So? I'm not paid by anyone either. My belief is that Berardi probably just hasn't had time to note every greens product on the market, and settled on the best of what he's seen.
Someone else suggested a fruit/vegetable blend. That might be good too, but frankly, I eat my fruits. It's the greens I need help with. YMMV. And maybe you need fiber, soy and other waste-of-space ingredients to take the place of veggie or berry extracts while costing the same...
God, I do sound like a shill. But at least I know I'm not, while with Berardi - who plays a nutrition guru in real life - I'll never know with absolute certainty.
You know, Berardi also suggests buying 5 bags of spinach each week for salads, rather than getting a bag each of all the popular cruciferous leaves such as kale, collards, chard, etc. Which is flipping stupid to not do, in my opinion, because some of them have more iron and protein, let alone they all have their own unique vitamin+mineral make-up and could together compose an excellent mixed greens salad.
Protein grams per a cup:
Collards - 4
Chard, Swiss - 3
Kale - 2.5
Spinach - 1
Maybe if you had some trust in your own common sense and intuition, you wouldn't need to sit on someone else's dick. And then not have to act like you got some kind of stick-object up your ass when someone tells you to use your head instead of theirs.