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Conscious Fork

20 McEwen Street, Warwick

(845) 988-KALE

A farm-to-table vegan juice bar and market, Conscious Fork is a business focused on fresh ingredients and well-being. Mostly take-out, the menu contains smoothies, cold-pressed juices, and vegan items as well as treats. Customers may select one of the daily juice specials such as sweet potato, carrot, orange, and turmeric from the menu, or their signature innovation the "Whole Bowl," which allows patrons to choose from grains, proteins, and vegetables, then top it with a succulent sauce to create their own meal. The market sells grains, produce, heirlooms seeds, and various merchandise. Closing early most nights, they utilize the space for cooking classes, tastings, and events during the evenings. Founder Kim Gabelmann and Chef Jamie Manza, formerly of Blue Hill at Stone Barns, collaborate to create a place for the community while cultivating awareness of sustainability and personal wellness.

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