Juice fuels brothers' health bid
TWO Suffolk brothers are helping lead the way in the health stakes with a trendy new juice bar.Sam Peck and Elliot Bishop-Peck are the proud owners of brand new premises, offering shoppers a totally different drinking experience.
TWO Suffolk brothers are helping lead the way in the health stakes with a trendy new juice bar.
Sam Peck and Elliot Bishop-Peck are the proud owners of brand new premises, offering shoppers a totally different drinking experience.
Pure sells everything from fruit juices, smoothies and health drinks, to low-fat yoghurt, milkshakes, and premium coffee. The brothers are now hoping their shop, which has already been well received by locals and visitors to the town since opening last month , will pave the way for the residents of Bury to embark on healthier lifestyles.
“Juice bars are so popular in other parts of the country, but we realised there was not one in Bury,” said Sam, 20.
“Society is so health conscious these days and more and more people are looking for the healthy option, so we are hoping Pure will be a success.”
Sam and Elliot, 19, opened the shop on the Angel Hill Bury St Edmunds, for a two-hour test-run before the official launch the following day. “We were surprised at how many people walked through the door during those two hours, and it has been very steady since,” said Sam, who has recently finished a three-year catering course.
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“We are in a great location here, in fact I don't think we could have done any better. It can sometimes be hard to introduce something new to a town and we did think people might take a while to get used to us being here, but we are confident that Bury is ready for a juice bar.”