Natural Born Juicers closes both locations

Natural Born Juicers, which operated juice bars on Mass Ave and in Broad Ripple, has closed both locations, the owners announced Tuesday on Facebook and on Instagram.

Laura and Corey Beatus, who founded the business 10 years ago, did not provide a reason for the closure.

The couple started the business by selling juices at local farmers markets and at a kiosk in the Indianapolis City Market. They opened juice bar at 865 Massachusetts Ave. in 2014 and a second one at 882 E. Coil St. in Broad Ripple last year.

Natural Born Juicers was known for selling a variety of unique juices, smoothies, hot drinks, fruit/granola bowls and other items.

“Natural Born Juicers is closed,” a statement on Facebook said. “Thanks for a great 10 years Indy!”

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2 thoughts on “Natural Born Juicers closes both locations

  1. Majorly bummed about this one, no please say it isn’t so. That Sweet Beets juice was so good, I salivate thinking of it. Where is another juice place in Broad Ripple besides Ezra?

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