New juice spot comes to Southlake with vegan soft-serve ice cream
There's a new juice in town. Pressed Juicery, a cold-pressed juice and plant-based beverage brand from California, is making its debut in Texas, with two locations in Dallas-Fort Worth.
The brand will open stores at Southlake Town Square and Uptown Plaza in Dallas. According to a release, they'll open in summer 2019.
Fort Worth, North Dallas, Plano, and additional Dallas locations are on the horizon.
Pressed Juicery operates more than 75 retail stores in six states, is available in nearly 2,000 locations through its wholesale partners and can be purchased directly from their website to any location within the U.S.
They offer 40-plus options of cold-pressed juice, plant-based milks, functional shots, and Freeze, the brand’s revolutionary vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free frozen dessert, made from only fruits, nuts and vegetables.
"Eats" include juice gummy bears in flavors, such as citrus, vanilla almond, and green juice. There are nutritional bars and snacks, such as protein balls with peanut butter and chocolate.
Pressed VP Blaine LaBron says they are responding to an increase in online sales. "As a Texas native, it’s exciting to know we have a built-in audience of customers before opening our first door in the market," LaBron says. "It takes the guesswork out of where to grow."
Pressed Juicery has relationships with growers that allow for produce to arrive at their production facilities within two days of being harvested, and pressed into a beverage in as soon as three days.
Most products are $6.50. A one-day cleanse with six juices is $34.50.
The Uptown Dallas store is at 2222 McKinney Ave., # 230. Southlake will be at 222 State St. #046.