Entrepreneur Fallon Carberry, a hair and beaty business owner, is launching an online offering and UK wide delivery service for her latest venture Juicy Drinks.

Ms Carberry, the founder of the Blow Colour Bar salons in Glasgow, is set to open the first Juicy Drinks store on Byres Road the West End on April 26, and she said customers can now purchase soup and juice packages online.

The firm is offering a free UK wide delivery service across its full range of fresh cold pressed juices, booster shots and new souper soups which have been designed by their in-house team of nutritionists.

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Ms Carberry said: “We’re really excited to be able to bring our pressed juice and soup range online and to make it as convenient as possible for our UK wide customers to stock up and keep on the health train as we move into the summer months.

“We are also delighted to confirm we will be able to deliver our juices fresh to customers and not frozen. This allows us to retain the nutrients in the juices and soups that fight toxins, detox the body, and really boost overall immunity and health.”

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