Downtown Recommends: Project Juice

by | Jun 8, 2015 | Downtown Living, Health & Fitness, Lifestyle, Nutrition

You can never have too much of anything, right? Well, Project Juice is saying otherwise.

The juice company’s mantra is living the healthiest and fullest life, and it’s ready to put this belief down our throats… in the best way possible. Since 2012, Project Juice has been bottling high quality plant-based foods and cold pressed juices for ingesters to get the benefits of a mostly plant-based diet in a simple way.

Photo courtesy of Project Juice

All photos: Courtesy of Project Juice

Project Juice sources only the best organic and local produce to provide a nutrient-rich selection of plant-based foods, cold pressed juices and smoothies. Not convinced? From its efforts, Project Juice has earned the USDA Organic seal of approval. You can be assured that the ingredients from each juice or smoothie can be directly traced from the farm to your hand.

There are four categories of juices: greens, citrus, blends, and nut mylks/ shakes.

You can customize up to 30 juices in a juice pack online, or purchase one of three specialized packs.

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Composed of three different juices (Immunity, The Master and, Beta Bomb), the Defense Kit strengthens the immune system with citrus and cayenne pepper.

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The Green Pack is defined as Project Juice’s “healthiest juice pack, full of the antioxidants and vitamins that you’d expect from each bottle of green juice.” Enjoy the juice selection that includes Green Ginger, Deep Green, and Potion No. 10.

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The following is not a typo: the Mylk Pack provides the protein, vitamins, and minerals you love in milk, while being dairy and lactose-free. Show your body some love with the pack’s Almond Mylk, Tumeric Mylk, and Mint Chip Shake.

Downtown ‘s Editors’ picks include:

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Green Lemon
“It’s lemony and zesty. It’s not thick at all, which makes it very refreshing. There’s a hint of celery, but it’s not over-powering.”

“It’s light, refreshing, the perfect after-workout drink! I’m not a fan of celery, but the subtle flavor adds a nice punch.”

Photo courtesy of Project Juice

Photo courtesy of Project Juice

D-Tox

“It smells and tastes like an apple martini. I wouldn’t even know that it’s healthy for you since it’s so naturally sweet.”

“I usually can’t handle sweetness, but the infusion of pineapple and apple is perfect. The flavors blend so well together to create a cohesive flavor. I love it!”

Photo courtesy of Project Juice

Photo courtesy of Project Juice

Black Magic
“Oh man, sour alert, but in the best way possible! I can tell that I’m doing a favor to my body with this juice.”

“Initially, the sourness surprised me. But the more I drank the juice the more I became accustomed to its natural flavor. Don’t be deceived by your first taste. It’s really good!”

– by Nisha Stickles 

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