Jugofresh to Open Five More Shops Inside Whole Foods Across South Florida

Jugofresh, Miami's (and Beyoncé's) favorite hometown juicery and healthy-living headquarters, is about to get even bigger. The company announced it'll be opening five new shops inside Whole Foods Markets across South Florida, and Aventura is first.

The company opened their first two store-inside-a-store locations at Whole Foods Market Downtown Miami and Fort Lauderdale earlier this year. Whole Foods Market Aventura's Jugofresh opening is set for October 11, and Boca for November 9. South Beach, Coral Gables, and North Miami will follow.

The new spots will sell Jugofresh's organic cold-pressed juice, smoothies, açaí bowls, and plant-based grab-and-go options for hungry shoppers, including items like the Matcha Verde (cucumber, apple, celery, pear, kale, spinach, parsley, mint, ginger, green tea matcha, and spirulina), the Mylk Shake Chia (almond, dates, water, coconut palm nectar, cinnamon, vanilla extract, grey sea salt, and chia seed), and the Probiotic Parfait (probiotic coconut yogurt, cinnamon buckwheat granola, blueberry, blackberry, strawberry, kiwi, pineapple, superberry mix, lemon cashew cream, and manuka honey).

Currently, Jugofresh has eight locations throughout South Florida, along with a new pop-up restaurant, R+D, currently open at the company’s South Pointe location. 

The team has fun stuff planned for the store openings, including giving away gift cards (ranging from $12 to $500) to the first 50 customers on both days, plus doing in-store presentations and sampling.

The company is all about events, too. They host a Yoga del Barrio series (free monthly yoga class in Wynwood, Coral Gables, North Miami and Fort Lauderdale) that they may bring to Boca, as well as Fresh Community Theater, a series of mindful movie nights. 

"Our expansion with Whole Foods is a reflection of South Florida’s major commitment to health and wellness and we are grateful to be a part of it," Jugofresh founder Matthew Sherman tells the New Times. "We are loving getting into the Fort Lauderdale community and can’t wait to hit Aventura and Boca in the next two months."
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