When the Juice Bar left the Burlington Town Center in November 2013, lunch-hour juicers had to look elsewhere for their fix. Since then, owners Steph Steeves and Mike Winters have become farmers market regulars and planted 4.1 acres of juiceable vegetables in the Intervale. They now supply many of Burlington's other juice companies with farm-fresh produce, and, starting this week, they'll set up shop in the City Market/Onion River Coop parking lot for Wednesday juice sessions.
From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for the next eight weeks, Steeves and Winters will sling made-to-order seasonal juices, including strawberry-rhubarb-apple and the local favorite kale-pear-apple-lemon-ginger cocktail, dubbed Immunity.
Though the two juice at five markets per week during the summer, Winters says adding the City Market afternoons was a no-brainer: "It was a natural connection with the Intervale and with City Market."
The original print version of this article was headlined "Park & Juice"
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