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BluePrintJuice squeezes into Whole Foods Markets throughout Texas

BluePrintJuice squeezes into Whole Foods Markets throughout Texas

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BluePrintJuice will be available at Whole Foods stores throughout Texas starting August 1. Photo courtesy of BluePrintJuice
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Founders of BluePrint, Erica Huss and Zoe Sakoutis, started the green juice craze.  Photo courtesy of BluePrintJuice
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BluePrintJuice, the New York-based company that signaled the green juice trend, has made its way to Texas. BluePrint fans no longer have go online to get their fruit-and-veggie fix; individual juices are now available at Whole Foods Markets throughout the state — including the seven Dallas-Fort Worth area stores. 

Founded by Erica Huss and Zoe Sakoutis, BluePrint juices are made with 100 percent USDA certified organic, raw, non-GMO, unpasteurized, and hydraulically pressed fruit and vegetable juices. The juices are gluten-free, vegan and kosher.  

"We are so pleased to continue the expansion of BluePrintJuice across the country, particularly in Texas," the founders say. "We have found that Dallas has always been a loyal clientele base for us, and we are thrilled to now be readily available at local Whole Foods Markets."

In addition to juice cleanses — which are available online — the company produces individual 16-ounce juices starting at $7.99. Those are available in six flavors at Whole Foods: 

  • Green — kale, apple, ginger, romaine, spinach, cucumber, celery, parsley and lemon
  • Red — beet, apple, carrot, lemon and ginger
  • Gold — pineapple, apple and mint
  • Yellow — lemon, cayenne and agave
  • White — cashew, vanilla, cinnamon and agave
  • Yellow 2 — lime, ginger, lemon and agave

All of the juices are made with carefully chosen, nutrient-dense produce, and health benefits include boosting metabolism and circulation and reducing inflammation. The shelf life is about 16 days from the expiration on the bottle.

To get a feel for BluePrint's quality, traditional pasteurized juices — which include most of the drinks in your local grocery store — have a shelf life of about 60 days. No wonder celebs like Blake Lively, Jason Wu and Ashley Greene are fans.