- Food & Booze
Press’d brings organic cold pressed juice to Newstead
- 29 Sep 2014
There’s juice – and then there’s cold pressed juice. Well on its way to reigning supreme over all its superfood cousins, this health craze is proving it’s worth and is here to stay in a new home, Press’d organic juice bar and café in Newstead. Whether you’re a hungry local, a juice junky or just a caffeine addict in search of your next coffee fix, you’ll be happy to find Tenneriffe’s newest gem on Commercial Road. Press’d is serving up organic cold pressed juices, Sydney’s finest Toby’s Estate coffee and plenty of snacks and goodies that will make you glad you’re a member of one of the thirty-something gyms nearby. Cold pressed juices, made by ‘pressing’ (obviously) fruits and veggies to squeeze out all their juicy goodness, are the most nutrient dense, bang-for-your-buck liquid gold. With no heat involved in the juicing process, up to 5 times more nutrients and enzymes are retained than the standard juicing process – which is why we drink the green concoctions in the first place. Well, that and the fact that they’re delicious. Unlike most, Press’d juices are made on site from fresh, organic produce, ensuring those nutrients are still intact when your ready to take your first sip. As if this wasn’t reason enough, Press’d juices also come in eco-friendly (and insta friendly) glass bottles which will have you coming back for more, with $1 off for the return of the bottle. #cleanliving Depending on how much of a die-hard juice fiend you are, Press’d juices offer three levels of intensity. For the ‘occasionally healthy’ juice lovers out there (you know who you are), there are easy drinking options like the Teneriffe Sunrise, a sweet, tangy concoction of watermelon, pineapple, orange and lime, great for easy sipping by the pool, or the Acai Smoothie, if you feel the need to double your superfoods. But if you’re a macro-counting, clean eating type, go straight for the ‘you’re amazing’ level. These supremely restorative elixers include our pick, the Supergreen (which is ironically red) which is stuffed full of organic garden goodies like apple, carrot, celery, spinach, kale, parsley, beetroot, zucchini, lemon and ginger. If downing one of these doesn’t make your insides feel more hale and hearty, we don’t know what will. Raw eats of both the sweet and savoury kind will soon be available starting in late October, courtesy of Zane Applebee from Realistic Raw You. Until then, a cabinet full of fresh salads, cakes and slices full of plant-based ingredients will fend off post-gym starvation, with gluten-free, dairy free and vegan options available. Press’d is open 7 days a week from 6:30am-3pm. We know good things (like cold pressing) can take time or sometimes you just need a coffee pronto, so if you’re ‘press’d’ for time you can text in an order on 0412 592 657 and they’ll have it ready for you when you arrive!