Clean Juice Targets 50-State Expansion

Charlotte, N.C. — Clean Juice®, the nation’s first USDA-certified organic juice bar, continues to report rapid expansion for its franchise development model across the United States.

“Clean Juice is more than just juice,” says Landon Eckles, CEO of Clean Juice. “We’re an organic food and ‘quick-service restaurant’ brand that continues to grow into a lifestyle entity of its own.”

Clean Juice exploded onto the organic food and beverage scene in 2015 and was the nation’s first organic juice concept to earn a coveted certification from the USDA. In just 4 short years since announcing its franchise program, Clean Juice expanded to 100 stores across 23 states. In 2020 alone — during a global pandemic — Clean Juice added another 29 new franchise locations awarded to 23 new franchisees and added three new states bringing its total to 27 surpassing the halfway point toward its goal of launching the Clean Juice brand in all 50 states.

Gaining momentum in 2021, Clean Juice is projecting to award more than 60 franchise units with approximately 35 of them opening doors for business this year. This is in addition to the planned four store openings in Connecticut with a single franchise partner and four in South Florida, also with a single franchise partner. Clean Juice has also experienced incredible growth in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex, which has become Clean Juice’s fastest-growing market with 10 stores already open, five opening in the first and second quarters, eight in development, and another 15 being planned for surrounding communities such as McKinney, Katy-Fulshear, and Park Cities, Texas. Clean Juice is now registered to license franchises in 47 states and is working to secure the remaining three in the near future.

Landon and Kat Eckles started Clean Juice® in 2016 as the first and only USDA-certified organic juice bar franchise. For more information, visit and




SOURCE: Clean Juice®

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