Two Pressed Juicery Freeze containers, one large raspberry flavor with fresh raspberries and granola on the left, and a smaller chocolate one on the right

Hold on to your yoga mats, people. If you haven’t heard the news yet, we’re telling you now –and you’re about to flip your pretty little lid! Just this weekend, Pressed Juicery launched its latest and coolest juice project yet: Pressed Juicery Freeze.

If you’d told us at age six that our favorite frozen treat flavor as an adult would be kale and cucumber, we’d have thought you were crazy. But, lo and behold, here we are slurping up the best dessert of summer in all its green, frozen glory. You’re going to love this stuff. Here’s how it came to be…

The Pressed Juicery team likes to push the envelope, no question (just wait until you see the new summer juice flavors.) We’re always looking for healthy, new flavor profiles and new neighborhoods to offer them in. We’ve watched in excitement as green juice has become the new must-have beverage of it’s time, replacing the sugary caramel lattes and sugary teas that came before them with a dose of intense nutrition. Green juice is here to stay and we couldn’t be happier to provide our friends, families, and communities with healthy drinks that actually tastes this delicious.

Green juice is a daily habit, and we crave one every afternoon, but our team at Pressed Juicery HQ also has a wicked sweet-tooth. Sending an intern out for yogurt is a weekly occurrence and it was only a matter of time before we connected the dots – and our made our version of frozen sweetness into a reality. With the best-tasting green juice in one hand and our uber-creamy almond milk in the other, our founders realized it was only a hop, skip and a jump to turn our favorite healthy juices into the kind of healthy frozen treat we crave.

That dream finally materialized this weekend as lines of juice-crazed folks wound around the block to celebrate our first Pressed Juicery Freeze opening in innovation-friendly Palo Alto. Squeezed in alongside our rainbow-colored juice fridge, hundreds of Pressed Juicery lovers streamed in for a first glance (and free taste!) of our juice, swirled into a heavenly concoction of vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free, soft-serve magic. Here are the soft, cold facts:

Introducing Pressed Juicery Freeze

What It Is:

Pressed Juicery Freeze is the latest and greatest creation from California juice-makers, Pressed Juicery. Freeze is a soft-serve frozen treat and the first of its kind: by using only juices from fruits and vegetables, almonds and coconuts, Freeze is a vegan, gluten and dairy-free dessert packed with the same nutrition found in their popular juice flavors.

What It's Made Of:

There are six Freeze flavors, each more mind-blowing than the next:

Greens Freeze: Think Greens 2 with added dates and coconut. The best thing that ever happened to a stalk of kale!

Roots Freeze: A vibrant red blend of beets, carrots, apple, lemon, ginger, dates, and coconut.

Citrus Freeze: An orange cream-sicle slushie on another level: orange, apple, pineapple, dates, and coconut.

Fruits Freeze: Just like our popular Apple Strawberry Coconut juice, but with dates added.

Chocolate Almond Freeze: Creamy chocolate soft serve made of only cacao, almonds, dates, vanilla bean and sea salt.

Vanilla Almond Freeze: The same creamy soft serve made without cacao only almonds, dates, vanilla bean and sea salt.

Where It Is:

Find Freeze at Pressed Juicery Palo Alto inside the Stanford Shopping Center. Southern California, we know you’re drooling for it – watch for two additional locations in Orange County and Hollywood later this year!

We’re taking your summer to the next level. Join us in Palo Alto at our Pressed Juicery location inside the Stanford Shopping Mall and be one of the first to taste the latest craze in juice!

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  1. this is genius! i need….

    kyle | 06.24.2014 | Reply
  2. Wow, what a great idea. Of course Pressed takes it to the next level. Will it be opening in other Pressed stores? Cant wait to try it and thank you for this.

    beth | 06.24.2014 | Reply
  3. Awesome! Love your juice and hope y’all will consider opening a location in Houston, TX! It would do so well in our hot, humid climate . We need more places like this here and only have a handful of local juice bars.

    Lindsey | 06.26.2014 | Reply
  4. genius is right, we need this at the Pasadena location, please!

  5. I would even say the idea is too good! I am now so jealous that we don’t have anything like this in the UK!

    Genya | 07.03.2014 | Reply
  6. Please come to Dallas, Texas

    Barbara | 07.10.2014 | Reply
  7. This is exciting if I lived in California, but we reside in OHIO ! So how do we blend these frozen delights ??

    Charlene Yates | 07.13.2014 | Reply
  8. Sounds great and I would love to try it, but you send an intern out once a week to get you frozen yogurt?! Why, all your legs break in the afternoon and you have no crutches? Or you see that in the movies? I worked as an assistant for years in an investment bank in NYC and we were not sent to get snacks. Get up, go outside and get your own treats.

    Laurie | 07.14.2014 | Reply
  9. Beet+dates and soft serve? I am in!

    Hayley | 08.05.2014 | Reply
  10. Please start a location in Chico, CA! We have no juice and need Pressed!

    Marley | 01.07.2015 | Reply
  11. If you guys came to the Boston area I would be soooo “juiced up!” 🙂

    Samantha | 02.13.2015 | Reply
  12. How about coming to San diego

  13. Please start a shop in Atlanta, Georgia

    DeDe | 08.23.2016 | Reply
  14. Love this concept, come open a store here in Connecticut! I will manage the store!

    Kristen Bartlett | 11.10.2016 | Reply
  15. Is pressed freeze kosher??

    Jamie | 01.16.2017 | Reply
  16. Please add the feeeze to one (or all!) of your Las Vegas locations!! I know a few people (myself included) who really enjoy the freezes in OC and are dying to have it here in Vegas!

    Tara | 01.19.2017 | Reply
  17. Please open on Montana ave in Santa Monica. No one would ever go for yogurt again. This stuff is genius.

    michelle mazur | 06.04.2017 | Reply
  18. The best stuff on the market today!!

    michelle mazur | 06.04.2017 | Reply
  19. Are there Freeze options for those with nut allergies? Thanks.

    Inquisitive | 08.17.2017 | Reply
  20. Awesome…your product needs to become a national craze…I want some but live on the east coast! Expand fast!!!

    Debbie Kelly | 09.16.2017 | Reply
  21. I crave this stuff!! My daughter lives in the OC and introduced me to pressed juice FREEZE on my latest visit. It is truly an amazing treat! one that we can feel good about eating (every day!) The bad news is that I live in Florida on the gulf side of the state and there are no FREEZE stores near me. Please come to fort myers , I could even run the location! I believe in the product that much. dreaming of the day…

    lisa mccormick | 09.27.2017 | Reply
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  23. How does the freezing process cause loss of vitamins, enzymes, etc? Is it just as healthy as drinking juice? Thank you.

    Julie Cavanaugh | 04.23.2018 | Reply
  24. Please open a location in ATLANTA!

    Ella | 08.18.2019 | Reply

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