“I’m a fan of many of Liquiteria’s cold-pressed and old-school juices, but this blend of carrot, apple, ginger, bee pollen, and vitamin C is my all-time favorite. Healthy? Sure. Delicious? Absolutely.” – Sarah Leon, Web Editor
“Ever since my friend Danielle warned me about how difficult sugary juices are on the pancreas, I’ve become a purist with this straight-up shot. Some hate the taste of grass, but I DEVOUR it.” – Jane Larkworthy, Beauty Director
One Lucky Duck Wheatgrass Juice, $2.50 for a 1oz shot or $4.50 for 2oz, oneluckyduck.com.
“The 11 raw juices this New York City-based brand blends (not presses!) fit all my juice desires: delicious, filling chia-based potions; a light, refreshing lemonade; and five styles of green juice, including a kale-spinach-blueberry concoction called Glow! for prettier skin." – Katie Becker, Beauty Editor
“I will happily devour any of Summers’s healthy concoctions, but if I had to play favorites, the shop’s classic Green juice (packed with spinach, kale, cucumber, lime, and protein-rich spirulina) would be it.” –Sue Williamson, Digital Editorial Associate
“For my daily juice I head to Siggy’s Good Food. They prepare their juices on the spot so they are customized and made to order. They offer tons of organic vitamins and mineral supplements that you can add to any juice of your choosing. My favorite is their carrot ginger!” – Gillian Sagansky, Assistant to the Editor in Chief
"Whenever I'm feeling under the weather or peakish, I pick up a few of these. I'm not a huge juicer, but the blend of turmeric, cayenne and ginger always helps perk me up and nip anything latent in the bud." – Vanessa Lawrence, Features Writer