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BluePrintCleanse to Create a Juice Rush With Free Shipping to State of California
Date:7/21/2009

NEW YORK, July 21 /PRNewswire/ -- BluePrintCleanse (BPC), the popular nutritional juice cleanse Food & Wine Magazine recently dubbed "the cleanse for foodies," responded to a groundswell of requests from the Golden State by announcing today that it will offer free delivery to anywhere in California between August 1 and Labor Day, September 7.

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BPC recently introduced nationwide shipping so that everyone could have access to what New Yorkers have known about since its launch in the city by Zoe Sakoutis and Erica Huss in 2007. Californians have access to and an appreciation for the freshest fruits and vegetables, while New Yorkers have perfected the art of speed and efficiency, so the California initiative is a natural fit for BPC.

"Right now the only other popular cleanse in California involves mixing powder and water. So it is really important for us to make the extra effort to get our juice there for people to experience," says Sakoutis.

Unlike powder-based cleanses, the Master cleanse, or what passes for "fresh" juice at the supermarket, BluePrintCleanse's juices and nut milk are made with 100% fresh fruits and vegetables and are never pasteurized, leaving their nutritional value fully intact, and their flavor intense and delicious.

"People have forgotten what fresh juice is," says Sakoutis. "Flash pasteurized still means you're cooking the juice, destroying the natural enzymes. We only deliver pure, unadulterated juice."

BluePrintCleanse uses a special hydraulic press that yields a far superior product than standard juicers, allowing live enzymes to stay intact for an extended period. Each day's supply features six 16-ounce bottles of juice with flavors like pineapple-apple-mint, spicy lemonade, and cashew nut milk with cinnamon. Cleansers can choose from one to six day programs, knowing that BPC offers complete nutritional balance.

Although many BPC users are motivated by beauty as much as health, the cleanse is not a diet. "Weight loss is not the primary goal," says Huss, "But it's often a happy side effect."

Whether it's to bounce back from over-indulgence, jump-start a new fitness regimen, or simply to look and feel one's best, BluePrintCleanse is designed to let the body restore and begin its natural healing process.

BPC combines the well-documented health benefits of raw food and "juice cleansing" with the luxury of premium customer service, the flexibility of a program with levels geared toward cleansing novices and veterans alike, and the convenience of home delivery. Strong positive word of mouth and positive reviews in magazines like New York ("Best Juice Cleanse"), Allure and Vogue have attracted many A-list celebrities, models, and athletes to BluePrintCleanse, but founders Sakoutis and Huss maintain a strict policy of protecting client anonymity.

"If we wanted to name names, that list would be long but we respect all of our clients' privacy," says Huss.

BPC can be ordered online at www.blueprintcleanse.com and the free California shipping code is "Golden". Regularly priced at $85 per day for overnight shipping, Californians will receive their cleanses for $65 per day during this initiative. BPC is available for shipping anywhere in the US and can also be picked up at elite spas, gyms, and hotels in Manhattan, Boston, and Bridgehampton.


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