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Blueprint Juice Now Offered At The Ace Hotelís Project No. 8 And Brooklynís Union Market Grocery

Originally Posted: December 21, 2011

Launched in 2007 by Founder ZoŽ Sakoutis and Co-Founder Erica Huss, BluePrintCleanse is the first line of juice cleanses to offer varying levels of intensity. (Courtesy Photo: MLC PR)

New York City - BluePrintJuice (BPJ), BluePrintCleanse's line of freshly pressed raw fruit and vegetable juices, will now be available for individual purchase at two of New York City's beloved shopping destinations: the highly curated Project No. 8 in New York's fashionable Ace Hotel and all three locations of Brooklyn's Union Market, including Union Street and Seventh Avenue, both in Park Slope, and Court Street in Cobble Hill. A sign of the rising popularity of BluePrintCleanse and its individual juices, the new locations follow the announcement earlier this year of BPJ's availability at Whole Foods Markets and Exhale Spas.

Project No. 8, the Ace Hotel's version of a curated art, travel, and clothing boutique, will offer the following BPJ flavors: White (Cashew Milk), Green (BPC's signature vegetable juice), Yellow (Spicy Lemonade), Gold (Pineapple Apple Mint), and Red (Apple Carrot Beet).

Across the bridge, Union Market grocery stores, which focus on sustainability, local and organic food, will sell the White, Green, Yellow, and Red flavors. Home to both BPC founders ZoŽ Sakoutis and Erica Huss, Brooklyn has been a continually growing market for BPC.

Renovaton Cleanse. (Courtesy Photo: MLC PR)

BPC has also become a favorite of celebrities. Recently, Blake Lively was seen on the set of "Gossip Girl" carrying a bottle of the nutrient powerhouse Green variety, and Jenna Ushkowitz revealed that she does a five-day cleanse for her pre-Emmy routine. Other devoted fans of BPC include Ashley Greene and Olivia Wilde, who have both been spotted with the juices.

Launched in 2007 in New York City and available nationwide, BluePrintCleanse (BPC) was developed with the goal of making raw foods and cleansing accessible: flexible scheduling and a choice of cleanse levels make BPC adaptable into even the busiest of lifestyles. A cleanse allows the body to restore and begin its natural healing process, while infusing it with fresh, unpasteurized, nutrient-packed raw fruit and vegetable juices.

BPC has undergone significant growth since its founding. In addition to juice cleanses, the company offers its Juice 'Til Dinner program including freshly made raw meals, as well as BluePrintBars: raw, vegan and gluten-free snack bars made from the highest quality of fruit and nuts that can be ordered online. In 2011, BPC began to sell its juices at Whole Foods Markets throughout NYC. The company has partnerships with some of the country's most followed exercise studios including Exhale Spa, Flywheel Sports, Yas Fitness Centers, Barry's Bootcamp, Bikram Yoga and more. BPC also has a large corporate client base in the media, fashion, and financial industries, among others. To help clients stay healthy at home, BPC offers nutritional consultations with their registered dietician, a BluePrintKit with healthy ingredients every kitchen should have, and their bookThe 3-Day Cleanse, which includes over 75 recipes for food and juice.

BPJ individual bottles retail in stores for $5.99 to $10.99. BPC cleansing packages start at $60 per day and are available through the website via Fed-Ex delivery or local pick-up.

About BPC
Launched in 2007 by Founder ZoŽ Sakoutis and Co-Founder Erica Huss, BluePrintCleanse is the first line of juice cleanses to offer varying levels of intensity depending on one's dietary habits and history. It's a user-friendly system of cleansing set up to be practical for all nutritional lifestyles, from the most austere of raw food acolytes to the burger-and-red-wine crowd looking to periodically offset the damages of their indulgence. BPC's fresh pressed juices and raw food programs are delivered to homes and offices across the country.

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