Just about all of the ingredients in everything they offer is organic. If by chance they have ingredients that are not organic, it will be listed in plain sight for all to see. Although they do bottle and make nut mylks in-house for retail, they use nut mylks from cartons in their smoothies.
Clean Juice offers Acai Bowls, Superfood bowls, Smoothies, Shots, Cold-Pressed Juice, Nut Mylks, and small bites. Small bites include toasts and oat bowls.
What I Ordered
Although I’ve sampled many menu items, today my review will be on the Cacao Mylk and the Berry Bowl with Gluten-Free flakes in place of the granola. I love the Cacao Mylk, and every flavor they have. It’s always creamy and delish. The Acai Bowl was just ok. I’m not a fan of powdered acai, which is the form Clean Juice uses. It doesn’t get all melty, slurpy, mushy like others and I’m not a fan of the GF flakes either; dry and boring. I also think they could be more generous with the toppings on their acai bowls. Their smoothies, juices, and toasts are great.
The interior boasts a shabby chic decor with a healthy vibe. Outdoor seating is available as well.
Clean Juice is a national chain that uses clean organic ingredients. I’m grateful that they list any ingredients that are not organic in each store. I’m disappointed that they use powdered Acai and nut mylks from cartons in their recipes. All in all, Clean Juice does a great job at keeping it clean and providing us with yummy juices, nut mylks, small bites, and smoothies.