I am unquestionably finicky about what goes into my body. As an aspiring integrative doctor or nutritionist of sorts, eating for optimal health is my thing. I don't eat out much, but Juice Press in Back Bay is one place where I can eat as cleanly as I do in my own kitchen. 

The first time I tried Juice Press was in NYC. I walked in and saw what must have been 60+ varieties of organic juice and a huge shelf of food that was conducive to all of my dietary restrictions. 

If you also practice and preach food functioning as your medicine, then call Juice Press a plant-based pharmacy. I became a regular, and couldn't help but think wow these people get it. 

Pure and nutrient-dense

oatmeal, muesli, chocolate, milk, cereal, sweet, berry, blueberry
Sarah Silbiger

Let's start with what Juice Press is about as an establishment. Everything is organic, and that's huge in the food service industry. You're eating the cleanest, most nutritive plant-based ingredients.

No added sugars, fillers, or preservatives. All the juices are cold pressed and the food is prepared fresh daily. 

The Spoon Boston University chapter was lucky enough to have a DIY açai bowl event at the new Back Bay location. Goji berries, maple coconut flakes, blueberries, homemade granola, and almond butter were piled on top of wholesome blueberry and almond butter bases. 

A cut above the rest

muesli, sweet, cereal
Sarah Silbiger

Ever tried to buy an açai pack at the supermarket? It was likely sweetened and had added emulsifying agents to it. Juice Press' commitment to purity shines through with their açai bowls, blowing Boston competitors away.

The members of Spoon BU are no strangers to açai bowls in Boston, our options are slim but we've had them all. Hands down, Juice Press' açai bowls have the best consistency, flavor, and nutritious toppings.  

Assertive women who drink juice are sexy

milk, muesli, cereal, granola, blueberry, berry, sweet
Sarah Silbiger

Clever marketing and bold statements are plastered all over their stores. They make big claims, but live up to all of them. Extensive postcards with neat facts and graphics are free for the take in their stores. 

The shelf life of their food is among the shortest in the industry, meaning they're serious about freshness and the nutrient quality of what they're serving. 

Next time you're looking for the purest, most delicious açai bowl in Boston, head to Juice Press. They're popping up all over the city and in Equinox gyms.