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NEW YORK, Feb. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- rapidly expanding cold pressed juice and raw food company, juice press, announced today expansion plans for five new locations targeted for opening in spring/summer 2014: (1) chinatown; (2) tribeca; (3) midtown; (4) bridgehampton; and (5) the world financial center. the announcement comes on the coattails of an extremely successful overall 2013 for juice press. it's undeniable that juice press is the leader in the cold pressed juice and grab & go raw food category.
founded in 2010 by marcus antebi, juice press is not a passing fad, it's a way of life. as a professional athlete searching for the benefits of a clean, high-powered and unprocessed diet, marcus created his own grab and go meal resource to help share his message with the world. since then, 14 stores have opened in the new york area and the brand has expanded to include delivery options to those wanting to eat clean nationwide.
the chinatown location inside the health club "soho strength lab," launched last week with a workout including the gym's owner, new york yankee mark teixeira and marcus antebi. this location, according to antebi, bridges the gap between the soho, nolita and east village stores and partners the brand with a likeminded environment. "i'm excited about this relationship because it gives our customers the chance to work out with the best trainers and drink the best juice."
tribeca juice press is slated to open in march and targets the eclectic mix of residential and professional occupants. antebi says, "this neighborhood is a crucial cornerstone in the grab for manhattan. now that we created the demand for our product, our job is to make sure people don't have to go too far to get it." (415 greenwich street, corner of laight)
juice press mid town is also planned for march. "midtown is proliferated with banks, pharmacies, and coffee shops. in between are delis and dollar pizza joints. midtown east and west need 20 juice press location. i'm thrilled that the west 55th street juice press is our first location in this incredible area," says antebi. (65 west 55th street, between 5th and 6th avenue)
bridgehampton, scheduled for may, is the second major presence out east. last season juice press launched a southampton store that was phenomenally successful. (2486 montauk highway)
the fifth store to open in the world financial center area "is going to be epic" according to marcus. "it's 200 feet from the largest building in new york and its tightly packed towering neighbors. we are expecting to get crushed during lunch hours so we are designing our check out stations to 10 times our normal volume." (83 murray street)
juice press stores all use 100% organic, vegan, and kosher produce and ingredients. made fresh daily, juice press does not utilize any processing methods to preserve shelf life, such as (HPP). NO GMOs.
for more information on the new locations or to arrange for an interview with marcus antebi please contact cathy o'brien of aam at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212.661.1336.
about juice press
creatively designed with ingredients chosen and mixed to maximum benefits, juice press is 100% organic, 99% of the time. if organic isn't available, juice press will find the next best thing - and tell you about it. transparency is crucial. juice press refuses to use hpp, gmos or preservatives because they are short-cuts to higher profits and lower nutritional benefits.
juice press draws women, men, health nuts, raw foodies, night-lifers, moms, tweens and toddlers –and delivers to them at home or in the office from new york to brooklyn to almost anywhere in the country.
bigger than a cleanse or diet, juice press is the clean approach to a healthy, kick-ass life.
www.juicepress.com for store locations and more information.
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