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Urban Juicer Opens At PHL

Urban Juicer, which provides travelers with fresh juices and healthful meals such as the “The Brain Booster Bowl” and “The Sunrise Sandwich,” has opened at Philadelphia International Airport (PHL). The Urban Juicer at PHL is operated by SLA Worldwide, an Airport Concessions Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (ACDBE) business. SLA Worldwide also operates The Everything Travel Store, 1920 Merch Co. and Lily Palmer Flowers and Gifts at PHL.

Local in the Terminal F Food Court, the Urban Juicer features a state-of-the-art approach to combining ingredients, using centrifugal and hydraulic juicers, results in blended-to-perfection beverages at the intersection of great tasting and great for you. Hydraulic juice presses limit air exposure. So, oxidation, which causes nutrient degradation, is minimized.

“SLA Worldwide is proud to partner with MarketPlace PHL at Philadelphia International Airport to bring another exciting new concept to PHL Food & Shops,” said Sandra Long, founder and CEO of SLA Worldwide. “The merchant community at PHL is diverse and welcoming, such that one opportunity often leads to the next.”

Urban Juicer was founded by country-folk singer Celeste Krenz in Nashville, TN. After beginning as a juice stand inside a Nashville YMCA in 2011, the concept took off with expansion to six stand-alone stores, including a location in 2021 at the Nashville International Airport (BNA)

“Philadelphia International Airport has always been a healthy place to be,” said Mel Hannah, vice president and general manager of MarketPlace PHL, which oversees concessions at the airport. “With The Urban Juicer, passengers at PHL can add a creative and nutritious boost to their travels.”