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Bite 2016: New Moon Market

Jennifer Moon

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Jennifer Moon, a regular at farmers markets around Central Florida, sold her New Moon juice brand from New Smyrna Beach to Windermere, but when her career in pharmaceutical sales came to an abrupt end, the opportunity to juice full time presented itself. With the help of her father, Tim, Moon opened her College Park juice house, and the community response has been extraordinary.

They come for Moon's nourishing concoctions, salubrious snacks, and her bubbly band of "juice stars" – combos like "Good Vibrations," a blend of watermelon, pineapple, basil and lime, and the "Lovely Day" with cucumber, pineapple, kale, ginger, lime and apple. Moon's newest offering — superfood breakfast bowls — are all the rage. The "Very Berry," comprising almond milk, banana, blueberry, strawberry and spinach, then topped with coconut flakes, granola and more blueberries, is simply a breakfast (bowl) of champions. Cue the Rocky theme.

2314 Edgewater Drive, 407-440-8147; $$

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