"The biggest question people wanting to enter the business ask is how much money do juice bars make?
That number varies based on location, prices, profit margins, and operating expenses. But the average revenue of a juice bar ranges from $100,000 to $600,000 a year. Keep in mind, that’s average revenue. If you’re in a thriving, growing, healthy city then you can easily eclipse that mark. But on the other side of the coin, if you don’t treat your business as a business, you can fail to meet that minimum revenue.
As the juice bar industry continues to grow at a steady 4%-8% every year, its $5 billion in revenue in 2014 is projected to rise past $8 billion a year in the next 4 years.
With the industry thriving and the country becoming more health-oriented, now is a perfect time to open a juice bar.
The earnings potential is there, it’s just up to you to determine how to maximize it."-https://startupjungle.com/how-to-juice-bar-business/
Business offering raw and healthy alternatives and trendy meeting spot make a serious economic impact. As premium coffee did before them, premium “cold-crafted” juices are commanding a greater and greater market share. Now Starbucks is trying to jump on the smoothie and juices train, so you know growth potential is strong. With the increasing attention to the industry it creates promising projects for venture capitalist