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Founders Sell Live Juice to New Owners


Concord – Live Juice, a popular restaurant started by Aryn and Aaron Moore during the early days of the Main Street revitalization overhaul project, has been acquired by Kristen and BG Moore, who plan to continue the healthy choice menu and friendly style of business.

The restaurant located at 5 South Main Street offers a wide range of healthy fresh fruit and vegetable smoothies as well as a variety of made to order salads and fresh soups. It also offers catering services to the Concord area.

The business was started five years ago to provide raw vegetable and fruit juices, nutrient dense smoothies, and fresh salads. When possible, it sources locally grown and organic produce so that customers can feel good about making life-generating choices for your body and for the community.

“Our Live Juice team is researching more ways of adding healthy foods to our menu,” commented the new owner, Kristin Moore.  “We have plans to utilize our website as a teaching tool on the nutrients in our foods and why they are beneficial to your health. We are excited about continuing the promotion of good health so you feel excellent with abundant energy and a strong drive to live out your dreams!”

The sale of the business was coordinated by Mark Lagasse, an associate with New Hampshire Business Sales, Inc and an advisor with the M&A division, Business Transition Strategies.

New Hampshire Business Sales, based here, has completed its 41st year as the state’s premier business brokerage firm. The company has assisted owners of privately held NH businesses in valuing, marketing and selling their businesses since 1976. New Hampshire Business Sales, Inc. is a group of experienced business professionals dedicated to maximizing the value of and selling, small to mid-size, privately-held, business and commercial property interests throughout New Hampshire. The firm’s associates have a variety of business backgrounds and ownership experience. Associates work from offices around the state.

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