BluePrintJuice at Whole Foods Market TriBeCa


Introducing BluePrintJuice at Whole Foods Market TriBeCa BluePrintCleanse (BPC) announces BluePrintJuice, its signature fresh pressed juices now available for individual purchase at Whole Foods Market¹s TriBeCa location. This exclusive relationship is the first of its kind for BPC and Whole Foods Market. Until now, clients have relied on BPC¹s delivery and pick-up options to access juice cleanse programs placed in advance through BPC online. Now, Whole Foods Market TriBeCa shoppers looking for everyday access to their favorite cold pressed BPC juice combinations in single bottles, whether to supplement a cleanse or just enjoy as a standalone beverage, can purchase BluePrintJuice.

Blue Print Juice

The individual BluePrintJuices are named for their vibrant colors, and include ³Green²: BPC¹s signature vegetable juice, ³Red²: Carrot Apple Beet juice, ³Yellow² – Spicy Lemonade and a quarterly ³seasonal² juice ­ now featuring ³White²: Cashew Nut Milk.

BPC clients typically cleanse anywhere from one to six days consecutively and consume six fresh pressed juices per day in place of food, supplementing with water and herbal tea. The six juice sequence was designed by BPC for maximum digestive benefit and absorption of nutrients.  Many clients find that once their cleanse is finished, they still want to incorporate fresh juice into their diet on a daily basis.  Now, New Yorkers with busy schedules have the option to get their liquid nutrition on the go.

BluePrintJuice is priced from $5.99 to $8.99 and is available exclusively in the produce and express checkout sections at Whole Foods Market TriBeCa, located at 270 Greenwich Street at Warren Street.

About BPC

Launched in 2007 by Founder Zoë Sakoutis and Co-Founder Erica Huss, BluePrintCleanse is the first line of juice cleanses to offer varying levels of intensity depending on one¹s dietary habits and history. It¹s a user-friendly system of cleansing set up to be practical for all nutritional lifestyles, from the most austere of raw food acolytes to the burger-and-red-wine crowd looking to periodically offset the damages of their indulgence. BPC¹s fresh pressed juices and raw food programs are delivered to homes and offices across the country.

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