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Pick your favorite cold-pressed juices that are each loaded with bioavailable vitamins, minerals and enzymes.

All geared towards protecting your cells from free radical damage, strengthening your immune system and overall health.

  Product Quantity
Strawb'

3,33 

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Just Orange

3,00 

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Just Celery

3,00 

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Ginger Shot

3,00 

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This product is currently unavailable.

The MOCO Promise

Bio
100% Natural
raw food
no added sugar in our juice
No added sugar
Our juice are vegan friendly
Vegan friendly,
dairy/gluten free
500g of pressed fruits

500g of fruits
and veggies per bottle

Our juices are low in calories
Low in calories
high in antioxidants

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What's Inside?

Almond Milk

Almond Milk
It is the shelled seed (not true nut) of the Almond tree "Prunus dulcis" originally native to Iran. Almonds help balance blood sugar, support loss of abdominal fat and have no cholesterol. Raw cold-pressed Almond milk is a great substitute for dairy milk being soy and lactose free.

Aloe vera

Aloe vera
This succulent short-stemmed shrub is at home in arid climates. Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory qualities and its gel’s healing properties for the skin & the digestive tract have been recognized for millennia (topical & internal use).

Apple

Apple
The fruit of the large apple tree (Malus domestica) which has its origin in Central Asia. Apples have been cultivated for ages. All parts of the fruit are nutritious and its health benefits are numerous. Rich in antioxidants/polyphenol protecting the heart and airways (anti-Asthma.) Feeds good bacteria in the gut. Apple pectin, a soluble fiber, cleanses the blood and has a laxative effect.

Basil

Basil
Sweet Basil, a small plant with tender green leaves, a culinary herb of the mint family. Its fragrance and the sweet, peppery taste infuse StrawB beautifully. It has antioxidant & anti- inflammatory properties, is a source of vitamin K, A & C, manganese & iron, supporting healthy blood flow and good eye sight.

Beetroot

Beetroot
Beetroot is the taproot part of the beet plant - Beta Vulgaris. Of deep purple color it is eaten raw orboiled. Our ancestors already praised its medicinal value and it has been used to treat ailments inconnection with blood & the digestion. Also know to increases exercise capacity it is loaded withnutrients and low in calories.

Carrot

Carrot
‘Daucus carota’ is a root vegetable mostly orange in color. The wild carrot dates back to ancient Persia and its cultivation in Europe began in the 17th century. Carrots are a good source of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants offering many health benefits. Rich in beta-carotene they keep your eyes protected from the damaging UVA rays and will also help give your skin a radiant glow.

Cayenne Pepper

Cayenne Pepper
Cayenne pepper, originally from French Guiana, is a variety of ‘Capsicum Annuum’. The small, curved, red peppers are ‘hot’ in taste, an ingredient in spicy dishes and to many the King of Herbal Medicine. The active ingredient in cayenne peppers is Capsaicin, of high medicinal value, it is known to boost the metabolism.

Celery

Celery
Celery ‘Apium graveolens’ of the Apiaceae family, cultivated as a vegetable since antiquity. The stalk, leaf and seed are consumed. Already famous in the middle ages as a spring liver cleanser after the unhealthy, salty diet of winter.

Coconut water

Coconut water
The coconut is the fruit of the coconut tree ‘Cocos nucifera’ of the palm tree family, native to the southern Pacific Basin. Also named the Tree of Life providing food as fruit, oil, milk, water & fiber. Moco cold presses the liquid only found inside the young green coconuts. This has abundant health benefits and provides more antioxidants & bioactive enzymes than heat-pasteurized coconut water.

Cucumber

Cucumber
Of the Cucurbitaceae gourd family the ‘Cucumis sativus’ is a creeping vine plant originally from South Asia now being cultivated globally. Cucumbers contain antioxidants, including flavonoids and tannins preventing the accumulation of harmful free radicals and may reduce the risk of chronic disease. Low in calories, they contain 95% water which helps proper hydration. This affecting everything from physical performance to metabolism.

Ginger

Ginger
Ginger ‘Zingiber officinale’ is originally from Southeast Asia. Its root or rhizome has been used since ancient times and Confucius was said to eat ginger with every meal. Ginger can be juiced,dried & powered, cooked, candied, pickled or eaten raw. This ‘healing spice’ is a key ingredient in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Ayurveda and indicated to treat many ailments from digestive issues to cold and flu. Anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and potent anti-viral properties are assigned to it, making it a perfect immunity booster and liver protector.

Himalayan Salt

Himalayan Salt
Himalayan salt is rock salt mined from the Punjab region of Pakistan. The salt often has a pinkish tint due to mineral impurities.

Kale

Kale
Leaf cabbage of the 'Brassica oleracea’ family, Kale comes closest to wild cabbage. This curly leaf green vegetable originated from Asia Minor cultivated as early as 2000 B.C. Kale is so nutritious that soldiers were encouraged to eat kale to counter vitamin & mineral deficiencies caused by food rationing. Especially raw Kale reduces oxidative stress and chronic inflammation therefore it may have cancer preventing benefits. It supports digestive health and is known to reduce the risk of arteriosclerosis.

Lemon

Lemon
The ‘Citrus limon’ is the yellow fruit of the small evergreen lemon tree ( Rutaceae family). Its exactorigin is unknown but cultivation began in Italy in the 15th century. All parts of the fruit areutilized. The juice is sour (PH 2.2), however, fully digested it turns alkaline (PH 7) - reducing acidity, pain & inflammation in the body while flushing out toxins as well. Rich in vitamin C it also helps with the absorption of iron & sustains immunity.

Lettuce

Lettuce
Romaine lettuce ‘Lactuca sativa’, a head lettuce with elongated leaves. A dieter’s dream, low in calories and packed with vitamin C, K, A, calcium, folate, phosphorus, magnesium & potassium supporting general health. As with other dark leafy greens, the antioxidants may help inhibit the formation of cancerous cells.]

Matcha

Matcha
Matcha is fine green tea powder made from shade-grown tea bush leaves. From East Asia, it is a concentrated green tea possessing its same antioxidant properties but multiplied. Caffeine too is more concentrated which Japanese Zen monks over centuries have used to stimulate alertness. Surprisingly, Theanine, a main constituent, has a simultaneous effect of relaxation. Therefore, Matcha provides a less jittery boost of energy than coffee with no crash at the end.

Medjool Dates

Medjool Dates
Native to Morocco they come from the date palm tree ‘Phoenix dactylifera’ and are now grown invery warm regions worldwide. Mostly dried they are famous for their natural sweetness, caramel-like taste and density of nutrients. High in iron, potassium, vitamin B, copper and magnesium.

Mint

Mint
‘Mentha spicata’ is an ancient aromatic and medicinal herb of the very large Lamiaceae family. Besides its wonderful scent and aroma this calming herb has been used for thousands of years to help soothe an upset stomach, indigestion and colic pain.

Orange

Orange
Fruit of the orange trees ‘Citrus x sinensis’ of the citrus fruit family. It originated in China, but today this nutritious powerhouse is grown in warm climates around the world.

Pineapple

Pineapple
A plant of the Bromeliaceae family, the pineapple or ‘Ananas comosus’ originated from SouthAmerica. The Spanish colonizers brought it across the Pacific. The nutrient profile of this tropical fruit is impressive. Packed with vitamins, minerals and bromelain, a digestive enzyme, allcollectively boosting immunity and suppressing inflammation.

Spinach

Spinach
Originally from Persia, the leaves of this green flowering plant ‘Spinacia oleracea’ are eaten cooked or preferably raw for full nutritional benefit. Low in calories, fat & sugar yet full of essential vitamins & minerals, of high antioxidant capacity. Known to improve oxidative stress, eye health, and blood pressure.

Strawberry

Strawberry
‘Fragaria × ananassa, the garden Strawberry fruit cultivated since 1750. Prior to this only wild strawberries were known. High in vitamin C stimulating the immune system & collagen production. Antioxidant flavonoids strengthen the cardiovascular system and folate supports a healthy pregnancy. It aids digestion, detoxification and has anti-aging benefits.

Tumeric

Tumeric
Also Curcuma ‘Curcuma longa’, a cousin of ginger but slightly smaller. Its flesh is of a glowingorange color (curry) tasting nothing like ginger at all. In India, its medicinal use dates back 4000years. Curcumin, the primary active component is known to fight inflammation which is a marker ofnearly every chronic ailment, including heart disease, cancer, arthritis, autoimmune conditions andmany more. We cold press fresh turmeric to obtain its full benefit instead of adding powder.

What our clients say

FAQs

What is your production process?
  1. Produce is handpicked, directly sourced from the organic farms
  2. Fresh, organic ingredients are then sorted and carefully washed at our factory (even the wonky ones!)
  3. Minimum of 1/2 kg of vegetable and/or fruit are squeezed into each of our 300ml bottle
  4. Bottles are sealed and then subjected to high pressure processing (HPP) to remain fresh for up to 30 days
  5. Deliver our raw goodness to our network of organic stores, hotels and restaurants
  6. Wait patiently for our loyal clients (you!)
Why cold pressed?

Did you know that the fast spinning metal blades of the centrifugal juicer generates heat, which destroys enzymes found in the fresh fruit and vegetable being juiced ?

That is why MOCO juice is made with a hydraulic press that uses thousands of pounds of slow and gentle pressure to extract the maximum amount of vitamins, minerals, enzymes and phytonutrients your body is just screaming for.

No additional heat or oxygen is used, therefore not a nutrient is damaged or lost in the process, preserving the juice totally raw, fresh and bioactive.

What is HPP?

It is common knowledge traditional raw juices spoil within 2-3 days. Today, the innovative HPP technology allows for the shelf-life to be extended for to up to 30 days without exposing the juices to heat, i.e. cooking them.

Heat pasteurisation is an outdated method that only leaves behind sugary, empty calories with little to no nutritional value. However, HPP never increases the juice’s temperature to above 10C, preserving it raw. The sealed bottles are submerged in cold water and subjected to extremely high pressure, 6000 bar (6 x more than the deepest ocean) and held there for 3 minutes. This literally crushes Listeria, E.Coli, Salmonella and other bad bacteria while protecting the precious nutrients inside the bottle.

Now you know why MOCO chose HPP.

How do I store my Mocos?

They need to be refrigerated between 2-4 C.

Certifiably Good

All our cold-pressed juices are certified by Agriculture Biologique and Eco-Cert (MC-BIO-154). Everyone has the right to know what they are putting in their bodies!

All Moco bottles
are fully recyclable

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