Trend Alert: Where to Find Cold-Pressed Juice

By Malika Dalamal  |  October 11, 2013

Not all juice is created equal. Cold-pressed juice is created by crushing and then pressing fresh fruit and vegetables without using those fast-spinning metal blades in regular juicers that generate heat and destroy a lot of the good enzymes.

Juicing is big news in London right now - believers cite health benefits like weight loss and a much-needed boost to the immune system, which we all need just in time for winter. Forget buying the machine yourself (it's very expensive) and pick up a bottle of cold-pressed juice at one of these three outlets.

  • The Good Life Eatery
    South Kensington's new cold-pressed juice bar and health-food restaurant brings a feel-good California vibe to an otherwise stuffy neighbourhood. Beyond just juice, you can eat in or take away everything from a spelt croissant to "skinny" eggs Benedict (yoghurt saffron instead of hollandaise) or avocado on toast.

    59 Sloane Ave., SW3 3DH; 020 7052 9388

  • Canyon Juicery
    Available in unusual flavours like grapefruit and mint, apple and cucumber and lemon and cayenne pepper, this organic, cold-pressed juice stand in a clothing store in Notting Hill is the next best thing to eating raw, pure vegetable or fruit. They also offer coconut water, chlorophyll water and almond milk.

    Joseph, 236 Westbourne Grove, W11 2RH

  • Neal's Yard Wild Juicery
    Buzzy, colourful and exciting, this juicery set up by Neal's Yard Remedies is enough to persuade anyone to think healthy. As well as organic cold-pressed juice, they also offer smoothies, snacks and free advice on foraging, superfoods and biodynamic agriculture.

    Neal's Yard, WC2H 9DP; 020 7419 2014