Industry News | October 23, 2017

Juice It Up! Returns Seasonal Smoothies to Menu

Juice It Up!, one of the nation’s leading raw juice bars and smoothie chains, announced the return of guest favorite menu items like the Merry Mocha Mint Smoothie and the Pumpkin Pleaser Smoothie.

Back by popular demand, these signature smoothies offer a healthier way to indulge in the flavors of the season.  

Available in three sizes, the smoothies were designed to be tasty, yet functional, to fuel guests’ lifestyles. Both smoothies are excellent sources of calcium, vitamin D, fiber, and iron. They are also low in cholesterol and saturated fat.

The protein–packed Pumpkin Pleaser Smoothie Bowl, topped with organic granola, graham cracker crumbs, whipped cream, cinnamon, and graham cracker sticks, is another option for healthy indulgence.

“The holidays are officially here now that our Pumpkin Pleaser and Merry Mocha Mint Smoothies are back on the menu,” says Frank Easterbrook, Juice It Up President and CEO. “Our healthier holiday options are sure to satisfy the most indulgent of cravings, and, with fewer calories than many other seasonal offerings out there, are packed with essential vitamins and nutrients to help our guests bring their ‘A’ game during the busy holiday season.”

Available through December 31, both the Pumpkin Pleaser and Merry Mocha Mint products will be featured on Juice It Up’s menu alongside fresh, raw juices, real fruit and veggie smoothies, and nutrient-rich bowls loaded with super fruits like Açaí and Pitaya.

Check out “What’s New” on the Juice It Up website to stay updated on special offers and promotions. Follow Juice It Up on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest promotions and coupons, and join Juice It Up’s “Smooth e-Club” rewards program in–store or online for weekly specials and exclusive offers.

For the full menu, complete nutritional information, and to find your nearest Juice It Up, visit www.juiceitup.com.

 

 

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