5 Juiceries in Boston

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In a city full of dense foods that aren’t always the healthiest, juices and smoothies can offer a break or alternative to usual Boston meals. While the city isn’t known for its collection of juiceries, there a tons of them to try! Check out these five places to get nutritious juices and smoothies in Boston.

1. Mother Juice

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Mother Juice’s first brick and mortar shop opened in 2014 on West Kendall Street in Cambridge. A year later, they joined with some of the best local farms and businesses in the Boston area in the opening of the Boston Public Market. In the summer of 2016, Mother Juice opened their heart shop on Newbury Street in the heart of Back Bay. They are gluten-free, dairy-free, 99% vegan, and 100% vegetarian.

2. The Juicery

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Photo Courtesy of https://juicery.com/about/

Starting as a means to provide healthy, affordable, “fast food” to the community, the Juicery has nine locations, and has made some major upgrades. While each of their locations looks slightly different and has a different menu, their goal is always to nourish the people they love.

3. Revolution Juice

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Revolution Juice has a mission to heal the world, one drink at a time. Through proper nutrition and responsible farming practices, they hopes to lead a movement to stop poisoning our land and water. More than just a juice bar, Revolution Juice is a hub for all things health and wellness.

4. Thirst Juice Co. 

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Thirst Juice Co.’s nutritious blends of fruits and vegetables are brimming with flavors you’ll love. Their welcoming knowledgeable staff are ready to serve vegan, gluten-free products and raw juices. Heather Stevenson, who founded Thirst Juice Co. in 2014, is an expert in plant-based food and nutrition, and has life-long experience as a vegetarian. An endurance athlete who has completed in a dozen marathons, Heather relies on juices, smoothies, and other plant-based foods to fuel her high energy life.

5. Cocobeet

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Cocobeet is Boston’s original organic juice bar, serving fresh, local, and crafted daily cold-press juices, raw vegan food, superfood smoothies, and organic juice cleanses. A new grab-and-go health food concept, Cocobeet provides pure food for active people, with products that are unprocessed, GMO-free, organically and locally-sourced, raw, vegan, and gluten-free. Specializing in organic juice and pure food cleanses, Cocobeet makes over 30 cold-pressed organic juices and superfood smoothies.

 

 

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