Juice Press Is Taking Over New York City with New Locations and New Products

The ultra-healthy chain is popping up all over the city and has unveiled their own line of water
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New Yorkers can enjoy new locations and new infused waters from Juice Press.

It should come as no surprise to New Yorkers that Juice Press is beginning to take over their city. Over the past year or so, the best juice shop in America has gradually expanded not only their physical presence around their hometown, but their menu as well.

Now, in addition to nutritionally dense juices, shakes, and cleansing programs, they also offer delicious salads like the raw Clean Green Protein of cauliflower, kale, bell pepper, kabocha squash, carrot, zucchini, pumpkin seed, arugula, yellow onion, sesame oil, apple cider vinegar, sea salt, thyme, garlic powder, and black pepper; hot soups like a hearty Moroccan chickpea stew comprising filtered water, tomato, zucchini, kabocha squash, cauliflower, butternut squash, onion, chickpea, collard green, olive oil, sesame oil, sea salt, apple cider vinegar, lemon, garlic, ginger, turmeric, paprika, cinnamon, coriander, cumin, black pepper, cardamom, and bay leaf; sweets like chia seed and matcha bowls; and even a few breakfast options to begin the day right such as superfood bowls, raw oatmeal, and even something they call a “Schmear:” a sprouted grain bagel sandwiches cucumber, rosemary cashew cream cheese (cashew, olive oil, lemon juice, apple cider vinegar, sea salt, rosemary), kale, and a sauce of sesame oil, olive oil, tamari, garlic, onion, and cayenne pepper.

But that’s certainly not all; last week, the company introduced their newest menu item: infused water. With four flavors to choose from — rose, ginger, vitamin C, and aloe — they’re infused with not only flavor but also nutrition, helping all the busy residents of this city stay well hydrated.

Juice Press has also just announced that two more locations will join their brigade, and the first is opening tomorrow in the West Village at 375 Hudson Street. The other will be unveiled in Grand Central later this year, as many of the food court’s current culinary tenants’ leases will expire and new vendors will be brought in, alongside Claus Meyer’s highly anticipated Nordic food hall.

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