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BluePrint Multiserve Juice Goes Big Time with 32 Ounce Options

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It was only a matter of time before juicing went even more big time. BluePrint has introduced supersized servings, which means the juices comes in 32 ounces, which is welcome news because the popularity of juicing hasn’t showed any signs of slowing down.

Juice bars are popping up all over the country left and right, and more and more health-conscious shoppers are tuning in to the trend. Up until now, cold-pressed juices were available primarily in single serve containers, but BluePrint just launched Blueprint Multiserve on July 1st. The new “supersized” juices will be available in 3 of the brand’s most popular flavors.

The bottles will hold 32 fl oz, perfect for frequent juicers or families who just love juice. The beverage flavors include Kale Apple (kale, apple, ginger, romaine, spinach, cucumber, celery, parsley and lemon), Beet Apple (beet, apple, carrot, lemon and ginger) and Spicy Lemonade (lemon, cayenne and agave).

Just like BluePrint’s single serve juices, the Multiserve options will be cold pressed every day, 100% raw, certified USDA organic, non-dairy, certified kosher, and made with produce grown primarily from independent, certified organic growers. Now there’s an extra serving you don’t have to feel guilty about.

So where can you pick up a BluePrint Multiserve bottle for your fridge? They are currently available at select Whole Foods, through Fresh Direct, and select other retailers for $10.99 to $15.99.

I took some of the juices on a backpacking trip in Colorado. They were easy to pack, share and carry out. Convenience is everything which makes Blueprint Multiserve even more of a win.

Benefits of Juicing Include

  • Your body can absorb the nutrients better because it gives your digestive system a rest by not breaking down fiber.
  • Juicing helps weight loss, increased energy levels, strengthened immunity, strong bones and a glowing complexion.
  • It may also reduce chances of heart disease, cancer and strokes, three of the leading causes of death.
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