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Food / March 30, 2021

The Juice Boxx is in need of a new home

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Food / March 30, 2021

The Juice Boxx is in need of a new home

By Emily Mullen

The Boxx needs to move

The Juice Boxx no longer have a home for their popup container. The cold pressed juice sellers have had to vacate their site in the southside retail park, in Carrickmines. The company have been operating from the Glenamuck Road for the past four months, building up a solid customer base.

Founder of The Juice Boxx Jack Roberts announced the news on Instagram with a “heavy heart”.

“We started The Juice Boxx out of nothing and built a phenomenal team and ethos from the ground up. Never in a million years did I think I could ever be employing a staff let alone have a brand people actually went out of their way to get.”

“This journey is no where near over for us and we have fought to hard to get this far in times of hardship so we will hopefully be back as soon as we possibly can in a new place to call home,” he added.

Roberts began The Juice Boxx after trying The Juicery in George’s arcade “after my first drink I was hooked”. Juicing was a way for him to improve his diet, “myself like many out there didn’t have the best diet around eating fruit or veg and really didn’t have any interest introducing them either,” he said.

The Juice Boxx are still stocked in the likes of Dash container, Strand fare, Catalyst Coffee, Bread 41 to name but a few. They are also still doing online deliveries to Dublin/Wicklow, check out their website for more information.

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