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Crussh introduces more vegan options

7th Jan 2020 - 09:46
Crussh Fit Foods & Juice Bars has introduced new plant-based protein shakes this January.

In the summer of 2019 Crussh opened a store at Birmingham Children’s Hospital in partnership with global services company Sodexo.

The pant-based protein shakes are mixed with a variety of nut butters and fruit & veg. They will feature on the new menu for 2020 alongside vegan shortbread bites.  

Crussh has also unveiled a new range of low-sugar juices with a higher veg content including a Green Virgin Mary and a take on a Bloody Mary made with kale, tomato, celery, cucumber and lemon. 

Throughout January Crussh customers will be able to buy a £2 ‘juice of the week’ with every lunch (12-2pm). 

James Kidman, head of food at Crussh, said: “‘I’m super excited to unveil our new range of four functional protein shakes… 

“They’re freshly made to order with a plant-based milk, pea & hemp protein and an array of different ingredients; we’re excited to see how our ‘Incredible Bulk’ performs!” 

The healthy food and juice chain will also trial a new compostable juice cup in three central London stores. 


Written by
Edward Waddell