December 10, 2019 Supporting Manhattan-area entrepreneurs, businesses, events

Aerojuice to Relocate From Downtown to Aggieville

Aerojuice has closed indefinitely in Manhattan located at 106 S 4th Street after nearly 18 months open downtown and will reopen in Aggieville. Owner Danielle Souza confirmed the move and said “We decided close the store because we are in negotiation with amazing space. We do not know an open date, but need to finish this negotiation, construction and reallocation.”

The store announced its grand opening in August of 2017 and was one of the first franchises outside of Florida where it began. Two of the three owners are K-State Alumni and also opened a location in Kansas City, MO in July 2018.

The healthy restaurant served sandwiches, natural juices and smoothies, fresh salads, and a large variety of detox juices. AeroJuice is the creation of Luis Claudio and Camila Rebello who saw the need for a fresh and healthy choice in fast-food. Growing up in the Amazon jungle of Brazil, Luis gained extensive knowledge about native fruits such as açaí and guarana, and the health benefits they offer. His familiarity with these nutritious fruits, matched with Camila’s culinary expertise and restaurant management experience led way to the creation of AeroJuice.

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