Cold Pressed Juice FAQs

What is Cold pressed Juice?

The juice produced by a cold pressed juicer (aka Masticating Juicer) is called Cold Pressed Juice. These juicers operate at a speed of 45 cycles per minute and use pressing/squeezing mechanism to produce juice. Traditional juicers use high-speed blades that rotate at 2000+ cycles per minute and separate pulp from juice which produces heat and causes important nutrient and enzyme loss.

How long will the juice last?

Cold Pressed Juices may last between 3-5 days or sometimes more. However, after day 1 the juices lose about 40% of their nutrition value. Having said that the juice made with fast juicers are produced with fewer nutrients and lose about 40% of nutrition value within the first hour. We recommend getting your juices as fresh as possible.

Benefits of Cold Pressed Juice?

a. Traditional juicers are designed to separate the water content of the fruits and vegetables. Hence you don't get all the nutrients. As cold-pressed juices are extracted by pressing the fruits and vegetables, you get the most out of the produce.
b. It takes more than a kilo of fruits and vegetables to produce a 500ml Cold-Pressed Juice. Imagine eating that quantity raw?
c. We recommend making it a daily habit to take care of your nutrition needs either by doing it at home or in our shop.
d. Cold Pressed Juices are the easiest way to get your daily fruits and vegetables serves if you have a busy lifestyle. Please read our article about Cold Pressed Juices to know more.

What is the best way to consume fruits and vegetables?

This question may sound a bit out of context but we do get asked. The answer is very simple. The best way to consume is by eating them raw. Some vegetables are best when steamed. However, if you are too busy to chew them raw then the next best way is to juice them using a masticating juicer. No time to juice yourself, then visit us in-store and we will take care oonyou.

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