We all know that fruits and vegetables are good for us, but how often do we manage to eat the FDA’s recommended servings of 7 to 13 cups a day? Drinking cold-pressed juice is an effective and convenient way to increase your daily intake of vegetables and fruits and to jumpstart your day in a healthy way. One ExpressedJuice contains approximately 2 pounds of fresh vegetables and fruits! Trying to eat the equivalent amount of produce would be challenging, even for the healthiest of eaters. ExpressedJuice is a rich source of vitamins, minerals, live enzymes, antioxidants.
Why is cold pressed good for you?
Cold pressing is slow, gentle and kind. It allows fresh produce to naturally release all the goodness locked within. Cold pressed is the process by which your juice is made. ExpressedJuice uses a commercial hydraulic press, which exerts pressure to make sure that every single drop of juice and nutrient is extracted from fruits and vegetables. cold pressed juices have more vitamins, enzymes, and trace minerals than juices made by traditional juicing methods, keeping fruit & vegetables at a very low temperature, allowing the integrity of the produce to remain “alive” Adding a cold pressed, vegetable and fruit juices into your everyday routine is one giant step towards building a healthy immune system and preventing illness. Grab a juice, and make ExpressedJuice part of your lifestyle!
HPP (High Pressure Processing)?
Also known as High Pressure Pascalization, is a method of preserving packaged food products using extremely high pressure. The process leads to the elimination of harmful bacteria while maintaining a higher yield of vitamins, minerals and enzymes, and preserving a fresher taste.
High Pressure Processing is recognized by the FDA for preserving freshness and increasing shelf life without preservatives or heat. The process leads to the elimination of harmful bacteria while maintaining a higher yield of vitamins, minerals and enzymes, and preserving a fresher taste. A raw fresh juice!
One bottle of juice contains approximately 2 pounds of vegetables, fruits and mega nutrients: That’s your entire day’s serving of fruits and veggies! How easy is that?
What if I have a gluten allergy?
All of our products are gluten-free; however the juices are freshly pressed in a commercial kitchen that uses wheat products. Although we do our absolute best to avoid cross-contamination, if a severe allergy exists we do not recommend consuming our juices.
Yes, there are no animal products used in our juices.
How long will my juice last?
When refrigerated at all times, your ExpressedJuice will stay fresh for 21 days. Don’t be alarmed if your juice looks separated. Settling occurs naturally with no additives or preservatives, so just give it a little shake and enjoy!
Do I have to keep my juice in the fridge?
Yes. Our juices are raw and perishable, and therefore should be stored in your refrigerator at all times.
Is our juice organic or non-GMO?
We do our best to use organic produce whenever possible. Unfortunately, certain items are not available as certified organic Lastly, we buy locally when possible to support local farmers. You are guaranteed that all produce, whether organic or all‐natural, go through an intensive cleaning process as part of our HACCP certification.
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Do you ship juice?
Yes, we ship to the continental US. Orders may be placed online or by phone. Email any shipping inquiries to email@example.com
Why do you use plastic bottles?
We use BPA-free, PET #1 plastic bottles for our juice. Our bottles are easily recyclable- and our labels are designed to be easily removed—perfect bottle that fits in your pocket, lightweight, easy to carry, don’t leach, and actually use fewer resources to create, ship and distribute than glass bottles which can weigh up to 9x more than plastic bottles.
Why does the juice sometimes look or taste slightly different?
Our juices are handcrafted in individual batches, so variations may occur at times. For example, apples have varying amounts of polyphenols, antioxidants, and enzymes which, in turn, can cause differences in the coloration of the juice. Because we use the freshest ingredients available to us at all times of the year, the juice can vary in color each time you purchase it—seasonal change—that’s why our color bands on labels have variation.