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3418 Penn Ave - Suite A
Pittsburgh, PA, 15201

412-586-5060

PJC Organic Cold Pressed Juices are made fresh every day.  Never heated or processed, they are packed with live enzymes and energy.

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Green Juice & Yoga Blog

This is a lifestyle blog.  It's about flooding your body with good things then breathing, sweating and squeezing all the bad things out.  It's about feeling good by getting back to the basics.  Green Juice and Yoga are two of the most basic things on earth.

Sustainable improvement: COMPOST

Naomi Homison

As of this month, I am proud to announce that we are composting all of our excess juice pulp through a custom-built system housed at our new commissary in the Strip District. Many thanks to Sustainable Pittsburgh Restaurant and Lawrenceville Pittsburgh for making this possible through a sustainable improvement grant and for featuring us in the sponsored education piece in Table Magazine's 10th Anniversary Edition!

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A life intertwined with wellness

Naomi Homison

Even though PJC is far from perfect, every time I walk into this little shop in the midst of its growing pains, I experience extreme joy. It's health and wellness and wholesome food and people who believe in taking care of their bodies and thriving in this world... It's about creating energy and using it to nurture, provide and love.

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Why is green scary?

Naomi Homison

Green Juice: The thing made exclusively of organic fruit and vegetable ingredients, straight from mother nature's sun drenched fields vs. Diet Soda: the thing in which five of the eight ingredients are chemical compounds produced in a laboratory to achieve color, aesthetic and simulated "natural" flavor.

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The Basics: Green Juice & Yoga

Naomi Homison

It's easy to appreciate the simplicity behind Fresh Juice: to literally drink in the vitamins, nutrients and enzymes of organic fruits and vegetables grown in the warmth of the sun.... no nonsense added and no goodness removed. This "it is what it is" concept is a rare commodity in our over-processed, over-synthesized and over-sweetened food culture.

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