Lyttel Ninja Kombucha

We are so excited and proud to be supporting a local business and bringing our NEW KOMBUCHA to all  Christchurch stores.  Lyttel Ninja Kombucha We wanted to share with you just a little more info about this delicious NEW Kombucha a little background info from Sally herself – the Director and Founder of Lyttel Ninja


The Gre3n Fitness Partner Program

The Gre3n Fitness Partner program, launched April 2018, is an initiative designed to give like-minded businesses in the fitness industry the opportunity to increase the value they can offer their clients through education and making healthy options even more accessible via special members pricing on select products at gre3n. What the Gre3n Fitness Partner Program


Nelsons Farmers’ Market

Since its inception 13 years ago the Nelson Farmers’ Market has grown from strength to strength and become a much-loved part of the lives of locals in the Nelson region. While farmers’ markets have always been present in Nelson’s wider community, the Nelson Farmers’ Market has brought about new opportunities for producers, local business and


The Pineapple

We all know what a pineapple is and most of us will have a can of pineapple in juice or syrup somewhere in our pantry, but very few of us actually know of the health benefits this delicious tropical fruit offers. Pineapples are rich in vitamins, enzymes and antioxidants, all of which help boost the


Riversea Trading Company

Açaí (pronounced Ah-sah-ee) bowls and dishes are popping up on the menus of cafés, restaurants and juice bars across New Zealand. Gre3n Superfood & Juice Bar is super proud to partner with Riversea, New Zealand’s premier supplier of Açaí berries, to offer you a superior Açaí experience, second to none.

Gre3n Juice Bar J8 Juice

The Beetroot

Did you know…. Beetroot was first cultivated by the Romans but it wasn’t until the 19th century the commercial value of the humble beetroot increased due to the discovery it could be converted into sugar. The Beetroot belongs to the same family as chard and spinach, both the leaves and root can be eaten, however