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On Wednesday, Pressed Juicery opened a new location in Beverly Hills, the company’s seventh store in Southern California. Located on a palm-lined street, the store is nestled between Santa Monica Boulevard and Brighton Way.
Co-founders Hayden Slater and Carly Brien have opened the seventh Southern California location of Pressed Juicery, a store born out of the idea that “in order to find fulfillment and balance each day, modern people need to be armed with a fresh set of tools that are simple, convenient, and tailored to their hectic schedules,” according to a press release.
Located at 430 N. Bedford Drive, just three blocks west of Rodeo Drive, the new location features approximately 200 square feet of space and is nestled amongst other health and wellness stores, medical offices, spas, retail shops and cafes. Featuring a “nature-infused design ethos … that echoes the natural benefits of cold-pressed juices,” the space has a living citrus tree and a clean, natural-material palette along with a delicate white oak ceiling and white subway tile. All of the juices offered are cold-pressed daily on a custom built hydraulic press, and they are all 100% raw and unpasteurized.
The new Beverly Hills location is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Pressed Juicery was founded in part based on the belief that “our bodies require vital nutrients to function at their optimal levels, and the quickest and most natural way to get them is through fresh juice.” In addition to the new Beverly Hills location, Pressed Juicery also has locations in Brentwood, Downtown L.A., Studio City, West Hollywood and Westwood Village. There is also a mobile Juice Truck located in Malibu on the Pacific Coast Highway, and the refrigerator at the TOMS store in Venice. The company also delivers fresh-pressed juice throughout Los Angeles.