Industry News | March 1, 2016

Juice It Up! Serves Elixir for the Common Cold

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Juice It Up! introduced kryptonite for the common cold with its delicious Mighty C Juice and the Mighty C Shot combo. Whether enjoyed separately, or combined for a powerful immunity boost, this dynamic duo is packed with powerful antioxidants to strengthen and protect guests’ immune systems during the cold and flu season. Available for a limited time, The Mighty C Juice and Shot feature a healthful and uplifting blend of raw ingredients including sweet pineapples, fragrant oranges, crisp apples, red seedless grapes, raw ginger, and fresh lemon juice. Through March 14, guests who present this coupon will receive a free Mighty C Shot with the purchase of a Mighty C Juice.

“Juice It Up! is committed to supporting our guests’ active and healthy lifestyle year round, but it’s even more important to take care of ourselves when we’re more susceptible to illness, like during the indiscriminating cold and flu season,” says Frank Easterbrook, president and CEO. “We know our guests lead busy lives and getting sick can be a major setback, so we designed our Mighty C Juice and Shot duo as a highly functional immunity-boosting option made from a nutrient rich blend of fresh ingredients.”

Available for a limited time, the refreshing Mighty C Duo, which is dairy free, gluten free, and an excellent source of Vitamin C, is featured on Juice It Up!’s menu alongside fresh-squeezed functional raw juices, blended-to-order real fruit, and veggie smoothies, and nutrient-rich bowls loaded with superfruits Açaí and Pitaya. With the recently introduced Smoothie Bowls, guests can transform their favorite Classic and Veggie Smoothie into a nourishing meal replacement, topped with fresh bananas, granola, and a drizzle of honey. To supercharge any bowl or smoothie, guests can ask to “Make it Green” by blending in raw kale and spinach to add an extra dose of fiber, vitamins and minerals. 

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