Kaleidoscope Juice Moves East

by Mike Hunter

Marking a change in its retail operation, local juice and health food company Kaleidoscope Juice is including a baking production area in the new store it opens this month in Gilbert. “We wanted to bring the baking experience into our shop to showcase what we have always done behind the scenes,” says Alexandra Maw, founder and co-owner. The onsite baking area enables the Gilbert store to expanded its offerings of gluten-free, vegan and sugar-free baked goods on Kaleidoscope’s menu of fresh-pressed and cold-pressed juices, smoothies, coffees, acai bowls, grab-and-go salads and current variety of protein cookies, gluten-free muffins, keto brownies and quick breads.

Located at 60 W. Vaughn Avenue just off Heritage Square, the new 1,100-square-foot space will feature a walnut wood bar, banquet seating and a communal table where guests can dine in. Referring to this first East Valley location for her company, Maw says, “We are buzzing with delight to open our shop in Gilbert and share our passion for mindful eating and high-vibe foods with this new community.”

Locally owned and operated since 2008 and now with seven locations in the Greater Phoenix area, Kaleidoscope Juice is committed to offering healthy food fast using the best organic ingredients — sourced locally when possible.

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