FAQs

  • What is Zoe?

    Zoe is a nutrition-first foods & beverages brand. Zoe is your go-to resource when you don't want to compromise on health, convenience or taste. It's superior, locally sourced ingredients. It's complete and easy to understand nutritional information. It's knowing exactly what you're eating, and how much. Basically, Zoe is eating well and living better, without the hard-work. Our current offering includes cold-pressed juices, vegan milks, fruits and vegetables, etc.

  • How does Zoe work?

    We offer two kinds of online orders you can place:

    • 'Subscription' orders - To reap most health benefits from our products, we recommend that you order a weekly or monthly subscription of our products. Click on 'Subscription', select the subscription plan, place the order, sit back and relax.
    • 'Deliver Now' orders - If you're not yet ready to take the leap of faith, and you just want to try out our products before subscribing, you could go for this option. View 'Today's Menu', place your order, and your products will be delivered to you in a few hours!
  • Where do we deliver?

    We are currently delivering in Gurgaon. We will come to Delhi & Noida soon.

  • How long do Zoe foods last at home?

    Our meals and snacks will last up to 3 days in your refrigerator. All of our meals carry labels with expiration dates. Zoe meals are fresh made, so eating them soon after purchase date is best.

  • Does Zoe do gift cards?

    Yes, of course! What better gift than a gift of health for your loved ones? :) Email us on connect@zoe.menu to order your gift cards.

  • Will I really have more energy or feel better if I consume Zoe products?

    We'd like to think so! Fueling your body with freshly prepared, nutritious, real food is a surefire way to feel and act your best. Plus, with Zoe as an alternative to doing your own grocery shopping and cooking healthy, you'll have tons of extra time to fulfill other facets of a healthy lifestyle! Perhaps you'll have time to try out that new zumba class!

  • Does Zoe have cold-pressed juices?

    Yes, we cold press juice daily! Cold pressing yields the best tasting, most nutritionally sound juice. It's a slow and delicate process that yields small amounts of juice relative to the amount of produce we start with. We hope that you not only can taste the difference, but truly feel better after consuming our juices.

  • What is the fuss about cold-pressed juices? What is cold-pressed technology?

    Cold pressing is a decades-old method of extracting liquid from plants without denaturing enzymes or breaking down nutrients with high levels of heat or oxygen. Our hydraulic presses coax every colourful, delicious drop of liquid out of a plant while keeping its health-giving properties intact, producing live juice that stays great for 72 hours.

    By contrast, a more common form of juicing, centrifugal juicing, relies on a metal blade that spins at great speed against a mesh filter, separating juice from fruit and vegetable solids. This method not only extracts juice that that is less dense with vitamins, minerals and enzymes than cold-pressed juice, but the spinning blade brings high temperatures and oxidation into the equation, changing the juice's chemistry and hastening its deterioration.

  • What do you mean when you say your juices are raw?

    When we say that our juices are raw, we mean that nothing in them has been cooked, subjected to high temperatures in the juicing process or pasteurized.

  • What do you mean when you say your juices are unpasteurised?

    Pasteurisation is a process whereby something destined for human consumption (like juice, for example) is brought to a very high temperature for a short period of time, and then immediately cooled down. The idea is to kill off potentially harmful bacteria and to slow the microbial growth that causes things to go bad, thereby reducing the risk of contamination and increasing shelf life. Pasteurisation kills off healthy life forms along with the harmful ones, reducing much of the juice the world consumes today to the fruit and vegetable equivalent of a zombie: a dead, soulless shadow of its former self.

  • What do you mean when you say your juices are not HPP?

    A few cold-pressed juice brands out there have a shelf life of 21 days, because they undergo HPP. Pascalization, or high pressure processing (HPP), is an alternative to pasteurization. Instead of heat, this process uses pressure to stunt the growth of pathogens. During HPP, sealed plastic bottles of juice are placed in water, and extreme pressure is applied for approximately 80 seconds. This extends a juice's best-before date by approximately three weeks. Like pasteurization, this is a method of tampering with the natural life in juice; we're not into that. OUr juices are not artificial, they are fresh and natural.

  • I've heard that all fruit juice is bad for you because it's full of sugar. Is that true?

    This is true of many of the processed juices you will find at the grocery store, which contain little to none of the natural goodness of the fruit and vegetables from which they derive, but all of the sugar (and often more added on top of that)! That is not the case with our juice.

    The naturally occurring sugars in the juices that we extract from our ingredients with our hydraulic presses are accompanied by the live enzymes, vitamins and trace minerals that you would get from eating the raw fruit or vegetable, which offer you a lot more than a quick rush.

  • Can your juices be used as a meal replacement?

    We are big advocates of what we call "recreational juicing," which we define as drinking cold-pressed juice whenever the mood strikes—instead of that mid-morning coffee, say, or in that afternoon lull when you might be craving something sweet. We don't tend to think of it as a meal replacement.

    Having said that, the answer to this question depends a great deal on the individual. Some people will find that a nutrient-dense juice or nut milk makes for a filling and convenient occasional substitute for a more substantial breakfast, lunch or dinner. Either way, integrating cold-pressed juices into your daily routine will help to keep you healthy, balanced and energized.

    We do not advocate replacing food with juice altogether—perish the thought! There is no substitute for insoluble fibre-containing, soul-replenishing food!

  • Is it important that I eat 5-6 times per day?

    Yup! Keep your body fueled, your energy high, and your weight maintained with a consistent intake of nutrient-dense meals and snacks. By keeping your hunger in check and eating every 2-3 hours, you'll feel great and make healthier choices.

  • What should I drink to maximize my health?

    Water is the absolute best thing for your body. We encourage you to drink at least two litres of water each day (more if you're exercising). Keeping your body hydrated is important for your physical and mental health. Water also helps to flush the toxins out of your body, and keep your body clean. We're also not opposed to consuming other beverages; there are great natural teas (green tea, herbal tea, etc.) and there is plenty of research that says that coffee (in moderation) is healthy, as is a glass of red wine with dinner.

  • Are you open to suggestions from customers?

    Please give us feedback, we are fanatical about it!

  • Do you only use natural and fresh ingredients?

    We only use natural ingredients in our products. In fact, all our products are preservative free, chemical free, and free of artificial chemicals and colours. We attempt to get obtain the highest quality food from as close to us as possible. We believe in food that has been minimally processed, thereby maintaining the most nutrients. We prepare almost everything here in house to maintain strict quality control over every Zoe product we serve.​

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