Clean Juice to Open Second Location in Frisco, Texas

    Industry News | January 12, 2021

    Clean Juice announced that franchise Partners Sean and Ashley Green will open their second North Dallas metro location Clean Juice in Frisco, Texas. The new location will be at the Starwood Shopping Center at Lebanon Road and Dallas North Tollway and will feature a full-service drive thru and expansive indoor guest area.  The Green family opened its first location in West Frisco in January 2020. 

    “Although this past year was a difficult time to open a new business (referencing their first store in West Frisco in January 2020), we have been blessed by the support of the Frisco community and we are seeing that now, more than ever before, people have a heightened awareness of the importance of living a healthy, nutritional lifestyle,” says Ashley Green, Clean Juice Franchise Partner. “We are thrilled to now be able to provide organic and nutritious food and beverage options across two locations serving the Frisco community.”

    The new Starwood Frisco location is expected to open early March 2021 with a grand opening event shortly thereafter. For updates on progress please follow social media accounts on Facebook/Instagram @cleanjuicestarwoodfrisco.

    Due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the demand for clean, healthy, organic produce and food continues to rise across the nation. Clean Juice's continued growth continues to meet the surging demand in the healthy and clean eating environment with a growing menu of offerings of wraps, soups, cold-pressed juices and cleanses, smoothies and more that are all USDA-certified organic. Late last month, the company expanded its repertoire of cold-pressed juice cleanse by adding 3 new cleanses including the Immunity Cleanse, the Anti-Inflammatory Cleanse and the Energy Cleanse. It’s unique organic positioning, coupled with a strong development and franchise support structures continues to fuel its growth in Texas and 26 other states. The company has more than 102 stores open and operating across the United States with more than 45 in development.

    To maintain health and in support of strengthening immunity levels, many consumers now prioritize nutrition and immunity-boosting ingredients to protect themselves and their families against COVID-19 and other virus-based infections. The Organic Trade Association reports that organic is the fastest growing sector of the U.S. food industry with organic food sales increasing by double digits annually, far outstripping the growth rate for the overall food market.

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