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Tessa Trudeau
Mar 09, 2016 @ 6:45 am

We’ve tried our fair share of cold-pressed juices over the years at InStyle, so it's hard to impress us when a new one bursts onto the scene. But Juice Served Here did just that. The “never conventional” brand, with a fan base that includes Emma Stone, Olivia Wilde, and one of our very favorite health gurus, Gwyneth Paltrow,  actually lives up to its hype.

The company was founded in 2013 by two fashion industry executives with a passion for health and aesthetics, reflected in everything down to the bottles themselves, which you’ve undoubtedly seen on your favorite blogger's Instagram. With 12 locations spread throughout the greater Los Angeles area, you can get your JSH fix just about anywhere, from downtown to Venice, all the way to Newport (it also ships nationwide). JSH prides itself on using the freshest produce and ingredients straight from the farm for its creative juice blends (Block Rockin Beets, Pipe Cleaner, Hot Lei), but its inventory also includes an assortment of soups, smoothies, and nut milks, and it offers cleanses, subscriptions, and customized cartons for regular juice heads.

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While forking over $10 for a bottle of Sweet Greens may seem extravagant, rest assured that drinking Juice Served Here contributes to the greater good. Currently, $1 from every bottle of its limited edition Rose Water, made in partnership with Soma Water, goes directly to clean water projects in Flint, Michigan. Keep JSH on your radar for other cause-related partnerships in the future.

Our Pick: The juice flight. With so many options to choose from, it can be hard to make up your mind. This sampling lets you taste an assortment of the juicery’s creations so you get a little bit of everything.

12 locations throughout Los Angeles; juiceservedhere.com.

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