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Healthy juice bar promises to be Fort Worth's new main squeeze

Healthy juice bar promises to be Fort Worth's new main squeeze

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This juice is coming at ya. Main Squeeze

A New Orleans juice name is coming to Fort Worth: Main Squeeze Juice Co., a Louisiana-based juice and smoothie bar franchise whose ownership includes two professional athletes, will open its first Fort Worth location at 4560 Heritage Trace Pkwy. A release says that will happen in December.

Main Squeeze was founded in 2016, and its ownership group includes current New Orleans Saints punter Thomas Morstead and former Saints wide receiver Marques Colston.

Today, there are 13 locations open and operating throughout Louisiana and Texas. They've opened eight locations in the Houston area and are now setting their sights on Dallas-Fort Worth. The Fort Worth franchisees are husband-and-wife Steve and Jana Simpson, who want to bring something healthy to DFW.

"In an area defined by its Southern food, tacos, and BBQ, it can be hard to eat healthy," Jana says in a statement. "Main Squeeze has a strong philosophy of health and wellness behind them, and we couldn’t be prouder about being a part of this revolution. I think now more than ever people are looking for brands that demonstrate this. We want to give the Fort Worth community something to look forward to, and I think everyone is looking for some good news right now." She is so right.

Main Squeeze's proprietary recipes feature nutritionist-designed cold-pressed juices and superfood smoothies, along with one-, three-, and five-day juice cleanse programs, shots, and acai bowls created from organic and wild-harvested acai berries from the Amazon rainforest in Northeast Brazil.

Main Squeeze also believes in kindness to animals and the environment, says Steve. That's good news because it looks like all of their stuff is served in single-serving plastic.

"We're passionate about offering a 100 percent plant-powered menu, protecting the environment through biodegradable and recyclable packaging, and seeking to change the lives of those looking for a healthier and more convenient way of fulfilling their nutritional goals one cold-pressed juice, açaì bowl or smoothie at a time," he says.