Whether you’re an Austin native, a resident of 10 years, or a recent transplant from California or the East Coast, it’s safe to assume you’ve tasted a juice from JuiceLand. Doing so is almost a right of passage in this city.

Owner Matt Shook first realized his love of juice in 2001 after enjoying a beverage from Juice Joint on Barton Springs. Since then, he’s dedicated his life to juice, working first at Juice Joint, co-founding Daily Juice next, and finally, founding JuiceLand in 2011.

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Recently, JuiceLand opened its 17th store located at 183 & Anderson Mill Road. To celebrate, we compiled a list of 17 facts you might not know about your favorite juice spot in town.

1.) JuiceLand is growing (again)

The Barton Springs location is where it all began. Photo via Facebook.


We might be celebrating the grand opening of JuiceLand’s 17th location, but the brand is already working on a few new spots for 2017. JuiceLand is branching out to Georgetown this spring, and will be expanding to San Marcos, Dallas, and Houston later this year.

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