Not even a global pandemic can reverse a 1.05-billion-dollar cold press juice market. Juisibox entered this industry, April 2019 as a startup business after owner/operator Nyisha Hammond rehabilitated for three years from not one, but two horrific car accidents which left her learning how to walk as well as rehabilitate from a traumatic brain injury.
Nyisha needed a new career, after identifying that she would no longer be able to continue her graduate studies at George Washington University, to become a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor. Nyisha utilized her passion to heal her body and brain with the power of raw super foods as inspiration to create Juisibox; a full line of raw alkaline juices; slow cold pressed not heated or preserve.
The mission of Juisibox is to offer healthy and nutritious drink options to individuals that are looking to incorporate fruits and vegetables in their everyday diet. Nyisha knew through experience she could build a business which would assist the communities’ journey to wholesome living through the benefits of alkaline foods.
Juisibox will open a newly remodeled, brick and mortar location; 1919 Fruitville Pike, Lancaster, PA., just two months after closing the first iteration of the business in the form of a market stand at the Lancaster Market Place. This new location allows customers to pick up wellness in a bottle; carry out and on-the-go customers will have the opportunity to pick up cold-pressed juices, smoothies, wellness shots, vegan soups and a variety of fresh salads and vegan snacks. The Juisibox vegan menu inspiring a healthy lifestyle will feature fresh cut electric foods, with a great deal of the produce grown right here in Lancaster County.