Sara N, Annie Carr-Harris & Carissa Campeotto are excited to announce the grand opening of Commodity Juicery’s first location at 3975 Fraser Street, Vancouver, BC.

Commodity Juicery, Vancouver’s organic cold pressed juice company that makes whole ingredient food and drinks nutritious, delicious and affordable officially opens this THURSDAY, November 5th.

Vancouver, BC – Residents of the Mount Pleasant area and Vancouver should prepare themselves for a new flavour of health. Young female founders Sara N, Annie Carr-Harris and Carissa Campeotto will be holding a Grand Opening of a health and wellness destination called Commodity Juicery on Thursday, November 5,2015, from 5:30PM – 7PM at 3975 Fraser Street.

Commodity Juicery is a cold pressed juice & health bar serving a raw fusion menu with the best local and organic ingredients. A vegan-friendly establishment, Commodity Juicery puts a twist on conventional menu items making it easy for the everyday consumer to strive for a healthier plant based lifestyle. Specialties include a variety of cold pressed juices, hand-crafted nut mylks, delicious smoothies, plant based meal, snack and dessert options along with 1 to 5 day nutritional (hybrid of food/smoothies/juice) and juice cleanses. All menu options with the exception of nut mylks are $10 or less making it affordable to the everyday consumer.

Commodity Juicery was founded by a team of young, determined entrepreneurs with backgrounds in sales, marketing, social media, hospitality, biological science, neuroscience and yoga. In addition to this unique blend of experience, when you step through the doors at Commodity Juicery you’ll meet David John Cindric,

Raw Fusion Executive Chef and Carla Visscher Hensel, General Manager with a background in graphic communications and sustainable business development. Commodity Juicery has worked with certified holistic nutritionists and influencers within the raw food community to help develop a balanced and tasty plant based menu. Commodity Juicery is looking to become an influence within the local community through strategic partnerships to raise awareness on hot-topic issues; Most recently with a pop-up shop at Vancouver Fashion Week where proceeds went to the Looking Glass foundation who provide outreach to sufferers of eating disorders and aim to empower a positive body image. Our goal is to educate, empower and evolve the conception of health and wellness to become a convenient part of an everyday routine. The momentum of alternative health options is growing and we are happy to be a delicious addition to your health and wellness goals. You are what you eat ~ Bon Appetit!