The juices are great, but the service is problematic.
The groupon says you have to order 24 hours in advance via email; I tried emailing twice (within a month) and didn't hear back either time. I happened to be in Union Square one day and went up to the truck and asked about it. They just gave me my cleanse on the spot. If they hadn't, I would've contacted Groupon and gotten my money back.
The squeeze has good products. I love a lot of their snacks and smoothies. However, the groupon deal is very misleading and not one of their actual cleanses. It only has five drinks a day opposed to the norm which is at least six a day. It is not really a deal. It is just what you would pay if you were buying five drinks a day instead of six or so. And don't look at the questions and answers because it said thT you could choose any of the cleanses for this deal and that is incorrect, you get to choose what drinks you want each day, but you only get five.
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About This Deal
A healthy mind in a healthy body is the most any of us can ask for, besides a genius mind in a 50-foot-tall robo body. Get into shape with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$119 for a three-day juice cleanse ($177 value)
$235 for a six-day juice cleanse ($354 value)
After placing their order, clients pick up products at The Squeeze retail locations.
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires.Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Must place order 24 hours in advance. Delivery is available in Manhattan and parts of Brooklyn. Can pick up order at listed retail locations.Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Squeeze
When she's not running a distressed-animal rescue operation, you'll find Karliin Brooks serving pressed juice and raw, vegan food from the window of a biodiesel-fueled food truck. The lifetime vegan founded The Squeeze as another search-and-rescue mission of sorts: to save New Yorkers from their own poor dietary habits and the environmental impurities that constantly bombard them. Brooks uses a Norwalk hydraulic juice press to convert unpasteurized produce—which is organic, non-GMO, never frozen, and local wherever possible—into sippable, super-food mixes that aid detoxification and weight-loss efforts. The Norwalk hydraulic juice press preserves live enzymes, minerals, and nutrients to help the body reset and kill cravings.
In addition to tasty, healthful juices, Brooks prepares a full menu of raw and organic breakfast foods, desserts, and savory dishes, including coconut truffles and "moc n' cheese" made with gluten-free pasta. She also promotes individual and planetary wellness via group or private food-prep classes, teaching people how to make "cheese" out of cashews.