Anyone wanting to grab a quick flavorful refreshing beverage can now get fresh cold pressed vegetable and fruit juices at select Starbucks locations (see map). It’s lower in calories because it contains veggies and other minimally processed plant-derived ingredients.
Evolution Fresh juices are made from 100% natural fruit and vegetable ingredients.
Evolution Fresh isn’t the first company to put vegetable and fruits into a bottle. Other products like Naked Juices, V8 Juices, and Odwalla Juices are smiler in appearance.
However, Evolution Fresh juices are cold pressed to avoid heat that can reduce beneficial enzymes and nutrients.
Then, additional pressure is applied to eliminate bad bacteria and other influences that might cause spoilage.
Also, you’ll find additional ingredients in Evolution Fresh juices that aren’t in most juices. The Sweet Greens and Lemon ingredients are shown below as an example.
Evolution Fresh has launched a nation-wide campaign to deliver fresh wholesome cold-pressed juices from coast to coast through numerous Starbucks locations (including Iowa City).
Cold pressed juices are produced with a slower process that retains more enzymes and nutrients in the resulting juice.
Of course, juicing is nothing new. However, those wishing to get started with juicing will need to spend a few hundred dollars or more on a high quality masticating juicer.
By delivering low-cost, high-quality, fresh cold-pressed juices to millions of consumers, it gives people the opportunity to try juicing without the initial investment.
A few dollars spent on a fresh bottled juice can save you the time and money you would spend shopping for many veggies and then juicing them.
People who have already purchased a juicer are always looking for new recipes. Because the recipe is on each bottle, avid juicers can learn a new recipe and even see how it tastes just for a few dollars.
When you consider the time, money, and refrigerator space required to create a juice with apple, celery, clover sprouts, cucumber, kale, lemon, lime, parsley, romaine, spinach, and wheat grass, you may decide it’s actually less expensive to just purchase it in a bottle.