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The NY Times Spotlights Current Juicing Trend

Profiling several juice bar entrepreneurs, the newspaper says juice may just be the new coffee.

The New York Times recently weighed in on the current cold-pressed juice craze that has moved beyond extreme cleanses and into the realm of a casual lunch option, thanks to the growing number of new juice makers popping up all over the country. Cold-pressing juice is an involved process requiring grinding up vegetables and fruits and squeezing and filtering the nutrient-dense liquid from the slurry. Starbucks had acquired juice line Evolution Fresh earlier, the article details, while local cold-pressed juice bars, such as New York’s Liquiteria and vegan raw chef Matthew Kenney’s MAKE Out in Santa Monica, are also gaining popularity.

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