Just about all of the ingredients served at Clean Juice is organic. If there happen to be any ingredients that are not organic, each Clean Juice store provides a list of those ingredients in plain sight.
The menu consists of cold-pressed juices, açaí bowls, smoothies, coffee, nut mylks, and a few small bites such as oat bowls and toast.
What I Ordered
I’ve sampled many menu items at several Clean Juice locations. Today, I ordered an Acai Bowl with gluten-free flakes, in place of the granola. The toppings are always good, except for the first time, I have to say, I am not a fan of the GF flakes. The Acai itself tastes good but does not get all soupy and yummy. I also recently discovered that Clean Juice uses a powdered form of acai, instead of frozen…boo! I do, however, love their nut mylks and cold-pressed juices.
I arrived during opening week and the juice shop is typical of other locations with lots of wood and shabby chic decor. Indoor and outdoor seating is provided.
Always a pleasure to review, Clean Juice is a solid bet when it comes to clean and organic ingredients. Clean Juice is a fast-growing national chain with many other locations in FL and the Southeast. Although they do bottle and make nut mylks in house to sell individually, they use nut mylks from cartons in their smoothies. Overall, Clean Juice is a great Juice and smoothie spot…and don’t forget the yummy nut mylks.