I love the name already, "Clean Juice" and it's located in downtown East Lansing very close to Michigan State University.

Believe it or not, a local resident decided to make things happen in the East Lansing area. In fact, this person has spent the last year and a half organizing her plans to open Clean Juice!

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Are you a juice lover? Who isn't? Clean Juice offers delicious cold pressed juices, smoothies, toasts, wraps, and local residents love the place.

According to the Lansing State Journal:

"What you see on our menu is what we put in our product," she said. "We don't use any refined sugar. We use date paste, honey, maple syrup, all-natural sugars to sweeten things up. There's no added sugar to anything."

I like the fact that Clean Juice offers very healthy options for not only the East Lansing area, but for the entire Greater Lansing area. Clean Juice is in the perfect location in East Lansing at 641 E. Grand River.

The Lansing State Journal also tells us:

The staff behind the counter make smoothies, pour juices and assemble wraps, toast with hummus, almond butter or avocado and acai bowls. The most popular item since the juice bar opened has been "The Berry Bowl," made with almond milk, banana, blueberries, goji berries, granola, honey and strawberries.

Business has been doing well ever since clean juice opened at the end of August. More and more customers are looking for more healthy choices these days.

Clean Juice in East Lansing does have seating for at least 10 patrons at a good size bar that offers a great view of East Grand River Avenue.

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