Last month, we reviewed a cold-pressed juice brand in our pages, and now, another option has popped up, called Juicifix. Started by young fitness buffs Tejomay Rastogi and Avrio Rebello, Juicifix home-delivers cold-pressed juices from their list of over a dozen options.
These cold-pressed juices with no preservatives are delivered in reusable glass bottles
Rastogi, who has worked with leading lifestyle magazines and advertising agencies, tells us, “I am a health freak, and I got the idea of selling healthy juices while jogging one day. Initially, I wanted to sell my juices outside parks across the city but that wouldn’t have been possible, logistically.” The 33-year-old went ahead and began to whip up juices and started selling initial samples at Carter Road, earlier this summer, by herself. Her street-selling experience worked out well and son enough, the orders began to trickle in. Along with Rebello, the duo sourced cold pressing equipment and now, offer juice delivery service between Andheri and Bandra.
How to order?
The delivery works on subscription basis where you can sign up for a minimum of five bottles (R130 for a 250ml bottle) or if you wish to try, you can place a smaller order at an extra cost of R20 per bottle. A 30-day subscription will cost you R120 per bottle and for 45 days, it costs R110. From the menu, Rastogi makes her detox juices — Red Basil and Go Green — everyday and from the rest of the menu, you get the flavour of the day delivered, daily. Also on offer are seasonal specials (currently it’s Plum Love). And, if you stay in Andheri, they will be happy to host you at their juice bar.
At Opposite Dominos, Mahakali Caves Road, Andheri (E).
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