Central Market Launches New Wave of Pure, Raw Juices

Looking for more ways to get your daily intake of fruits and veggies? Look no further than Central Market’s Produce department. We’ve upped our offerings of pure, raw juices.

The juicing trend is experiencing a meteoric climb, thanks to lithe celebrities like Olivia Wilde and star trainer Tracy Anderson, who take in natural fruits and vegetables in pressed form. Raw juices from Organic Avenue made an appearance at Fashion Week last season. There are even “celebrity juicers,” such as Marcus Antebi of New York’s Juice Press, who cater to supermodels like Erin Wasson.
Advocates say juicing whole fruits, vegetables and even herbs is an easy way to supplement your diet with nutrients, vitamins and antioxidants. The end result is a tasty drink packed with power from the likes of potassium, vitamins A and C, folic acid, or carotene, among others. In addition to being health boosters, pure, raw juices taste delicious
Central Market stores now boast powerful new juicing machines that can handle whole fruits and vegetables. The chef team has created more than 50 fruit and vegetable blends in four categories: citrus, apple, wellness and cocktail. Up to 20 will be available on any given day, freshly squeezed every day and packed on ice in the Produce department.  
Citrus-based juices include strawberry pineapple, mint lemonade, orange basil and single-ingredient juices like grapefruit and orange. Apple bases start with Granny Smith or Red Delicious apples and yield blends like apple beet carrot, blueberry orange apple and raspberry pomegranate orange apple. Wellness blends include the popular Central Market “green” juice, raw vegetable, carrot celery beet spinach. Seasonal cocktail offerings will make mean mixers: imagine margarita, sangria, mojito or apple sangria cocktails made with a fresh-squeezed juice base!

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Mark DeBerry wrote on 9/15/2015 1:42:15 PM

I am addicted to the fresh squeezed grapefruit juice, and mix it 50:50 with unsweetened iced tea. It truly is as good as it gets. I typically consume 4-5 quarts per week, making my "habit" cost >$125 per month. Better than cigarettes though, as my cholesterol dropped 40 points in the past 8 weeks with no change in diet or exercise & w/o statins. Fortunately, I do not not take any of the few prescription meds that contraindicate use of grapefruit juice. The machine at my local market broke last week, and when I checked today, the new machine is up and running. Much to my despair, the "new" machine will not handle grapefruit. This cold turkey withdrawal hurts. Come on HEB, don't get me hooked only to cut me off by installing a machine that handles watermelon but not a Texas grapefruit. Waah !

Nixon Wheat wrote on 1/14/2015 3:26:57 PM

I read this and went to the Central Market here in Houston. Maybe I misinterpreted it, but I thought that since I wanted a big amount of celery juice they would just make some, but apparently they don't take requests. The person I asked said he knew nothing about it.

John wrote on 9/3/2013 12:06:42 PM

do you have beet juice and if so what is its shelf life or refig. life

peacc outter wrote on 6/30/2013 6:05:40 AM

I had the orange and carrot juice yesterday. It was so amazing and refreshing. I can't wait to try more.

John wrote on 5/20/2013 1:49:10 AM

Do you have any beets juice products?

jackie wrote on 2/4/2013 10:30:53 PM

Hello: Is there a way to order your raw juices online and p/u in the store? Most of the pure veggie juices I want to get are in another state and its costs soo much to ship them here to Dallas

Greg M wrote on 2/1/2013 7:59:45 PM

Too bad you are not using a masticating juicer. Any other method is a deal breaker as the juice oxidizes so quickly that it only holds it nutrients less than a day.

Mary T wrote on 11/28/2012 12:17:36 PM

Love the beet based juices. These are really fresh and delicious.

Global Administrator wrote on 10/11/2012 9:43:22 AM

Hi Doe - We carry 2 sizes of fresh carrot juice in the stores the smaller is 16 oz and the larger is 32 oz. If the larger size is not available when you are there, you can make the request with any of our partners.

Doe wrote on 10/11/2012 8:13:15 AM

I heard you offer fresh carrot juice in large containers on certain days. Is that true - could you tell me more if you do. Thanks!

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