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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF GREENHOUSEJUICE
73.0% of greenhousejuice's followers are female and 27.0% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.90%. The average number of likes per post is 464 and the average number of comments is 12.
Greenhousejuice loves posting about Food, Health, Recipes.
Check greenhousejuice's audience demography. This analytics report shows greenhousejuice's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR GREENHOUSEJUICE
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF GREENHOUSEJUICE
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 78.04 %
- Fitness & Yoga 68.51 %
- Art & Design 59.18 %
- Beauty & Fashion 56.24 %
- Entertainment 51.95 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 51.76 %
- Travel & Tourism 41.23 %
- Business & Careers 37.61 %
- Home & Garden 36.79 %
- Children & Family 36.55 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 35.16 %
Keen to join the ranks of those loafing around on Instagram but fresh out of (/have no idea how to procure) yeast? Try making our Ancient Grain, Seed, and Nut Loaf From The #GreenhouseCookbook. Inspired by the one and only Sarah Britton of @mynewroots, this nutrient-dense bread holds its heat beautifully when toasted and has a highly satisfying bite. Find the flexible recipe at the link in our bio, and play with the types of grains, seeds, and nuts based on what you have in your pantry. Just don't leave out the psyllium husk or chia seeds, or you might find yourself in whatever is the opposite of a bind. Happy bread-making! 🍞
It’s still Easter! As such, and because treats are always a good idea, we thought we’d whisper in your ear that Rococoa (as well as most of our Shakes, Juices, Kombuchas, and Boosters) is now available in six-packs at greenhouse.ca. Savings of about $1 per bottle, 6x more yum. 🐰 📦
Happy Easter, every bunny! 🐰 Find the recipe for No-Bake Carrot Cake Bites (V, GF) in yesterday’s post. You won’t be able to hide your eggcitement at how yummy and quick these are. In case you’re hunting for some vegetable juice from Mr. McGregor’s garden, our Macpherson and Queen West pick-up and Uber Eats hubs are open today and tomorrow. Forest Hill is closed due to a fridge snafu. Our home delivery service is also running, and there’s an Easter egg to be found at greenhouse.ca. 🌷 🥕 🥬
Energize the Easter Bunny with a basketful of Carrot Cake Bites (V, GF). These chewy, no-bake treats are sure to make everyone hoppy. 🥕 🐰 And speaking of baskets, we’re delivering tomorrow and Monday; hunt for an Easter egg at greenhouse.ca. 🧺 Ingredients: 2 cups grated carrots 1 cup pitted dates (roughly 13 to 15 medjool dates) 1 cup rolled oats 2/3 cup unsweetened shredded coconut 1/3 cup almonds 1/3 cup walnuts (optional: plus some extra, chopped for garnish) 2 tsp cinnamon ½ to 1 tsp cardamom 1 tsp vanilla extract Steps: 1. In a food processor, pulse all ingredients together until well combined. 2. Using an ice cream scooper or clean hands, roll out the mixture into egg-shaped balls about a half-palm’s length in size. Alternatively, press into a sheet pan to make bars. Lay your bites out on a cooling rack covered in parchment paper. 3. Add some hoppin’ toppings! For fuzzy wuzzies, try a drizzle of melted plant-based white chocolate chips and chopped walnuts. 4. If you are topping your bites with melted chocolate, allow them to cool in the fridge for at least ten minutes. Store the rack of bites in your fridge until you are ready to add them to your basket.
Some Good news this Friday: you can now find us in all Whole Foods stores nationwide, including the seven Whole Foods B.C. locations. Grocery shopping has changed for all of us. We're creating new habits, and shopping carefully to maintain physical distance while picking up necessary supplies. We want to take this opportunity to thank all of the brave individuals who make it possible for us to continue safely buying groceries. From the valiant, hardworking people in stores and behind the scenes to those on the roads and managing warehouses like our distributors at UNFI Canada, to those in plants like ours, and throughout our food system — as well as those working to keep our community’s shelters and food centres and other necessary services open, and of course our heroic health care workers. We are grateful for your dedication and perseverance during these difficult times. From Sobeys, our first-ever national champion, who stock us at their Sobeys, Safeway, Foodland, and Rachelle Béry banners across the country to partners like Pusateri’s, Farm Boy, Fiesta Farms, The Sweet Potato, Organic Garage, Nature’s Emporium, and Ambrosia, and more, you inspire us daily. Find all of our partners at greenhouse.ca/locations. We wish you a very happy Easter and Passover weekend. 💚
As of today, you’ll find an Easter egg of sorts (real and figurative) at greenhouse.ca... Hop on over to hunt for it, and to book your weekend drop from the (very discreet) Juice Bunny. 🥚 Our home delivery service and pick-up locations (Macpherson, Forest Hill, and Queen West) are closed for Good Friday, but the stores will be open and delivery running on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. In other news, we've sadly had to pause our Vancouver, Kitchener/Guelph/Waterloo, and St. Catharines delivery services for the moment. We’re sorry, friends. We hope to get these going again as soon as resources allow. Meanwhile, the following new delivery windows have been added to our schedule: 🌷 NEW - Tuesday daytime (9am - 4pm) delivery window for East York and West Scarborough 🌼 NEW - Friday daytime delivery (9am - 4pm) for Mississauga and Oakville (beginning next week) Hoppy hols! 🐰
Za'atar Matzo Chips. So you can have one hand scooping up dip while the other one plays chips and guac on Houseparty. (No hand in your pocket tonight, Alanis. Not with these Jagged Little Chips around.) Find the 10-minute recipe in our previous post. Happy first night of Passover!
This evening marks the start of Passover. The perfect app for a virtual family gathering? Za'atar Matzo Chips. Golden, crunchy, pantry-friendly, and sturdy enough to carry your favourite dip, these are chips are hard to pass over.⠀ ⠀ Ingredients:⠀ 4 matzo crackers⠀ 4 tbsp olive oil⠀ 1 to 2 tbsp za’atar, or mix of your favourite herbs or spices⠀ Salt, to taste⠀ Any kind of dip⠀ ⠀ 1. Preheat your oven to 400 F.⠀ 2. On a parchment-lined baking sheet, lay out your matzo crackers and lightly brush about half your oil across one side, then flip the crackers over.⠀ 3. Add your herbs or spices to the remaining oil and mix well.⠀ 4. Brush your seasoned oil mix across the still-bare side of your matzo crackers, then bake for about eight minutes, or until golden and crispy.⠀ ⠀ Scoop up the dip of your choice with one hand, and hold your family FaceTime, Zoom, Hangout, or Houseparty in the other. Next year, in person. 💌
Monday muffins, anyone? There’s nothing mundane about this marvellous top of the week baking project. Made from pantry ingredients, with a range of garnish options as deep as your snack drawer, and requiring only 15-20 minutes in the oven, these will have you shouting, “top of the muffin to you” in the mirror all week-long. (If you have no idea of what we speak, consider watching Seinfeld season 8 episode 21 while these beauties are baking.) Find the recipe at the link in our bio.
One more treat for the weekend: we'd like to introduce you to our sister company, Herbert, which is launching this week. (Follow Herbert here: @herbertlabs.) Herbert is a Toronto-based brand of functional, organic beverages brought to you by Greenhouse co-founder Anthony, along with his sister Deeva (left) and brother-in-law Lee (right). Herbert’s mission is to unlock the power of plants to enhance our everyday lives—to evolve, expand, get unstuck, get moving. Combining highly bioavailable extracts of healing plants with organic juices, Herbert makes beverages that help us find balance, presence, and resilience. Here’s the treat part: from today through Monday, we're including a free Herbert beverage of your choice with every Greenhouse delivery order. To claim yours, simply visit greenhouse.ca, add the Herbert bottle you'd like to try to your basket, and use code TRYHERBERT at checkout. We have a feeling you will get along famously. 🔬🌿
Now available for home delivery from greenhouse.ca: six-packs of Cold-Pressed Juices, Shakes, Kombuchas, and our top Boosters — with a volume discount of about $1 a bottle. ♥️📦
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