On a hot summer day, quenching the thirst with colas in different colours and flavours, or go for sugar filled so-called fruit juices may be the choice of sophistication. Whether that’s really a healthy option seems to be incomprehensible for most of us. The shops filled with bottles and television channels clogged with cool drink advertisements are not enough proofs. But the sale of packed juices and hands of citizens of all ages with these cool stuff, stand proof to our degenerating health ambitions.
Why don’t we stop being carried away by false advertisements? Why don’t we monitor our food choices more strictly? The magnetic pull of the beautifully arranged cans/bottles/tins is so hard to resist… that our shelves and refrigerators are storehouses of junk bombs.
It is no doubt, eating fresh fruits or drinking fresh fruit juices are better options than storing canned juices. So, during my stay in Chennai, when I came across this trendy little outlet called CANE4U with catchy captions on natural sugarcane juice, I couldn’t resist peeping in.
Who wouldn’t like Karumbu Chaaru – Sugarcane Juice…. one of nature’s best juices and a source of world’s favourite sugar??
Come along .. let me take you in.
The shop had enough space to seat 12 people. The interiors were filled with information on health benefits of sugarcane. And the list of sugarcane juice combinations with other fresh juices was an innovative option.
various combinations with sugarcane offered
The juice extracting machine is almost as huge as a room .
stored sugarcane is stored in a corner-
Now, to clean, fresh juice- step by step…
- fresh cane is sent in-
2. squeezed fresh juice is dispensed-
4. ready for take away. You can also take your own container and fill your favourite combination.
They have several branches in Tamilnadu-
Cool isn’t it!!
Hey there! Just landed on your blog, and am absolutely loving it! 🙂
You seem to follow much the same type of values as I do, as far as food is concerned – healthy, homecooked food using local seasonal ingredients. Especially loved reading all about your Tamilnadu special recipes.
~Priya Iyer from http://www.thephotowali.wordpress.com
Hai! thanks for stopping by. Great to know about your views and more so about your blog. Great job!! Just settling down in a new country after a shift.. so blogging has taken a back seat.