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Glimmer Coffee Concentrate - 32 Servings - 40% OFF!
Can you drink coffee while pregnant? Yes with Glimmer Coffee concentrate! Pre-brewed with precise, safe caffeine per serving. You know EXACTLY how much caffeine is in every cup. No guessing. No guilt. Plus, it's 100% chemical free: no fertilizers, pesticides or chemical processing. And it's guaranteed mold and mycotoxin free too. Drink it hot or cold. Mix it with milk or water. There are so many ways to enjoy Glimmer coffee concentrate, it never gets old!
8 servings per bottle x 4 bottles = 32 cups of coffee per shipment!
Just $1.80 per serving. Love it or your money back guarantee
Organic, Fair Trade Coffee (Ethiopian & decaf Peruvian); Water. That's it.
Our beans are grown 100% chemical free and we test them to ensure they're free of mold and mycotoxins, the decaf portion of our signature blend is Swiss Water processed, the water we brew with is regularly tested to ensure it's free of lead and other harmful impurities, and we bottle in USA-made natural glass, not plastic.
What is Coffee Concentrate?
What is Coffee Concentrate?
Basically what it sounds like: brewed coffee but in concentrated form. By pre-brewing we are able to precisely control the caffeine per serving so you don't have to wonder or guess how much is in what you're drinking. Each bottle of Glimmer Coffee contains 8 servings. So, you don't drink it straight from the bottle. Instead, mix 1/4 cup of Glimmer Coffee concentrate with water or milk to make your full cup. It's so quick and easy! See below for serving suggestions.
To make a 10 oz cup of coffee, mix 1/4 cup Glimmer coffee concentrate with 1 cup water, milk, or milk alternative. 1/4 cup of Glimmer concentrate contains 70 mg of caffeine, less than half the recommended safe daily dose. Mix it with hot water and add a splash of creamer. Mix it with cold milk and pour it over ice. There are so many ways to enjoy Glimmer coffee; it never gets old! See our "Recipes" page for more ideas.
What is coffee concentrate? Why is GLIMMER the best choice for pregnancy & breastfeeding? And how do you make a cup?
Do you know EXACTLY how much caffeine was in the coffee you drank this morning?
☕️ Probably not. Because...
Depending on the roast of the beans, how they're brewed & the size of your mug, caffeine levels vary so widely across brands. In fact it's easy to exceed the safe limit of caffeine for the ENTIRE DAY in a SINGLE CUP.
🤔 Did you know...
One grande Verdana blend from Starbucks has 360 mg of caffeine! That's 160 mg OVER the daily safe amount for pregnant women. 😳
🛑 Even 1/2 & 1/4 caff = unreliable
A package of ground coffee might be labeled as half or quarter caff, but how often - if ever - do you see exact brewing instructions to get to that caffeine level? Exact number of scopes to add? How big the scopes should be? Exactly how much water to use to get to the right ratio?
👎🏻 Guessing game = worry, wonder & stress
You WANT to keep drinking coffee, but you feel like you should give it up.
👩🏼🍼 Keep drinking coffee if...
If you know EXACTLY how much caffeine is every cup you drink - precisely, down to the miligram. When you know for sure, you don't have to stress and can make decisions about the rest of the day (drink that afternoon cup or have that chocolate, for example)
Hidden Toxins in Coffee
🌱 How many chemicals?!
Coffee beans among the most highly-sprayed and chemically-treated crops on the planet, with some estimates showing that EVERY ACRE of coffee gets treated with 250 pounds of fertilizers, herbicides, and pesticides? ☠️
☠️ In fact, there are....
Over 42 documented pesticides and chemicals used in the production of coffee and the U.S. has no maximum residue limit for pesticides on roasted coffee beans. That means no oversight or monitoring. 😳
😡 Even worse....
Low caff & decaf coffees – the kind you gravitate toward when you're pregnant and breastfeeding – are among the worst offenders because of ADDITIONAL CHEMICALS that are used in the decaffeination process.
😳 The EPA estimates...
There are a whopping 85,000 chemicals in our everyday environment.🤰🏼 And studies from the American College of Obstetricians & Gynecology have linked exposure to environmental toxins with adverse reproductive and fetal health outcomes. 😩
💜 It feels overwhelming, but...
Small changes can make a big difference. Changes like using less plastic, buying natural household cleaners, eating organic, and switching to a clean cup of coffee. ☕️ ☕️ ☕️
🎉 Enter Glimmer Coffee Concentrate
Glimmer coffee concentrate is a pure and delicious - 100% CHEMICAL FREE with precisely controlled caffeine per serving.
It is non GMO, low acid, bursting with flavor, and was developed by a mom and certified lactation counselor to be the BEST CHOICE for pregnant & breastfeeding mamas. 🤰🏻🤱🏽
Coffee for a Cause
$1 from every bottle of coffee sold supports families of miscarriage and stillbirth, a cause deeply personal to Glimmer's founder. Our goal is to donate $1,000,000 in five years, by the end of 2027.
HOW MUCH CAFFEINE CAN YOU HAVE WHILE PREGNANT?
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecology recommends that pregnant women limit their caffeine intake to no more than 200 mg per day and breastfeeding women limit to no more than 300 mg daily. One serving of Glimmer Coffee contains less than half the recommended safe amount for pregnant women. Remember: Caffeine is present in other foods like soda and chocolate, so think about your total daily intake, and always consult your doctor about how much caffeine is safe for you while pregnant and breastfeeding.
WHERE IS MONEY FROM MY PURCHASE DONATED?
Glimmer donates $1 from every bottle of coffee sold to Love, Jessica - a 501(c)3 non-profit that helps cover medical bills and funeral expenses after a miscarriage or stillbirth, helping to alleviate the financial and emotional burden that comes with paying these bills (love-jessica.org).
WHAT IF I DON'T LOVE IT?
If you're not happy for any reason, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll make it right. No hassles.