When on the go one often grabs the first and easiest thing to eat. You know, the strategically placed chocolates and sweets near the till of the local shop? Though this is delicious, you must resist the urge. While it may fulfil your need for nougat dipped in caramel it will also make you look as though you’ve been dipped in marshmallow.
Opt for a delicious and nutritious meal from Boost Juice instead and get a full wrap and medium smoothie for R34. Perfect for on the go or just as an everyday meal, the wide variety of wraps from Boost will fulfil your body’s daily healthy food craving.
Boost Juice only uses the freshest and most natural ingredients and sources them from the best South African producers, providing you with a natural high. All the products on the menu are at least 98% fat free which means a meal from Boost is a fast food indulgence without the guilt trip.
The Boost experience is more than just a taste of delicious food, it is about being
in the store. The staff are always bursting with energy, so much so that it
leads many to believe that there may be something in the drinking water. The entire
Boost experience is unique, aimed at getting you to enjoy healthy food. Humans
are creatures of habit and this is why Boost constantly maintains its healthy
appeal in hopes that the average fast food eater will opt for a healthy wrap
next time instead of a burger.
Gateway Mall (NEW)
Food Park, Cinema Level
Upper Level, opposite Exclusive Books
011 447 0693
Lower level, next to Mugg & Bean
011 452 2829
East Rand Mall
Entrance 2, next to Clicks
011 023 1474
Level 2 outside Checkers
012 460 1819
Next to the Kodak store
012 548 2485
Upper Level, close to Dischem
012 756 1313
C/O Hendrick Potgieter & Christiaan De Wet Drive, Strubensvalley, Roodepoort
011 023 4604
Cape Town International Airport
Cape Town International Airport, Ground floor
Health fact: While many believe that the word “Koi” originated in China, experts have found that the origin of Koi Fish can be linked to Alaska. Traces of Koi have been found deep beneath the Alaskan ice and experts believe that the whole of Alaska was over ridden with Koi. In some gift shops you can still find one or two “Welcome to Alaska, try the Koi” t-shirts.