Melbourne, Australia (PRWEB) November 17, 2015
There’s an old adage that countries are built on the backbone of small, innovative businesses, which is why representatives with Green Press, are proud to announce that the company is celebrating its second anniversary of being in business.
“It has been an honor to cater to our clients over the past two years and we’re very excited to celebrate this,” said James McLoughlin, co-founder and spokesperson for Green Press, an organic cold pressed juice and health food company located in Melbourne.
Green Press, according to McLoughlin, is a pioneer in the health and wellness space which dispels the stigma that health is boring. Run by brothers, James and Miles McLoughlin, Green Press was created to help people feel alive. The company’s flagship cafe, informative blog, and online store offer an inspiring insight into the world of healthy living.
Receiving their nutritional education in NYC, where Chef Miles worked at multiple Michelin Star winning restaurants in Manhattan whilst James managed both a Manhattan restaurant and a juicing food truck, the brothers decided they were ready to go out on their own and moved to Melbourne, Australia and open the city's first organic cold pressed juice bar, launching Green Press in November 2013.
The company, in October, also launched a new coffee and donut cleanse product that give people the ability to detoxify and cleanse their body utilizing a coffee and donut cleanse. The company’s coffees are cold brewed which is 50 percent less acidic and its Krispy Klean donuts are made of pumpkin and flax seed.
As to what makes Green Press different from everything else on the market, the company spokesperson pointed to its organic ingredients, Michelin star trained chefs, and the fact that everything is audited and approved by its Naturopath, Reece Carter. In addition to that, its products feature more vegetable density and nutrition than any competitor.
About Green Press
Why does Green Press Exist? Organic fruit and vegetables should taste amazing and be as common as 7-Eleven. We wanted a place that uses perishable ingredients without shortcuts; chickpeas from a farm rather than a can and dressing on the side rather than a bath. We wanted juice that's cold pressed and made of vegetables. We couldn't find one, so we created one.
Green Press Holdings Pty Ltd
Shop 7/525 Little Collins St, Melbourne Vic
Source: Green Press Holdings Pty Ltd