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Have you decided to kick start a healthier lifestyle, and want to get more fruit and veg into your everyday diet? Making your own juices and smoothies is an easy way to get the benefits of fresh produce.



These machines pulverise ingredients against quick spinning blades, creating a centrifugal force inside a strainer, separating juice from pulp.

Pros: Affordable, easy to use and has a large chute for whole ingredients.

Cons: Lower juice yield and enzyme content compared to cold press juicers; juice separation and foam.


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