Apryl Sims, Master Juicer for Apryl’s Life In A Bottle. Raw, unpasteurized cold-pressed juices are her specialty. Her delicious tasting varieties are sold online and in cafes and markets in Los Angeles. Her mission is to provide high quality natural juices in food deserts and food insecure areas and to employ formerly incarcerated persons while paying a living wage.
Apryl is a 4th generation Entrepreneur. Her great-grandfather had Newman & Sons
Mortuary, her paternal grandfather had a variety of businesses, and her father, Larry Sims, owned 333 Construction Company. She was blessed to work with and for him during the last 10 years of his life.
A niche Marketing Specialist, she is the proud disciple of the late Dr. Lawrence
Johnson of Howard University’s School of Business. Apryl has a passion for people. She loves encouraging and assisting people in doing that which makes their heart sing. Apryl has been responsible for developing several community based entrepreneurs. Many young people have learned valuable marketable skills under Apryl’s tutelage and mentorship.
But it was about more than just a delightful beverage; it was about restoring the balance within their bodies. Apryl recognized the potential of these juices to serve as a vital part of the recovery journey for her community.
Her passion and dedication have led her to establish a thriving online platform where people from all walks of life can access these healing juices. By focusing on communities with limited options for healthy food, she's not only providing nourishment but also empowerment. Her mission is clear: to bring wellness, vitality, and a taste of tradition to those who need it the most.
Apryl invites you to join her in this extraordinary journey of health and healing. With every sip, you're not just savoring the flavors of her culture; you're partaking in a commitment to wellness and resilience. Together, we can raise a glass to a brighter, healthier future for all.
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