jusuru pic Jusuru Review – Just Another MLM Drink?The Company
Jusuru International, Inc., is located in Anaheim, California. According to Hoovers.com as of June 2010, the company has 6 employees and annual sales of $750K. Jusuru is a privately held company that was founded in late 2009. It uses a direct sales method of distribution to the end consumer.

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The Products
Jusuru’s singular product is a nutritional juice, supplemented with collagen, resveratrol, and antioxidants.

Jusuru’s patented BioCell Collagen II® is purported to help support skin and joint health. While collagen is the building block of the body, found in connective tissue, it has never been conclusively shown that injesting it directly translates to more collagen in the body.

Another ingredient in the juice, resveratrol, is a compound in red grapes that has been shown to have anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, blood sugar lowering, and cardiac benefits in clinical trials with mice and rats.

Jusuru also contains phytonutrients, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, amino acids, and essential fatty acids. These healthful ingredients can be found in a host of vegetables, fruits, seafood, lean meat and other sources.

Jusuru is packaged in a wine bottle and can be sold by the case.

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The Opportunity / Compensation

There is a $40 initial fee to get started as a Jusuru distributor, and there are 2 main ways to get paid: one, from the sale of products; and, two, from the sale of distributors you personally sponsor (and their distributors).

For the former, you are eligible to earn the difference between retail and wholesale price on Jusuru product that you sell. Jusuru’s retail price is 30% higher than the wholesale price—unless one of your customers signs up for the Preferred Customer Program. In that case, it drops to a 15% markup. A bottle of Jusuru is $50.

Jusuru’s “unilevel” compensation plan means that you can personally sponsor 1 level of distributors and get paid on their sales volume and the sales volume of their organizations, up to 7 levels deep. Commission payments range from 1% to 5%.

In total, there are 9 ways to earn money in the Jusuru compensation plan, including, in addition to the above, a fast start bonus where you earn up to 20% on the sales volume of the distributors you personally sponsor (as well as 3 levels below them) for the first 60 days after they sign up.

You can also earn on ongoing “enroller bonus” of 5% on the sales volume of any of your personally sponsored distributors. There is also a “turbo infinity bonus” in which you can qualify to earn up to 1% on your organization’s sales volume, a “leader check match” of up to 25% on the income your distributors earn, “leadership pools,” and a car bonus.

The price of $50 per bottle is steep, especially given the economic climate. As well, the market for health juices is crowded, and without a strong army of testimonials, scientific evidence, or truly unique selling point, Jusuru is not stand out enough to command the price it has ambitiously set. Proceed with caution!

Melissa Gave Us This Recommendation,
If I’m going to spend $50 dollars for a bottle of something, it’s going to be champagne! Or perfume – you know, one of the really good ones like Chanel or something. Don’t you just love Chanel? I know I do!

But spending $50 a bottle on fruit juice?!? I just can’t see doing that. You’d have to prove to me that the stuff cures cancer or will help my body stay at my desired weight without dieting and exercise or something.

Besides, from what this review says you can get the same health benefits from eating lots of fruits and veggies that you can from Jusuru. And then you can save that $50 to spend on something you really want.

It’s no wonder this company has so many ways to make your money quickly – this is one fad that I just can’t see lasting. Not like Chanel at all. Did you know Chanel has been around for alike a gazillion years? Now that’s a company with staying power!

Of course, Jusuru has only been around for about a year. And we all know that it’s frequently the people who get into a network marketing first who make all of the money. This juice fad may not last, but I’m betting that there’s a good opportunity here to get in, sell juice like there’s no tomorrow, and then to get out before the sales start tanking.

About This Author

 Jusuru Review – Just Another MLM Drink? Ryan Nelson is the owner and operator of MLM FIles. His current focus is helping MLM / Network Marketing and Home Business Entrepreneurs have success with the Internet... He has generated over 7-figures using the online space. Learn More About -> Ryan Nelson

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Comments (4)

  1. Joe Says:

    September 12th, 2011 at 3:08 pm

    I don’t get the Chanel analogy. One is a luxury the other is a nutraceutical drink. It is beneficial for joint pain and the cardio vascular system. How does that compare to perfume?

  2. Don B Says:

    January 25th, 2012 at 12:02 am

    Cure cancer, sure, if it did that it would be far more than $50 a bottle! There is no comparison to Chanel get real. The cost if way cheeper than the many pills taken each day.

  3. dann Says:

    January 30th, 2012 at 6:57 am

    look i bought a bottle of it , ha , im tired of it i cant afford much , i watch , cars pass me like an asshole all day long on the roads ,what bunch of,christan devilds, devils out there , speed law what a joke , bunch og god lovin car devils ,,i finally had enough i been looking for years try this and that , , all these people talk about what they make , im tired of the crap,..maybe im going to china to get a asian juice, or candy,, , all these people talk about bthis crap ,i cant stand it ,,network marketing sign up a 100 people ,what a joke,

  4. Margarita Says:

    February 23rd, 2012 at 12:55 am

    I realize that ignorance is free, but some of the things that people write without knowing anything about a subject, is shameful.

    My husband and I have been drinking Jusuru Life Blend since April 2011. Jusuru is NOT a drink. You cannot patent a fruits which is what “fruit juices” are made of. We became iReps. after we saw the results in our own bodies and those around us. We are testimonials and have others.

    The most important message I can live here, is that it is NOT a juice and it received the 2011 Frost and Sullivan Best Practice Award for Bone and Joints Health Ingredient, placing it as #1 in it’s category. To your health!

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