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    JUST Beverages Proudly Calls Glens Falls, New York Home

     

    EDC Warren County President Ed Bartholomew Welcomes JUST


    JUST Beverages is pleased to announce Glens Falls, New York as home to its first production facility.  The City along with the Town of Queensbury, Warren County EDC and business leaders have shown tremendous support, creativity and initiative thereby facilitating JUST’s decision to call the Glens Falls region home.  This paves the way for JUST to bring the first of many new products to market, starting with a beverage product.
     
    With site selection in Glens Falls complete, the focus shifts to preparing the production facility, infrastructure and local team towards the debut of JUST Beverages in 2015.  JUST seeks to cultivate a long-term partnership with Glens Falls and the surrounding community to provide municipal revenue and ongoing economic development through JUST’s operations and marketing of its beverage.
     
    There is much more good work to be done, but with the continued support from the community, JUST Beverages will be nationally marketed in 2015.
     
    EDC President Ed Bartholomew stated, “Our region welcomes JUST Beverages with the development of their product lines here in Glens Falls, with JUST having entered into a Water Access and Purchase Agreement with the City of Glens Falls.  JUST is in the business of producing and selling environmentally conscious products and will be purchasing subsurface water from the bedrock aquifer (“subsurface water”) from the City for retail and wholesale sales.  EDC is pleased to have played a role in partnering with the City and JUST officials on this economic development project.”
     
    About JUST
    JUST is a newly formed startup.  It began with vision and energy for a business platform of consumer packaged goods that are better for you, better for the environment, and better for the communities.  This energy has driven the creation of a business that is now close to launching the first of many new products under the JUST platform.
     
    For JUST, better for you means food and beverages that promote good health and wellness – conveniently so they meet the demands of today’s hectic lifestyles.  Our focus is on great tasting nourishment with clean, natural and wholesome ingredients.
     
    For JUST, better for the environment means utilizing innovative packaging derived from renewable resources, contributing to a smaller carbon footprint, and promoting increased recycling access and compliance.  We will work with our partners to continually improve upon our impact to include integration of clean technology throughout the entire value chain.  This will be an ongoing focus for JUST.
     
    Last but not least, better for the community means developing partnerships with communities that would stand to benefit greatly from JUST operations via job creation, unique revenue models for use of renewable resources, increased community exposure and traffic, and other community-driven initiatives.
     
    The JUST team is committed to a culture of continuous improvement across all key areas of wellness, environment and community.

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