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Andy Weir: Author of "The Martian"

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Healthiest New Juices 

Rose Lemonade by Pressed Juicery

(launched on February 14, 2018)

The ingredients in our Rose Lemonade help protect against UV photo damage, helps suppress dietary and environmental factors that age skin, and calms areas of redness and blotchiness.

Collagen-boosting: With ingredients like Camu Camu, Goji Berry, Dragon fruit and Lemon, Rose Lemonade is an excellent source of Vitamin C. Vitamin C is necessary for boosting collagen production needed for skin elasticity & firmness. This drink also contains the collagen booster, silicon, to keep your skin smooth and unlined.

Anti-aging: The Camu Camu, Goji Berry, Dragon Fruit and Rose Water in this drink contain anti-aging flavonoids and other antioxidants fight free radicals. Free radicals are one of the main culprits in aging of the skin.

Skin Soothing: Camu Camu is an anti-inflammatory berry and rose water has anti-inflammatory properties that provide a soothing effect. This helps reduce the redness of irritated skin.

Photo Shielding: Vitamin C and Silica protect against UV photo damage.

About Pressed Juicery: Pressed Juicery is a leading cold-pressed juice brand dedicated to making high nutrition a realistic option for all people. With over 65 retail stores and nationwide shipping, the Pressed Juicery team is dedicated to creating nutrient-rich and delicious products  that are also affordable and convenient. Further to this belief, Pressed Juicery has created innovative product extension lines including Freeze, the brand’s revolutionary vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free frozen dessert, made from only fruits, nuts and vegetables, and Heat, a line of superfood lattes, proving that healthy and great taste don’t have to be mutually exclusive. Pressed Juicery is continuing its expansion, recently entering the Boston market and introducing multiple new store locations in existing markets.


Evolution Fresh® Complete Probiotic Smoothies: Organic Greens

New organic, non-dairy Complete Probiotic Smoothies from Evolution Fresh combine great taste with a day’s worth of probiotics (1 billion CFUs) to support digestive wellness, at least 10 grams of plant-based protein per bottle for satiety and fiber for digestion. The smoothies are now available in select grocery retailers nationwide in three unique varieties, including Organic Greens – which offers sweet and savory green vegetables with a blend of orange, apple and pineapple.

Evolution Fresh offers cold-pressed juice and smoothies that provide wholesome and delicious nutrition to consumers. Evolution Fresh takes a different approach to crafting its cold-pressed juice – it presses and squeezes vegetables and fruits, bottles the juice cold and uses high-pressure processing (HPP) to help protect flavors and nutrients. Acquired by Starbucks in 2011, Starbucks and Evolution Fresh seek to make incredible nutrition widely accessible.



Suja Juice, maker of organic, functional beverages ranging from cold-pressed, non-GMO juices to kombuchas to probiotic vinegar juices, is as close to nature’s pure energy as a juice can get, Suja encourages us all to “Drink Plants! Take Their Power!!” Suja’s green juices are designed with essential vitamins and great taste, making it easy and enjoyable to gulp your greens! See below for a few of our favorite Suja blends:  

  • Green DelightThis nourishing, sweet smoothie that bursts with hearty greens and juicy fruit, amped up with superfoods like spirulina and chlorella.
  • Uber GreensThis cold-pressed combo of nutrient dense leafy greens, tangy citrus and revitalizing mint tea is the best way to drink your veggies.
  • Green SupremeThree simple ingredients in Green Supreme can make your body sing. This sweet combo of kale, apple and lemon is bold and delicious.
  • The Green KombuchaFront-loaded with a tropical pineapple and lemon flavor and brightened with sea-born superfoods chlorella and spirulina. Suja uses the finest cultures, blend in cold-pressed juice and 5 billion probiotic cultures, and tops it all off with adaptogenic moringa.

Check out our NativeAdVice with Founder Jeff Church


Dirty Detox by Juice Press

DIRTY DETOX is back by popular demand! This spicy lemonade juice blend with activated charcoal helps to eliminate gut toxins from your body. activated charcoal is the key component for detoxification and will leave your body feeling revitalized.

Juice Press is on a mission to create the most trusted nutrition and wellness brand on the planet. Founded in 2010 with the vision of bringing a healthier, more transparent lifestyle platform to the market, Juice Press offers an expansive organic product line as well as a variety of lifestyle resources. In seven short years, Juice Press has opened more than 75 retail stores and is now recognized as the premiere organic "grab and go" health food provider.

Juice Press produces an unparalleled selection of products and combines them with a short shelf-life to deliver customers a variety of fresh, nutrient dense products. Transparency, integrity, and community define Juice Press, and as they expand, the company will ensure that these ideals remain at the heart of the Juice Press brand. For more information about Juice Press, please visit and Instagram (@juicepress), Twitter (@juicepresstweet), and Facebook (@juicepress).

Click to read our NativeAdVice with the Founder of Juice Press, Marcus Antebi!


MATCHA MINT CHIP™ - Juice Generation

Energy-boosting matcha and nutritious moringa mix with coconut milk & meat, mint and cacao nibs. Like mint chocolate chip ice cream with all the added benefits but none of the guilt.

INGREDIENTS INCLUDE: Banana, Cacao Nibs, Coconut, Coconut Milk, Dates, Frozen Coconut Milk, Matcha, Mint, Moringa

Juice Generation is New York’s premier juice bar. We've been independently owned and operated since 1999. Thousands of New Yorkers pour into our stores for their daily fix, from must-have juices and smoothies to fresh, ready-to-go meals. They’re part of a growing movement of people who believe, as we do, that healthy living can be accessible to everyone—and that the key to a sustainable lifestyle is good habits that stick. We make it our priority to find the healthiest ingredients—from the best sources. That means we emphasize locally grown, organic produce and support small farms and orchards. We build environmental practices into the way we do business,  and we “give back” in ways that help our surrounding communities thrive. As part of our commitment to 1% for the Planet, we donate a portion of every single sale to causes we really care about, including Harlem Grown and Catskill Animal Sanctuary. This means that part of the sale of every single juice, smoothie, or snack you buy at Juice Generation is going right back into the community.

Long-time juicing devotee Eric Helms founded Juice Generation in 1999. His goal was to create an accessible juice bar where New Yorkers of all lifestyles, ages, and dietary backgrounds could experience the energizing effects of fresh, raw juices. Eighteen years later, Juice Generation has become an essential part of the daily lives of thousands of New Yorkers. Eric is always on the lookout for the next big thing—and his obsession with superfruits has made him a cultural trendsetter. He was the first to bring mangosteens to market from Southeast Asia, which landed him scores of national media attention, including an appearance on the Today show. Before anyone had heard of pitaya fruit, Eric secured the exclusive rights and was importing it from Nicaragua. A tireless superfood sleuth, he traveled to Nebraska to secure an entire crop of aronia berries for Juice Generation. The antioxidant-rich berry was a huge hit with customers and critics who embraced the domestic superfruit.

Eric is not only invested in exciting new ingredients and superfruits, but also in their sources. He’s traveled the world to meet with the farmers who produce ingredients for his stores, be it the spinach and kale from local farms in upstate New York, or the Brazilian farmers who harvest the superberries for Juice Generation’s açaí bowls. "It’s not just about what you use," he says, "but how it’s grown." In 2008, Eric received a special challenge from friend and fellow juicing devotee Salma Hayek. She asked him to collaborate on a line of detoxifying juices and Cooler Cleanse was born. Today, what began as a labor of love has become a popular nationwide delivery service. Cooler Cleanse brings short and functional juice cleansing programs directly to thousands of people of all ages and lifestyles.

Eric published his first book, The Juice Generation: 100 Recipes for Fresh Juices and Superfood Smoothies in January 2014 with Simon and Schuster. He partnered with Williams Sonoma to promote the title online and in-store with juicing demos and book signings. The book, which includes contributions from Blake Lively, Jason Bateman, Michelle Williams and Edward Norton, has sold more than 75,000 copies.