Back at it again, The Juicery Co. has opened its fourth Vancouver location at 4236 Main Street. This means more of the family-run company’s cold-pressed organic juices, nut mylks, delicious vegan baked goods, and healthy meals.
But that’s not all that awaits customers behind the doors of this new 1,200 square foot space. As you enter you’re greeted with a spacious merchandise section – the largest of the four locations – boasting some extremely hard-to-find brands and items like Culver City Salad Dressing, Zennbunni Chocolate, locally-made macramé plant hangings, and Cocowhite all-natural teeth whitening kits – yes, the Instafamous one.
Co-Founder Alex Troll says the new space is meant to be a place where people can buy a lunch to-go or grab a juice and a protein-packed Acai Bowl and stay a while.
“We’ve had a lot of families in, a lot of healthy, quick dinners and after school snacks,” says Troll.
Troll and The Juicery Co. team have made it a welcoming and accommodating place to set up shop when working on projects, studying, or just recharging in general. A wide tile counter complete with plug-ins and charging cords spans the whole left side of the store so you can recharge your laptop as you recharge your body with cold-pressed goodness at the same time.
Towards the back of the store is a large 6-person communal table tucked beside stacked plasma screens displaying images of the family’s farm where the produce for the juices actually grows.
This location has all your favourite juice cleanses and single bottles packed to the rim with cold-pressed fruit and veg, along with healthy lunch options, and an assortment of fresh baked treats. There is also a small selection of grocery items to feast your eyes on in the Main Street spot, along with some products for children like Love Child organic food.
The Juicery Co. uses high quality, natural and organic ingredients to formulate juices, which come in a wide range of flavours. The Turmeric Tonic, full of orange, turmeric, ginger, cayenne, alkaline water, honey, and black pepper is one of their most popular (and it’s a solid way to kick that pesky cold to the curb too).
You can expect to see some very cool things coming out of this space. Toll mentioned a macromé workshop will be coming up soon among other events that will invite the community and business collbarators to team up and create something together.
In the future The Juicery Co. will be turning its attention to product development, as they’ve grown a lot recently on the retail side of things.
The Juicery Co. on Main Street is open Monday to Friday from 8 am to 7 pm and Saturday and Sunday from 9 am to 6 pm.
Address: 4236 Main Street, Vancouver