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Vancouver’s Best Smoothie (and Juice) Spots

Vancouver’s Best Smoothie (and Juice) Spots

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Cold and flu season is in full swing. Thankfully, there are plenty of first-rate smoothies and fresh juice spots in Vancouver. If you want a way to boost your immune system, consider fresh-pressed juice or a smoothie before you go for that second cup of coffee. Also, we’ve all felt the frustration of getting our kids to eat more “good stuff.” Enter the smoothie, the perfect tasty vehicle for hiding nutritious fruit and veg.

Top spots for fresh smoothies and juices

Glory Juice

Glory Juice juice bottles

This glorious juice company has become a Vancouver mainstay offering organic bowls, soups, smoothies, mylks and treats, as well as juices and cleanses. Always inventive, its seasonal concoctions are a must.

Olympic Village, Coal Harbour, and Yaletown locations

The Good Stuff

The Good Stuff smoothie glasses

The Good Stuff is a year old company that delivers ready-to-blend superfoods smoothies, made with local and organic ingredients, right to your door!  How it works: grab your superfood smoothie out of the freezer, add 500mL of liquid, blend and enjoy. Everyone in my family loves their Madagascar smoothie. Your kids will never taste the carrots and spinach under the strawberry daiquiri flavour.

The Juice Truck

The Juice Truck juice cleanse box

The Juice Truck is Vancouver’s original Cold-Pressed Juice Company. Visit their store or check out their trucks at the corner of Water and Abbott Street in Gastown and on Robson at Burrard. Try the Tropical Green Smoothie; your kids won’t even realize they’re eating spinach, thanks to the delicious blend including pineapple and strawberry.

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