LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The Juice Standard is hitting another milestone as they work to get business back to what it once was before the coronavirus pandemic.
Their location on Saint Rose Parkway is reopening for the first time since the pandemic began on Tuesday.
“We try to provide something incredibly healthy for the community and when it all began, we didn’t know what to do,” said co-founder Marcella Williams.
Williams has four Juice Standard locations in Southern Nevada that serve up organic cold press juice.
It’s all made fresh at their Horizon Ridge location, and they bottle up to 20 different recipes.
“There just isn’t the demand there that we know there used to be, but we know also know we offer an incredibly healthy product that boosts your immune system which is what this community needs,” Williams said.
Like many food and beverage spots in Nevada, there are new rules.
Williams has made some of her own new rules to also help stop the spread of COVID-19.
Made-to-order items have not returned yet for sale as a way to cut down on long wait times, and limit people congregating inside the dining room.
“We provide face masks, we have sanitizer, so we have you covered if you forget yours, or you’re not used to having one with you," Williams said.
The Juice Standard also credits social media for helping to keep their name out there, and as a way to interact with customers while they were closed.
“Even if you’ve never been here before, give us a shot,” Williams said.