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Sun & Soil Juice Company bringing organic cold-press juice to Midtown

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What? Not processed! No refined sugars! And gluten-free!

Midtown will get a delicious and healthy shot in the arm when Sun & Soil Juice Company opens this spring.
A tiny storefront at 1912 P Street -- Open, Open, Open! Juicing goddesses, Molly Brown and Tatiana Kaiser, are making a statement. It's Pure. It's Organic. It's Love! Reducing their carbon footprint Sun & Soil Juice Company will source vegetables and fruits locally. They are incorporating a glass bottle exchange into their product with reusable glass bottles for juices and compostable plastic for smoothies. Pulp will be donated to organic gardens – at least initially. Eventually they hope to make pulp snacks.

The focus is to get information to people about why they should switch to organic produce and fruit. “We want to offer drinks that taste good – a juice bar – for everyone. The public is consuming food that lacks nutrients. Cold pressing really gets a lot more juice out of the pulp.”

The juicing is labor intensive. The daily offerings will include 10-12 juices plus a seasonal menu. Beet lemonade, according to Molly, is one of her favorites. Not a huge fan of beets prior to discovering this ruby-red elixir. Eat your fruits and veggies with Sweet Green combination of spinach, ginger, cucumber, lime and apple.

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