DROUGHT Launches Wholesale Line of Organic, Cold-Pressed Juices

 

Ferndale, Michigan (August 30, 2016)– DROUGHT, the maker of organic, cold-pressed juices, has launched a new line of market juices for wholesale aimed at specialty retailers, hotels and boutique markets.

DROUGHT’s market juices comprehensively combine the brand’s super premium juice with FDA-approved quality standards that traditional retailers desire: a longer shelf life, smaller accessible size and wider distribution. DROUGHT’s market juices use cold water pressure technology (HPP) to extend the shelf life upwards of one month. The Ferndale-based company strategically positioned itself to be at the forefront of a massive industry-wide shift towards manufacturing fresh, organic and non-thermally processed juice options. “We are the nation’s only boutique cold-pressed juice maker that employs sophisticated manufacturing capabilities that rival the industry giants.” – Jenny James, co-founder and COO.  DROUGHT is Michigan’s only USDA certified-organic cold-pressed juice manufacturer and has been recognized nationally as one of ‘America’s Best Juice Bars’ by Food & Wine Magazine.

DROUGHT Poised for National Expansion : Michigan’s only organic cold-pressed juice maker launches wholesale line

Expanding DROUGHT’s production capacity is on the horizon as the company is in the process of site selection and build out of a 18,000 square foot facility dedicated exclusively for juice production. “We expect tremendous revenue growth through our convenient and customizable wholesale options.” – Julie James, co-founder and CMO

DROUGHT is owned by four sisters who manage all operations of their five metro-Detroit retail locations, manufacturing facility and self-distribution network. The company is actively seeking new partners interested in wholesaling DROUGHT juices, as well as retailers seeking a co-packer for private label juice opportunities.
Interested parties can visit DROUGHT’s website at droughtjuice.com/wholesale for more information.

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