Maine’s Organic Cold Press Juice
Cold Press Juice from all Natural Ingredients in Biddeford
Months ago, when Tim and his wife first moved their business to the Pepperell Mill Campus, he stopped by the main office and handed us a bottle of cold press juice. We’ve been hooked ever since. Check out how passionate they are about their business in what they have to share below.
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Who are you and where are you from?
We are Tim & Michelle Nickerson, a husband and wife team from Saco, ME.
Tell me a little about your business?
Maine Juice Co offers organic cold pressed juices and soon snacks. We take raw, organic produce, mash it, and slowly press it between two steel plates with 2 tons of pressure. This extracts maximum micro, macro nutrients and enzymes. The insoluble fiber is discarded and you are left with non-oxidized juice. Our juice is smooth, silky and easy to drink. It’s also alive, unlike other juices that you find on store shelves that have been pasteurized.
What made you choose the mill for your business?
We picked the mill for our business because it fit our budget well. We also enjoyed how many other thriving businesses that are part of the mills community.
How long have you been doing this?
We have been in business for less than one year.
What makes your business interesting to you?
We sell and produce organic cold pressed juices made from scratch, in small batches. We offer green juices, citrus juices, blends, and immunity shots. We have a free delivery service currently for Thu, Fri & Sat. That means you can go to mainejuiceco.com, order, and we’ll bring it to your house or office!
What makes you stand out from others in the same industry?
Maine Juice Company stands out from our competitors because we use local, organic produce when available. Our juice is created in small hand crafted batches and we offer free delivery service. When you buy from us, you’re supporting a local business!
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