Press & Media
The outspoken founder of Juice Press talks about the blurring lines between beauty and wellness – in WWD, written by Anna Dysinger on June 7, 2015.
In order to help educate the consumer and the staff about nutrition concepts, I had to come up with bite-sized printed pieces that people could take with them. I made the first Juice Press postcard at a Fedex/Kinkos while I was working on the menu art file, to take a break from the tedium of building a menu file.
Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson with Marcus Antebi, the founder of Juice Press, at the new store in Seattle, WA. – Article in Forbes contributed by Ronald Holden.
Getting Raw with Juice Press Founder Marcus Antebi – Article from W Magazine, written by Jane Larkworthy.
Spring Cleaning – Article in T Magazine, written by Sandra Ballentine.
[GQ Article] The Real-Life Diet of Juice Press Founder Marcus Antebi, Who Likens His Meals to Meditation
The Real-Life Diet of Juice Press Founder Marcus Antebi, Who Likens His Meals to Meditation – Article in GQ, written by Emily Abbate.
The ability of some bacteria to kill other bacteria isn’t new—foods such as yogurt, sauerkraut and pickled cucumbers are preserved thanks to a type of bacteria that produces lactic acid, which is lethal to harmful bacteria, says Maria L. Marco, associate professor in the Department of Food Science & Technology at the University of California, Davis.
Muay Thai Workout: A Punch, a Kick and a Knee to De-Stress – Article in Wall Street Journal, written by Erin Geiger Smith.