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The BPC Manifreshto™
The core values we live and juice by:
Work Hard. Play Hard. Cleanse. Repeat.™
We live and promote a balanced, healthful, and sustainable lifestyle. Feeding your body with whole foods and natural produce is the best long-term strategy for maintaining good health.
The freshest fruits and vegetables make the best juice.
Juice should never be cooked. Pasteurization heats juice and kills vitamins, minerals and live enzymes. Even “flash” pasteurized means cooked.
Good juice dies young. Our juice has a three-day shelf life because it’s 100% raw, unprocessed, and never frozen. That’s also why it costs more, tastes better and is better for you.
Don’t settle for juice that doesn’t settle. Only additives can prevent the natural settling process that occurs in the bottle, and who wants to drink additives? Just give it a little shake shake and enjoy.
We aim to surpass our clients’ expectations with an exceptional level of service, education, and support. Our Client Services team is available seven days a week to answer questions, provide support, and help you choose the best program according to your goals and dietary history. Or just to say hi!
Our clients’ health and nutrition is our highest priority. As the only cleanse company with an in-house nutritional consultant, we are committed to providing professional nutritional guidance at every turn. We offer one-on-one nutritional consultations for those who wish to incorporate the benefits of raw food and juicing into their everyday diet.
Socially & Environmentally Responsible
We use 100% organic, natural, whole, unprocessed and locally sourced ingredients from farms that practice sustainable agriculture. We minimize our waste and carbon footprint by using recyclable materials and composting. Our bottles are the most recyclable of bottle options, PETE 1 plastic bottles, which are vital to preserving the shelf life and taste of our juice.Read more about glass vs. plastic bottles