Best cold press juice brands: The 10 best-selling juices from the top juice brands


The 10 best-selling juices from the top juice brands

Remember when “juice” meant a vaguely fruit-resembling substance that came in an orange-colored carton or a mylar pouch?

Now, juice bars are spreading like Starbucks (in fact, Starbucks recently got into the juice business) and you can find cold-pressed juice in nearly every town (with a yoga studio).

How did we go from a nation of Tropicana guzzlers to drinking our salads and savoring the taste of liquid beets and Swiss chard? And just what have we decided to replace our Dole habit with?

We asked the 10 top juice brands nationwide to dish about their best-selling juices and tell us what’s flying out of their cold-pressed cases. (Hint: green juice is where it’s at.) In alphabetical order, here’s a rundown of our juicy findings…  –Carla Vass

BluePrint “Green Juice”

The bestseller at this mighty juice giant is the Green Juice. Boasting six pounds of leafy greens in every bottle, this staple found at Whole Foods is made from kale, apple, ginger, romaine, spinach, cucumber, celery, parsley, and lemon. Proving green juice has mass-market appeal, it outsells every other flavor two to one.


Creative Juice “Easy Being Green”

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Danny Meyer’s juice brand is known for including rarely-pressed ingredients (dried apricot, anyone?). But the best-selling Easy Being Green, sold only at eight Equinox locations, is decidedly straightforward. Made with kale, baby spinach, Swiss chard, cucumber, ginger, and green apple, the popular juice proves that sometimes it’s best to keep things simple.


Dig Inn “Serious Green”

With six New York locations, this beloved chain has become the go-to lunch spot for the health conscious. The Serious Green juice, made with romaine, cucumber, apple, kale, spinach, celery, parsley, lemon, and ginger, is seriously popular. It outsells other blends five to one.


Evolution Fresh “Sweet Greens and Lemon”

Starbucks recently got into the juicing game with Evolution Fresh and is poised to bring green juice all over the country. Its bestselling Sweet Greens and Lemon includes celery, parsley, wheat grass, apple, romaine, clover sprouts, cucumber, lemon, lime, spinach, and kale. And it actually isn’t all that sweet. It’s about 16 grams of sugar compared to many others that approach or exceed 30 grams. It also has a lower price point than most, in part because the produce used isn’t necessarily organic (and perhaps because its size is almost one fluid ounce less than others).


Juice Generation “Supa Dupa Greens”

This now-ubiquitous New York City chain of juice bars (and sister company to Cooler Cleanse) started in 1999 with just a single Hell’s Kitchen outpost. The uber-health-conscious clientele has had a decade-plus love affair with Supa Dupa Greens. It’s made to order with spinach, 
, apple, 
celery, and 
lemon. And popular modifications include adding mint and extra lemon.


Juice Press “Doctor Green Juice”

Juice Press started three years ago with a tiny East Village location. Now, Marcus Antebi’s about to open the company’s fifteenth. Clearly, they’re doing something right. The quickly growing company stocks about a dozen green blends alone, each at 17 ounces for some iconoclastic reason. And it sells more Doctor Green Juice than any other blend—300 bottles daily. It’s made with pineapple, apple, lemon, ginger, and kale—and a whole lotta ambition.


Liquiteria “All Greens with Apple, Lemon, and Ginger”

The All Greens juice flies off the (refrigerated) shelves at this pioneering East Village juice bar, where everything is still cold-pressed on-site. Customers buy twice as many bottles of All Green than any of Liquiteria’s other cold-pressed juices. It’s made with apple, lemon, ginger, kale, spinach, romaine, parsley, celery and cucumber.


Organic Avenue “Green LOVE*”

What started as a tiny passion-filled brand sold out of founder Denise Mari’s New York City apartment has quickly grown into a powerhouse of organic juice potential. With new ownership, Organic Avenue now grown to 14 locations, including its two Hamptons outposts in Theory stores. Its bestselling Green LOVE* uses pear (breaking from the favored apple) to sweeten the kale, lemon, Swiss chard, spinach, parsley, collard greens, and romaine.


Pressed Juicery “Greens 3”

This Los Angeles-based brand really kicked off cold-pressing on the West Coast. The cleanse-and-juice company debuted in 2010 and now has 13 locations in Southern California and the Bay Area (many are tiny counters like at San Francisco’s Ferry Building), with three more coming any second now. Their Greens 3 is a top-seller, and it’s made from kale, spinach, romaine, parsley, cucumber, celery, apple, lemon, and ginger. The lower price point reflects that Pressed is “100 percent natural” but not necessarily organic.


Suja “Vanilla Cloud”

To say Suja is gaining ground for organic juice dominance would be an understatement: when they launched in San Diego last May, juices were still being hand delivered. Now, they’re in Whole Foods stores around the country. Maybe everyone was just sick of green juice (or getting it elsewhere), but Suja’s bestseller is Vanilla Cloud, made with coconut, honey, almonds, acerola cherry, cinnamon, vanilla bean, nutmeg, camu camu, and filtered water. We speculate that it’s the almond-coconut combo (most juice brands use cashews) that makes this dessert-like “juice” a home run.


6 Best Cold Press Juicers to Buy in 2021


Shopping for a new juicer is no easy task, which is why in the Good Housekeeping Kitchen Appliances Lab, we test juicers to find the best ones that are actually worth your money. We do so by juicing just about everything — pulpy apples that have a large diameter and oxidize quickly, floppy kale which can often jam machines, and hard, fibrous carrots. We then measure multiple data points around key features to find the top juicers, including:

✔️ Output: How much juice does the machine create? How much pulp does it yield, and how dry is the pulp? (Hint: It should be dry, as this indicates more juice has been squeezed out.)

✔️ Taste: How sweet is the juice and how smooth is it? The sweeter and less pulp the better.

✔️ Temperature: What is the temperature of the resulting liquid? And how does it compare to others that are being tested at the same exact time?

Out of the dozen cold press juicers we tested, these are the best cold press juicers to buy in 2021, according to both Good Housekeeping Institute Lab tests and best-sellers with lots of glowing reviews online:

What type of juicer is best?

If you’ve been hearing a lot of buzz about cold press juicers lately, you may be wondering what exactly they are and how they differ from all the other types of juicers on the market. The key distinction is in how they work:

  • Cold press juicers, also known as slow juicers or masticating juicers, typically have a narrow vertical chute that feeds healthy fruits and veggies into a chamber where they are pressed by a rotating auger. The juice is then squeezed out through a strainer and into a pitcher, while the pulp is dispensed from another spout.
  • Centrifugal juicers, on the other hand, work similarly but they operate at much higher speeds and can often accommodate larger ingredients.
  • Citrus juicers are designed to squeeze the juice out of lemons, limes and grapefruits, but don’t blast through the pulp and skins of ingredients like cold press and centrifugal juicers do.

If you’re looking to get more nutrients into your diet, most experts say a cold press juicer is the way to go because the slow juicing process is more gentle on ingredients and retains more nutrients — though Stefani Sassos, MS, RDN, Registered Dietitian for the Good Housekeeping Institute, points out that recent research suggests juice storage may matter more than how exactly you make it.

“It seems that storage conditions are more important when it comes to the nutrient capacity of juice,” she says, “so drink it immediately or store it in the coldest part of the fridge but don’t let it sit out at room temperature.” It’s also worth noting that generally cold press juicers require a bit more prep work (read: you’ll need to cut smaller chunks of fruits and vegetables) than centrifugal juicers due to their small feed tubes.

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Best Overall Cold Press Juicer

Whole Slow Juicer



$599.99 (14% off)

For a cold press juicer that does just about everything you could ever want, look no further than the Kuvings Whole Slow Juicer. In tests, it earned near-perfect scores in ease of assembly, operation, and cleaning. It has a wide-mouthed feed tube, so your prep work doesn’t have to be quite so meticulous, but it still effectively liquifies thinner ingredients. The machine also includes an extra fine mesh strainer if you want to eliminate more pulp before drinking, but our testers found it unnecessary. When it comes to cleaning, three included tools make things a breeze.

  • Easy to assemble
  • Easy to clean
  • Wide feed tube

Best Value Cold Press Juicer

Cold Press 365 Juicer

Omega is known for its juicers, both vertical and horizontal. This model is one of their newest and most affordable horizontal models that doesn’t compromise performance. It’s easy to set up with no instructions and was able to handle hard ingredients like carrots, softer ones like apple wedges, and stringy celery without jamming once; plus, it was also relatively quiet. Its on/off button is large and located on the top of the unit, unlike most that we’ve tested that are located in hard to see spots like the bottom back. Its juice pitcher is clearly marked and nests inside the pulp container for storage. 

  • Easy to assemble
  • Produced smooth celery juice without jamming
  • Carrots and apple wedges required some pressure to push into the auger
  • Juicer could benefit from a strainer for smoother results

Best Cold Press Juicer for Beginners

Masticating Juicer

Those just dipping their toe into the world of cold press juicing may prefer to start with an entry-level model, like the budget-friendly IKICH. It’s easy to assemble and disassemble, plus offers two masticating speeds, so you can get the hang of juicing different types of fruits and vegetables. The machine also comes complete with a very beginner-friendly manual that includes recipes, as well as a portable bottle for taking your juice to go. Despite the price, the machine is efficient.

  • Two different juicing speeds
  • Quiet
  • Affordable
  • Comes with portable bottle

Best-Selling Cold Press Juicer on Amazon

Slow Masticating Juicer Extractor

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This cold press juicer has earned nearly 4,000 five-star ratings on Amazon, largely because reviewers say it compares well to much pricier models. The model is easy to assemble and disassemble, plus juice output is reportedly great, with limited pulp. You don’t have to worry too much about noise, either — the noise level is just 60 decibels, according to the manufacturer, or the equivalent to the sound of a normal indoor conversation. 

  • Affordable
  • Easy to assemble and disassemble
  • Quiet

Best Cold Press Juicer for Easy Cleanup

h201 Easy Clean Slow Juicer

One of the biggest downsides to juicing is the cleanup — most models have metal mesh strainers that require diligent scrubbing after every use. But this cold press model is much easier to keep pristine, thanks to heavy-duty plastic strainers that have easy-to-clean large vertical grooves. Additionally, the machine has a tiled juicing chamber that spits out more juice, leaving less mess inside for wrangling later. What’s more, the pulp spout features a trap door that provides better access to interior parts, so you can tackle whatever is left with the included cleaning brushes. 

That’s not all there is to love, though: In our Lab tests, this machine made some of the freshest-tasting green juice and testers loved the customization options, like how much pulp ends up in the finished product.

  • Easy to clean
  • Customizable pulp amounts

Best Cold Press Juicer for Celery and Tough Veggies

Celery and Greens Slow Juicer

This cold press juicer ticks a lot of boxes beyond its sleek aesthetic. It’s relatively compact — great for preserving precious counter space — plus easy to assemble and disassemble, if you’d rather stash it. In tests, operation was overall very easy, too. Though the feeding tube isn’t too large (slimmer items, like celery, fit easily, but larger items, like apples, need to be cut into wedges), it gets the job done well. The result is a smooth, fragrant juice that our tester said tasted “very pure.” Cleaning is relatively simple, too, thanks to an included brush that fits into any nooks and crannies. 

  • Easy to clean
  • Fairly compact
  • Quiet
  • No sharp blades

What to consider when shopping for cold press juicers

✔️ Style: There are two different styles of cold press juices: vertical and horizontal. Vertical juicers typically have a one-piece design, making setup and cleanup a bit simpler, but they’re not quite as powerful as the slightly more cumbersome horizontal models.

✔️ Size of feed tube: The larger the tube, the less prep work—i.e. chopping — you’ll have to do. Some juicers, like the Kuvings, even have one section large enough for an entire apple and another section that’s small for thin items like celery and kale for maximum versatility.

✔️ Accessories: Some cold press juicers come with different sized strainers that allow for different kinds of juices — and even smoothies. Some also can be used to make sauce, purees, nut butters, and sorbets. If you choose a machine with these types of accessories, look for included cleaning brushes to keep things sanitary.

✔️ Power: Though most cold press juicers won’t win any awards for speed, it’s worth considering power, particularly if you juice tougher items like celery or greens. Look for models upwards of 400 watts.

✔️ Warranty: There’s no question about it — juicers are pricey appliances. If you’re investing in one, it’s worth checking warranty information to ensure you’ll be satisfied for years to come.

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The 11 Best Cold Press Juicers of 2021

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Unless you were born yesterday, you’ve heard the virtues of green juice extolled over and over again. Jennifer Aniston’s a fan, as is Adele, and it’s an easy way to pack in nutrients from a whole bunch of fruits and veggies at once. And even if you can’t stomach the green stuff, there are plenty of other combos to try.

Because buying bottles regularly can get expensive, so you’re better off with a one-time investment in a nice juicer—preferably one that boasts “cold press” functionality. You see, cold pressed juice is higher in nutrients that other juices. That’s because little to no heat is used in the juicing process so the natural vitamins can stay intact.

Here are our favorite cold press juicers that can churn out healthy (no sugar added!) green, citrus, and fruit medley juices.

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NutriBullet Slow Juicer

Small in size but high in impact, this juicer is equipped to handle even the toughest of jobs. Featuring a three-inch feed chute, low-speed motor, and durable steel-tipped auger to help get ever drop of juice from your fruits and veggies, this is one appliance you’ll definitely want to consider. Plus, its no-drop spout and easy-to-clean components are universally beloved.


Breville Juice Fountain Plus

This juicer comes with an extra-large centrifugal chute as well as an extra-large 2.5-liter capacity pulp container, so you don’t have to do any pre-chopping or pre-cutting to get the delicious juice of your dreams. Plus, all the parts except the motor housing are dishwasher safe, so clean-up is a breeze. 


Slow Masticating Juicer Extractor


If you’re not big on pulp or foam, this juicer is for you. It promises to keep them separate while also not allowing the juice to get too warm, so you still get all the nutrients you need. Plus it’s super quiet, which is always a plus. 


NutriBullet NBJ50200 Juicer Pro

This one is a classic for a reason. It’s powerful while still being affordable. It comes with both narrow and wide chutes for any type of juice you want to make. It also features innovative additions like a no-drip spout and a sealing juice pitcher, perfect for meal prep.


Hurom HP Slow Juicer, White

Not only is this juice sleek, it’s also compact, making it the perfect addition to your kitchen counter. It’s small but mighty, making it the ideal model for those who live alone (or those who are the only person drinking juice in their family).


For Extra-Large Fruit

Masticating Cold Press Juicer

Because of its extra wide feeder chute, this juicer’s a pro at handling both smaller fruits and larger chunks of produce. Plus, because of the rate at which the machine spins, you’ll wind up with 30 percent more juice (that packs 40 percent more vitamins) than average.


Dishwasher Safe

Cold Press Horizontal Slow Masticating Juicer

Omega’s slow juicer ensures minimal oxidation, heat build up, foaming, and clogging—all of which lead to a better-tasting and better-for-you juice product. The streamlined shape also means the machine will fit better on your countertop than other bulkier options.


For Green Juice

Juice Fountain Cold Plus

Breville’s made a name for itself in the juicing world, and this machine is one of the brand’s highest-end models. It’s a best-seller that works just as well breaking down hard ingredients as it does breaking down soft ones. The Cold Spin Technology results in a quick and quiet juicing experience—made even easier by the fact that many of the machine’s parts are removable and dishwasher-safe.


For Citrus

Citrus Juicer

Step away from the bottled OJ! This juicer is ridiculously simple to use—just push your halved citrus (lemons, oranges, grapefruits, limes) down on the reamer and the spinning mechanism kicks in. The glass dome on top can double as a protective cap or juice collecting bowl. And that adorable 1950s vibe? You can get it in six different colors.


For Big Batches

Whole Slow Masticating and Cold Press Juicer

Kuvings’ slow masticating juicer operates at a lower speed to better extract all the nutrients out any ingredients you pass through it.  The extra-large feeding chute also handles nearly any produce like a pro—long celery, wide apples, a whole slew of pineapples at once.



Hamilton Beach HealthSmart Juice Extractor

If you want to test the whole juicing at home thing, there’s no need to break the bank. Get used to the process with this Hamilton Beach juicer before you spend the big bucks. It still extracts nutrient-dense liquid like a pro, plus it comes with a booklet with 25 recipes to get you started.

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9 Best Juicers to Buy in 2021

Juicing at home is a great way to kickstart your health and wellness goals. If you’re serious about juicing (or are just tired of spending loads of money on the bottled stuff), a cold press juicer is a kitchen appliance that’s well worth the investment.

Chock-full of essential vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, fresh fruit-and-veggie juice is a game changer for your health. By this point, you’re probably well aware of how buzzy juicing is in the wellness world. From the celery juice craze to influencers swearing by the latest liquid diet, juicing always seems to be trending.

Best Juicers

What to Consider

When buying a juicer, it’s essential to understand the difference between a cold press juicer and a centrifugal juicer. Cold press juicers, also known as masticating juicers, grind fruits and veggies without the use of added heat — hence “cold press.” This process involves the produce being slowly crushed, strained, then separated from the pulp, and results in better preservation of the vitamins and nutrients that naturally exist in fresh produce. And since cold press juicers operate slower, they’re also quieter.

With cold press or masticating juicers, speed, quality of extraction, and motor power are chief things to look out for. Traditional (or centrifugal) juicers add heat during the extraction process, which reduces the time it takes for juicing, but it can also cut down the nutritional value of your fresh juice.

Naturally, the quality of juice yield you can extract should be a top priority. Cold press juicers normally produce a higher, denser yield so you’re already on the right track, but do check the dryness of the pulp, as wet pulp can indicate that the juicer isn’t as effective in extracting the most from your produce.

Some produce requires more power to cut through (think: carrots, beets, fennel, turnips, etc.), so a juicer with a strong motor, at least 1.1 horsepower (Hp) or higher, is best. When shopping for the best juicer for your needs, keep your eye out for terms like “vertical,” which help indicate a smaller footprint (or how much space it takes up on your counter). Overall, a simple machine that’s also easy to clean, and, of course, unobtrusively display on your kitchen counter will ensure optimum use.

How We Chose

In our selection process, we consulted expert reviews from our friends at Good Housekeeping, and we also dug into hundreds of actual consumer reviews from retailers including Amazon and Williams-Sonoma. We included the best juicers so you can kick-start your morning in the healthiest way possible.

We even rounded up some yummy cold-pressed juice recipes to get your creative juices flowing.


Best Personal Juicer

Hurom HP Slow Juicer

Key Specs 

  • Auger speed: 43 RPM; 150 watts
  • Weight: 16.32 pounds
  • Speeds: 2 – Start/stop, reverse

If you’re on the hunt for a petite cold press juicer that’s better for single servings or smaller portions, this personal Hurom HP Slow Juicer is the model you want. 

A low-speed auger squeezes every drop out of fruits and veggies so that your juice is super smooth and pulp-free. A low-speed, 150-watt motor keeps things quiet during use and also uses very minimal heat during juicing.

Plus: Can we talk about how perfect its mint-green hue is? This little guy will look great even at rest on your kitchen countertop.

More: The Best Juice Cleanses for Detoxing


Best Slow Juicer

AICOK Slow Masticating Juicer

Key Specs

  • Auger speed: 80 RPM; 150 watts
  • Weight: 9.85 pounds
  • Speeds: 2 – Start/stop, reverse

Clocking in at a very reasonable price (less than $100), this cold press juicer from Aicok is super efficient. Since it’s a slow-masticating juicer, the auger on this unit’s motor spins at 80 RPM (revolutions per minute) to preserve the vitamins, enzymes, minerals, and nutrients naturally found in fresh fruits and veggies.

The motor on this juicer also runs quietly at 60 decibels, making it a great pick for small households where kitchen noise carries.

Whether you’re juicing celery, wheatgrass, apples, or ginger, this slow-masticating cold press juicer will extract delicious, pulp-free, nutrient-dense juice with every use. Each separate part is also dishwasher-friendly for quick cleanup. 

  • Produces little to no pulp
  • Quiet


User Favorite

Mueller Austria Ultra Juicer



Key Specs

  • Motor speed: 12,000-18,000 RPM 
  • Weight: 2.2 pounds 
  • Speeds:

Aside from the attractive price tag, this Amazon top seller boasts upwards of 32,000 reviews. Efficient, high-powered, and compact enough for smaller countertops, users also love the extra-large feed chute that does away with having to do much produce prep beforehand.

Another standout feature? It has dual-speed versatility, which is handy for beginners. It also has an overload protection system that shuts it off automatically if the motor were to overheat. 

It comes with a manufacturer 2-year warranty, is dishwasher-safe, and has great customer service — a great pick for a starter piece.

  • Reasonably-priced
  • Compact; small footprint


Best Warranty

Tribest Greenstar Elite Cold Press Juicer



Key Specs

  • Model #: GSE-5050
  • Auger speed: 110 RPM 
  • Weight: 17. 2 pounds 
  • Speeds: 2 – On/off, reverse 

This top-rated cold press juicer from Tribest is a worthy investment due to its high-quality, great-tasting juice yield. Using a slow-extraction method of 110 RPM, this juicer preserves the living enzymes and vitamins naturally found in fresh fruit and vegetables and prevents harmful oxidation.

This slow-masticating juicer cuts, slices, and crushes fruits and veggies for maximum juice yield and nutrition. Its gears also include cutting points to minimize clogging from sinewy veggies.

With almost unanimously glowing reviews from nutritionists and juice devotees alike, it’s easy to see why this is a quality investment for a healthy lifestyle. As a bonus, we love that Tribest offers a 12-year warranty on this cold press juicer. 

  • 12-year warranty
  • Large juice yield


Best Splurge

Hurom HZ Slow Cold Press Juicer

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Key Specs

  • Auger speed: 43 RPM; 150 watts
  • Weight: 21 pounds 
  • Speeds: 

With its stainless steel finish, LED indicators, and sleek metallic casing, the Hurom HZ has a modern yet elegant look that’s perfect for any kitchen’s aesthetic.

The HZ’s Alpha technology features optimized juicing and easier cleaning, and it works wonders on fruits, veggies, leafy greens, nuts, and soybeans to create nutritious cold-pressed juices, smoothies, nut milks, tofu, and more. This juicer can even make healthy ice cream and frozen treats straight from its chamber.

With an ultra-quiet motor, patented Slow Squeeze Technology that mimics the motion of hand-squeezed juice, a control lever, and a fine and coarse strainer for pulp control, this is one of the most intuitive and user-friendly cold press juicer models on the market.  

  • Quiet motor
  • Strainers for pulp control


Best Cold Spin

Breville Juice Fountain Cold Plus Centrifugal Juicer



Key Specs

  • Model #: BJE530BSS
  • Motor speed: 6,500-13,000 RPM; 1,000 watts 
  • Weight: 1 pound
  • Speeds: 2

This sleek, best-selling juicer from Breville runs on 1,000 watts with two speeds (6,500 RPM or 13,000 RPM), which allows for easy juicing of both hard and soft ingredients. You’re basically getting a commercial-grade machine at a home-juicer price — just look at its 70-ounce pitcher!

This juicer’s circular, wide-feed tube allows whole fruits and veggies to be juiced with or without the rind, so you’ll end up saving a ton of time on prep.

Best of all, it has dishwasher-safe parts, making cleanup as easy as can be. Just note that this is a centrifugal juicer model, which means technically there should be some level of heat during the juicing process.

  • Fast and efficient
  • Space-saving design
  • Large juice capacity
  • Sinewy produce can clog mesh


Most Versatile

Omega Juicer Extractor and Nutrition Center

Key Specs

  • Model #: NC900HDC
  • Auger speed: 80 RPM; 150 watts
  • Weight: 13 pounds 
  • Speeds: 1, but with 5 settings on end cap 

Using a low-speed extraction method of 80 RPM, the slow-masticating motor on this top-rated cold press juicer creates juice without any foaming, clogging, or heat buildup. Users love its quiet motor, as well as how compact the unit is once it’s broken down into separate parts for storage. It also has an adjustable end cap for customized extraction.

Outside of its primary function as a cold press juicer, this versatile unit can also be used to whip soy milk, grind coffee and spices, and turn nuts into butter. Its slow extraction method also results in fresh, nutrient-dense cold-pressed juice. And did we mention its 15-year parts and performance coverage?


Best Citrus Juicer

SMEG Citrus Juicer

Key Specs

  • Auger speed: n/a
  • Weight: 5.5 pounds 
  • Speeds: 1

If you juice lemons, grapefruits, or oranges on the regular, check out this very chic, very charming retro-inspired juicer from SMEG. Reviewers love the simple, intuitive design of this juicer, plus the fact that it’s incredibly easy to clean (it’s dishwasher-safe, too). Just hold your halved fruit on the reamer, and the powerful 80-watt motor kicks in, delivering juice directly to your glass through a drip-free spout.

If you love making fresh-squeezed orange juice for breakfast or squeezing your own citrus produce to make craft cocktails at home, we highly recommend this citrus juicer.

Plus, come on — can you say “aesthetic”?


Most Efficient

NutriBullet Juicer Pro NBJ5200 Centrifugal Juicer



Key Specs

  • Model #: NBJ50200
  • Motor power: 1,000 watts
  • Weight: 7.5 pounds 
  • Speeds: 3

Whether you’re a health junkie or simply trying to incorporate more nutritious, fresh-squeezed juice into your daily health regimen, NutriBullet’s high-power juicer takes the guesswork out of juicing at home. Everything about the Juicer Pro screams efficiency; from the spillproof 3-inch-wide feed chute to the large 27-ounce pitcher to the to-go bottles and freezer trays, everything is engineered to make your grab-and-go juicing experience seamless and very straightforward.

Impressively quiet with a smaller footprint, we also love that this model is one of the easiest juicers to clean.

  • Some users report lower juice yield

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Cleanse Culture by Cleanse Culture

Clover Cold-Pressed Juice by Clover Juices

Clover’s mission is to make the nutritional benefits of high quality juicing accessible to everyone, while offering a one-stop-shop to those looking to quickly grab something delicious and healthy on . ..

Cocobeet by Cocobeet

Cocobeet is Boston’s original cold-pressed juice and smoothie bar offering crafted organic juice cleanses alongside healthy vegan, gluten-free foods. Cocobeet brings Plant Packed® Living to the hear…

Coconut Cartel by Coconut Cartel, LLC.

serving up the freshest coconut water on the market – straight from the world’s best coconuts.

follow us on instagram: @coconutcartel MIA:
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Coffee So Good by So Good Brand

So Good. So You.
Bottled juices and juice cleanses made with non-GMO, never heated fruit & vegetable juices and nut milks. Organic cold brew, dairy free coffees. Our juices are cold-pressed with love …

Crude by Robinson Beverages, LLC

crude: [krood] adj. Unrefined or natural.

These are the words that define CRUDE. This is a simple definition turned philosophy, with an ever-growing need for clarity and simplicity in the food we c. ..

CucuOne by ASAT, Inc.

Daily Greens by Drink Daily Greens LLC

Raw, cold-pressed green juice in 6 flavors. Renew, with dandelion and watermelon, Harmony with pear and a touch of ginger, Vitality with pineapple and jalapeno, and Purity with straight greens. Two Wh…

Daily Greens Green ADE by Drink Daily Greens LLC

Raw, cold-pressed green juice in 6 flavors. Renew, with dandelion and watermelon, Harmony with pear and a touch of ginger, Vitality with pineapple and jalapeno, and Purity with straight greens. Two Wh…

Daily Greens Half Pint by Drink Daily Greens LLC

Raw, cold-pressed green juice in 6 flavors. Renew, with dandelion and watermelon, Harmony with pear and a touch of ginger, Vitality with pineapple and jalapeno, and Purity with straight greens. Two Wh…

dailyServing by DailyServing LLC

dailyServing is the first company to use the natural attributes of whole foods to address the most common health and wellness needs. One portion of cold pressed juice and a combination of vegan, glute…

Deluxe Honeydrop by Honeydrop Beverages

Honeydrop Beverages is a line of RTD fresh brewed teas and juices made with a tablespoon of pure honey, never any white or refined sugars. Pure honey is healthier than refined “white” sugars as it:

DIRTY LEMON by Dirty Lemon Beverages, LLC

Better Beverages To Drink Daily We approve of real life. Of real food, and real behavior. We know that small indulgences every day are good for sanity. We believe that spontaneity should be valued and…

Evolution Fresh by Evolution Fresh

Evolution Fresh offers cold-pressed juices that provide high-quality, delicious, and accessible nutrition to consumers. Evolution Fresh is one of the few juice companies in the U.S. using high pressur…

Expressed Juice by Expressed Juice

‘juice for the people’


Flawsome! by Flawsome! Brands

At Flawsome! we craft cold pressed juices from wonky or surplus fruit, turning the discarded into the delicious. Our mission is to improve life for people and the planet, we achieve this by following …

Foodies Cider by Five Star Foodies

Makers of delicious vegan entrees and fresh apple ciders. We’d love to hear your thoughts and comments!

Forager Project by Forager Project

Organic, cold-pressed juice company based in San Francisco. Forager Project is fast slow food. Organic vegetables first, less fruit. More nutritious, fewer calories. More flavor, straight up. Drink yo…

Fresh Juice (by Ripe Craft Juice) by Ripe Craft Juice

Garden of Flavor by Garden of Flavor

Raw, organic, cold-pressed juices and juice cleanses. Garden of Flavor living juices are never heated and are packed with nutrients, chlorophyll and enzymes to help you transform your body into the te…

Ginger People by the Ginger People

All ginger. All natural. That’s all we do. For over 30 years, The Ginger People® have been dedicated to promoting the virtues of ginger. We take great pride in sourcing from the premier growing region…

Ginger Shots by Ginger Shots Inc

Ginjan by Ginjan Bros, LLC.

Ginjan Bros develops, crafts, markets and sells a delicious and traditionally West African fresh Ginger juice! (100% Organic)
Ginger juice = Ginjan Ginjan Bros, LLC is a Harlem, NY based beverage comp. ..

Good Foods Juice by Good Foods Group

We’re real people, using real ingredients, to make really good foods.

Our specialties: guacamole, greek yogurt dips, chicken salad & cold pressed juice The Good Foods Group was started in 2007 by th…

Green Mustache by Athena Brands Inc.

Organic, Non-GMO Project Verified fruit and green veggie juice smoothies for children—

We’re on a mission to nourish the next generation by creating delicious and nutritious. ..

Gundalow Juice by Gundalow Juice

Cold-pressed fruit and vegetable juices created to fuel your ambition.

h3Melon by h3Melon LLC

Water is a life force.

But sometimes it needs to kick it up a notch.

Enter h3Melon, a taste of nature’s hydration powered by watermelon.

Happy Moose Juice by Happy Moose Juice

We’re on a mission to inspire happiness in everyone we come in contact with. We craft organic cold-pressed juices, smoothies, and wellness shots from upcycled, heirloom ingredients sourced directly fr…

Harmless Harvest by Harmless Harvest

Started in 2009, Harmless Harvest is a progressive food & beverage initiative focused on demonstrating the success of an ecosystem-based business model. By combining innovative scientific methods with…

Harmless Harvest Namacha by Harmless Harvest

Started in 2009, Harmless Harvest is a progressive food & beverage initiative focused on demonstrating the success of an ecosystem-based business model. By combining innovative scientific methods with…

Harvest Soul Chewable Juice by Fresh Promise Foods

Harvest Soul makes organic food and beverages like no other, delivering the nutrients your body craves, your mind needs, and your soul deserves! Harvest Soul makes organic food and beverages like no o…

Healthy Roots by The Fresh Group, LTD

The Healthy Roots Story:
What began as a home experiment has blossomed into a flourishing, family-owned enterprise hyper-focused on quality, nutrition and wellness. Since 2017, Healthy Roots has made…

Here Cold-Pressed Juices by Here Foods LLC

Here creates food and beverage products in Illinois using Midwest produce. We stand for trust, transparency, and community. #RealLocal- Committed to working with local farmers, making products in th…

Hubble by Hubble

INVO Coconut Water by INVO Juice

For the true freshly-cracked coconut experience. .

Jade Monk by Jade Monk, LLC

Jade Monk is proud to offer the industry’s first full line of organic, cold-brewed, High Pressure Processed matcha green teas. The first-to-market bottled line will consist of 4 initial flavors: Unswe…

Joni Juice by Joni Juice, LLC

Joni Juice provides raw, cold pressed juice and smoothies. Our juice is made fresh daily and is the best tasting juice available anywhere-guaranteed!

Joni juice was created by Nutritional Health Co. ..

Joos by Joos

JOOS® is 100% organic, fresh, non-pasteurized fruit and vegetable juices. Each bottle of fresh-pressed JOOS® contains ten to fourteen types of organic produce, providing an abundance of vitamins, mine…

Jubali Smoothies by Life Force Beverages

We believe real, wholesome food has the power to bring us together, inspire us, revitalize our beings, and change our relationship with the earth. Our mission is to enable and support healthy habits.

Juice Press by Juice Press

juice press is the best raw food, juice and smoothie bar in the known universe. cold pressed organic juice and smoothies, all homemade nut milks, raw vegan cheescakes – made on premises, raw chocolate…

Juice Served Here by Juice Served Here

Note: this brand has been discontinued.

Which masticating juicers are best

Looking for our picks of all the best juicers? Go here.

Raw. Organic. Superfood. Buzzwords that would have been roasted in an early 2000s episode of Sex and the City have turned into the pillars of modern wellness. The green juice trend and the celery juice trend are the ones that have really taken off, and drinks made with nothing but fruits and veggies can be a really good thing — when done right.

For people who simply don’t want a side salad for every damn meal, juicing is a way to keep up with veggie intake in a few swigs. Consistent supplement takers might switch their loyalty to raw juice after finding out that their vitamin C capsules probably aren’t doing much. Though juiced fruits and veggies are *not* a meal replacement and can’t take the place of eating a regular old carrot, they’re still a healthy, refreshing drink with less sugar than a smoothie or orange juice from the carton.

A bottle of green juice also makes a great prop for an Instagram photo with serious LA yogi energy, just saying.


The best blenders for smoothies, soups, and everything in between

But bar-bought or store-bought juice isn’t the best you can do. Grabbing a spinach-apple-whatever from Pressed Juicery might save time in the morning, but green juice ain’t so green when it comes in a single-use plastic cup with a plastic lid and straw, which is the norm over the few places that use glass. The habit doesn’t make for responsible spending, either: A 17-ounce cold-pressed juice from Juice Press is around $10, which can easily add up to $50 per week or more depending on how often you go.

If you’re going to drink juiced fruits and veggies, we ask one thing: Skip the daily juice bar grind and buy yourself a cold-press juicer. Even an expensive $400 model would pay for itself in just a few months of skipping the bar.

Is cold-pressed juice better for you than juice from a centrifugal juicer?

Both types of machines allow you to control the ingredients in your juice, which is a step in the right direction. But the meticulous juicing process performed by a cold-press juicer is probably the better choice for anyone on a hardcore quest to keep up with daily nutrient values. Cold-press juicers (also referred to as slow juicers or masticating juicers) use an auger that chews up and wrings out produce, releasing juice from one spout and pushing pulp out another. This slow and steady extraction process typically derives cleaner, better-tasting juice. (This is why the cold-pressed section of the juice bar menu is always more expensive.) The downside, as suggested in the name, is that the process is slow. It takes time to extract juice in this way, so don’t expect to have an instant cup of juice with a cold press juicer.

Spinning centrifugal juicers can fill a glass in seconds rather than five minutes, but that spinning creates heat that potentially destroys water-soluble vitamins along the way. You know, kind of defeating the whole purpose of juicing in the first place. A few food scientists argue that there’s not enough evidence to assert that centrifugal-made juice has fewer nutrients, and no one is saying that centrifugal-made juice isn’t healthy at all. Of course, juice of any kind is loaded with sugar (with some juices, like celery, being better on that front than others) and the best way to ingest your vitamins is alongside some insoluble fiber. (Thus this Vox article that asserts juicing is a waste of money.)

But if drinking your fruits and vegetables is your thing, a cold-pressed juicer is where it’s at.

How long does cold-pressed juice last?

One difference that’s hard to ignore is how fast a centrifugal juicer’s juice loses its natural color. The heat produced by the spinning breaks down enzymes and speeds up oxidation, lightening the color and giving it a not-so-fresh taste. Many people who use a centrifugal juicer are planning on drinking that juice within the hour, as separation of the ingredients due to oxidation can happen in as little as 20 minutes.

Cold-pressed juice doesn’t oxidize nearly as quickly and has a shelf life of up to three days, which makes much more sense for a serious juice drinker who would like to do some meal prepping.

Oxidized juice on the left and fresh juice on the right.

The money and plastic that you’d be saving are pretty obvious, but if you’re on top of your juicing game enough to make it ahead of time, you’ll also be saving yourself a few mornings of not having to wait in line for your morning green drink. However, cold-press juicers typically have smaller chutes that will require some extra prep time for chopping.

Here are the best cold-pressed juicers on the market right now:

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Are you looking for the Best Cold Press Juicer?

Good choice!

Cold press juicing machines or slow juice extractors excel in juice extraction efficiency and nutrient retention, perfect for making nutrient-dense green juices.

However, there are hundreds of choices out there, and chances are you’ve already come across several websites that recommend outdated juicing machines.

The good news is I’ve recently update this buying guide. Only the latest and greatest slow juice extractors made it to this list.

Without further delay, I give you the Best Cold Press Juicers of 2021.

That’s the short version of this buying guide. Feel free to click those links to read the full review of each cold press juicer. Otherwise, let’s take a quick look at these amazing products.

Top 7 Best Cold Press Juicers

#1 Hurom h300 – The Best Cold Press Juicer

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Hurom h300 is the bigger sibling of Hurom h201, taking its place as the Best Cold Press Juicer and the Best Overall Juicer of 2021.

These two reasons make it the best juicer in the market.

It has the most generous chute—I don’t have an exact measurement, but it’s more or less six inches in diameter. That’s twice as wide as any whole slow juicers or Breville’s Juice Fountain Cold XL. A chute that big will cut your prep time significantly.

The next point is its easy-clean feature. It doesn’t have a filter basket with thousands of holes. Removing that part from the equation will surely reduce your cleanup time considerably.

The only downside to Hurom h300 is the price. If you’re not ready to invest in a premium juicer, then you might fancy the next product on this roundup.

You can read the full review of Hurom h300 here.

#2 Nutribullet Slow Juicer – Budget Pick

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A newcomer on the Best Cold Press Juicer list is the Nutribullet Slow Juicer, our best affordable slow juicing machine.

I’m super stoked when it was released. It’s a decent Slow-Press Juicer from the company who brought us Magic Bullet.

Decent would be an understatement to let me rephrase that to “an excellent Slow Juicer” from the brand.

What’s great about this product is the company didn’t opt for the standard narrow chute. Instead, it chose the whole slow juicer architecture, which gives us even more options for slow juicers with a more generous feeding tube.

This product is totally new, but I can tell that it’s giving some of the top juicer brands a run for their money.

Sadly, it’s currently not available at Amazon. So let me point to another cheap option, the Tribest Shine Juicer. I will update this section once Nutribullet has been restocked by the company.

You can read the full review of Nutribullet Slow Juicer here.

#3 Kuvings EVO820 – Premium Pick

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Without a doubt, Kuvings EVO820 Whole Slow Juicer is indeed a classy premium juicer. There is no other juicer in the market that is wrapped in high-quality leather.

It comes in four different colors to match the motif of your kitchen. You can have it in Gun Metal, Champagne Gold, Rose Gold, or Black.

On top of that, it’s not just an ordinary Cold Press Juicer. It’s a Whole Sow Juicer. Its feeding chute is twice as big as standard cold press juicing machines.

Whole Slow Juicers can take a whole apple and larger portions of produce, cutting your prep time significantly. It can process 3-inch long sections of celeries, making it a perfect choice for making celery juices.

Apart from being a fantastic celery juicer, it’s also great for making green juices. And if you mainly want to juice citruses, there’s an optional accessory that can turn Kuvings EVO820 into your very own citrus juicer.

Like Hurom h300, it can also make nut-based milk alternatives as well as sorbet and other frozen treats.

You can read the full review of Kuvings EVO820 Whole Slow Juicer here.

#4 Hurom h201 – Best Easy-Clean Slow Juicer

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Hurom h201 is still a good option despite being outshined by Hurom h300. It shares the same easy-to-clean feature, but it’s a cheaper alternative

It’s not as affordable as the Nutribullet Slow Juicer or the Tribest Shine Cold Press Juicer. However it’s the most affordable option in terms of premium juicers.

You still have to cut your produce into small pieces, but all it takes is a quick rinse to bring it back to its mint condition.

It doesn’t have a filter basket, and you don’t need to brush it. If you want to be thorough, you can soak the detachable parts in warm water with a few drops of dishwashing soap, then give it a good rinse and let it dry.

This easy-clean design is unique to the Hurom brand. No other Cold Press Juicer manufacturer offers the same technology.

It’s perfect for making green juices, celery juices or any juice recipe that you can find on the internet. It can pretty much take on any type of fruits and veggies.

It can also help you make healthy frozen treats, tofu and nut-based milk alternatives.

You can read the full review of Hurom h201 here.

#5 VSJ843Q Series – Best Omega Cold Press Juicer

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The Omega VSJ843 Series belongs to the brand’s updated line of vertical slow juicers optimized for juicing leafy greens. The RPM is slower, but it has a more juicing power.

In addition to being an excellent green juice maker, it can also take on any type of produce. It can also process dense fruits and veggies, citruses, and even wheatgrass.

One great feature to love about Cold Press Juicers is its ability to mix exact amount of juices. Say you want to make an 8oz juice, just close the tap and fill it up to that level. All Cold Press Juicers have a calibration.

Omega VSJ843 can hold 450ml or two glasses of juice. If you need more than just two servings, just release the tap.

Unlike other Omega Juicers, the VSJ series doesn’t have extra food processing functions. It’s a standalone juice maker machine.

If you fancy retro juice maker and at the same time you want to support a local juicer manufacturer, then you might want to consider getting a cold press juicer with an Omega logo.

Omega is a trusted brand with unbeatable warranty coverage. It’s not unusual to get a 15-year guarantee with any of their products.

You can read the full review of Omega VSJ843 Series here.

#6 The Big Squeeze – Best Breville Cold Press Juicer

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Breville is the go-to brand for high-speed juice extractors, but they also have a cold press juicer in their arsenal—The Big Squeeze.

It’s a whole slow juicer like the EVO820, with a dual chute system.

The 3-inch chute can take a whole apple and large portions of produce, while the smaller chute can handle longer sections of fruits and veggies.

As I said, Whole Slow Juicers are great for making celery juices because of their chute profile. You don’t need to cut the juicy stalks into small pieces, 3-inch long sections will do. Plus, Slow Juicers will yield more juice than centrifugal type machines.

Breville Big Squeeze can juice all types of produce, be it denser ones, citruses, and the most challenging of all, leafy greens.

What you’ll love about this product is its decade long warranty, as you’ll only get a year if you opt for any of the brand’s Juice Fountains.

You can read the full review of Breville Big Squeeze here.

#7 Hurom HP – Best Compact Cold Press Juicer

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Hurom HP is probably the cutest juicer in the market. It’s a minimalist product available in refreshing hues; white, minty green, and pink.

Surprisingly it’s the most popular Hurom Juicer.

It’s the second generation of Hurom’s personal juicer series. The juicing chamber can hold up to 350ml of juice, good enough for a single serving. That’s what makes it a personal product. It’s your juice and yours alone.

But if you’re also preparing juice for other people in your household, just open the tap to make an unlimited amount of refreshing, healthy juices.

Hurom HP is a versatile slow juicer; it can process a wide array of fruits and vegetables. It can make green juices, beet juices, celery juices, or any kind of juice.

It’s on par with Hurom h201 when it comes to juice extraction efficiency. And, yes, you can also make healthy frozen treats and nut-based milk alternatives with this machine.

You can read the full review of Hurom HP here.

What is a Cold Press Juicer?

In theory, a Cold Press Juicer is a kind of juice extractor that doesn’t generate heat. Hence, the word cold press. Instead of grinding, this type of machine squeezes or presses the juice to separate it from the pulp.

However that’s a big myth. All juice makers produce some degree of heat, but not significant enough to cause the nutrients to break down. Discount juicers made a lengthy study on this matter.

The ultimate reason why Cold Press Juicers retain more nutrients lies in the slow juice extraction process. That’s why we can also refer to Cold Press Juicers, as Slow Juicers.

Masticating Juicers, Twin Gear Juicers, and Hydraulic Juice Presses are all cold press juicing machines or slow juice extractors. What these juicers have in common is their RPM rating. None of these juicers exceed 100 revolutions per minute (RPM).

In comparison, a Centrifugal Juicer can reach a speed of 3,500 to 15,000 RPM. It’s as fast as a blender.

To keep things simple, we are going to refer to Vertical Slow Juicers as our Official Cold Press Juicing Machine.

Why Slow Juicers are the Best?

The slow juice extraction process of cold press juicers prevents high amounts of oxygen from getting into the juice, hence limiting the break down of nutrients, vitamins, and minerals.

This process is called oxidation. When you peel an apple, the part that is exposed to oxygen turns to brown. The same thing happens to your juice at an exponential rate.

Let’s take the RPM ranges above, let’s say the average slow juicer runs at 50 RPM and 10,000 RPM for centrifugal juicers. That means oxidation is 200 times greater in high-speed juice makers, not to mention that centrifugal juicers have a large juicing chamber with plenty of room for oxygen.

Unless juicing happens in a vacuum, there is no way to prevent oxidation.

I don’t have a study to back this claim, but it is a known fact that cold-pressed juice last for three days, while juice extracted by high-speed juicing machines only last for a day.

Cold Press Juicers vs Centrifugal

In a nutshell, here’s why Cold Press Juicers are better than Centrifugal Juicers.

Cold Press Centrifugal
Nutrient Retention High Moderate
Juice Shelf Life 72 Hours 24 Hours
Besf for Juicing Dense Produce, Citruses, Soft Fruits & Leafy Greens Dense Produce & Citruses
Other Functions Tofu maker, nut-based milk maker, nice cream maker N/A
Easy to Use Yes Yes
Noise Level Low High
Speed Slow Fast
Profile Compact Bulky
Warranty 10-15 Years 1-3 Years
Price Mid-priced Affordable

Buying Tips – What to Look for in a Cold Press Juicer?

Maintenance and Usability

Most cold press juice makers have a pesky filter basket that is a chore to clean, but not the Hurom h201 or the Hurom h300. With an improved filtration system, all it takes is a good rinse to bring it back to its mind condition.


Some slow juicer brands offer more than just juicing. Some can make healthy frozen desserts, tofu, and nut-based milk alternative. This extra feature will surely level up your juicing experience.

Feeder Tube Size

The main disadvantage of cold press juicers is the small chute opening. It makes the whole juicing process slow. If you like to make things a tad faster, there’s a new breed of slow juicers with massive feeder chute—whole slow juicers.


A model with a long cord will give you more flexibility. Unless you have a power outlet near your counter, this wouldn’t be an issue.​

Juice Container

Most juicers come with a complimentary container that is designed to prevent splashes. Check if your juicer model comes with a juice container. Otherwise, you need to start looking for a perfect glass that would exactly match the height of the spout.

BPA Content

BPA or Bisphenol A is a toxic substance found in plastic that has been linked to several diseases, including cancer. Though FDA released a report that the BPA levels present in plastic and cans are safe for food consumption, it’s still highly advisable to pick a BPA free product.

Brand Reputation

Leading brands won’t disappear overnight, they are built on integrity and a rock-solid reputation. You won’t get this peace of mind with a newer and unknown manufacturer.


Warranty is a no-brainer. You’ll get a better deal with longer warranty coverage.


Last but not least, your budget. Gone are the days when a decent cold press juicer will set you back at least 300 bucks. However, if you still prefer quality over price, then go for trusted brands like Hurom, Omega Juicer, Kuvings, or Breville Juicer.

Over To You

If you reached this point, you should know by now what a slow juicer is, why is it better than high-speed juice extractors, and what to look for when buying the Best Cold Press Juicer.

Perhaps you’ve gone through the Top Seven Slow Juicers and already made your choice. I won’t make this conclusion long, so go ahead and get that juicer. Better yet, get the best one—Hurom h300.

Happy juicing!

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What is a Cold-Pressed Juice?

Juice extracted by any type of slow juicer can be classified as cold-pressed. The slow juice extraction process limits the oxidation and breakdown of nutrients. Thus, resulting in a bold tasting nutrient-dense juice.

How Long are Cold Pressed Juices Good For?

Cold-pressed juice has a shelf life of 3 days when prepared and stored properly. In comparison, juice extracted by centrifugal juicers normally last for 24 hours.

Are Cold Press Juicers Better than Traditional Juice Extractors?

Yes, cold press juicers are way way better than centrifugal juicers. Both have their own pros and cons, but the bottom line is cold-pressed juice retains more nutrients, on top of that, it has a longer shelf life.

What is the Best Cold Press Juicer?

This year the Best Cold Press Juicer Award goes to Hurom h300. Apart from being highly functional, it’s super easy to clean. It’s perfect for making celery juice, green juices or any recipe that you can find on the web. Learn more…

What is the best slow juicer?

The best juicer overall, and the best slow juicer of the year is no other than Hurom h300. Despite being a cold press juicer, its chute is twice as big as top of the line centrifugal juice extractors. This feat means that you can skip the tedious task of dicing your fruits and veggies.

New Rich Superfruits: 100% Direct Juice


The name of the new line of Rich juices – Superfruits – refers to the popular concept of “superfood” – this is how experts call products that contain nutrients in high concentration. At the moment there are three products in the Rich Superfruits line – Orange-Acerola; Raspberry-Blackberry-Asai; Apple-Kiwi-Spinach – and each has its own superfruit.

The first drink contains orange juice and acerola – Barbados cherry puree. It contains up to 30 times more vitamin C than an orange.

Berry puree includes raspberry, blackberry, chokeberry, blueberry and acai puree, as well as grape and apple juices. Acai berries are known to be a natural source of antioxidants – there are more of them here than in almost all edible fruits on earth.And black chokeberry contains a rich natural complex of vitamins (P, C, E, K, B1, B2, B6, beta-carotene), as well as trace elements.

The latest addition contains apple, grape and lime juice, kiwi, spinach, baobab fruit puree and spirulina algae extract. The superfruit in this juice is spinach, which is high in vitamins A, C and E, as well as iron.

Direct spin

Unlike conventional reconstituted juices, Rich Superfruits are produced using the direct extraction method.This means that the juice does not go through the stage of water intake and return during the production cycle. This technology allows not only to better emphasize the taste of fruits, but also preserves many useful substances – vitamins and minerals.

Cold storage

New Rich Superfruits juices must be refrigerated – just like other fresh cold-stored products.This will allow for the longest possible preservation of all the nutrients contained in the juice.

Rich Superfruits are available in two volumes: a 0.9 liter bottle is intended for home or office use, and a small 0.3 liter bottle can be taken with you for a walk.

Cold Pressed Blender Cecotec Juice & Live 3000

More and more people are interested in the many benefits of cold pressed blenders as a healthy lifestyle has become known about their benefits.However, they are so expensive that they are inaccessible to almost everyone: the most famous ones from Hurom or Biochef exceed 300 euros.

Cecotec, a well-known Valencian brand that sells products through AliExpress Plaza, has launched the first line of cold-pressed blenders that cost half the price of other brands. We’ll share their benefits and how to find them cheaper on AliExpress.

Advantages of cold pressed blenders

Sure, you know what are the approximate differences between juicers and blenders, but few people know that there is a big difference between conventional blenders and cold pressed (also called cold press) blenders.The latter are the best because instead of crushing the ingredients to extract the juice, you press it without cutting it or raising its temperature, this has many benefits for your health:

  • Juices have a more silky and uniform consistency.
  • Juice does not stratify like in conventional blenders.
  • It retains its properties better, especially vitamin C.
  • Avoids oxidation for better flavor and color.

Analyzing cold-pressed Cecotec


We can now buy the first Cecotec cold press blenders from the official AliExpress store, which can be accessed by clicking here.We were pleasantly surprised by their good value for money, and such prices are available in few blenders. There are 3 different models, their specifications vary considerably, as you will see below.

Juice & Live 3000 Easyclean: the crown jewel

If you are looking for the best blender at a reasonable price, the new Juice & Live 3000 is your best bet. This is a cold-pressed 150W DC motor blender that extracts juice at 50 RPM for smooth, homogeneous juice without wasting nutrients.This motor is part of an upgrade to older Cecotec blenders as it is more efficient and performs well at low speeds.

Thanks to the XL channel, you can inject whole chunks, this will help us retain even more nutrients and properties in our formulations, it will also save us time, we will no longer have to pre-cut or prepare our ingredients. It has 3 positions: stopped, on and reverse, the latter mode allows you to mix smoothies and helps unlock.

These blenders can be quite noisy, reaching 95dB in use, but the new Juice & Live 3000 is quieter at just 75dB. Best of all, it can be cleaned very easily with just a glass of water. Your EasyClean filter without stainless steel is also easy to clean under the tap. In addition, the drum and jugs are made from an environmentally friendly BPA-free, tritan-free material.

This is the perfect blender for making smoothies, smoothies, juices, vegetable drinks and even frozen fruit ice creams.The blender is equipped with a safety system so that it only works if everything is correctly assembled, as well as a drip-proof lid to prevent splashing and facilitate mixing. Together with the blender, we get a pulp jug, another for juice, a cleaning brush and a pusher for easier handling of hard pieces. You can find it at this link.

Cecotec Cecojuicer and Cecojuicer Pro: cold pressed mid-range

For those of you on a budget, Cecotec has other older blenders that can be customized to suit your needs.Cecotec Cecojuicer Pro shares some common features with Juice & Live: XL channel for whole pieces, BPA-free jugs, safety lock, drip catcher, 2 jugs, pusher …

Its motor is powerful, with a power of 250 watts to handle all kinds of ingredients; fruits, vegetables, nuts, frozen fruits … Its slow extraction at 45 rpm retains the nutrients and all the flavor, but also helps the blender be quieter than the new Juice & Live: it runs at 50 dB.

The main difference between Cecojuicer Pro and Juice & Live is their finish. For example, the filter is made of stainless steel and is more difficult to clean, the finish of the glass and other parts of the blender also makes us notice the difference in range with the previous filter.

As for the Cecojuicer, something cheaper, but no XL channel and only 150W motor. Solid ingredients and frozen fruits can be difficult to work with, so its functionality is limited to juices and smoothies.As you can see here, the price difference between Cecojuicer and its Pro version is very small, so it is better to choose your Pro version, although the new Juice and Live 3000 is undoubtedly the Queen of Cecotec coldpress blender.

How to buy Cecotec products at the best price on AliExpress

The Cecotec brand is known for selling its products over the Internet, and although some large physical stores in our country already sell their products, it is easier to find them on the Internet.He has an official store on AliExpress Plaza which you can visit from this link. In it you can find all your home appliances at the best price, thanks to the discounts and temporary offers offered by this online sales platform, it is easier to save money.

And while our analysis of the best Cecotec blenders is without a doubt the Juice & Live 3000 is one of the best options, its improved and updated features make it a good buy that has nothing to envy of other cold-pressed blenders that cost double or triple.In our blog, we analyzed other interesting Cecotec devices, they are ideal as gifts or to improve your home, we recommend that you take a look.

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90,000 Thirst for new tastes

Get ready to fill your glasses with aromatic juices, invigorating lemonades and crystal clear water. Degrees outside the window tend to zero, as in our non-alcoholic selection, which is sure to dilute the winter holidays.

From fruits straight into a glass

Let the cold wind and rain and snow remain outside the window, in your glass there will be room only for sunny Spain.It is from this country that the drinks of the leading juice brand in Europe come to the shelves of Tabris supermarkets. Don Simon is directly squeezed juices. What does it mean? It’s simple: the fruits are plucked from the tree, the best ones are selected and washed, and then juice is squeezed out of each fruit, resulting in a package containing 100 percent juice.

It is for the production of such natural drinks that the manufacturing company “Garcia Carrion” has built a unique plant surrounded by millions of orange trees, where oranges are pressed within 24 hours from the moment of their collection.
1 liter of directly squeezed juice takes 3 kilograms of freshly picked fresh oranges.

No less popular apple juice is made according to the same principle: for the production of juices, ripe apples are taken, washed within 24 hours after harvesting, peeled, and the squeezing process is started.

Fragrant Spanish fruits and an efficient production process guarantee premium quality of these juices, because they retain all the useful properties. No preservatives, no sugar – nothing superfluous, just pure juice!

On the shelves of Tabris supermarkets you will find the entire palette of Don Simon juices: apple, grape, orange, tangerine, peach, tomato and many others.Such juices can be used both in pure form and as part of cocktails.

A glass of sparkling lemonade

Elegant glass bottles of delicate and brighter colors – the first thing that will attract your attention to the French lemonades “Efferve”. Only 11 flavors that will forever fall in love with this drink!

Efferwe lemonades are made on the basis of spring water, the source of which is in Alsace. In the production process, only natural ingredients are used: lemon extract, vitamin C and sugar from sugar beet – a rather scrupulous attitude towards nature as an assistant in the creation of these unique lemonades.The palette of flavors is diverse and consists of references to fruits from all over the world: Brazilian oranges, Sicilian lemons, apples from Normandy. The entire collection seems to be saturated with multifaceted fruit aromas and flavors.

The Efferve series of lemonades will become a real decoration of any holiday – from a wedding to the New Year or a birthday. It can be served both with rich meals and with light fruit snacks and desserts. A bottle of this lemonade will be an excellent accompaniment to a non-alcoholic evening.But it is also often added to various cocktails based on lighter and stronger drinks. In this case, before serving, be sure to cool the drink, so it will fully open.

For clean water

Everyone knows about the healing properties of clean water, as well as that it is a source of energy and strength for the human body. The harmony of nature, bottled in Aquil bottles, will just charge your body with the necessary useful minerals. The water from Lithuania “Aquil” has a very delicate and harmonious taste, and it also contains calcium, magnesium and potassium.

Aquil is a fusion of nature and the advanced Ultra Clean technologies. Thanks to the Ultra Clean technology, the purest water is safely extracted from an underground well, where the air is constantly filtered from dust and various particles. The technology also ensures the safety and cleanliness of the packaging into which the Aquil water gets. Each bottle is cleaned with a micro vacuum cleaner, which removes any dust or microparticles from the package before the water enters the bottle. In addition, sterile air is also blown through each stopper to remove dust and other microparticles that can contaminate the mineral water.As a result, you get guaranteed pure mineral water.

In “Tabris” you will find both the classic mineral still and carbonated water “Aquil”, and with the addition of ginger, lemon, lime, cucumber and red berries. We are confident that a bottle of Aquil will appear more frequently in your fridge.

Rating of foreign juices – Articles – Catalog of articles

Delicious, natural juices – this is what can become an excellent support for our health at any time of the year.But which of the natural juices produced abroad are the most useful? All this can be found in our rating, which includes the most popular global brands that have rightfully earned wide popularity among different categories of buyers.

Yoga Juices from Italy

Yoga Juice is the main product produced by a well-known Italian manufacturer in glass bottles or in tetrapak packaging of two hundred and fifty milliliters. For its production, mainly fruits grown in Italy are used, and each of them always undergoes strict control and careful selection.The drinks offered are really premium juices: they have decent quality, technologies used in the manufacture and an unsurpassed taste – all this is definitely worth trying and feeling all the great power of taste of natural fruits grown in ecologically clean conditions under the gentle southern sun. In this line there are a lot of types of juice – you can find quite familiar to us to completely exotic, so it will be quite easy to find the juice that will ideally suit you.The range of juices includes such types as:

  • apple;
  • multifruit;
  • blueberries;
  • grapefruit;
  • apricot;
  • pineapple.

Pasteurized, undergoing thorough heat treatment, they exclude the ingress of harmful substances into the body, and their benefits are very great.

Pago Juice

Pago Juice reveals its history back in 1888 in Austria. The idea of ​​preserving fresh fruits for their year-round consumption was embodied in “liquid fruits” – this is how their founders position the offered products.Throughout its history, this drink was produced in glass bottles, but its current form first appeared only towards the end of the last century. Unconditionally, there are many types of juices with a natural composition – the most popular ones are strawberry, strawberry, blueberry, pineapple and apricot. Their quality is monitored in the laboratory, subjecting them to all the necessary tests. The consumer will only have to enjoy a true and truly high-quality miracle juice, its purchase will be an excellent reason to raise the mood to a new level!

Malee juice

Try at least once natural premium quality Malee juices from Thailand and you will definitely feel the incomparable difference! 100% natural – and this is ensured by direct cold pressing without the addition of dyes, sugar-free with a high content of Malee vitamins – the real taste is just around the corner.The line of juices, in addition to natural types of juices, also has several rather well-known directions in an unconventional direction – coconut water, watermelon and tomato juice, pomegranate, orange, mango – it is even difficult to list how many types of them are offered by the Mali company from Thailand. They also differ in rather attractive prices and the possibility of wholesale delivery!

Don Simon Juice

One of the most popular trade brands in Spain is the Don Simon brand.

Juices are produced in the plant in Huelva, where modern equipment is installed. Don Simon’s freshly squeezed juice is a real guarantee of the use of the finest fruits, soundly harvested on the magnificent, sunny plantations of Spain. The fruits harvested here are pressed within 24 hours from the moment of selection, which greatly affects the quality of the juice produced. That is why Don Simon will offer customers an excellent, 100% natural freshly squeezed juice from the most selected fruits with their natural and completely natural taste.

A drink from a leading manufacturer, from wonderful fruits harvested on our own plantations, 100% aseptic packaging, which perfectly preserves vitamins, as well as 1 short-term pasteurization, the juice is squeezed out almost instantly. Its tastes are surprisingly diverse:

  • orange with pulp;
  • tangerine;
  • grape-apple-raspberry;
  • apple;
  • blueberry;
  • strawberry;
  • pomegranate;
  • strawberry;
  • watermelon and tomato.

All fruits are almost perfect, so you can always hope for perfect quality!

Italian juice “Derby Blue”

Derby Blue “- a popular line of amazing Italian juices, nectars and excellent juice drinks of the elite class. The line represents a wide range of drinks from various fruits and berries in various packaging – glass bottles, boxes or sachets Derby Blue juices are popular, being well-deserved sales leaders in many countries.This can be explained by the fact that the technologies for the production of Derby Blue drinks are reliably provided with the maximum preservation of the natural taste of most fruits, which are extremely rich in useful vitamins, as well as absorbing the energy of the wonderful southern sun.
One of the most popular is “Derby Blue” Orange – absolutely natural, 100% orange juice without the need for adding sugar, which retains absolutely the entire range of vitamins, essential minerals and all the necessary trace elements that are so rich in orange.The juice not only quenches thirst and refreshes, but also gives an invaluable charge of vivacity and maximum energy. The holding has been engaged in the efficient production of juices for over 30 years and has reliably gained a strong leadership position in this industry. This holding includes more than 18,000 Italian agricultural producers, the best in their field. In addition to exceptionally pleasant fruit juices and natural nectars, the holding produces fruit in syrup, tomato products, and canned vegetables. A well-thought-out strategy, affordable cost and a lot of fun – all this is Derby Blue juice!

Compal Portuguese juice

The unique Portuguese Compal juices produced in the Algarve are 100% fresh, unique taste and benefit for everyone.They are carefully processed in special laboratories, and they are bottled in different containers, such as glass and tetrapak packages. The number of varieties on offer is completely unlimited – these are orange, strawberry, strawberry and watermelon juices – upon arrival in Portugal, you should definitely try their great tastes, because the price for them is quite reasonable!

Joker Le Fruit juices from France – an excellent combination of taste and quality!

The Joker line of natural juices from France are natural juices offered by a popular French manufacturer.It has an interesting round tetrapack packaging – thanks to such non-standard packaging, you can not spill the juice, but pour it twice as pleasant. Also, the concern offers its customers orange and grape juices – the combination of taste and excellent packaging will appeal to the most avid gourmets, its cost is quite high compared to juice-containing counterparts, but it is undoubtedly worth it!

Advantages of purchasing juices in our company

We offer you a wide range of natural juices from the largest manufacturers that manufacture and sell natural products! You can contact us almost around the clock using:

  • contact form by e-mail;
  • fill out the relevant application;
  • Apply online.

We always guarantee you exceptional quality, reasonable cost and excellent quality, because in our activities we rely on the complete absence of intermediaries in the implementation of our obligations to consumers!

How an Astana resident produces natural smoothies and arranges exports to Russia

Salim Nagym is an entrepreneur from Astana, founder of the Kazakhstani juice brand Vital Smoothies. It would seem that it is very difficult to find a niche in the oversaturated drinks market, but Salim succeeded – in just two years, the people of Kazakhstan fell in love with Vital Smoothies fruit and berry juices and began to displace imported fresh juices from supermarket shelves.And by next year, Salim plans to establish exports to Russia and increase sales at least twice.

Salim, to begin with, tell us how you came up with the idea of ​​producing natural juices? What have you been doing before?

This idea came to my wife and I when we were in England. She graduated from the University of Bristol and the London School of Economics and Political Science, and I graduated from City University of London with a degree in Oil and Gas Finance and Trade.After graduation in 2011, we returned to Kazakhstan, and for several years I worked in my specialty. However, already in 2014, there was a sharp drop in oil prices, projects began to progress at a slow pace, and I started thinking about additional business. Then it turned out that my wife and I decided to go to England, visit the cities where we studied. We arrived in London, took tickets to Cambridge, and before getting on the train, bought ourselves a smoothie at the station. Already on the train, we asked ourselves a question – why don’t we produce such natural juices in Kazakhstan? Returning to Astana, we began to study this business, production technology, the cost of equipment and fruits, and, gradually moving in this direction, we began to implement the idea.To be honest, the more we learned about this business, the more doubts we got. But we thought that since this product is so popular in Europe, sooner or later it will come to Kazakhstan. And we will solve all the difficulties as they arise.

Did you have the start-up capital for the project?

We took advantage of the state program from the Damu fund and received a loan at a low interest rate. With this money, equipment for production was brought from Israel and Austria.In parallel, we agreed with supermarkets in Astana on the supply of our products.

Where is your production located?

We have opened a production facility in Astana. Many, hearing this, are surprised and ask why not in Almaty, because the raw materials are cheaper there. In fact, this is not entirely true, because the main raw material for our juices is an apple. On the market there are apples of different varieties and different producing countries (Kazakhstan, China, Uzbekistan, Poland and others). In the production of our juices, we mainly use apples from Poland, because they give more juice and, in general, taste better.They are more expensive than others, but when you count the amount of juice per kilogram of apple, it turns out that expensive apples from Eastern Europe are more profitable to buy than cheap local counterparts.

Do you also buy other fruits and berries from suppliers?

Vital Smoothies contain about 15 fruits, berries and vegetables, at different times of the year we purchase raw materials from different suppliers. We also buy fruits and vegetables from Kazakhstani producers.

Were there any difficulties with starting production?

At the stage of production planning, we did not have experience and knowledge in this area, and there was no one even to consult with, because there is no similar production in Kazakhstan and the CIS.All information had to be obtained from open sources and from European equipment manufacturers. 2015-2017 were difficult years for the economy of Kazakhstan, the exchange rate of the national currency fell by more than two times, and there was strong inflation. This also affected our business – we received a loan in tenge, and bought equipment in euros. As a result, it cost twice as much. High inflation also disrupted all our plans for the cost of fruits, berries and vegetables, so we got expensive end products.

Salim, now supermarkets offer a huge amount of juices and drinks from various manufacturers. What is the advantage of your products?

Our Vital Smoothies product is unique in that, unlike fresh juices, it is obtained by cold pressing fresh fruits, berries and vegetables, and pasteurized using a special technology. This allows you to neutralize microbes that cause fermentation processes and are dangerous to human health. We do not add any flavors, water or sugar.Thus, Vital Smoothies juices preserve all vitamins useful for human health, the natural taste and color of fruits, berries and vegetables. The shelf life of the product is 15 days, and this is achieved through pressing and pasteurization, and not through preservatives, as many skeptics think.

To date, there are no similar products that could compete directly with us on the Kazakhstan market. Freshly squeezed juices form indirect competition, but they cannot go to mass production and sale through supermarkets because of the shelf life (only 3 days), and this affects their price.

Is it because fresh juices are better in terms of their beneficial properties?

When we come to new points of sale to talk about cooperation, we often face disputes that freshly squeezed juices are much healthier than our products. But we would like to note that before starting this production, studying the technology, we made amazing discoveries for ourselves. One of them was that freshly squeezed juices must be consumed within a few hours after pressing, because after this period microorganisms that are dangerous to health develop there, and the fermentation process begins.And after pressing, we immediately pasteurize the juices using a special technology, and thus neutralize microorganisms dangerous to the body. In Europe and America, you will not see freshly squeezed juices on sale in bottles with a shelf life of three days, but in our country this is still happening.

We also learned that when juices are obtained through conventional centrifugal juicers, the rotating elements heat up during operation and, in contact with the juice, heat it up, resulting in the formation of carcinogens.Therefore, in developed countries, juices obtained by cold pressing are now very much appreciated.

What juice flavors do you offer?

We have berry, fruit, fruit and vegetable, fruit and berry juices. There are seven flavors in total:

– Strawberry, banana, apple, orange
– Pineapple, pear, apple
– Carrot
– Berry
– Avocado, cucumber, apple, banana, pear
– Orange, kiwi, pumpkin, apple
– Compote

The most popular is “Berry” smoothie, which contains strawberries, grapes, blackberries, black currants, lime, banana and apple.In fact, the choice of taste is a big question for us. Every time before we launch a production of a new flavor, the team and I discuss what will be in greatest demand. And then the debate begins (laughs).

In which stores can you see your juices?

We sell our products in Astana, Almaty and Karaganda, and not only through supermarkets and shops, but also through bars, fitness centers, spas. In Astana, Vital Smoothies can be found in almost all A-class supermarkets.We started entering the Almaty market only in August 2017 and now we sell our products in 13 large outlets – Interfood supermarkets, Ramstore, Galmart, Colibri, as well as in the bar of Almaty airport. Also, in all three cities, we deliver our juices to your home / office when you order at least 10 bottles.

Can you indicate the volume of sales today?

In Astana we sell approximately 3000 bottles per month. They started to enter the Almaty market quite recently, so for now we sell 1200 bottles per month.It should be borne in mind that the population of Almaty is 2-2.5 times more than in Astana. So there is still significant potential for growth in Almaty.

How much does a bottle of juice cost and how big is it?

In supermarkets, our products are sold at a price of 900-980 tenge, depending on the markup of the store. We are currently selling our smoothies in 330 ml bottles, but we plan to release a 250 ml bottle in the near future, and then a 500 ml bottle.

You have won a $ 30,000 grant from Saby Foundation.What will these funds be used for?

To the received grant, we plan to add our own funds – $ 20,000, and purchase additional equipment that will allow us to increase production volume, make juices thicker and reduce production losses. I would like to thank the Saby Foundation for their support and trust. This grant will help us take a huge step in the development of production. I hope that soon all Kazakhstanis will know about our product.

Are you planning to export the product?

Until next year, we plan to sell smoothies in all large supermarkets in the city of Almaty, and we plan to enter the Russian market, in the cities of Yekaterinburg, Novosibirsk and Chelyabinsk. The population in these megalopolises ranges from 1.5 to 2 million people, and according to unofficial data, it is much higher. Distances from Astana to these cities and logistics costs are about the same as to Almaty. Thus, the sale of our products in the cities of Russia will make it possible to increase sales volumes at least twice! These are our main plans for the coming year.

Points of sale Vital Smoothies in Almaty:

Stolichny on Abylai Khan
Yubileiny on Gogol
Galmart in Dostyk Plaza
Ramstor in Mega Alma-Ata 9000 Ramstore “in md. Samal
Macrocenter at Mega Alma-Ata 2
Ramstor at Mega Park at Seifullina
Interfood at Villa dei Fiori
Interfood at City Center at Tole bi
Interfood at Gogol
Interfood at Lenina (corner of Khadzhimukan)
Colibri Gastromarketpa
Almaty Airport Bar (in the international departures hall)

Vital Smoothies sales points in Astana:

Galmart in Keruen SEC
Galmart in Keruen City SEC
Interfood in Highvill
Interfood RC in SEC “Khan Shatyr”
“Astana World of Vkusa” on the street.Kenesary
“Astana World of Vkusa” on Mangilik El avenue
“Astana World of Vkusa” on the street Seifullin
“Master House” on the street. Abylai Khan
“Ramstore” in the MEGA Silk Way SEC
“Ramstor” in the microdistrict. Samal
“Alma” in BC Moscow and SEC “Asia Park”
“ExpoMarket” on Prospect Mangilik El
Coffee house “La Tartine” in the SEC Keruen City, Nazarbayev University and ForteBank
Coffee house “Creperie De Paris” at the airport in Astana

90,000 Find 10 differences: Juice juicer and centrifugal juicer

Show us a person who has never heard of the benefits of fresh juices .In what advantages it is measured is a question of a different order and, most likely, few will tell about them. Even fewer people admit that it is for these reasons that they prepare their own juice. And the more juicer manufacturers emerge with their hitting, but often taken for granted, marketing benefits, the more confusing this understanding becomes. To get to the bottom of the truth and test in practice the tangible difference between juice from a universal centrifugal and auger juicers, we were helped by an experiment with the support of the official distributor of the HUROM brand in Belarus.


First, let’s define how to get the most healthy freshly squeezed juice and how to drink it correctly so as not to harm the body.

1. You can drink an average of per day, no more than three glasses of . No need to be fooled: a large amount drunk does not guarantee a pronounced effect to anyone. Juices by themselves do not cure, but are only complementary therapy. And here, as in many things, you also need to know when to stop.

2. Drinking fresh juices is best separately from food . Optimally – between meals, half an hour before or after the main meal. This is especially true of fruit juices, which can activate the fermentation processes in the stomach.

3. If there is a need to dilute the juice, use mineral water . Otherwise, boil plain water well. For better assimilation, some juices are best drunk in a mixture with other products: carrot juice – with milk or cream, tomato juice – with a few drops of vegetable oil.

4. Juice prepared in a centrifugal juicer should be drunk no later than 15 minutes after preparation , otherwise it will lose all its beneficial properties from contact with air. An exception is beet juice, which must be left to stand for 2-3 hours due to the high content of oxalic acid and purine substances.

5. Do not forget to rinse your mouth after drinking sour fresh juices. Fruit acids can corrode enamel, and young children are at greatest risk in this regard.Before giving juice to children, it is better, in principle, to consult a pediatrician in advance.

6. Do not ignore allergic reactions and other illnesses. Different juices have different effects on the body and individual organs. For chronic illnesses, it is better to study the recommendations or consult with your doctor in advance.


You will be surprised, but the principle of operation is not the only competitive difference between modern juicers. Whether vegetables and fruits are chopped with a knife in a centrifuge or compressed with a screw depends on how much of the nutrients will end up in your glass.

Centrifugal Juicers: A rotating chopping knife at a speed of about 3600 rpm shreds ingredients inside the centrifuge. Under the influence of centrifugal forces, juice begins to be extracted from them, pressing against the walls and settling with the cake on the filter. The juice passes through it, and the cake, in turn, is delayed.

Auger juicers: They use the principle of cold pressing and pressing. The ingredients are sandwiched between low-speed rotating augers – a kind of press – and the juice is squeezed out.

screw juicer Hurom

The aforementioned cold pressing gives screw juicers an undeniable advantage – the ingredients do not heat up during the juice squeezing process, which means that the enzymes most important for the human body are not destroyed. Elements needed to improve digestion and immune function help convert nutrients into needed energy. And, alas, they are destroyed at temperatures above 40 ° C. To operate a centrifugal juicer, high speeds are needed, due to which the apparatus inevitably heats up, and the juice obtained in it loses vitamins and microelements.

The second stumbling block is oxidation . High speed juicers produce a lot of air flow. As a result, the cells of the starting products are damaged, which directly affects the nutritional value of the resulting juice. In augers, the contact with oxygen is minimal and pressing does not damage vegetables, fruits and greens at the cellular level. The life of the juice increases and the principle of “15 minutes” after preparation can be extended even by half a day.

And, finally, not every centrifugal juicer is “in the teeth” grass and nuts .Our experiment clearly showed that the auger coped with parsley and cilantro much better, squeezed the maximum out of the minimum. The centrifuge only “spat” the grass cake and barely squeezed out a couple of drops of both greens.

What about nuts? According to experts, only the auger makes it possible to cook on your own even such vegan delights as almond milk.


Actually, an experiment. We put it on the most abundant products in the autumn and winter season (carrots, apples, pumpkin, tomatoes …), a small amount of greens and grapefruits.The experiments involved centrifugal juicer BRAUN and screw HUROM .


centrifugal juicer

screw juicer Hurom

Under the loud buzz of a centrifugal and measured, muffled, in a sense philosophical, buzz of the screw apparatus, we prepared three juices:

Juice No. 1. Celery + apple + grapefruit.

Juice No. 2. Carrot + Pepper + Cucumber + Parsley.

Juice No. 3. Pumpkin + tomato + cilantro.

The first difference was easy to determine by eye: the juice from the centrifuge disintegrated into fractions. Moreover, both in the process of pressing, and after we have mixed it and allowed it to settle.

juicing in a centrifugal juicer

juice with grapefruit (No. 1): on the left – from a screw juicer, on the right – from a centrifugal juicer

vegetable juice No. 2: on the left – from a centrifugal juicer, on the right – from a screw juicer

Juicing in a screw juicer

cake after juicing in a screw juicer

Immediately mixed freshly squeezed juice from an auger juicer remained firm until tasting, pleasing the eye with its uniform consistency and uniform color, without falling apart into all the colors of the rainbow – according to the color of each of the ingredients.

vegetable juice No. 3 after mixing and settling: on the left – centrifuge juicer, on the right – screw juicer

The screw juicer proved to be excellent not only when squeezing the aforementioned greens, but all vegetables and fruits in general, pressing us a little more juice in all three recipes with an equal amount of starting products. Products with a high juice content (grapefruit and cucumber, for example) squeezed perfectly to a super-liquid state in BRAUN, but HUROM produced a dense mixture with small particles of pulp.

cucumber juice in a centrifugal juicer


Natalia, 35 years old. The frequency of consumption of freshly squeezed juices directly depends on the number of warm days in Minsk and the frequency of going to cafes or restaurants. At home he does not squeeze juice at all. More often than others, he drinks juice from carrots or citrus fruits.

“Well, in terms of color and consistency, an unconditional victory over the juices from the Hurom juicer. With them, you don’t even need to tune in to the experiment.Because yes, the combination “carrot-pepper-cucumber-parsley” is only for strong-minded tasters 🙂 After all, without exception, the juices from the centrifuge apparatus looked far from appetizing.

Tastes a bit complicated. Everything is clear in juice with grapefruit: citrus and apple shades play the first violin, and here it is only a matter of consistency. I personally favor a thinner fruit juice, so that as much as possible without a hint of pulp. But with vegetable drinks, in my opinion and attitude, the screw juicer won.First, she squeezed the greens better. And the parsley and cilantro, in turn, gave the juices all the best they had. Therefore, the second and third juices had a rich taste. What is important for me, because I don’t eat pumpkin, and tomato and cilantro perfectly interrupted its taste. And the “liquid salad” of cucumber, pepper and carrots turned out to be not at all nasty, as one might suppose. He just needs to add some peppercorns … “

juice No. 1 from a screw juicer

Anastasia, 38 years old. Owner of a centrifugal juicer, which she uses every two weeks. Prefers vegetable juices. Considers himself a passive supporter of healthy lifestyle.

“The experiment, of course, is good. But there are unmistakable juices for pleasure, and in our case it is more of a pure healthy lifestyle.

I must say right away – in the old juicer the juices were more watery and in two cases even tastier. Juices in the Hurom juicer are more like puree, or rather juices with good pulp.I especially liked how the greens are wrung out. But in general, which product you put in a larger quantity, that one is clearer and is felt later in the juice.

In the first combination (celery-apple-grapefruit) I liked the juice from the old machine less. Compared to juice from “Hurom” – water, and in layers. In the rest, each juice was self-sufficient. In the “carrot-pepper-cucumber-parsley” recipe, the one that is more watery (centrifugal juicer) turned out to be much tastier. Perhaps this combination of foods requires more liquid than puree.

But! It is better not to experiment with recipes, press proven mixes 🙂 »

Alexander, 31 years old . She often prepares freshly squeezed juice at home. It belongs to packaged juices … in no way. Prefers fruit combinations.

“All the juices are watery, but this is due to the fruits / vegetables from which we squeezed the juice. Due to the type of pressing, as it turned out, some juices differ both in taste and consistency, if we compare two types of pressing at the same time.I don’t think the difference in taste would be obvious without making such comparisons.

Those juices that were squeezed out in a centrifugal juicer are more watery in appearance, and those that are on a screw are more like juice with pulp. “Centrifugal” juice, especially after “settling”, immediately gave “shrinkage”: water from below, foam from above. This was not the case with the “auger” juice.

The first “mix from the bartender” was celery, green apple and grapefruit. The taste is strongly pronounced celery and gray.You can drink this in the morning. The juice invigorates due to the presence of citrus.

What happened next, I would call “hodgepodge juice” – everything that grew in the garden went to the “crush”. Surprisingly, something even squeezed out of the parsley, and in the form of juice. Juice “carrot-pepper-cucumber-parsley” I would take into veganism: I drank it – vegan, I didn’t drink it, – go get ready.

And if you don’t know what to take with a barbecue snack, take the juice from pumpkin, tomato and cilantro! Remember to add salt and pepper to taste.Indeed, the mix turned out to be very interesting and well suited for meat. ”

juice No. 3: on the left – a screw juicer, on the right – centrifugal juicer

90,000 WoSuja Juice to Debut Probiotic Vinegars at Whole Foods

The Greasy Ready-to-Drink Vinegars, which debut in September at Whole Foods ($ 2.99), combine water, apple cider vinegar, cold-pressed fruits / vegetables, stevia, and a range of modern balsamic vinegar ingredients Coconut nectar, general director and co-founder Jeff Church told FoodNavigator-USA.

Far fewer calories than cold-pressed juice (each 13.5 oz bottle contains 3-6 grams of sugar and 20-30 calories), they follow the successful launch of Suja Probiotic Waters at Target and join a growing number of new Products that use Ganeden’s ultra-elastic BC30 vegan probiotic, which is said to support digestive and immune health.

Suja tested 19 different new beverage concepts with millennial consumers, including drinking soups, before settling on drinking vinegars that “came out on top,” he said.

“Apple cider vinegar can taste quite pungent on its own, but [Chief Innovation Officer] Brian Riblett – a Culinary Institute of America-trained chef – matched it with some cold-pressed juices and other ingredients to get the right balance … between being punishing and not having the vinegar tasting. ”

Instead of adding maple syrup – which is commonly added to apple cider vinegar by kebab companies – Suja wanted to cut calories, so he uses stevia instead.

So the super tart flavor of flavorful apple cider vinegar is balanced, he said, but it still has some benefits, he said: “Our main consumers are millennials and they are very adventurous.”

Retailers, in turn, are doing spring cleaning when it comes to juice set and making room for more functional drinks like this one, he said: “A lot of little guys are picking up because retailers admit they are not on the shelf. there must be eight different brands of premium quality cold-pressed juices, so they are combined into one or two. “

“Our sales across all measured channels have increased 80% over the last 52 weeks over the previous year.”

Jeff Church, Co-founder and CEO of Suja Juice

According to Church, four Suja squeezed probiotic waters, which also contain Ganeden BC30 strain, debuted at Target in February and are already among its top six scouts performing there [out of 15], Church says, who is now making room for them. on the shelves in other stores.the six-month exclusive period ends with a goal.

“Our growth across all measured channels in the last 52 weeks is 80%, so we are growing very strongly.”

While Suja has shown good speed on existing accounts, some growth has also come from the acquisition of around 3,000 new distribution points after joining the chilled Odwalla dropshipping system (following the deal that made Coca-Cola a minority shareholder in Suja) .last year), the church said.

“From college campuses to hospitals and corporate cafes, this is just the beginning. We will also be launching new multipacks in Costco, Canada next month. ”

The company’s new plant in Oceanside, California, will also be operational in August, he said. “We have great technology that can keep our cost structure really low, because if we want to democratize organics, we have to be as efficient as possible to make our products available to people at an affordable price.”

Much has been done about the hefty $ 8.99 price tag originally attributed to Suja products, which are made by cold pressing fresh organic fruits and vegetables, bottling the juice and then pasteurizing it with a HPP, which involves placing the bottles in a high pressure chamber. which is filled with cold water and is under pressure (thus, the nickname “cold pressure”).

However, the introduction of tiered pricing architecture has changed the notion that cold-pressure juice is only for wealthy hipsters, as 16-ounce Suja Classic bottles now sell for $ 7.99.; the baseline Suja 12oz (formerly called “Suja Essentials”), launched in 2014 at $ 3.99; flooded waters launched at Target in February 2016 for $ 2.99; and new drinking vinegars, starting with Whole Foods in September, for $ 2.99.

Drinking vinegars drive demand for bolder, more adventurous, tart flavor profiles that are driving the growth of brands such as Cide Road (switchel) and Pok Pok Som (drinking vinegars in concentrate and ready-to-drink formats) …as in the photo above).

While some people are willing to pay the best part of $ 10 for a bottle of premium juice, most of Suja’s sales now come from cheaper products, Church admitted at a conference last year, “We’re not going to win the day with a bottle of juice for $ 8. “.

Suja has also created exclusive products for selected retailers and has worked hard to forge partnerships with key customers to go “beyond the buyer-seller relationship,” said Church, who noted that when Suja started out, two competitors were using HPP. whereas today it is de-rigeur in the cold pressing category for everyone who wants to get into the leading retail chains.

However, according to Church, barriers to entry are still very high for companies in the HPP space, which are transforming from local / regional players to national brands. “It is difficult for the little guys to scale as there is no established network of ultra-premium juices, so you have to do it yourself, which is very expensive.

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