Austin Juice Firm Each day Juice Closes All Areas – Eater Austin

Austin juice mini-chain and supply service Daily Juice closed all 4 of its three places and supply providers this month. The Westlake location closed someday in January and the final day of operations for the Northwest Hills, North Shoal Creek, and Bee Cave was Sunday, January 22.

The explanation the juice firm closed was due to “rising meals prices, labor prices, and rents,” according to its website. Current co-owners Cary and Joanie Frieden tell Statesman that the shops’ leases had been ending this yr.

The corporate is promoting all of its tools by way of an online auction. Gadgets embrace business and countertop juicers, all kinds of freezers, tables, chairs, and rather more. The intention is to promote every part by Thursday, January 26.

Initially, Matt Shook and Keith Wahrer opened Each day Juice in 2003 on Barton Springs Street, taking on what had been the Juice Joint. Shook left the enterprise in 2011, turning that Barton Springs and its Lake Austin Boulevard places into JuiceLand. Wahrer expanded Each day Juice with a number of places, and there have been ambitious out-of-Austin expansion plans together with franchises in Houston, underneath CEO John Martin. Then they sold the company to Cary and Joanie Frieden, who had been working their very own juice firm Skinny Limits, in 2015.

Since then, the Friedens ran Each day Juices in Northwest Hills at 3720 Far West Boulevard, Suite 105; North Shoal Creek at 8620 Burnet Street, Suite 132; the already-closed West Lake Hills one at 3300 Bee Caves Street, Suite 500; and Bee Cave at 12921 Retailers Parkway.

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