Industry News | October 17, 2016

Project Juice Unveils Plans for New Locations in San Francisco

Project Juice will continue its partnerships with local artisans such as Jane, Nana Joes, Sightglass Coffee, and Samovar Tea. Project Juice
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Project Juice, a fast-growing, certified organic cold-pressed juice and clean foods company, announced its newest 1,300-square-foot location at 506 Castro Street in The Castro, slated to open doors in the fourth quarter of 2016. This marks the seventh location for Project Juice in the Bay Area, and the 10th in California. Following the Castro location will be its 11th location—a 1,500-square-foot space in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights, scheduled to open in early 2017.

The new Castro location supports the company’s mission to help customers feel awesome through the power of exceptional juice and clean food. The menu will feature an array of chef-driven, made-to-order items, including superfood smoothies, superfood bowls, gluten-free toasts, wellness elixirs, cold-brew and kombucha on tap, and hot coffee, and tea. Project Juice’s convenient grab-and-go menu will also be available, featuring a rotating seasonal selection of certified organic cold-pressed juices, nut mylks, cleanses, salads, gluten-free pastries, and raw snacks.

“The Castro has a lot of things we like in a neighborhood – great fitness options, a health-conscious crowd, and a growing number of young families,” says Project Juice co-founder, Greg Malsin. “With all of these amazing qualities, we were surprised by the lack of healthy and convenient food and beverage options in the area. We couldn’t be more excited to bring our latest concept to The Castro.”

Project Juice will continue its partnerships with local artisans such as Jane, Nana Joes, Sightglass Coffee, and Samovar Tea to bring the best of what the Bay Area has to offer all under one roof. All items served will be free of gluten, dairy, peanuts, and soy, making it a friendly stop for anyone who struggles with food allergies and sensitivities.

The marked expansion of Project Juice celebrates a commitment to propel a model of sustainability forward, while pledging to work with local and organic farmers. Through thoughtful innovation and customer feedback, the team at Project Juice continually improves products that make it easy for the consumer to access healthy food and beverages. The company has plans in the near future to release new food and beverage offerings, as well as open more stores beyond The Castro and Pacific Heights.

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