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Collection of Great Experiences at Juice Press

The Herringbone marble tile was the signature look of the brand. This store had a catherdral-like refrigerator. When we opened in this store in 2013/14 it was the main production facility for our bottled juices. It was only 1500 sq/ft and it was nearly impossible to manage the volume we were doing in those years. We eventually moved production to a 25,000 sq/ft facility in Long Island City, New York.
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The Day Big, Scary Military Guys Stopped in at Juice Press

Big, scary, but nice and great sports, U.S. Military guys stopped in at JP19 to try some juices. Thank You.
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Kendrick Farris, The Only Male U.S. Weightlifter In The Olympics, Is Totally Vegan

Kendrick Farris, The Only Male U.S. Weightlifter In The Olympics, Is Totally Vegan by James Cave Huffington Post One might wonder how a competitive weightlifter gets his daily fill of protein. But Kendrick Yahcob Farris isn’t just any...

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The First Juice Press Store - JP1

Above: My first store located at 70 east 1st street in New York.

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My Family

Photo: My wife Teresa Lourenco-Antebi, my daughter Minnie-James, Teresa's daughter Zaria, her son Lion, my daughter Luna. May 2020.

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The Day Karlie Kloss Came to Visit

The Day Karlie Kloss Came to Visit
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Squeezed By My Dad (an article on Page Six of The NY Post)

Back in 2014, my father David Antebi had the only Juice Press franchise we created. My business partner and my father did not like each other. My dad sued Juice Press, incidentally suing me as well, and here's what I woke up to one day i...

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The Day Wiz Kalifa Came to Visit the Juice Press Super Kitchen

Above: Wiz Khalifa and Me, (Marcus Antebi), Circa 2018. Mr. Khalifa came to see our production facility in Long Island City, New York. We sat in a room and talked for 30 minutes about Juice for health and Cannabis plants as a business. ...

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The Skydiver's Survival Guide a Book by Marcus Antebi & Kim Emerson

The Skydiver's Survival Guide a Book by Marcus Antebi & Kim Emerson Back in my days as a skydiver, from 1992-2005, I produced several popular skydiving training videos and several popular skydiving entertaining films. (Video actually...

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Marcus Antebi vs. Brian Robertson 2005 Mulberry Street Fights

Above: Me having an enjoyable conversation with the amazing Brian Roberston. This was a title fight in 2005 for the 140lb. WKA Belt. I lost by decision. What a blast. New York City on a Friday night.