Buying a cheap juicer may work out more expensive in the long run as they can give lower juice yields and the motors tend to wear out quicker meaning you have to buy another one. However I know a number of people with cheap juicers who are perfectly happy with them.
With summer just around the corner most of us are turning our thoughts to getting healthy and shedding those extra pounds so we can fit into last years bathing suit. One of the healthier alternatives is juicing, which means an increase of juicer sales. Working with retailers for over fifteen years, I am often asked the same questions about juicers. So I offer this abbreviated guide to juicer buying that will help make the sale less painful by being better informed and in the long term keep your customer happy.
Commercial juicers are designed especially to handle the high-volume demands of a health-conscious population clamoring for antioxidant-rich cancer-fighting eyesight-improving hair-and-skin-rejuvenating juices, especially vegetable juices, that improve health and beauty.
With so many juicers on the market today it can be hard to know where to start when you decide to buy a juicer. If you are not sure what to look for when buying a juicer then see our juicer articles on the right hand side such as juicer reviews .
Think of juice as a food, giving you easily absorbable carbohydrate, vitamins, enzymes and minerals; so, like food, consume daily.