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Now even Fresh does cold pressed juice

Rice bowls, smoothies and grains with unpronounceable names are enjoying a major moment in Toronto, but Fresh predated the entire trend; the local chain has been slinging vegan bowls and fresh juices for over a decade.

Now, Fresh is getting in on the massive local trend for cold-pressed juices adding some bottled cold-pressed options onto their existing roster.

For the uninitiated, cold-pressed juicing uses a hydraulic process that applies very little heat to the ingredients, with the aim being to preserve as many nutrients and enzymes as possible. (It's all the rage with health-conscious folks, and features at many of the city's new juice bars.)

Starting Sunday, Fresh will be be bottling up eight cold-pressed juices and four nut milks nightly for grab-and-go the next day at all four of their locations, plus some other vendors (to be revealed in the New Year); the 8-oz. and 11-oz. bottles will go for between $6 and $11.

In the meantime, the trend looks set to continue, with even more cold-press bars in the works for 2015. Press onward, juice lovers.

Photo via Fresh.


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