Juice Bar

Nothing tastes better than a healthy and nutrient-rich glass of fresh squeezed juice. Our juices are made fresh daily with the same fantastic produce you find in our stores. We offer you only the best by never adding fillers or ice to our juices. While all of our locations may not have a made-to-order juice bar, you can always find bottles of freshly squeezed juice made in house. Each location carries both single fruit/vegetable juices and a variety of juice blends.

Many of our Pete’s Market stores offer a full juice bar with a complete made-to-order menu. You can also order one of our signature smoothies for a delicious and healthy treat while you shop.

Vitamin a

Important for good vision, a healthy immune system, and cell growth.

Sources of Vitamin A: Carrots, cantaloupe, spinach, kale, papaya, grapefruit, and mango.

Vitamin B

Helps to convert food into fuel and provides you with energy.

Sources of Vitamin B: Bananas, oranges, and nuts.

Vitamin C

Boosts immunity throughout the entire body.

Sources of Vitamin C: Kiwi, papaya, guava, cantaloupe, and strawberries.

Vitamin E

Destroys free radicals and may slow the signs of aging.

Sources of Vitamin E: Spinach, avocado, wheat germ, almonds, sunflower seeds, and hazelnuts.

Vitamin K

Key role in helping blood clot to prevent excessive bleeding.

Sources of Vitamin K: Spinach, kale, carrots, and blueberries.


Eliminate free radicals that cause age-related diseases and the signs of aging.

Sources of Antioxidants: Berries, apples, beets, spinach, and nuts.


Regulates digestion, aids in weight control, and lowers bad cholesterol levels.

Regulates digestion, aids in weight control, and lowers bad cholesterol levels.


Important for a healthy heart and cardiovascular system.

Sources of Folate: Leafy greens, spinach, avocado, bananas, oranges, papayas, and cantaloupe.


Essential mineral that transports oxygen around the body and prevents fatigue.

Sources of Iron: Spinach, apricots, and sunflower seeds.


Builds and maintains strong bones, heart, muscles, and nerves.

Sources of Calcium: Yogurt, spinach, kale, grapefruit, and oranges.


Powerful antioxidant that may help protect you from cancer and heart disease.

Sources of Beta-Carotene: Carrots, spinach, cantaloupe, mango, and apricots.


Essential mineral that helps your heart beat and your kidneys to function.

Sources of Potassium: Spinach, avocados, ad bananas.