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What is Cold-Pressed Juice?

Cold-pressed juice is produced by using what is known as a ‘masticating juicer’. This juicer uses a hydraulic press that squeezes the juice from the fruit or vegetable. This method assures all beneficial nutrients, enzymes, and vitamins are retained and ready for you and your body to enjoy.

Can I Buy Your Product Online?

At this time we are only able to accomodate online orders for Southern Californian residents. We are working on having nationwide shipping by summer 2020.

Where is Your Production Facility?

Our juices are produced and distributed directly from San Diego, CA. We work with several local, small farmer and produce distributors to keep our supply chain tight and to keep money in the pockets of those who need it most.

Do You Deliver?

We provide same day and next day delivery for San Diego residents and overnight shipping for those throughout Southern California.

Our Juices

Are Deep Rooted products organic?

No, we are not USDA-certified organic, and the amount of organic produce we use varies throughout the year. We are more focused on using seasonal, Non-GMO produce, similar to what you would find at your grocery store.

How long is the juice good for?

Our juice is good for 4-5 days from when it is produced. All of our juices will have a production date as well as a best consumed by date included on the bottle.

Are your products vegan?

Our juices do not contain any animal products.

Can children drink your juice?

Yes! Cold-pressed juice is a great substitute for sugary drinks or juices made from concentrate.

Is it safe during pregnancy or while breastfeeding?

The answer to this is no.

Despite the benefits of juicing, there is a difference between cold-pressed juice and traditional juice. One important thing to note is, Cold-pressed juices are RAW

The pasteurization process that is carried out within most fruit juices involves heating the juice to a certain temperature to kill bacteria and diseases. Cold-pressed juice uses no heat and therefore, poses a threat to a pregnant woman’s health.

Without the pasteurization process, foods are at risk of being contaminated. This is a huge no-no for pregnant women, as harm to the baby may be likely.

If food or drink contains bacteria; illnesses such as Listeria, salmonella and E.coli could develop as a result of food poisoning. This could heighten the risk of miscarriage, premature labor or even stillbirth.

Even a harmless glass of juice that’s been blended with fruit and vegetables from a friend’s garden can be risky if they haven’t been washed properly. Don’t take any chances.

What's the best way to store the juice?

Do not leave juice out in the heat. Refrigerate until you are ready to consume. Shake away separation before opening.

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