Living Juice Certified as Woman-Owned Business
Founder Rosemary Devlin says Living Juice began with a mission to help people attain a lifestyle that is healthy, enriched and vibrant.
Living Juice, in Cross River, has received Women’s Business Enterprise certification, designating the company as woman owned, operated and controlled. The certification was awarded by the Women Presidents’ Educational Organization.
Founder Rosemary Devlin says Living Juice began with a mission to help people attain a lifestyle that is healthy, enriched and vibrant. To that end, she took over yoga studios in Cross River and launched O2 Living, adding a holistic treatment spa and boutique as well as a raw, vegan café. With the help of an American culinary school-trained chef, she created recipes, smoothies and cold-pressed fruit and vegetable juices to sell in the café. But the juices, which are all organic with no sugar or water added, became so popular among yoga students and customers that she started delivering and selling them throughout the tristate area and beyond. Now Living Juice is her primary focus.
“We’re available from Maryland to Connecticut,” Devlin says. “Last year, we opened a new, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Connecticut that will greatly increase juice production and allow for expanded distribution.”
For more info, visit www.drinklivingjuice.com.