Truce - 32nd St

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    ( 5 reviews )
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1428 W 32nd St, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, 55408

Twin Cities organic juice shops. Offers grab n go style juices, nut milks, prepared salads and snacks plus made to-order smoothies and acai bowls. Open Mon-Fri 7:00am-5:00pm, Sat-Sun 8:00am-5:00pm.

Categories: Vegan, American, Organic, Raw, Fast food, Juice bar, Take-out

5 Reviews

First Review by EverydayTastiness

Liked it! - Edit

Okay, so yes, it is expensive. $12 for an acai bowl is outrageous. But I paid it and I REALLY enjoyed it. It was easily one of the best smoothie bowls I've ever had. The texture of the smoothie was perfect and I loved their almond crunch on top. So much, in fact, that I shelled out another $5.50 for a bag of the almond crunch alone. The girl at the counter was really quiet but we ended up talking for a while. I liked this place a lot, though I can see how people accuse it of being chi-chi. As someone who doesn't live in MN, I really enjoyed this excursion!

Pros: in an up-and-coming area, REALLY fresh

Cons: pricey!

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Really?!?! - Edit

I know for a fact that I could make juice for days on what I shelled out at this place. WAY over priced and I didn't care for the inpatient person behind the counter. All you have to do is reach into a cooler and grab a bottle so settle down sweety your job isn't that hard. I've ran a juice bar where we pressed everything fresh and only charged 5 bucks. Never again will I waste another penny or moment of my time on this place. The lowest rating allowed was a two but I give it a -1.

Pros: none save your money and buy a juicer

Cons: Rude staff, Over priced, Juice was average at best

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drinktruce 18 Apr 2016 - Hi! We're sorry you feel our prices we're too high. We have a commitment to 100% organic produce, which results in the higher price point. We can guarantee a good4-5 pounds of organic produce in each bottle. Thanks for the feedback :)  


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Capitalizing on you not having any alternative. - Edit

I have been waiting for a place to sell acai bowls for years in my area. Sadly when we finally get one they totally take advantage of no one else having them and charge 10$ for a coffee mug sized container. I would drive from several counties to pay $10 for that sized acai bowl if it were the best, or close, but it's not by a long shot. It's a very bland mixture of a bizarre consistency that doesn't resemble any bowl I've had anywhere in CA, Hawaii or Costa Rica. Acai isn't bland so I don't know how this happens. The fruit on top is sparse and they're laughing all the way to the bank. Google acai bowl and make your own at home with packets from Whole Foods.

Cons: Over-priced. Not even close to an acai bowl. Blan

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drinktruce 18 Apr 2016 - Hi. Thanks for the feedback. We use 100% organic unsweetened acai packs. A lot of places that offer acai bowls add in extra sweeteners into the base or use a pre-sweetened acai pack, which contains cane sugar as the second ingredient. We choose not to use the sweetened packs or add extra sweeteners in order to lower the sugar count and increase the health benefits, but that may result in a more bland taste. All of the toppings are 100% organic as well, which results in the higher price point. Making them at home is a great alternative so you can customize them just how you like, we agree :) Thanks!  


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delicious - Edit

Some people say their food is overpriced but I believe it's worth it. I love that their food is raw. It's very healthy, but might not be super filling for some.

Pros: raw, healthy, fresh

Cons: pricey

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tasty juice - Edit

went there recently late in the afternoon. the hours make it kinda difficult to get there during the week. parking was fine on the street. a small shop with only a few places to sit. the main focus is juice. they also had humus and veggies. we both bought juice. the juices were $9 each for 16oz bottles. i would go back.

Pros: tasty, all vegan, easy street parking

Cons: expensive

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