The objective of this work was to determine the chemical composition, total phenolic compounds content, antioxidant capacity through the ABTS (2,20-azino-bis(3-ethylbenzthiazoline-6-sulphonic acid) method, as well as to evaluate the use of paper spray ionization mass spectrometry (PS-MS) to obtain fingerprints in different brands of mixed industrialized beverage based on fruits and vegetables with “detox” denomination. The carbohydrate contents ranged from 4.17% (sample D) to 12.72% (sample G). The differences may be related to the composition and proportion of the ingredients present in each formulation. The contents of total phenolic compounds varied between 26.75 mg GAE (gallic acid equivalents) g-1 (sample F) to 48.61 mg GAE g-1 (sample D). The samples A, B and C contain cabbage, spinach and parsley and presented significantly higher phenolic compounds content than the other samples. The antioxidant activity values varied between 1.76 µmol L-1 Trolox g-1 (sample B) to 18.95 µmol L-1 Trolox g-1 (sample E). The brands E, F, and G, that presented higher antioxidant potential, have ingredients pineapple, apple, cabbage, and ginger as common. The analysis of PS-MS allowed for the identification of a number of substances, including organic acids, sugars, and phenolic acids. PS-MS is a relatively simple method, fast and efficient to obtain fingerprints of mixed beverages.