Greenhouse Juice Co. is an organic, cold-pressed juice bar located at Yonge and MacPherson, just north of Rosedale station. They’ve been gaining popularity since opening earlier this year, with two more locations to come and a pop-up shop that’s started appearing at The Detox Market. They have a strong green initiative, only using recyclable glass bottles, and have recently started delivering right to customer’s doorsteps.
Greenhouse’s doorstep delivery program brings their juices, nut milks, boosters, and waters right to your home for any order over $34, and delivery is on the house on orders over $74. The ordering process is incredibly simple, you can shop online and choose from their entire selection of bottled products. They offer your standard apple and green juices, as well as unique blends like The Misfit (grape, celery, and lime and enough electrolytes to help you combat a hangover) or the classic Deep Roots (beet, carrot, apple, celery, lemon and a ton of antioxidants).
Juice is not their only product that shines. Their nut milks, made in house, were a standout favourite for FGFS — I will go on record saying I have never had better almond milk in my life, and probably never will until I go back again. They also offer day cleanses ($73/day) and free consultations beforehand to ensure you are getting the proper nutrients.
If you’ve been interested in jumping on the juice train, now is the time. Whether you live nearby and can stop in for a quick juice (or in-house only smoothie) or want the drinks to come to you, Greenhouse Juice Co. has something for everyone.boosters, cold press, greenhouse juice, greenhouse juice company, juice bar, juice delivery, nut milk, organic juices, smoothies, toronto, Vanessa Vailant, Yuli Scheidt