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Pressed Juicery Secures Second Storefront for Boston-Area Expansion

The California-based chain will open locations in Back Bay and Cambridge

Pressed Juicery in California
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The tides of change continue to flow, as yet another juice bar will replace a former frozen yogurt shop. The City of Boston’s zoning board just approved a proposal to have California’s Pressed Juicery take over the 288 Newbury St. spot where Pinkberry used to operate, according to Universal Hub. Pressed Juicery has already made moves to take over for the now-closed Pinkberry in Harvard Square, and these will be the first two Boston-area locations for the juice chain.

Pressed Juicery is not to be confused with Boston’s own Pressed, which has two locations: one in Beacon Hill and one in the South End, where co-owners David Clendenin and Ashley Gleeson live.

The California-born Pressed Juicery serves a wide array of cold-pressed juices and juice “cleanses” that feature everything from root vegetables and greens to fruit, citrus, and nuts. The shop also offers cold brewed coffee and a subscription-based juice service.

The Newbury Street shop will reportedly have some outdoor seating and could operate between the hours of 7 a.m. and 9 p.m. Stay tuned for opening details.

Another Pinkberry Falls, and a Juice Bar Will Rise in Its Place [EBOS]
With Froyo on Decline, Juice Marches In [UH]

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