I don’t think carrot juices or hanging out with my pups ever gets old.
And neither does sharing information with you! Today I wanted to give a quick travel tip regarding getting pressed juices on the road. If you’re going to be at one location for at least a couple days and can’t locate a local juice bar, there is a solution!
On my last business trip I was able to find Juice Works, a cold pressed juice company in Minneapolis that offers three low sugar juices (no fruit added). They delivered right to my hotel on two separate occasions and made getting my juice very convenient :0) Thank you!
If you aren’t able to find a local company to deliver to you, there are several that now ship nationwide. I used Pressed Juicery based out of LA to overnight a juice package that met me at my hotel in Atlanta. When I got there, I had my fridge stocked and ready to go.
Takes a little research and dedication, but it’s worth it if you’re traveling a lot or just don’t want to skip out on all that alkaline goodness!
As for me, when I get my juice, I am happy.
I travel with products from Pressed Juicery as well. I take them when I travel with my teen daughter to weekend basketball tournaments, especially when we go to places like Stockton, where the closest thing to a juice bar is Jamba.
Makes life so much easier! I’ve gotten carrot or carrot/orange juice from Jamba in a pinch, but it’s certainly not ideal. Gotta work with what you got sometimes 🙂
This is great – Thanks, Christina!
Q: What do you mean by “When I got there, I had my fridge stocked and ready to go”? Do you mean that you asked the hotel to stock your fridge for you (if so, awesome.) or that you stocked it when you got there and picked up the package?
Hi Sam! I stay at this particular hotel for work a lot, so they were expecting me and had the package in the fridge for when I got there (it arrived while I was in route from Minneapolis). I just had to transfer to the fridge in my room- but i’m sure they would have put it in there for me if I really wanted them to!