Just about all of the ingredients used in everything Clean Juice serves are organic. Each Clean Juice location provides a list of any non-organic ingredients in plain sight for all to see. I’ve observed very few items on the non-organic lists during my reviews. Typically you will find charcoal, gluten-free bread, whey protein, and sea salt on the non-organic list. Big deal, I’ll take it! The nut mylks used in their menu foods are organic but are not made in house.
The menu consists of cold-pressed juices, açaí bowls, smoothies, coffee, house-made nut mylks, and a few small bites such as oat bowls and specialty toasts.
What I Ordered
I’ve sampled many menu items at several different Clean Juice locations. Today I ordered a Red Juice and an Acai Bowl, with gluten-free flakes in place of the granola. The Red Juice was delish as are all of their organic Cold Pressed Juices and Nut Mylks. The toppings are always good. I have to say, this is the first time I’ve tried the GF flakes and I’m not a fan. The taste of the Acai itself is satisfying, but the texture does not get all soupy and yummy. I recently discovered that Clean Juice uses a powdered form of acai instead of frozen…boo!
You’ll find a shabby-chic decor in each Clean Juice location with lots of whitewashed wood and natural finishes.
Clean Juice ticks off all the boxes where clean eating is concerned and is a clear winner when it comes to using top-notch clean ingredients. They are consistent in producing delicious Cold Pressed Juices, Smoothies, Acai Bowls, Small Plates, and delectable Nut Mylks. Clean Juice is a national chain that is expanding to new cities and states at a rapid pace.