Kimberley’s [Stoke] Cold Pressed Juices expanding distribution network

The company has a wide range of flavours and blends ranging from vegetable juices to fruit and berry juices.

Sherry Jackson and Jill Bentley-Lobban celebrate the installation of a new [stoke] juice outlet at Cranbrook's Hot Shots Cafe.

Sherry Jackson and Jill Bentley-Lobban celebrate the installation of a new [stoke] juice outlet at Cranbrook's Hot Shots Cafe. — Photo courtesy [stoke] Facebook page

Big news out of Kimberley's Centex Market and [stoke] Juices—their healthy and organic food and juice division is on a roll these days. The company recently transitioned all their cold-pressed juices into sustainable, recyclable glass bottles and are busy expanding their distribution network – complete with shiny new mini-fridges to keep the all-natural juices cool and ready to drink.

General Manager Jill Bentley-Lobban and her staff have been working hard not only to produce the expanded line of juices but also to set up a distribution network throughout the area for their [stoke] cold-pressed juices. They have a myriad of flavours and blends ranging from vegetable juices to fruit and berry juices.

Stoke Cold Press Juice, made in Kimberley, recently set up a distribution outlet at Cranbrook’s popular Hot Shot Café.

Jill Bentley-Lobban, one of Kootenay Business magazine's Top 10 Business People of the Year, said in an earlier interview, “Eager to grow the business (organically, of course), (I am) always on the lookout for new, locally sourced products. (My) research into nutrition has led to the creation of Stoke Cold Pressed Juice, which is distributed in Kimberley and Cranbrook.”

Don’t be surprised to see these cool looking and great tasting [stoke] products gaining even wider distribution soon.

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