Industry News | July 30, 2015

Juice It Up! Targets Growth in Dallas and Orlando

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Juice It Up!, one of the nation’s leading raw juice bar and handcrafted smoothie chains, announced new franchise opportunities available to passionate entrepreneurs in the southern U.S. As a brand that has flourished in a competitive space, Juice It Up! has its sights set on steady expansion throughout the southern states, specifically Texas and Florida.

“We’ve done our due diligence in Orlando and Dallas, and these markets in particular are ripe for the Juice It Up! concept, which features a full raw juice bar and delicious, good-for-you smoothie options,” says Carol DeNembo, Juice It Up! vice president of business development. “All we need now are the right partners who are passionate about our brand and eager to apply our proven formula for success to help fuel the healthy and active lifestyles of area residents.”

Celebrating 20 years as an industry trail blazer in the raw juice and smoothie segment, Juice It Up! has found great success in offering functional fresh-squeezed juices, blended-to-order real fruit and veggie smoothies, and nutrient-rich superfruit bowls designed to meet the wants and needs of guests at every level of health. Always one step ahead of trends, all new locations will feature Juice It Up!’s updated décor package and the new “Bowl Bar” where fresh ingredients are on display and guests can see their Superfruit Açaí and Pitaya Bowls, along with blended Fusions and Smoothie Bowls created right in front of them.

With a heightened focus on product innovation and elevating the guest experience, Juice It Up! has seen an increased demand for exclusive territories with existing franchisees, and continues to attract highly qualified new franchise operators. Currently, Juice It Up! has more than 80 locations in five states and is on track to open at least 20 new locations by the end of 2015.

The brand is currently awarding a variety of franchise opportunities including area development, single unit, and nontraditional opportunities such as college campuses, airports, and gyms across the U.S. 

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