I discovered Amazing Grass Green SuperFood powder at Whole Foods a year or so ago when they were giving it out in little cups as a free sample. More specifically, the sample was a mixture of green superfood powder with some apple juice, which I thought was a pretty decent combination tastewise.
The low down on all-organic green superfood is that one serving has the antioxidant equivalent to seven servings of fruits and vegetables. Inside of each serving is a blend of four powders: (1) Green Foods (things like grass, alfalfa, spinach), (2) Antioxidants (acai, carrot, beet, green tea), (3) Fiber (flax seed powder, apple pectin fiber), and (4) Digestive Enzymes & Probiotics (acidophilus
I buy single serving packets of Green Superfood and I keep the packets in my desk at work. Each serving is 30 calories, 1 gram of fat, and 2 grams of fiber (so 0 weight watchers points). I think it tastes pretty good but I'm open to grassy tasting foods. I can say (if it helps you judge) that in comparison to wheat grass, this stuff is really good.