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Myapapaya Coming Up on One-Year Anniversary: "We Are Building a Community"

In South Florida -- just like anywhere else -- restaurants come and go all the time. Whether it's operator error, lack of funds, a bad concept, too innovative an idea, or whatever else, if you're hitting your one-year mark, you've got to be doing something right.

Myapapaya juicery and kitchen in Fort Lauderdale is about to celebrate its first birthday next month. As the first cold-press juicery and one of the leaders in the area's healthy eating movement, husband-wife-and-14-month-old-daughter-team Adam, Michelle, and Mya Kanner are doing their part to "build a community" of health-conscious eaters (and juice drinkers).

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Sara Ventiera