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    Natalie’s Juice Company Launches E-commerce Site

  • Industry News March 12, 2019

    Natalie’s Orchid Island Juice Company announced today the launch of a special ecommerce web site that will, for the first time in the company’s 30-year history, offer direct-to-consumer home delivery of its new line of cold-pressed Holistic Juices.

    The three new juices—Purify, Relax and Resilient—represent the next generation of Natalie’s juices and have been mindfully crafted with functional botanicals, traditional spices, and superfood ingredients.

    “We’re excited to bring Natalie’s next generation of juices to customers who want to enjoy the added convenience of online ordering and home delivery,” says Marygrace Sexton, the founder and CEO of Natalie’s Orchid Island Juice Company. “Our easy-to-navigate ecommerce site lets everybody explore Natalie’s authentic approach to clean living—and lets them readily bring that goodness home for their families to try.” 

    Individuals will be able to order 12-bottle bundles—each containing four bottles of the three Holistic Juices—from the ecommerce site. The orders will be rushed to them by two-day air mail in specially-designed shipping boxes to ensure freshness.  

    “Our Holistic Juices are produced from hand-selected, quality ingredients that are mindfully blended to create juices that provide a holistic approach to health and well-being,” says Natalie Sexton, the juice company’s vice president of Marketing. “And in the next few months, we plan to expand our online product offerings to also include our traditional line of juices.”

    The new Holistic Juices are available on the ecommerce page for $99.95—shipping already included.

    To learn more about how to purchase Natalie’s Holistic Juices directly, visit: https://shop.orchidislandjuice.com/products/holistic-juice-bundle

    Natalie’s Holistic Juices will hit grocery store shelves starting the last week of March and will be available at Fresh Time in the Midwest, Fairway in the Northeast, and Public Super Markets in the South.

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