Vegan-based juice bar celebrates its first year in business

Well+Fed Louisiana juice bar celebrates its first year in business
Well+Fed Louisiana, a cold-pressed juice bar in Shreveport, features organic juices made using an X-1 commercial juicer from Goodnature Products. (Source: KSLA News 12)
Well+Fed Louisiana, a cold-pressed juice bar in Shreveport, features organic juices made using an X-1 commercial juicer from Goodnature Products. (Source: KSLA News 12)
Cold-pressed juice has no preservatives. It can be bottled and stored for up to 72 hours before it must be consumed. "We strive to have maximum juice available in the fridge at all times," Well-Fed Louisiana's website says. (Source: KSLA News 12)
Cold-pressed juice has no preservatives. It can be bottled and stored for up to 72 hours before it must be consumed. "We strive to have maximum juice available in the fridge at all times," Well-Fed Louisiana's website says. (Source: KSLA News 12)
Well + Fed Louisiana, located at 678 Egan St. in Shreveport,  is owned and operated by Lindsi Martin and Ashley Everage. (Source: KSLA News 12)
Well + Fed Louisiana, located at 678 Egan St. in Shreveport,  is owned and operated by Lindsi Martin and Ashley Everage. (Source: KSLA News 12)

SHREVEPORT, LA (KSLA) - Well+Fed Louisiana Juicery and Cafe celebrated its first anniversary Saturday.

The cold-pressed juice bar marked the occasion with a workout class by Sweat Society, vendor booths and live music.

The celebration continued with free shots Monday morning.

Cold-pressed juice is made by grinding fruits and vegetables into pulp, then placing the pulp in a filter cloth and pressing it using a hydraulic lifting tray.

"This process ensures all of the vital nutrients and minerals are preserved. The end product is a delicious nutrient dense juice," says a post on Well+Fed Louisiana's website.

Well + Fed Louisiana, located at 678 Egan St. in Shreveport,  is owned and operated by Lindsi Martin and Ashley Everage.

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