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With a scorching heatwave in full swing across Pakistan, ‘juicing’ has become the buzzword for fitness conscious mums – and dads – these days. While the pre-packaged, supermarket variety is high in fructose (linked to obesity and type II diabetes), freshly squeezed fruit and vegetable juices are not.
This has prompted the trend of ‘juice boutiques’ cropping up internationally – and in Pakistan – where people can sip delicious, pulpy juices at juice bars. Continue reading