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But theres going to be a new player in 2016 that if it house lives up to the hype will forever change the juice landscape: Juicero. Founded by former Organic Avenue co-founder and CEO. Doug Evans, it has reportedly already raised more than 100 million from investors, making Juicero worth more than Suja and it hasn't even launched yet! And the 100 million is coming from an elite group of investors including Campbell's Soup, Google Ventures, Double Bottom Line Ventures, Artis.
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I think well start to see Asian and even Mediterranean twists on this Mexican classic. As we become more and.
Coca-Cola invested 90 million for a 30 percent stake in juice company. Suja with an option to buy. In Los.
So how is a juice company that hasnt launched yet worth so much money? Well, imagine a coffee Keurig but.
But theres going to be a new player in 2016 that if it lives up to the hype will forever.
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This is one trend I selfishly hope really picks up steam sign me up! 4. Guacamole will keep climbing the.
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Before pea-guacamole-gate, Epicurious reported on other star-studded chefs getting creative with the traditional Mexican dish: Top chef Hugh Acheson added.
Thats the ambitious product that Juicero is working on. If they can deliver, it will change the juicing world forever.
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