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  • Keyaira Boone

FPJC Celebrates 3 Years of the Right Amount of Raw

This month marks three since Cranford’s Fresh Press Juice Company (FPJC) opened its doors!

The thriving small business, which quickly became a neighborhood staple decided to celebrate three years of success with their customers by hosting an anniversary party.

Owned by sisters Deven Burgio and Lauren Miller Fresh Press Juice Company offers both cold and fresh pressed organic juice, smoothies, light bites, and more.

A certified green business, they even make their wheatgrass shots and almond milk right on the premises! You seriously can't beat that!

They're famous for their banana whips but I’m a huge fan of their homemade chocolate granola bars! The sea salt gives me all of the thrills of a Talenti binge with none of the guilt. I literally can’t come into the store without getting one.

In honor of their anniversary they not only offered customers discounted prices, they provided free samples of their local honey! I had to stop by and try the cinnamon flavor.

With allergy season practically all year long (isn't global warming grand?) local honey

is a great investment. It’s also good in tea and smoothies. I add it to this amazing Kenyan tea I got during fashion week that I’m obsessed with.

Unexpected heat causing you to break out? Add it to some yogurt or avocado to get your skin back on track.

They also tapped Adi Patel of Turban Henna Tattoos to provide attendees with complimentary henna art.

Loyal regulars and well wishers milled in and out of the store all day to congratulate Burgio and Miller including the mother of the co-owners who proudly wore her FPJC tee shirt proclaiming that the enterprise provides “Just The Right Amount of Raw.”

A couple demonstrated healthy #relationship goals as they soaked up the sun and snacked on acai bowls and a long time customer showed off her lock jewelry as she received her henna art.

I ended the day with a wheatgrass shot and a gorgeous sunflower that’s still holding court on my forearm.

Whether you're looking to start your summer with an affordable cleanse or just recover from your Saturday night FPJC has the perfect pick for you.

Check out their menu here.

#food #organic #freshjuice #juice #smallbusiness #cranford #localbusiness #womenownedbusiness #granola #acaibowl #jersey #newjersey #unioncounty

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