Pressed Juicery Prices

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Cold-pressed juices are considered as a way to cleanse the body of its toxins (i.e., detox cleanse) and to lose unwanted pounds without going on an unhealthy starvation diet.  But pressing fruits and vegetables can be such a hassle when you’re enjoying a busy lifestyle so cold-pressed juices can become a luxury, not a necessity.

Fortunately, there’s Pressed Juicery that offers men and women with ready-to-drink cold-pressed juices from blends of fruits and vegetables. These bottled juices provide a healthy balance of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants as well as fiber, which are essential for the proper functioning of the body and brain.

Below are the latest Pressed Juicery menu prices.

ItemPrice

Greens

Greens 1$6.50
Greens 1.5$6.50
Greens 2$6.50
Greens 3$6.50
Greens 4$6.50
Greens 5$6.50

Roots

Roots 1$6.50
Roots 2$6.50
Roots 3$6.50

Citrus

Citrus 1$6.50
Citrus 2$6.50
Citrus 3$6.50

Fruits

Strawberry Apple Lime$6.50
Apple Lemon Ginger Cayenne$6.50
Orange Turmeric Apple Lemon$6.50

Signature

Vanilla Almond$8.00
Light Vanilla Almond$8.00
Chocolate Almond$8.00
Coconut Cinnamon$8.00

Coffee

Cold-Brewed Coffee$5.50
Vanilla Coffee$5.50

H2O

Lemon H2O$2.50
Chlorophyll H2O$2.50
Aloe Vera H2O$2.50

Refreshers

Coconut Water$6.50
Activated Charcoal Lemonade$6.50

Limited Edition

Strawberry Almond$8.00
Pink Lemonade$6.50
Blue Lemonade$6.50

Classics

Orange$3.50

Cleanses

Cleanse 1 (Vanilla Almond, Greens 2, Citrus 2, Greens 3, and Chocolate Almond)$34.50
Cleanse 2 (Greens 2, Citrus 2, Greens 3, Roots 3, Citrus 1, and Vanilla Almond)$34.50
Cleanse 3 (Greens 1, Citrus 1, Greens 2, Greens 3, and Vanilla Almond)$34.50
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History

In 2010, Pressed Juicery was created by three friends in West Los Angeles, California. Carly, Hedi and Hayden started their business in a tiny Brentwood storefront where they sold their bottles of cold-pressed juices. The trio gradually expanded the number of their locations, bought more delivery trucks, and acquired more loyal customers.

Then and now, the company has remained focused on its motto about their juices – make them taste great yet make them simple and affordable, and make them for everyone to enjoy.  Judging by the rising popularity of the brand, the company is right on track!

What They’re Famous For

The Pressed Juicery is known for the excellent quality of its cold-pressed juices, a track record that it has managed to uphold despite the stiff competition in the industry. There are two major things that make their juices among the best in the industry.

First, only high-quality fruits, vegetables, and nuts are used for the juices. There are no artificial preservatives, sweeteners, and additives used on the processing of these ingredients – and you can tell it because there’s a fresh and refreshing quality to the beverages.

Second, high pressure processing is also applied on the juices. High pressure processing involves placing the bottles of cold-pressed juice into a cold chamber filled with water before pressure is applied to it. This inactivates the potential pathogens, such as bacteria, in the juices but preserves the juices’ nutritional impact (i.e., vitamins and antioxidants).

These aren’t just empty claims by the company either. In studies presented by the UCLA School of Medicine at the American Society of Nutrition Conference in December 2015, the Pressed Juicery juices are high in fiber and nutrition yet low in sugar. These juices are also a sensible way of getting your daily caloric intake.

Why Eat Here

The cold-pressed juices are the core products of each Pressed Juicery location. These come in bottles that contain two servings, which should ideally be refrigerated when it has been opened. These are also placed inside transparent bottles so the natural color of the blend can be seen – and we love the colors, which range from the palest of pinks to the brightest of blues.

These juices have a smooth mouth-feel to them with the right balance between sweetness from the fruit (goji berry) and tanginess from the citrus (lemon) in the Pink Lemonade, example. You may be tempted to drink the entire bottle in one sitting but remember that it’s for two servings. You can drink the other half later as a form of delayed gratification.

There’s a wide selection of cold-pressed juices available, too. Each juice has the freshest ingredients sourced from local farmers, too, so you will feel like the juices have been pressed a few hours before these were shipped. The Strawberry Almond juice consists of almonds, beets, strawberry, vanilla bean, and coconut water; the Pink Lemonade has camu camu, goji berry, honey, lemon, pitaya, and rose water; and the Blue Lemonade has blue spirulina, honey, lemon and lemongrass. The Watermelon Lime Jalapeno has a spicy kick from the lime and jalapeno.

These juices can also be used as part of your daily diet or as your cleansing diet. You can buy the Blue Lemonade, for example, because you love its taste and its health benefits from the blue spirulina. You can order it online and have it delivered ASAP so you don’t have to line up at the shop although it’s also a great idea for a quick fix.

Many people use the cold-pressed juices as part of a cleansing diet. You can choose from several pre-set cleansing diet plans, which are simply labeled as “Cleanse 1”, “Cleanse 2”, and “Cleanse 3”, depending on your health goals. You may also ask the staff which cleansing diet is best in your case, such as the Cleanse 1 for newbies and Cleanse 2 for people who are already accustomed to clean eating.

The cleansing juices are usually a combination of greens (kale, celery, and spinach), citrus fruits (lemon and pineapple), and roots (carrots, ginger, and romaine), even vanilla almonds (almonds, vanilla bean, and dates).

To learn more about Pressed Juicery or to find a location near you, visit their website at www.pressedjuicery.com.

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