Thrive Juicery open

. March 31, 2019.
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Thrive Juicery opened its doors last November with a mission to help people find daily fulfillment and balance. Owners Andy and Anna Mignery, former U-M athletes and parents of three, offer convenient ways to achieve better health and lower stress with juices chock full of fruits and vegetables, providing pure vitamins and minerals to flush toxins away. Kids, and their grown ups, may get a kick out of watching the cold press process, which applies 11.5 tons of pressure. Thrive also offers a variety of coffees, superfood smoothies (including kid size), breakfast items and salads.

Open Mon.-Fri. 7:30am-6pm and Sat.-Sun. 9am-6pm
2420 E. Stadium Blvd. in Lamp Post Plaza.
734-585-5221 | thrivejuicery.com

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