Nékter Juice Bar Partners with GT’s Living Foods on New Kombucha Smoothies and Acai Bowls for the New Year

Nékter Juice Bar Partners with GT's Living Foods on New Kombucha Smoothies and Acai Bowls for the New Year

Exclusive Collaboration Allows Guests to Customize Smoothies and Acai Bowls into Low-Calorie Powerhouses of Probiotics, Live Enzymes and Antioxidants

Nékter Juice Bar Partners with GT's Living Foods on New Kombucha Smoothies and Acai Bowls for the New YearSanta Ana, CA( RestaurantNews.com) Nekter Juice Bar, “the member states national” lifestyle firebrand that continues to define and pioneer the modern, genuine and fresh liquor forbid knowledge, has partnered with GT’s Living Foods, America’s most loved Kombucha brand, to launch yet another healthful munching innovationKombucha Smoothies and Acai Bowls. At Nekter, customization has always been on the menu as a practice for guests to enjoy fresh liquids, smoothies and acai bowls based on their individual life-style and flavor predilections. The new Kombucha Smoothies and Acai Bowls grant guests to substitute housemade cashew milk or coconut water with genuine GT’s Kombucha to create delicious, low-calorie smoothies or bowls that are erupting with natural probiotics, live enzymes and powerful antioxidants. Accessible now at participating Nekter Juice Bars across the country until March 24, the Kombucha Smoothies and Acai Bowls can help boost power and gut state, which impacts the part torso from the digestive organization, the immune method, value, and mental health.

“Nekter Juice Bar’s new Kombucha Smoothies and Acai Bowls are the eventual functional menu that will help the entire form accomplish at its optimal best, ” said Steve Schulze, co-founder and CEO, Nekter Juice Bar. “With the New Year being a traditional is now time to reenergize healthy living garbs, our new Kombucha renders are an ideal low-calorie and high-nutrition option that can be customized to work within any lifestyle preference.”

Kombucha is a naturally effervescent fermented tea. It contains living probiotics, plus powerful enzymes and natural battery-acids that help promote a healthful gut and being able to detoxify the body. GT’s Kombucha debuted in 1995 where reference is founder, “GT Dave, ” was aroused to bottle Kombucha and share it with the world after his mother ascribed the homemade drink in helping her recover from breast cancer. Still handcrafted in small quantities to this day, GT’s Kombucha is organic, vegan and gluten-free, with no added sugar or sweeteners.

“Partnering with Nekter Juice Bar allows us to introduce Kombucha in a new way to more parties, who are eager to integrate its strong nutritional impact into their daily living, ” said GT Dave, Founder and CEO of GT’s Living Foods.

About Nekter Juice Bar

Founded in 2010, Southern California-based Nekter Juice Bar is the category commander and founder of the modern liquor forbid ordeal with a 100 percentage, freshly prepared, clean-living, nutrient-rich, delicious and plant-based menu of liquors, Superfood smoothies, acai bowls, and healthy snacks created with powerhouse functional parts that equip maximum health benefits. With a resolute commitment to ingredient transparency, accuracy and invention, Nekter Juice Bar is rooted in the fundamental rights thinking that “healthy” can perceive immense, be readily accessible and sustained, and be affordable too. Now with more than 125 restaurants in the United States, and 175 more in developing, Nekter plans to grow to 425 company- and franchise-owned restaurants in 2020. Recent apportions include: the 2018 “Best Buy in Franchising” Zor award from Franchise Times; the 2016 “Hot Concept” award and the 2017 “Next 20 ” Brand to Watch by Nation’s Restaurant News; #217 on Entrepreneur Magazine’s Franchise 500( r ); and #334 on Inc. Magazine’s 5000 Fastest-Growing Private Company List in 2016. For more information, please visit nekterjuicebar.com.

Contact: Erin Peacock Peacock PR 949-939-1872 erin @peacock-pr. com

Read more: restaurantnews.com

Get more stuff

Thank you for subscribing.

Something went wrong.