Industry News | June 8, 2017

Juice It Up! Opens First Rialto Location

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Juice It Up!, one of the nation’s leading raw juice bar and hand-crafted smoothie chains, is excited to announce its first Rialto location is now open in the recently opened Rialto Marketplace shopping center. This is the first raw juice bar in the city of Rialto and is operated by local husband and wife team, John Davis and Sylvia Quirino. The brand is proud to bring its blended-to-order real fruit and veggie smoothies, fresh-squeezed functional raw juices, and nutrient-rich Smoothie Bowls to the Rialto community.

“We’re excited to open the very first Juice It Up! location in the city of Rialto, which will bring healthy and delicious products to area locals who are seeking better-for-you options,” says Juice It Up! Rialto owner and operator, John Davis. “As Rialto residents with strong ties to the city, we’re confident our community will love what Juice It Up! offers and what the brand represents. We’ve already received such positive responses from our new guests and we can’t wait to serve the area for years to come.”

All Juice It Up! products are designed to be both delicious and functional, meeting the nutritional wants and needs of guests at every level of health. Our innovative menu items include fresh-squeezed raw juices, blended-to-order real fruit and veggie smoothies, nutrient-rich bowls, and Cold Pressed Bottled Juices. With Juice It Up!’s delicious Smoothie Bowls, guests can transform their favorite Smoothie into a nourishing meal replacement, customized with the choice of premium ingredients like fresh seasonal fruit, chia seeds, goji berries, cacao nibs, organic granola and honey. Guest can also supercharge any bowl or smoothie with the “Make it Green” option, which blends in raw kale and spinach to add an extra dose of fiber, vitamins and minerals.

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