounds good & beneficial

  15. August 11, 2010 4:32 pm

    I understand the frustration of the product being too pricey. We sell MonaVie for less. The product is wonderful.

  16. October 8, 2010 6:50 am

    MonaVie isn’t expensive. People spend more on beer and wine, cable services watching TV, sugary sodas, etc. MonaVie provides you with 19 fruits from around the world. If you bought these everyday you’d be spending way more than the cost of a bottle of MonaVie. 4 oz a day gives the equivalent serving of 13 fruits. I take MonaVie Active daily. My arthritis pain is almost gone, which is why now I tell everyone about MonaVie. If I had to spend the same amount on pain killers, physical therapy, doctor’s appointments, and heating pads for my arthritis, I’d be spending way more. When I went to physical therapy, I spent over $1,000 for a few sessions. By that comparison, MonaVie is cheap. You can get MonaVie at bulk prices at

  17. CGC permalink
    October 10, 2010 4:33 pm


    Why are you comparing MonaVie, which is a fruit juice, to several unrelated products? You should compare it to like products, i.e., other fruit juices. I don’t think that drinking fruit juice is going to stop people from spending money an any of these other items and will in fact only be adding to their daily expenses, so that’s really just a red herring that distracts from the real point — MonaVie is a very expensive fruit juice.

    In a Newsweek article, MonaVie’s CEO, Dallin Larsen, said it “is just a juice.” MonaVie’s own website says that it doesn’t treat, heal or even prevent any medical conditions. It’s a serving or two of non-organic, processed fruit, with an indeterminate amount of acai (perhaps as low as 6%), and a preservative. Again, the company’s own website states that MonaVie “Delivers the antioxidant capacity of approximately 13 servings of common fruits and vegetables in just four ounces.” That is very different from being equal to 13 whole fruits, and if you take a look at the label of your juice you can clearly see that it doesn’t offer much in the way of daily nutritional needs, save for vitamins C and K. Furthermore, many common fruits like apples, plums, cherries, blueberries, and raspberries have far higher levels of antioxidants than MonaVie juice, so it would take a big effort to find 13 fruits that combine to give you less than this juice, and even then they would still be bringing you much more of everything else your body needs, e.g., fiber, minerals, enzymes and vitamins. Every reputable, unbiased site giving nutritional information will tell you that it is much preferred to get your fruit and vegetable directly from the source, and not from a processed format. On top of all that, raw fruit is much cheaper — now that it’s autumn you can get a fresh apple for about 25 cents and it will have twice the antioxidants of MonaVie.

    Now if you are like me, you like to drink juice, and it can be useful to cover some of your daily fruit needs. My calculations show that MonaVie is about $1.50 an ounce, times 4 ounces a day ($6.00) times 7 days a week ($42) times 52 weeks a year, for a yearly cost of $2184. That seems outrageous to me, especially when I think that it’s for a measly 4 ounces a day. Who drinks their juice by the 2 ounce thimbleful anyway? Now if we are to trust the AIBMR research done by MonaVie’s primary acai specialist, Dr. Shausse, then we know the actual ORAC of 4 oz of MonaVie is 2690, making it 45.75 mg of polyphenols per ounce. At my local grocer I can get a juice with 47.05 mg of polyphenols for $0.06 ounce, which means if I drank the same amount as recommended by MonaVie, it would come to $87.60 a year, or a savings of $2096. And that’s just for one person! But let’s say you feel the need, despite the total lack of scientific evidence supporting its health benefits, to have acai in your diet. You can get pure, organic, with-pulp acai for around 75 cents an ounce, or you can get freeze-dried acai powder for even less. Mix a bit of that with some inexpensive unsweetened juice and you’ve got your acai for a fraction of the cost of MonaVie, with much more antioxidants and without the sodium benzoate.

    Now you claim that MonaVie eliminated your arthritis pain, but as a MonaVie distributor that has her own website, you must have passed the company’s compliance certification course. If so, then you would be aware of the policy that “No testimonials of any kind will be permitted.” There are several reasons for this, one being that even if what you say is a fact, it cannot be verified and without supporting proof cannot be considered typical. It’s these kind of claims that can get the company in trouble with the FTC. I mean, do you want people to be able to make any health claim for any product, or would you want them to have to back it up with verifiable evidence? Moreover, why would a potential consumer trust you, especially after you provided misinformation regarding the 13 fruits?

  18. CGC permalink
    October 11, 2010 8:22 pm

    Correction to previous post:
    I wrote “FTC” where I meant “FDA”. My apologies.

  19. November 28, 2010 3:13 pm

    CGC – It’s a fruit juice that works for me. The Active blend has glucosamine in it that is used the world over to help with joint pain. I compare it to other products that are suppose to stop pain. They all are way more expensive. MonaVie is cheap compared to them. Now you can say it’s juice, and there’s no evidence. That doesn’t matter to me. I get pain when I don’t drink MonaVie and my pain goes away when I do. For that, I’d swim oceans, walk miles or pay the cost of MonaVie to make the pain go away. It’s only a couple dollars a day. That being said, MonaVie itself can not legally claim that it treats anything. People should try it. Goodness knows they pay tons of money on other things and expensive drugs to make their pain go away and many of them don’t work, or have awful side effects.

  20. CGC permalink
    November 28, 2010 5:50 pm

    You are right about one thing, MonaVie cannot legally (or truthfully) claim that their low-nutrition fruit juice reduces joint pain. That is because they have no evidence that it does so. What’s more, MonaVie distributors, and I assume you are one, cannot legally claim that the juice has any medicinal qualities. Don’t you know your company’s own rules? Read this then: You are totally ignorant of your own company’s guidelines and we are supposed to take you seriously?

    You are lying about at least one thing — you can get Glucosamine without the expensive MV wrapper for much, much less. That is, you get more of what you want for less. Why bother with the overpriced juice? At best your claims of pain reduction are placebo effect, at worst you just lying to help yourself sell more juice that is so overpriced it can’t be sold honestly.

  21. switch permalink
    November 29, 2010 1:35 pm

    you said,

    “MonaVie itself can not legally claim that it treats anything. People should try it.”

    but before that, you told us this…

    “I get pain when I don’t drink MonaVie and my pain goes away when I do. For that, I’d swim oceans, walk miles or pay the cost of MonaVie to make the pain go away.”

    Now, that’s a classic pitch…just tell them that the pain “goes” away instead of treating it.

  22. Anonymous Aussie permalink
    November 29, 2010 2:23 pm

    Julie states “That being said, MonaVie itself can not legally claim that it treats anything.”

    Of course they can’t – you remember what happened to the last company Dallin Larsen was involved with after he made illegal and fraudulent health claims concerning Royal Tongan Limu, how they were shut down by the FTC, fined $2million dollars, had millions of dollars of inventory destroyed, etc?

    So knowing that the company would be acting illegally if they were they were to make the precise claims you’re making, what makes you think that YOU making the claims yourself makes it legal or even remotely acceptable???

    Your lack of logic is truly astounding…

  23. Burned Out with Mona Vie permalink
    November 29, 2010 3:20 pm

    Yup, I remembered Dallan’s last MLM too, what a history lesson, just thought, what if 12/21/2012 really happens, guess MV can’t fix that, however bet somebody claims it will.

  24. lindarose goldkamp permalink
    April 20, 2013 9:25 am

    I’ve never read so many negative comments about MonaVie! I am sure every “body” is unique and, therefore, the reactions will vary for everyone. For “my” body, having had “chronic bronchitis” whenever the cold season comes around, it has since diminished after drinking this wonderful juice! “My” body has reacted with “daily” bowel movements–which is healthy if you are eating a variety of foods daily.

    It’s been several years (since last qtr. of 2008) since I’ve been drinking it. Working in a “retail” business, I see the same people at different times. I’ve gotten compliments from people I haven’t seen in a while that I “look great”. People younger than me who “smoke” or “drink alcohol frequently” look much older. I like to think that I “look great” to these people who’ve known me BECAUSE I do NOT drink ALCOHOL, do NOT SMOKE, AND that I DO regularly drink MONAVIE.

    I do credit MONAVIE with my better health. Again, every “body” is different for multitudes of reasons.

    To make money with MonaVie, you have to have a business plan. MonaVie has a compensation plan which works if you build it properly. It is an “MLM”; it’s A BUSINESS! Building a business requires money, and if you do not know how to handle money properly, you’d be in debt always until you fix it. If you don’t like the product or are not making $$ building it “your” way, then STOP! But move on! Enough of the “negative” attitude!

    I remember the founders in my prayers, because I love their “Christian” attitude in the business; I also remember “Team Legacy” in my prayers because of their great leadership.

  25. Vogel permalink
    April 23, 2013 3:58 pm

    Lindarose Goldkamp said: “I’ve never read so many negative comments about MonaVie!”

    You’re welcome. That’s no doubt because everything you ever read about Monavie came from a company brochure or from someone with a financial interest in the product that made it impossible for them to be objective.

    Lindarose Goldkamp said: “I am sure every ‘body’ is unique and, therefore, the reactions will vary for everyone.”

    Uh, no, that’s not how it works. Human bodies are remarkably similar and predictable; that’s why interventions like medicine are effective. Cheap fruit juice doesn’t magically cure cancer in some people and not in others. Monavie does nothing other than wet your throat modestly (2 ounces at a time) and lighten your wallet substantially (up to $50 a bottle).

    Lindarose Goldkamp said: “For ‘my’ body, having had ‘chronic bronchitis’ whenever the cold season comes around, it has since diminished after drinking this wonderful juice!”

    That was vague enough (purposely?) to make it unclear whether you were drawing a conclusion about cause and effect or just remarking about a mundane coincidence that had nothing to do with Monavie. People make faulty conclusions about cause and effect all the time – it’s a very common logical fallacy. It’s like observing that the sun rises every morning just after the rooster crows, and then concluding that crowing roosters cause the sun to rise. Bottom line: fruit juice – including the overpriced low-grade piss water that Monavie sells – doesn’t cure or mitigate bronchitis. Even the product’s “inventor” (har!), Ralph Carson, said so – he basically called it expensive flavored water.

    Lindarose Goldkamp said: “My body has reacted with ‘daily’ bowel movements–which is healthy if you are eating a variety of foods daily.”

    Gross! I’m not going to touch that one. It’s impolitic to discuss one’s BMs with strangers. ROFL Although, diarrhea is one effect of Monavie that I wouldn’t be too quick to rule out. Could be attributable to the preservative sodium benzoate, which they dump into the bottles so that the juice doesn’t turn lethally rancid during the year that it will spend unsold in some distributor’s garage or car trunk.

    Lindarose Goldkamp said: “I’ve gotten compliments from people I haven’t seen in a while that I ‘look great’. People younger than me who ‘smoke’ or ‘drink alcohol frequently’ look much older. I like to think that I ‘look great’ to these people who’ve known me BECAUSE I do NOT drink ALCOHOL, do NOT SMOKE, AND that I DO regularly drink MONAVIE.”

    Again, nothing at all to do with Monavie. How look as you age is determined mostly by genetics; secondarily by lifestyle factors; not at all because of drinking 4 ounces/day of idiot juice.

    Lindarose Goldkamp said: “I do credit MONAVIE with my better health.”

    You’ve made a huge mistake in doing so; and if you go around retelling that mistake to potential customers (which I’m sure you do), then you are also a dishonest lawbreaker to boot. Do us all a favor and just stop. Stop selling this garbage; stop trying to fill people’s heads with nonsensical dog poop.

    Lindarose Goldkamp said: “Again, every ‘body’ is different for multitudes of reasons.”

    Again, no, they aren’t. Crack a book.

    Lindarose Goldkamp said: “To make money with MonaVie, you have to have a business plan. MonaVie has a compensation plan which works if you build it properly. It is an “MLM”; it’s A BUSINESS! Building a business requires money, and if you do not know how to handle money properly, you’d be in debt always until you fix it. If you don’t like the product or are not making $$ building it “your” way, then STOP! But move on! Enough of the ‘negative’ attitude!”

    Blah, blah, blah. The business plan doesn’t work and you sound like a silly parrot. You don’t seem like one of the savvy veteran liars, so I’ll assume that you’re just a newbie and go easy on you. Basically, you know nothing about how this business is run: how people jump to the top of the pyramid through cronyism and sweetheart deals; how people have their downlines arbitrarily taken away; where the profits really come from (meetings and tools); and how many of the fakers pretending to be successful are actually bankrupt. You don’t even own a business. What you really have is merely a chance to collect sand with a sieve.

    Lindarose Goldkamp said: “I remember the founders in my prayers, because I love their ‘Christian’ attitude in the business; I also remember ‘Team Legacy’ in my prayers because of their great leadership.”

    They need your prayers because as it stands now they are all hell-bound. They don’t have a Christian attitude. They are malevolent fiends who pose as Christians to suck real Christians into joining a pyramid scheme and screwing over their fellow Christians. TEAM is leading you over a cliff. That’s not great leadership; just unbridled recklessness.

    PS: Please, in the name of all that’s holy, stop using random “quotation” marks. It makes me want to scream.

    [Editor’s note: added blockquotes for easier reading]

  26. April 25, 2013 5:55 am

    @lindarose goldkamp

    I hope to God He is not hearing your prayers just like He obviously didn’t, any of FHTM’s hoodwinked masses and it’s charlatans!

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