Long a part of the healthy diet and lifestyle associated with sunny West Coast cities, fresh juices have poured across the nation, squeezing nearly $1 billion out of health-starved consumers last year alone. The category has taken on many forms in retail outlets nationwide, from branded products like Odwalla, Half Moon Bay, Calif., and Fresh Samantha, Saco, Maine, to on-site juicers to in-house juice and smoothie bars. It has endured setbacks regarding safety and government inspection and ...

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