Have you tried Just Coco's fresh coconut water in Lucknow yet?

Located near Saharaganj Mall, Just Coco is a fully mechanised trolley, that extracts & sieves fresh, sparkling coconut water in less than a minute.

If you are someone who is completely saturated with the synthetic flavours of packaged coconut waters and are sceptical about hygiene standards of the road side-vendors too, then Just Coco, is just the place for you. The benefits of coconut water are many and so are its fans but given the current situation, most of us find it unsafe to visit the road-side vendors. This is where Just Coco comes to the rescue, giving you a safe and hygienic experience.

Located at Rana Pratap Marg in Lucknow, you can find this cart available everyday from 8 AM to 6 PM. So the next time, you're in the area, drop by and get yourself a glass of refreshment that is hygienic, fresh and pocket-friendly!

Refreshment on Wheels

Just Coco is nothing but happy news for coconut lovers and health enthusiasts all over Lucknow! The fresh Coconut water from Just Coco is rich in antioxidants, vital nutrients and minerals which are highly beneficial for kidneys, blood pressure patients and diabetes. The best part is that you don't have to worry any longer about hygiene and safety while getting your daily dose of refreshment, with this new technique of extracting coconut water.

Located near the Saharaganj Mall, Just Coco is a fully mechanised trolley, that extracts and sieves fresh, sparkling coconut water just for you in less than a minute. In these tough times, Just Coco is doing all that they can to help spread the message of staying healthy. Well-equipped with sanitisers and clean storage spaces, the cart has been modelled to prioritise customer safety. The vendor too is armed with masks, gloves and a head cap, at all times to maximise sanitisation and safety.

Just Coco serves fresh coconut water at a pocket friendly prices in glasses, which again is an advantage for those on the go. With this, you don't have to bother about carrying the hard shells around. Also, don't forget to ask for the flesh 'malai' once you are done with the drink!

Coconut water can be a great source of an alternate drink in place of artificially sweetened, chemically preserved and carbonated drinks. In a world that is fighting to develop immunity amid a raging pandemic, this healthy, fresh and hygienic option by Just Coco, is all that one needs!

-Information shared by Abhishek Agarwal (Flavors of Lucknow)

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