In 2013, the founders of I·DO began pressing juices by hand - using a small Norwalk cold press - in a Munich backyard kitchen for online sales. During the week, mainly boxes were packed and juices were delivered - those who drew the short match were then allowed to travel almost 300km after a weekend of hard pressing work to put the juices under high pressure.
The team was officially founded in 2014. While the founders financed the first year out of their own pockets, the first round of financing was completed a short time later.
In 2015, just one year after it was founded, the first experiences with trading were gained. Only a short time later, the boys from Munich were able to convince Germany's largest organic retailer of their homemade juices. It didn't take long until the juices could be found in refrigerated shelves all over Germany.
In 2016, the Greens converted an old butcher's shop in Glonn into a modern, vegan juice production facility according to IFS standards. The necessary certificates and sufficient raw materials for large-scale sales in food retail provided the necessary know-how on the way to the professionalization of production and sales.
There are now over fifteen employees working at the proud juice shop, and the number is rising. Organic and selected supermarkets are supplied with liquid salad and the like across national borders. The new brand now opens a new chapter.