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Pero All Natural Beverage Coffee Substitute

Looking for a natural alternative to coffee and tea? Your search is over. pero coffee substitute is a 100% natural caffeine free drink with a coffee like taste. pero coffee substitute is a coffee alternative blended from select all natural ingredients -- malted barley, chicory and rye.

And because pero coffee substitute contains no stimulants, it will not elevate heart rate or blood pressure, cause sleeplessness or create any adverse physical ailments typically associated with caffeine consumption. Plus the low acidity of this natural caffeine free drink makes it easy to enjoy morning, noon or night without the fear of an upset stomach. pero coffee substitute can be mixed with your favorite ingredients to create your own hot caffeine free drink specialties to relax and enjoy. So, take a break -- and make pero coffee substitute the beverage of choice for you and your family.

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Pero All Natural Beverage Coffee Substitute Tins 7.0oz.
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Pero All Natural Beverage Coffee Substitute Jars 4.4oz.
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What is it?
Pero All Natural Beverage Coffee Substitute Extra Dark Roast 5.25oz.
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13 comments

  • Comment Link giusepina pinnetta Monday, 21 November 2011 17:20 posted by giusepina pinnetta

    Is Pero available in Italy,Sardynia? Thank you..

    Response: InterNatural Foods only deals with Pero in the United States.

  • Comment Link Kari Tuesday, 25 October 2011 17:12 posted by Kari

    I love Pero. My favorite winter drink. Being on hemo dialysis I would like to know the amounts of potassium and phosphros as these two minerals can make or break me having it.

    Response: There is 13 mg of potassium per 100 ml of PERO. There is no phosphorus in PERO.

  • Comment Link Hy Havers Friday, 14 October 2011 03:41 posted by Hy Havers

    I had to give up coffee, so tried Pero, and I love it. I'm also supposed to stick to low fiber stuff. Do you have information on fiber content? I'm hoping something that dissolves/suspends so well can't be in the same fiber category as a thick barley soup.

    Response: The manufacturers claim is the following:
    "100 g Pero contains 8 g of dietary fibers, which equals a content of 0,176 g per cup (when prepared with 2,2g Pero).
    This quantity would be too small to talk about diuretic properties of Pero." We are assuring this means that it has negligible diuretic effects on the body. We would be happy to be more specific if you have further questions.

  • Comment Link Al Johnson Sunday, 12 June 2011 16:16 posted by Al Johnson

    A new natural foods market named 'Natural Grocers' recently
    opened its doors on 3650 E. 2nd St., Casper, WY and carries
    PERO. I just wanted to pass that on to you (and to potential
    customers) so that you may add that to your website's Google
    map locator.

    I purchased a 4.4 ounce jar of PERO from the new store and am
    thankful that it carries it, as regular black coffee, which I enjoyed
    drinking, has begun to have adverse effect on my stomach. It's good to see your product in town.

    Response: Thank you for the location and we are glad you are enjoying pero. Natural Grocers has been added to our store locator!

  • Comment Link M.L. Tuesday, 17 May 2011 14:22 posted by M.L.

    Love your product. Great coffee flavor with no caffeine. My only concern is that I have discovered I am gluten sensitive. There is gluten in rye and barley but is it prevalent in the finished product?

    Response: Pero beverage does contain grains. After checking with the manufacturer, we have confirmed that Pero does contain a very small amount of gluten in the range of 376 mg per 1 kg ( 2.2 lbs of product ). As always, we advise that you check with your doctor to determine if this level of gluten would adversely affect you. Please let us know if you have further questions.

  • Comment Link JG Friday, 13 May 2011 13:12 posted by JG

    Hello, Can you tell me if Pero is 'non acidic' or if it is 'low acid', what would the acid content be compare to coffee and where does the acid come from?

    Thank you the product tastes the best out of the coffee alternatives out there.

    JG

    Response: PH level of Pero is 4
    PH level of coffee is around 4,8 to 5,7 (depending on the roasting)

  • Comment Link Allison Wednesday, 04 May 2011 17:25 posted by Allison

    I just ordered some PERO and noticed that your formula has changed to add Rye. Does this ingredient addition change the flavor? Why did you decide to change the formula?

    Response: For over 10 years, ending in late 2009, the U.S. government assigned arbitrary punitive duties on imports of chicory in response to a beef dispute with European countries. Strange but true. This resulted in a 100% duty on all Pero products. For this reason, we turned to Switzerland to produce our products over this 10 year period. As a result, any change in suppliers of raw materials may result in slight changes in the finished product, even though every attempt is made to minimize these deviations as we have moved production back to Germany. Sorry for any inconvenience.

    Thank you - We absolutely love this product, and hope that it will taste just as good when we receive our new order!

  • Comment Link Anne anderson Sunday, 01 May 2011 00:38 posted by Anne anderson

    Please bring back the Swiss recipe. We much prefer it.

    Response: We appreciate that we have such loyal consumers. This was a manufacturer decision based on many factors. We will pass on your comments and let them know your concerns. Sorry I don't have better news.

  • Comment Link Amanda Warren Sunday, 24 April 2011 00:02 posted by Amanda Warren

    Do you still import the Pero coffee substitute from Switzerland or only the product of Germany? I am writing from a Whole Foods Market in Walnut Creek, CA on behalf of a customer who wants the Swiss version; says the two are very different in color & flavor.

    Response: For over 10 years, ending in late 2009, the U.S. government assigned arbitrary punitive duties on imports of chicory in response to a beef dispute with European countries. Strange but true. This resulted in a 100% duty on all Pero products. For this reason, we turned to Switzerland to produce our products over this 10 year period. As a result, any change in suppliers of raw materials may result in slight changes in the finished product, even though every attempt is made to minimize these deviations as we have moved production back to Germany. Sorry for any inconvenience.

  • Comment Link Laurine Tuesday, 12 April 2011 20:46 posted by Laurine

    I am wondering why I suddenly can't find Pero in any of my grocery stores. Are they still making it? I am imagining the Postum scare from a few years ago.

    Response: Sorry for the scare, but we promise you that we have no intention of discontinuing pero. There was a disruption in supply that was caused by a clerical error on my part. In other words, we just didn't order enough to meet the demand. This has been corrected and you should see the product back on the shelves shortly. Sorry again and thank you for enjoying pero.

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