Pressed Juice

Saturday, August 15, 2015 Sharon Halim 0 Comments

Another one of the healthy living by healthy eating product. Pressed juice is a method of extracting the juice by cold pressing, no additives, no pasteurisation or preventatives.

Pressed juice was aim to simplify your life, our body it self needs a lot various nourishment for daily optimal function and it has to be continually replenish. It gives you a quick and simple way to fill in the gap of your daily nutrients intake. They also have a special combinations for detox.

I'm not very adventurous when it comes to juice combinations but pressed juice opens a new perspective of adding vegetables in your juice might not taste that awful if mixed with the right combinations. Almost all of their juices taste quiet good.

The store it self was really appealing and beautifully decorated with light wood colours, plants, books about healthy eating and various colourful of juices, yoghurt, fresh juice popsicles and other healthy products. I love how the maximises the small space and turn it to something really chic, modern and attractive. The service was hit and miss, depends on which store and other variables. Some are really friendly and knowledgeable of their product, some not.

The letdown was the price. The prices ranges around $8.50 - $10.50 which was very expensive for 470ml bottled juices. To be able to afford this as a daily in take required a lot money and I don't think just anybody can afford it. Especially if you are a family with kids, it is way more economical to buy the machine at make the juices at home. Yes, it requires more effort and pressed juices offers delivery and cheaper price in bulk but it depends on people preferences and daily life style.

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Pressed Juices
Multiple store in Adelaide, Sydney and Melbourne