How to Make Cold-Pressed Orange Juice or Pomegranate Juice

Follow these 6 steps to make cold-pressed orange juice or pomegranate juice using the Goodnature X-1: Wash fruit in cold water with your produce wash of choice, let air dry. Cut each piece of fruit in half. Do not grind. Prepare your press by opening it just enough that 1-2 pieces of fruit will fit…

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Goodnature 40-Year Anniversary Video

My father started Goodnature in 1976 building cider presses in his barn. He never thought it would grow into the world’s largest manufacturer of commercial cold-press juice equipment. The three children: Eric, Paige, and myself are so proud to be a part of this business, and watching this video makes me realize how proud my…

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Understanding shelf life of cold pressed juice

Understanding Shelf Life of Cold-Pressed Juice

When speaking to clients, we get a lot of questions about shelf life. We try not to give a definite answer because the truth is it depends on a lot of factors and it’s very complicated.  In this post I will attempt to explain the basics of what affects shelf life in raw cold-pressed juice. [Disclaimer:…

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Cold-Pressed Juice Bar Kitchen Layout and Equipment List

How to Design a Commercial Juicing Kitchen: One of the most common questions we get from people starting a juice business is how to set up a kitchen for cold-pressed juice. We decided to put together an infographic that shows a simple kitchen setup, equipment list, and flow diagram for a cold-pressed juice kitchen: Kitchen Flow…

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Jamba Juice Opens Cold-Press Focused Juice Innovation Bar

This is a Jamba Juice?? The new Juice Innovation Bar in Pasadena is of the Jamba Juice brand, but nothing about it feels like a classic Jamba Juice. The space is wide open with high ceilings, and has a huge wrap-around bar where you can sit while you enjoy your juice flights, cold-pressed smoothies, quinoa…

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New Countertop CT7 Cold-Press Juicer Videos

Our customers have been demanding videos for our new Goodnature CT7 commercial cold press juicer for a while now, and we finally have them! We put together four videos that we feel will be educational about not only the product, but about commercial juicing in general. You can find the four professional juicing videos we put together…

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Cold-Pressed VS Centrifugal Juice – Part 2: Nutrient Shelf Life

Experiment planned and executed by Ari Sexner, juice business consultant. Introduction In the first part of this series, Cold-Pressed VS Centrifugal – Part 1: Real Nutritional Data, we tested the nutrient content of juice made on both a centrifuge and a cold-press and found that the cold-pressed juice contained about 15% higher nutrient content. For Part…

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Jugofresh and Whole Foods Launch New Mixed-to-Order Cold-Press Concept

Finally, something fresh If you walk into any Jugofresh or Whole Foods Market in Miami you are likely to see something new. There’s a bar – like the kind that serves alcohol – and the mixologist is doing her thing shaking up colorful drinks and serving them, but instead of using alcohol she’s mixing up cold-pressed…

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Goodnature and Pomeroy Merger Announcement

Some insight into our companies Historically, Goodnature Products, Inc., founded by Dale Wettlaufer,  had been known for engineering, designing, and manufacturing large cold-pressed juice equipment for national and global size companies since the 1970’s. When cold-pressed green juice and juice cleanses started to gain a lot of traction in 2011 and 2012 we began receiving…

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Cold-Pressed VS Centrifugal Juice – Part 1: Real Nutritional Data

Written by juice business consultant Ari Sexner (contact here), and Charlie Wettlaufer, CEO. Parts 2 and 3 of this series will include shelf life and yield testing. Introduction I have found it difficult sometimes to explain the health benefits of using a cold-press juicer over a centrifugal juicer without any hard evidence. Truth be told,…

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