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Grab a healthy drink and snack from these Black-owned juicers

Black owned juicers

Sometimes our body craves a healthy meal and a refreshing taste, because it’s not always about pizza or mac and cheese. Whether you’re on a detox cleanse or you’re just looking to get more fruits and vegetables into your diet, smoothies and juices are a perfect way to align your body and taste requirements. And with these amazing local Black-owned juicers, you can do both – support our community and maintain your health altogether.

1. Tropical Smoothie


Tropical Smoothies

Two Broward-based Black women recently became the newest Tropical Smoothie franchisees when they opened up their locations over the summer at 2510 W Broward Blvd in Ft Lauderdale.

The menu features the full Tropical Smoothie lineup in addition to a light menu of toasted flatbreads, wraps, sandwiches, quesadillas, and bowls.

And if you want to be a food entrepreneur yourself, contact them, because they’re up for educating you on how to get into the Tropical Smoothie franchise game. 


2. RENEW Smoothies & Salads

Renew Burger

Kesha Andrews launched Renew Smoothies and Salads in 2015 in Miramar. From the acai fruit bowl, paninis, and salads to their star turkey burger, they’ve got every flavor covered. And if you’re into juices, they have you covered with a wide range of juice flavors and smoothies.

Got kids? They even have a special menu for your little munchkins, because they know “it’s a full-time job to make your kids eat healthy veggies and fruits.” 

3. Juice Defined 

Juice Defined is a new Black-owned juicery that recently opened up shop in Opa-locka. The juices are 100% natural, handmade, and cold pressed. There’s also a complete detox education in the form of ebooks and webinars.


4. Smoothie Express 

Smoothie Express

Check out the Black-owned Smoothie Express located at 11020 Pembroke Rd and get your fix on tropical fruit juices, smoothies, veggies, and healthy snacks. The menu is loaded with salads, sandwiches, burgers, and paninis.

5. The Squeeze Juice Bar 

Black owned juicer

Squeeze the sun with garden-fresh juices from The Squeeze Juice Bar. Launched by Jamaican entrepreneur Elan Gye Doeman, The Squeeze Juice Bar is a quick-service restaurant that serves you healthy and nutritious food alternatives. At SJB you can have a meal with made-to-order juices, smoothies, panini sandwiches, and salads as well as keto bowls, Beyond Burger paninis, and falafel tacos.

Drop by 16171 Biscayne Blvd in North Miami Beach and have your share of fresh foods.

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