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Cocobeet Has Some Lofty Expansion Goals

A local juicery is on the move, first to Wellesley, then overseas.

Living Maxwell

The healthiest spot in City Hall Plaza has been churning out juices, sandwiches, and more, and now it has plans to grow its juicy empire. Cocobeet (100 City Hall Plz.), a plant-based, holistic-minded store, is set to open another location in Wellesley at 57 Central St., according to The Swellesley Report.

Also worth mentioning are the organic juice store's plans to pond hop, with a projected landing in Jakarta, Indonesia, sometime in 2016.

We are excited to announce our newest partnership: Cocobeet Indonesia. Coming to Jakarta in 2016. #jakarta #boston #plantbased #coldpressed #juice #smoothies #superfoods #indonesia

Posted by Cocobeet on Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Cocobeet's menu consists of a broad range of colorful items, both blended and stacked and meticulously constructed, like its "smart breakfast" bowls, made with layers of fruit, maple syrup, granola, nuts, and more. The shop also provides the tools necessary for customers to partake in assorted juice "cleanses" that range from one to 10 days in duration.

If a temporary all-juice diet is not quite your speed, there are also solid healthy options in the form of zucchini basil pesto pasta, a quinoa burger, and a sun-dried tomato, kale & almond hummus sandwich.

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