Carrot & Kale: Juice, Smoothies and Your Health

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Carrot & Kale and owner Megan Bartelt were featured in the latest edition of the Oshkosh Independent Magazine.  The health-focused juice and smoothie cafe, located at 110 Algoma Blvd, officially opened this week.  Current hours are 7am – 3pm. 

Here is an excerpt from the article:

Megan Bartelt is on a mission to improve the health and well-being of folks who live and work Oshkosh. And green juice is part of that mission.

Bartelt and her team are opening Carrot & Kale Organic Juice Café this July in the heart of downtown Oshkosh. The café will be across the hall from Bartelt’s newly located acupuncture and wellness center, together creating the Bartelt Holistic Health Center.

The café will center on organic, locally sourced ingredients with fresh, made-to-order juices, smoothies, and smoothie bowls (eaten almost like frozen yogurt with toppings such as coconut shavings, chia seeds, and fruit). Future plans include light breakfast and lunch options, as well as healthy snacks.

All offerings will be free from preservatives or added sugar, and the menu is planned to evolve with the seasons to capture the utmost freshness and health benefits.

“The community is ready to support…”

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Visit https://www.facebook.com/carrotkale  to learn more about the new cafe.

About the July / August 2018 OI Magazine:  The 4th installment of the Oshkosh Independent Magazine was released at the end of June covering the July and August months.  The issue features a cover story on the musical family of the Grines, who have had tremendous impact on the world of music in the Oshkosh community.

Additional features include:

  • The definitive guide to Waterfest 2018
  • An analysis of Oshkosh’s live music venues
  • A guide to the 2018 Oshkosh Main Street Music Fest, including a listing of 95% of the acts
  • The Grand Oshkosh’s season of music preview
  • A preview of Carrot & Kale
  • An inside look at Oshkosh’s newest brewery
  • An interview with the zoo
  • And of course, the community’s best local events calendar

Full year magazine subscriptions are available for $22.95 at www.oshkoshindependent.com/store

Individual copies are available for purchase including current and past editions by visiting the Oshkosh Independent Subscription Store.

In addition, you can visit any of the advertisers in the current edition as each site receives a bulk distribution of magazines.  You you might have success finding the publication at one of the spaces featured in the publication. These sites receive the option to purchase a stack of magazines at near cost to hand out.  See the list of advertisers here (this is a google drive document).

Other sites that you can scan the magazine while visiting include most medical / dental offices and many business / service lobbies.  The Oshkosh Public Library, UW Oshkosh Polk Library, all four Oshkosh High School Libraries, all public middle school libraries, and the Menasha Public Library all also have the edition available for viewing.

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Justin R. Mitchell

Justin is the founding editor of the Oshkosh Independent.

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