Juice goes raw at Cranbrook’s new juicery

The Raw House features a wide variety of cold-pressed juices (10 options to choose from) which offers plant-based nutrition.

Julie Taylor and Natasha Benson.

Julie Taylor and Natasha Benson invite everyone to stop by and visit their new cold-pressed juicery. — Photo courtesy The Raw House

Co-founders Julie Taylor and Natasha Benson recently opened Cranbrook's first dedicated cold-pressed juicery called The Raw House. The new storefront showcases their extensive line up of cold-pressed juices.

"The community has been so supportive of our product and new store since we opened on May 8th, " said Julie Taylor.

The cold-pressed juicery features the company's locally pressed healthy and nutritional drinks. It is primarily a "grab-n-go" location but customers can sit and enjoy a drink in the store as well.

The company has been producing cold-press juice for some time now, selling them at local retailers. Their new location across from Save On Foods gives them more visibility as well as a convenient processing, production and sales facility.

"I have a real passion for holistic nutrition," said Natasha Benson.

As the company’s website states, “The Raw House’s cold-pressed juices are made of 100% vegetable-and-fruity nectar. They carefully select and combine the ingredients for the finest results. Not just juice, but a promise: to give you the nutrients your body needs to get through the day, everyday.”

The Raw House features a wide variety of cold-pressed juices (10 options to choose from) which offers plant-based nutrition. All juices are organically sourced and locally pressed at their new location. Julie Taylor and Natasha Benson invite everyone to stop by and visit their new cold-pressed juicery.

The Raw House is open Monday to Friday 10 to 5:30.

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