Popular local brand Dr Juice has confirmed its plans to open an outlet at The Quad Central by the end of this year, offering smoothies, juices, and nourishing food options. This latest move promises to bring a health-first experience, supported by a sustainable approach, in Malta’s Central Business District (CBD).
Starting operations in Malta 12 years ago, Dr Juice is Malta’s first juice bar, solely focused on juices and smoothies, with grab and go healthy wraps and salads made to order. Today, the brand boasts over 10 outlets around the island.
“Seeking a balance and trying to eat wholesome nourishing food is a key component in consumer culture in societies dominated by processed foods, obesity-related illness and social pressures towards weight management. Opening at The Quad is going to give us the opportunity to continue to shape the healthy solutions of tomorrow,” said Dr Juice founder and CEO John Winfield of the new opening.
The Quad Central – designed to be a ‘next-generation office and amenity development’ – will feature two levels overlooking a landscaped piazza, which will be dedicated solely to amenities and receptions for offices. Meanwhile, the piazza levels will host a fitness and wellness centre, a childcare centre, a juice bar, coffee and food shops and other amenities including a stationary and dry-cleaning service. The car park will cater for 1,500 vehicles, has bike racks and a car wash to cater for tenants and visitors.
“Having a local brand such as Dr Juice, which has evolved over the years into a strong brand that leans towards embracing a balanced approach to life, further strengthens our vision for The Quad Central to offer tenants and their teams a unique environment. We believe this to be a great reflection of the raised standard that The Quad is setting for local and foreign businesses in Malta,” said Edward Messina Ferrante, Chief Commercial Officer of the Quad Central.
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