Now Open: The WELL at ASU's Tempe Campus

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ASU alum Laura Pich has opened a juice bar, The WELL, on Arizona State's Tempe campus.

The WELL, which opened on Jan. 16, uses organic and eco-friendly products and packaging in their products.

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The WELL is located in the Sun Devil Fitness Complex but has a service window for those who want to purchase cold-pressed juices such as the Maroon Monsoon, made of beets, carrots, apple, lemon, and celery. Customers can get their protein fixes with smoothies such as the Cocomango, made with organic coconut, mango pineapple, banana, and low-fat milk. Other drink offerings include the AZ SunRise, Vanilla Date, and Green Life.

Salads and sandwiches also are available. The Chicken Chop salad is made up of romaine, pulled chicken, egg slices, grape tomatoes, and feta cheese with creamy avocado dressing.

And The WELL brews local roaster Lola Coffee to make lattes, Americanos, and drip coffee.

To find out more information on The WELL and to see the cafe's full menu, visit its website, Facebook page or Twitter.

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