Juiced Up – Sip your way to a healthier day

By Megan Schmit
The Power of Juice Green Giant and Electro-Lite-Me cold pressed juicesAugust 22, 2018 – Juice is no longer just associated with the name-brand grape or apple varieties. Once a sugary beverage obligatorily included in your brown paper bag lunch as a kid, juice has reclaimed its position as a nutritional, all-natural source of vitamins sipped from artisanal glass jars. Find or create your favorite flavor at one of these five juiceries around the state.

Raw Bob’s Organic Juicery in East Greenwich has been mixing things up since 2013. Their menu has fun with both flavors and names: Fennel Attraction, Son of a Peach, Beets Me, and Carrot Top to name a few. The juicery prides itself on sustainable practices, like composting and eco-friendly packaging, but also on promoting well-being with their healthy, all-natural “blendz.” East Greenwich

Try artfully bottled juices and juice on tap at Fully Rooted. Known for raw cold-pressed juices, kombucha, and milk alternatives, this Pawtucket juicery puts plants first. From-the-earth ingredients like fresh fruits and veggies form the base of their handcrafted blends for what your body needs, like energy or gut health. Drop by their Mineral Spring Avenue location or pick up a reusable glass bottle at local farmers markets and select stores and fitness centers. Pawtucket

If you like your juice served with a local coffee shop sensibility, try Benefit Juice Bar & Cafe. Alongside their made-to-order juices like Jazzy Beet and Refreshing Greens, you can enjoy soups and salads, sandwiches and paninis, baked goods, and gourmet coffee. Come for the fresh pressed juices and stay for the cozy atmosphere. Providence

Don’t just quench your thirst – “kwench” it at Kwench Juice Cafe in downtown Providence. Community is first at this juicery and smoothie bar: ingredients are locally sourced, products are made with health and nutrition in mind, as is environmental impact. Their menu offers raw and simple, specialty, and super juices; juice cleanses and shots; fruit smoothies; and acai and smoothie bowls. Providence

The Power of Juice believes in the power of plants, whole foods, and organics. They create artisanal juices as part of a lifestyle brand geared towards the health-conscious and eco-friendly. Fusions like Morning Glory, Green Giant, and Hot Stuff are packed with vitamins and nutrients from raw ingredients as ordinary as apples and oranges, or as surprising as jalapeno and red bell peppers. Newport

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