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Mother Juice Will Flood Newbury Street With Liquid Flavor This Summer

Expect to see the juicery up and running in June

Mother Juice in Kendall Square
Mother Juice in Kendall Square
Katie Chudy for Eater

A local juicery that started as a food truck before expanding to a brick-and-mortar in Kendall Square and later to a stall at Boston Public Market has a new location in the works, according to Boston MagazineMother Juice secured a coveted storefront on Newbury Street and will open this June, bringing organic, cold-pressed juices to Back Bay.

Local ingredients drive the menu at Mother Juice, which produces 100 percent organic creations, made fresh each morning. The shop is both dairy- and gluten-free, and beyond its wide assortment of juices, it sells smoothies, breakfast bowls, plant-based salads, and snacks (think avocado toast).

Mother Juice announced news of the 291 Newbury St. location with a video on Instagram, posting that construction has started.

Update: The space on Newbury Street was completely gutted, and the scaffolding was removed Tuesday, Mother Juice owners Ellen Fitzgerald and Laura Baldini told Eater in an email. The new Mother Juice will be 1,000 square feet and will have a patio for outdoor seating.

As for the menu, Newbury Street will include all the usual suspects — cold-pressed juices, smoothies, and bowls — but the new shop will feature an additional selection of gluten-free "toasts," including five types of avocado toast and a number of others, along with a build-your-own option, like the one Mother Juice currently offers for the rice, quinoa, and salad bowls.

"We want to make this location one stop shopping for all your healthy eating needs," they said, sharing plans to include spiralized recipes with vegetable noodles. "We are still in test kitchen mode perfecting our more sophisticated options, but with local spring produce upon us we know we will be coming up with some delicious new creations."

"Moju Newbury," as Fitzgerald and Baldini are calling the new shop, will also sell local jams, candles, and a handful of other items.