TROY, Mich. (WXYZ) — It's organic and fresh pressed and the owners of Clean Juice are saying "We're Open" to make sure you are eating or drinking your veggies!
“We fully believe organic produce is the only way to consume produce because you’re not ingesting pesticides or ingesting fruits and vegetables that have been grown with GMOs,” says Jason Kassab, owner of Clean Juice in Troy.
Kassab and his family have been eating organic at home for awhile but ..
“I was struggling to find healthy food when I was at work or out and about,” says Kassab.
That’s what motivated him to open a Clean Juice franchise restaurant in Troy.
They serve organic juice, smoothies, açaí bowls, salads, wellness shots and more. Everything they sell is certified organic and packed with nutrients!
“Huge boost of vitamin C or potassium, we use a lot of different spices and things like that like Camu Camu which has 400 percent of your daily vitamin C and turmeric,” says Kassab.
On top of extensive sanitation inside the restaurant, Kassab says they put up sneeze guards as a barrier between employees and customers walking in for carry-out and marks on the floor to ensure social distancing.
In the midst of this pandemic when Kassab believes his fresh pressed juices and smoothies can help people stay healthy and possibly be a line of defense for front line workers, so he’s donated juice and food to workers at local hospitals.
“And we’re also offering 50 % off to any front line employee off their order,” says Kassab.
To claim that discount front line workers need to place their order by phone. The rest of us can use any third party delivery app for delivery or order through the Clean Juice App for curbside pick-up.
Curbside pick-up is done through the passenger window to maintain social distance.
There are two Clean Juice franchises in Metro Detroit: one in Rochester Hills and one in Troy.
Business Website: Cleanjuice.com
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