Pressed is More than a Juicery, with Plant-Based Soft Serve & Smoothies


Updated in 2021! Pressed, the chain formerly known as Pressed Juicery, now has a sleeker name and an even bigger dairy-free menu. They’ve added more sweet fruity juices, a whole line of bottled smoothies, three dragon fruit smoothie bowls, and two flavors of Freeze soft serve: acai and dragon fruit. Freeze still comes in chocolate and vanilla flavors that are made with their pure almond milk, but the new fruit-forward flavors have an oat milk base.

Pressed Juicery Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free & Vegan Menu Guide

Pressed Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free & Vegan Menu Guide

When I first visited a Pressed Juicery on Oahu, they were mostly dairy-free. All of their juices and milks were made without milk, and their Freeze soft serve was purely plant-based. But they had a few toppings with dairy. Since then, they’ve gone dairy-free with their entire menu (except for some of the packaged items). In fact, all of the following items are reportedly dairy-free and gluten-free. They’re also soy-free and vegan, unless otherwise noted. But nut-free consumers should take note that almonds are used in many of their bowls, toppings, and frozen desserts.

Juices & Wellness Shots

What You See: All of these items at Pressed Juicery are made with pure, simple, pressed fruits and vegetables. The list of ingredients is listed boldly on the front label.


  • Avocado Greens Smoothie
  • Chocolate Banana Protein Smoothie
  • Coffee Protein Smoothie
  • Strawberry Orange Mango Smoothie

Almond Milks

  • Chocolate
  • Vanilla

Breakfast Bowls

  • Acai Original Smoothie Bowl
  • Acai Power Smoothie Bowl
  • Acai Superfood Smoothie Bowl
  • Dragon Fruit Original Smoothie Bowl
  • Dragon Fruit Power Smoothie Bowl
  • Dragon Fruit Superfood Smoothie Bowl
  • Almond Butter Overnight Oats
  • Coconut Banana Chia Pudding (not vegan, contains honey)

Heads Up! The base of each smoothie bowl is made with oat milk, coconut cream, pea protein, fruits, and sweetened with erythritol and monk fruit. Some varieties contain maple syrup, too.

Freeze (with ingredients; available at select locations)

  • Acai (oat milk (water, oat flour, oat fiber, natural flavor), acai puree (acai, citric acid), coconut milk (water, coconut, citric acid, ascorbic acid), monk fruit sweetener (erythritol, monk fruit extract), maple syrup, blueberry puree concentrate, pea protein, banana puree (banana, citric acid, ascorbic acid), lemon juice, sea salt)
  • Dragon Fruit (oat milk (water, oat flour, natural flavor), red dragon fruit puree, coconut cream, mango puree, strawberry puree, agave, monk fruit (erythritol, monk fruit extract), lemon juice, pea protein, sea salt)
  • Chocolate Freeze (almond milk (water, almonds), dates, alkalized cocoa powder, sea salt)
  • Vanilla Freeze (almond milk (water, almonds), dates, vanilla extract, sea salt)

Freeze Toppings

  • Chocolate Chip Cookie Crumble
  • Chocolate Chips
  • Granola (Purely Elizabeth)
  • Gummy Bears
  • Marshmallows (contains soy)
  • Praline Pecan Pieces
  • Sea Salt
  • Shredded Coconut
  • Sliced Almonds
  • Sprinkles
  • Fruits
  • Blueberries
  • Strawberries

Freeze Sauces

  • Agave
  • Almond Butter
  • Chocolate Drizzle (not vegan, contains honey)
  • Granola Butter
  • Honey (not vegan)
  • Raspberry Puree

Other Snacks

Heads Up! Pressed Juicery usually has packaged snacks available. They’re typically dairy-free, but we have spotted a couple packaged items, that were made with dairy. Even though their menu is dairy-free, make sure you read the labels on their store items!

Pressed Juicery Frozen Ice Cream Pints & Minis (with ingredients)

  • Coconut Vanilla (coconut milk (water, coconut cream, coconut oil), almond milk (water, almonds), maple syrup, tapioca, vanilla extract, xanthan gum, salt)
  • Chocolate (coconut milk (water, coconut cream, coconut oil), almond milk (water, almonds), maple syrup, alkalized cocoa powder, xanthan gum, salt)
  • Strawberry (coconut milk (water, coconut cream, coconut oil), strawberry puree, almond milk (water, almonds), maple syrup, tapioca, vanilla extract, xanthan gum, salt)
  • Matcha (coconut milk (water, coconut cream, coconut oil), almond milk (water, almonds), maple syrup, tapioca, matcha, vanilla extract, xanthan gum, salt)

Availability: As you can see, these have slightly different ingredients from Freeze, and are sold packed in pints and single-serve minis to go. They are planning to sell Frozen in stores, but for now, it’s available at limited Pressed Juicery locations, primarily in Southern California.

This Post is for Informational Purposes Only

Menus, ingredients, kitchen procedures, management, and restaurants are subject to change at any time. Always read the menu and discuss your dietary needs with the staff before ordering. Make sure that they can accommodate your situation. This post is for informational purposes only, and should not be construed as advice.

There is always a risk for potential cross-contamination of allergens in any commercial kitchen. If cross-contamination is an issue for you, always speak with the manager to ensure that your meal can be safely prepared. Listings here do not guarantee that a restaurant is safe enough for your individual needs. Only you can make that decision.

Pressed Juicery Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free & Vegan Menu Guide

Where to Find Pressed (formerly Pressed Juicery)

I’m pretty sure this juice shop started in Southern California, because that’s where they have the highest concentration of shops. But they also have a smattering of locations elsewhere, including Northern California, Washington, Nevada, Texas, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, and Texas. See their website below for addresses, hours, and to order online. They ship throughout the U.S. (yes, even the freezes!).


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Rated 5 out of 5
August 17, 2019

I LOVE treating myself to this “freeze” when I’m craving something sweet, since it’s made from real food and natural sweeteners. I reason that if I could justify a smoothie, I can get a swirl with some toppings, because this is really the same but colder. I’m just bummed that they discontinued the matcha flavor… But you can’t go wrong with the classics. Ask nicely and they’ll combine more than one flavor for you in a cup, and don’t forget to ask for samples along the way.

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Response from Go Dairy Free

You’re right – I forgot about the Matcha! I saw that one in store, but it is gone on their website. Bummer. Thanks for leaving a review for this restaurant Hannah!

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Alisa is the founder of, Food Editor for Allergic Living magazine, and author of the best-selling dairy-free book, Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living, and the new cookbook, Eat Dairy Free: Your Essential Cookbook for Everyday Meals, Snacks, and Sweets. Alisa is also a professional recipe creator and product ambassador for the natural food industry.

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