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Ever Considered Making Your Own Store Beverage? Here’s Why You Should

This jewelry store partnered with a local juice store to do it.

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Ever Considered Making Your Own Store Beverage? Here’s Why You ShouldWHO HASN’T THOUGHT of creating their very own beverage brand? H1912 in Princeton, NJ, partners with local juice store Tico’s to create its own cold-pressed blend that it serves to clients. “We wanted to provide something different that sets us apart from other retailers and would also tie into our upbeat and fun shopping experience. What better way than to enjoy a refreshing, all-organic, cold-pressed juice made of ginger, lemon, pear, and mango packaged in an 8-ounce glass bottle with our logo on the front?” explained former store director Lea D’Onofrio.

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