Learn more about juicing and juicers
These juicers can take most anything you throw at them, yielding the most juice from your fruits and veggies.
Crush and Squeeze with Masticating Juicers
While centrifugal juicers can get a good amount of juice out of most fruits and vegetables, you'll need a masticating juicer
to juice softer ingredients like leafy greens, herbs, and wheatgrass. Masticating juicers work by crushing and squeezing ingredients with a screw, known as an auger, instead of shredding and spinning with a grating disk, like centrifugal juicers. This method of extracting juice keeps more nutrients and fiber in the juice and also yields more juice. Masticating juicers can either have a single auger
or a dual auger
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Shred and Spin with Centrifugal Juicers
Centrifugal juicers are the most popular juicers on the market, and with good reason; their proven design can juice almost any fruit or vegetable you can put in it. These machines grate the fruit and vegetables and then, like a tiny countertop tilt-a-whirl, spin the juice out. Find the centrifugal juicer
for your next juice spin.
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Orange You Glad You've Got Fresh Juice?
Some people just like a fresh glass of orange or grapefruit juice in the morning. These juicers take the elbow work out of squeezing every last drop of goodness from your favorite citrus fruit. Enjoy the freshest lemonade any time of year with a handy citrus juicer
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