Truce Juice serves up hard-core product

The new juice bar boasts all-organic, all-local drinks made without bladesBy Emily Weiss

For the even more deeply devoted, Truce offers specially designed one-, three-, and five-day juice cleanses (Pohlad is also a certified health coach) in two different levels: one for beginners and one for juicing veterans. You can also start with one of the bottled juices and get a made-to-order smoothie (those are blended with blades, but it's a great way to get some added protein) with avocado; peanut or walnut butter; and chia or flax seeds.

After a daunting but exhilarating three months in business, Molitor and Pohlad say they're constantly looking to the future of their operation, especially as juicing becomes more and more mainstream. "We are definitely planning to expand, we're just figuring out what that might mean for us, whether it's adding another store or doing offsite production," Pohlad says. "We want to make more juice," Molitor adds. "That's our number-one goal."

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Details

Truce Juice
1428 W. 32nd St., Minneapolis
612.825.1684;
drinktruce.com
juices $9; smoothies $9.50 - $12

That's good news, because it appears we already have a healthy thirst for these healthy drinks.

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assratss
assratss

this place is always empty when i walk by. also hasnt tao foods been making juices and smoothies for 30 years. its not like theyre the first people in the city doing this. also juices lack the fiber of fresh cut fruits and vegetables. so i suppose in conclusion, yawn.

amycovington
amycovington

I really love the Morning Greens juice ... and I understand the reasoning for the price but I'm wondering why they don't try to sell their juice at local co-ops? Is it because they can't produce enough? I don't like having to drive there to get the juice, which isn't always cold. The space itself is uninviting too. I have no desire to hang out there and drink the juice. Sometimes I pick up Suja at the co-op or Whole Foods if I can't make it Truce. They're raw too and mass produce. But they might pasteurize? Anyway, I love the juice. Just wish it was easier to get.

k2yeb
k2yeb topcommenter

I will stick to my blender for making juice. 

downtown1
downtown1

they should get their stuff served at Target field given their connections:) The stuff is really yummy thought but quite expensive for the uptown crowd. 

downtown1
downtown1

they should get their stuff served at Target field given their connections:) The stuff is really yummy thought but quite expensive for the uptown crowd. 

Drewey
Drewey topcommenter

There is a larger concentration of money within a 5 mile radius of there than anywhere else in the state

 
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