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Local Spotlight- Fully Rooted

Fully Rooted is the City of Pawtucket’s newest cold-pressed juicery, with an origin story that feels practically crafted to inspire. One that’s rooted in nature. Their raw, cold-pressed juice is made from local and organic produce when available, without any additives or added sugars taking away from the otherwise health-conscious – and delicious – juices on offer.

“The passion and drive of the men and women behind Fully Rooted embody whatPawtucket is all about,” says Mayor Grebien. “Pawtucket continues to attract a wide variety of local businesses and entrepreneurs. I wish Fully Rooted continued sucess, and thank them for joining the evolution."

If you frequent the local farmer’s markets, you’re likely already familiar with the name Fully Rooted and its brand. Their products are often sold at the varied and numerous events. Being a juice bar, it only makes sense that they have a tap. Rather than the different brews of beer found on tap at other breweries that call Pawtucket their home, Fully Rooted provides an assortment of juices to help you lead a healthier lifestyle. Every season brings a new round of flavors to enjoy, with unique and inspired combinations coming together to create a diverse menu worth experiencing.

“We wanted to offer an alternative that’s totally different from your typical bar with beautiful, living enzymes that fuel your body as opposed to depleting your nutrients,” says co-founder Amanda Repose.

The renewed energy that saw Pawtucket refocus on and expand its mills, all while invigorating the community with small businesses and a focus on the arts still courses through the city. There’s a real feeling of positivity that surrounds the juice bar. It permeates from the staff and reflects the sort of lifestyle that they work to instill in their community. They derive hope from one of the simplest places: the world around us. Nature provides the answer to questions we ask ourselves every day.

“We must be proactive in our health and help each other on that journey,” Amanda continues. “That’s what Fully Rooted is about.” Fully Rooted is also run/founded by Angelo Mollis, and Ben Aalvik.

In closing, Amanda added, "We are grateful to have a space in Pawtucket where we can reinvigorate a mill that has immense history in the community. Taking a space from bare bones and building it up has been fulfilling and the community really loves walking into an old mill and seeing it transformed."

Fully Rooted’s values stem from the belief that wellness and a sense of wholeness are what binds not just themselves as a company, but all of us as people. It’s an attitude that feels right at home in the City of Pawtucket.

Fully Rooted is located at 560 Mineral Spring Avenue. They are open Tuesday 8am-4pm; Wednesday 9-4pm; Thursday 8am-4pm; and Friday 8am-4pm. More more information and their farmers market schedule, please visit: https://www.fullyrooted.com. 

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