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 the 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!
The shabby chic decor at each Clean Juice location incorporates wood slatted walls and whitewashed 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.