WARNING: This post may be beneficial to your health.
Unless you live under a rock, you probably know that pressed juices are all the rage right now. As a newbie to the pressed juice world, I always felt overwhelmed with the different types of juices (there are so many options) and with how many juice shops currently reside in good ol’ San Francisco (we don’t have that foodie reputation for nothin’!).
However, Project Juice swooped in and saved me from a life without delicious pressed juice. Not only are they super duper local to San Francisco residents (what’s up, South San Francisco?!) but their “farm to bottle” mission is crystal clear. Not only is the quality and taste of their juices sublime but their beyond friendly and accommodating staff are so passionate about Project Juice’s 100% organic ingredients that they can’t help but gush to you about it.
As a local SF gal, finding businesses that strive to be very involved in their community while also bringing their customers the best level of quality can be hard to find. Project Juice is committed to caring for their customer’s health because they really care what you are putting in your body. When I walk into a Project Juice store, not only am I greeted with friendly smiles but the staff really knows what they’re talking about. They take the time to find out what you like so they can best match you to a line of juices, which is something I really appreciate, being a pressed juice newbie and all.
I walked away with three great products:
1.) Mint Chip Shake (need I say more? It’s dee-lish-ous)
2.) E-Z Green (5 pounds of produce packed into one bottle??! Sign me up! It helps that it tastes great)
3.) Flu Shot (Feeling a cold coming on? Pop a little of this into your drink and the ingredients will fight those germs like nobody’s business!)
If you’re a local San Franciscan like me, pop into your neighborhood Project Juice (they have three locations in the Bay Area: Russian Hill, Financial District, and Palo Alto). Project Juice also ships nationally from their online site.
Seriously. Check it out.