To choose a juice maker machine, consider whether a commercial or non-commercial juicer is better for your needs, look for long warranties and check out recommended brands. There are several models to choose from.
- Opt for a commercial or non-commercial juice maker
Decide whether a commercial or non-commercial machine best suits your needs. Non-commercial models are fine for personal use, whereas commercial models are necessary if you want to sell juice.
- Narrow down your juicer options
Narrow down your juicer options according to the accessories you want. Consider whether you need long spouts or other special attachments.
- Further refine your choices according to juicer speed
Look for juicers with a slow speed. Although high-speed juicers get the job done quicker, they add oxygen and heat to the juice, which destroys some of the nutrients. A lower speed results in more nutritious juice.
- Find a suitable warranty
To protect yourself in the event that your juicer breaks, aim for a juicer with a long warranty. Good juicers come with warranties of 10 years or more that cover the juicer's parts as well as the machine.
- Check out consumer reviews
Use websites such as Consumer Reports before investing in a juicer. Checking out consumer reviews allows you to determine whether the model you want is suitable.