- $15 for three Groupons, each good for $10 worth of fresh juices and smoothies (a $30 total value)
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With its handcrafted juices, Robeks Juice helps customers's bodies achieve optimal health and nutritiously quench thirst on a massive scale as they participate in the rapidly growing juicing craze. Robeks' juice wizards squeeze and hand-blend fresh, whole produce, resulting in creations such as the Evergreen's melange of kale, cucumber, celery, spinach, apple, and lemon. Most smoothies are made from 100% natural yogurt, and include fan favorite the Hummingbird, a blend of mango, banana, and strawberry. The menu keeps various dietary restrictions in mind, and offers the option to make any smoothie dairy-free with a creamy combination of almond milk and dates.
The national fruit-squeezing emporium has been honored as the Official Fruit Smoothie of the Los Angeles Marathon, and helped replenish more than 30,000 runners with fresh juice at the finish line. And with sales of its signature orange Live Healthy bracelets, the company has been able to raise $25,000 for the Save the Children foundation.
Robeks' successes are also measurable in the stories of individual customers. One Arizona regular, Vicky Borny, was able to lose nearly 55 pounds after incorporating Robeks' juices and smoothies into her daily diet. As the team at Robeks says, it's small enough to be personal, but large enough to make a difference. But successes both great and small point toward the same goal: help customers get the recommended 9-13 servings of fresh fruit and veggies each day without stuffing an entire bag of oranges into their mouth.
89% of 263 customers recommend
“Big selection,healthy and tasty”
“They were friendly and fast. My juice was delicious. Definitely will go back”
“I really enjoy the vegetable cold pressed juices but the smoothies have sherbet in them which contains sugar. A health food eatery should consider all these things...”
“I really enjoy the vegetable cold pressed juices but the smoothies have sherbet in them which contains sugar. A health food eatery should consider all these things as fruit already contains sugar so no more sugar needs to be added. I found the fruit smoothie quite sweet and preferred if all the smoothies were all natural without any sugars added.”