4 local juice businesses that have opened in the past year

These four local spots offer everything from classic juices to wheatgrass shots.
Bottles of Juice
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Now that the warm weather has arrived, stay both hydrated and refreshed at these local juice bars. Whether you’re looking for a pressed juice, a smoothie or a ginger shot, these four locations, which all have opened up in the past year, are worth a visit. 

These Days Juice Co.


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These Days Juice Co. focuses on being 100% organic and serves “organic, cold-pressed juice in reusable glass bottles because it keeps plastic out of landfills,” says owner Shannon Kinet. The menu features different flavored pressed juices, including Bliss, which offers antioxidant support and cellular protection. These Days Juice Co. has a partnership with Madison Food Pantry gardens to help establish a compost program. The store emphasizes whole human health. They make efforts, like including affirmations on each bottle, to highlight the importance of mental and physical health. Customers can pick up juices inside Grace Coffee Co. in Middleton and can also order them online. 608-400-6081, thesedaysjuiceco.com



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Grab a smoothie, a smoothie bowl or a juice at BeneBlends. According to its website, BeneBlends tries to avoid using sugars and artificial flavors. All products are vegan and gluten and dairy free. BeneBlends is focused on doing good for the community while doing good for yourself. “At BeneBlends, we also believe that the benefit of choosing a healthy, whole-food product doesn’t need to stop with you,” says owner Laura Behrends. With each purchase of a smoothie bowl, BeneBlends donates $1 to organizations that focus on research and cures for chronic illnesses. Customers can choose from a long menu featuring products like its Green Team smoothie, which includes banana, pineapple, avocado, kale, agave and coconut water. 558 Junction Road, 608-422-4314, beneblends.com

SuperCharge! Juice Bar & Urban Farm

SuperCharge! Juice Bar & Urban Farm has been operating since 2008, but have opened a brand new juice bar this year on State Street. SuperCharge! focuses on community, sustainability and holistic nourishment. To ensure high-quality ingredients, SuperCharge! has a process for growing their supergreens. “We grow microgreens at our indoor, vertical farm,” says co-owner Jamaal Stricklin. “We then use those microgreens in the foods we prepare, as well as the smoothies and juices.” Customers can also purchase microgreens directly from SuperCharge! 608-230-5540, superchargefoods.com 

Pure Green


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At this new State Street addition, customers can pick up smoothies, acai bowls, cold-pressed juice and steel-cut oat bowls. Pure Green first launched in 2014 in New York City and has expanding to cities all over the country. “Pure Green Madison is on a mission to help build a healthier community in the area by connecting people with delicious superfoods,” says Rob Allen, the owner of Pure Green’s Madison location. 643 State St., 608-283-9452, locations.puregreenfranchise.com/wisconsin/madison

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